Title: 7 Home Craftsman magazines 1955-1957
Oct. Dec. 1955; Feb., Apr. June 1956; Dec. 1956 Silver Anniversary Issue Feb. 1957
Publication Information: Published Bi-Monthly by the Home Craftsman Publishing Corp., New York, NY.
Additional Information: Issues have from 74 to 82 pages. Illustrated with drawing and photos. Lots of ads.
Summary: Below is a list of the departments in the issues with a sampling of what’s in each department. Each department has many articles on all types of items in that area.
Things to Make: Lathe-Turned Bowl; Gate-Leg table; Modern End Table; Mail Holder; Wooden-Hamper Style Cookie Jar; Serving Tray; Entertainment Center; Eli Terry Pillar Scroll Mantel Clock; Storage Rack for Garment Bags; Bedside Chest has built-in breakfast table; Tackle Box is good seller; Constructing a Chippendale Mirror Frame; Early American Pilgrim Cradle; Drop-Leaf Extension Dining Table; Early American Woodenware: bowl/cup/utensil tray; Built-in Bookshelves; Make your own Guitar; Antique New England Pembroke Table; Novel Serving Tray with Crisscross Inlays; Small built-in Shadow Box; Desk-Bookshelf-Cabinet-File Unit Study Center; Folding Tray-Tables; Hanging cupboard with Glazed doors; Modern Cabinet for Spices Herbs; Cupboard and Track Board for Electric Trains; One evening projects and more.
Workshop Hints and Methods: Secrets of Repairing Old Clocks; Grit Cleans Deposits from Bottles; Simply-Made Picture Frame Jig; Grinding wheel smoothes glass; How to cut bolts shorter; Cure from static from motors; Repairing Refinishing household chairs; How to upholster sectional furniture; Remodeling Refinishing Furniture; Sanding Straight Turnings and many more tips.
Home Improvements and Repairs: Routed Designs for Home Decorations; Knickknack Shelves Brighten the Kitchen; Doorknob Extension for Child’s Easy reach; Living Room Entertainment Center; Laying Hardwood Strip Floor Over Concrete Slab; Removing Stubborn Wallpaper; How to cure a rattling door; How to treat swollen doors; Workshop Reference Charts; Dress up your Yard or Patio with Redwood; Ways to refinish Redwood; How to keep paddlelocks dry; Making metal look like wood; Remodeling discarded furniture; Colorful Post Cards can be decorative and more.
Condition: All issues have paper covers. All covers show a little wear and light soiling; some small soiled specks and some age discoloring on some pages; few small tears; issues are intact. The Silver Anniversary Issue has been fold so has a seam plus the outer side edge has been nicked so some of the pages have a double tear on them; overall issues are good readable copies.
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