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  • Very interesting and inspiring article.

    While doing research for a member on google I ran across this article. You may find it rather interesting to read. I found the article to be rather inspiring considering it was probably written back in the 40's. It does not really say that I can find.

    I hope you find it enjoyable reading.
    A Lady and a Jig Saw
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

  • #2
    That was a very interesting read Mike.
    This lady must have been quite a pioneer in her day. Thanks for the post.
    Jim in Mexico

    Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.
    - Albert Einstein


    • #3
      Fun read. Thanks.
      DeWalt 788


      • #4
        That is some very interesting reading, Mike. I remember my parents had one of the Moon shelf & stairway pieces on our wall. I think it was all made from 1/4 in. ply. with copper wire for railings on the stairs & shelves. I rough sketched one & cut it with the star & shelves, but, didn't have the stairs on it. I thought they were very interesting pieces, even when I was a youngster. Thanks for letting us read that.


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