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David Summerford passed last week

matt bumgarner
 

I haven't seen it posted in this group, but Dave Summerford passed this last week after a year-long battle with a brain tumor.

Dave was the propietor of Charlotte Electric Train in the early 90's and actually had a branch location at Tweetsie during this timeframe.

He was responsible for the replica run of the ET&WNC Adlake Kero lanterns, which have become collectible in their own right.

Matt Bumgarner


Tomorrow- Graybeal is dancing- NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention-

matt bumgarner
 

See you tomorrow at the 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo in Hickory!! We are VERY pleased to have Andrew Fletcher, the hottest railroad artist in the country, as our very special guest.

If you don't know, Andy is the artist whose paintings inspired NS to launch their new "heritage" fleet paint schemes.

So, come on down, meet Andy, and register to win copies of some prints AND a family pass from Tweetsie Railroad!

www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow

We are at Exit 125 I-40 at the Hickory Metro Convention Center. Show is from 9am-4pm, free parking, great food, and admission is only $5 for 12 & over!!

*ALL PROCEEDS from the show go to the SE Narrow Gauge & Shortline Museum*

Thanks!

Matt Bumgarner


7 days until the Hickory show, with a VERY special guest !!

matt bumgarner
 

One week until the 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo in Hickory!! We are VERY pleased to have Andrew Fletcher, the hottest railroad artist in the country, as our very special guest.

If you don't know, Andy is the artist whose paintings inspired NS to launch their new "heritage" fleet paint schemes.

So, come on down, meet Andy, and register to win copies of some prints AND a family pass from Tweetsie Railroad!

www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow

*ALL PROCEEDS from the show go to the SE Narrow Gauge & Shortline Museum*

Thanks!

Matt Bumgarner


Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Bill Blomgren
 

Got This in another feed....
 
 
 
The date is April 14th !!

Sorry!

Matt




________________________________
From: Ken Riddle <keriddle@yatesind.com>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 7:31 PM
Subject: RE: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention



 

10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.

April 9th is Monday, isn’t it??
From: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of David Pressley
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 11:55 AM
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

My wife has accused me of having an affair.

She points out that every so often I call 'Julie' (Amtrak's automated ticket agent) on the telephone and then a few days later I disappear for three or four days on a 'train trip'.

David

________________________________
From: Lee Bishop <p51@hotmail.com <mailto:p51%40hotmail.com> >
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com <mailto:Tweetsie%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:51 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention



Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com <mailto:Tweetsie%40yahoogroups.com> , "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.





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Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Ken Riddle
 

10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.



April 9th is Monday, isn’t it??




From: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of David Pressley
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 11:55 AM
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention





My wife has accused me of having an affair.

She points out that every so often I call 'Julie' (Amtrak's automated ticket agent) on the telephone and then a few days later I disappear for three or four days on a 'train trip'.

David

________________________________
From: Lee Bishop <p51@hotmail.com <mailto:p51%40hotmail.com> >
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com <mailto:Tweetsie%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:51 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention



Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com <mailto:Tweetsie%40yahoogroups.com> , "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.



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Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo

Joey Bowman
 

A couple years ago there was an exotic animal show next door in the convention center. As I drove in and started to read a sign that read "exotic" I thought Matt finally lost his mind and really included exotic dancers.
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www.blackberry.com


Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

matt bumgarner
 

Lee,

Sorry that your wife does not appreciate the humor and this got you in trouble. The name has been the same for the past ten years and I get 10 times the amount of people who appreciate the humor more than the people who can’t, so the name ain’t changing anytime soon.

You are welcome to visit the photos and website at www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow and show her how awful we really are.

Matt Bumgarner




From: Lee Bishop
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2012 10:51 PM
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention


Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In mailto:Tweetsie%40yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.




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Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

David Pressley
 

My wife has accused me of having an affair. 
 
She points out that every so often I call 'Julie' (Amtrak's automated ticket agent) on the telephone and then a few days later I disappear for three or four days on a 'train trip'.
 
David 


________________________________
From: Lee Bishop <p51@hotmail.com>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:51 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention


 
Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.



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Re: ET&WNCRR HS convention Info

johnny graybeal
 

I intend to bring it up at our business meeting to see what the attending membership wants to do. As payment is due before that business meeting, I would venture to say no.
Johnny Graybeal

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Ken Riddle" <keriddle@...> wrote:

Can we do PayPal??


Re: ET&WNCRR HS convention Info

Ken Riddle
 

Can we do PayPal??



From: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of johnny
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2012 1:38 PM
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Tweetsie] ET&WNCRR HS convention Info





ET&WNC RR HISTORICAL SOCIETY CONVENTION

The 24th Annual Convention of the ET&WNC RR Historical Society will be held
June 15-17, 2012, in Banner Elk, NC. The Society is the only historical
group in the eastern half of the country dedicated to a single narrow gauge
railroad that has not one but two locations to ride trains as part of their
convention. With the passage of time, proof of the railroad's existence is
gradually fading away, so it is important to visit the remaining sections
while they are still accessible. Also, restoration work continues in North
Carolina on the Linville Depot and boxcar 434.
The format for the convention will follow that of the last several years.
The convention hotel is the Best Western Mountain Lodge in Banner Elk.
Registration for the three day convention will begin at 5:00 PM in their
meeting room. As before, those who have ET related items to sell may request
tables at no cost, on a first come first serve basis. Those wanting to just
display memorabilia may also do so. Please make a note of your needs on the
registration form. Vice President Jerry Turbyfill has arranged to have the
meeting room the entire weekend this year, allowing us to not only
congregate on Friday evening, but on Saturday evening after Tweetsie as
well. Hopefully this will encourage even more socializing and good times.
Light refreshments on Friday evening.
Jerry asks that everyone bring their walking shoes with them. After visiting
the depot restoration on Saturday morning, Jerry is going to lead us on a
short hike to visit the Wilder Mine area just across the Tennessee line on
State Line Hill. These are open pit mines that were worked during World War
I, when iron demand was very high. These workings were explored during the
winter months so Jerry can take us right to the best spots. These mines are
located along the Appalachian Trail, less than a half mile from the highway,
so most everyone should be able to participate. The Trail passes through the
area once covered by Greer Fill, so one concrete and one stone abutment are
also available for viewing. Some of the grade of State Line Hill itself may
be hiked as well.
Saturday evening will be our time at Tweetsie Railroad. No. 12 is 95 years
old this year, and looks as good as the day she left the factory. The crew
at TRR always put on a good show for us, with a special train after the park
closes, including run bys and a non stop trip around the mountain,
recreating the ET excursion trains of old. A meal will follow in the
Tweetsie Palace. Afterward we will return to Banner Elk for more
socializing.
Sunday morning we will travel to Hampton for a trip up the Doe River Gorge
by train. Last year this trip was rained out, so it has been a while since
everyone made the trip to the bridges. After this trip people often take the
opportunity to explore other parts of the right of way on the Tennessee
side.
Our Convention Hotel is once again the Best Western Mountain Lodge. Rates
and phone numbers are below. PLEASE NOTE ALL REQUESTS FOR TABLES MUST BE
RECEIVED BY SATURDAY JUNE 9. Also any registrations received after Saturday
June 9th may not be included in the count for the meal following the train
ride at Tweetsie. If a situation arises were registration is necessary after
that date, inform Jerry Turbyfill as soon as possible.
Direct questions to: Jerry Turbyfill, 417 Staples Johnson Road, Newland, NC
28657; jerryturbyfill@gmail.com <mailto:jerryturbyfill%40gmail.com> or
(828) 733-0680 (home) preferably calling in the evenings. Make Checks
Payable to: ET&WNCRR HS
Mail the form (see below) and check to: Larry Brown, 300 Whispering Pines
Rd, Boone, NC 28607-6937
Call Best Western Mountain Lodge toll free at (877) 877-4553 as soon as
possible to make your room reservations. Mention the ET&WNC RR Historical
Society to get the convention room rate of $89 plus tax per night.

REGISTRATION FORM FOR ET&WNC RR HS CONVENTION JUNE 15-17,2012

Name: ______________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________
City, State, Zip+4: ____________________________________
Email: ______________________________________________
Phone: ______________________________________________
Guest: ______________________________________________
Guest: ______________________________________________

#______ People attending at $30 or $35 if postmarked after June 1
_______ Total registering $________Total amount enclosed

If bringing a guest(s) to Friday evening's activities, number of guests:
_______

____ Yes, I will require table(s) Friday night. Number needed _____
____ No, I do not require any tables.


Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Bill Blomgren
 

You might introduce her to
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4fdzLpzbik
 
 
 


________________________________
From: Lee Bishop <p51@hotmail.com>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:51 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention


 
Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.



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Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Bill Blomgren
 

Simple solution: take her along - and let her watch Johnny do the dance.. Clearly exotic.  And will cure the family ills at your end.
 
If nothing else, watching the kids with thomas should settle her down...<G>


________________________________
From: Lee Bishop <p51@hotmail.com>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 10:51 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention


 
Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Lee Bishop
 

Guys, have you ever thought about what the humorous name you've created for this event looks like to people online who don't know it's a joke? My wife just walked by and looked over my shoulder, then saw the titles of these threads and went thermonuclear when she read that. She refuses to believe that it's a joke now. Seriously, if I had had plans to attend, I wouldn't be going now. She was THAT ticked to see the name, as she's now convinced the name of the event is legit and describes what it's for...

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th.


ET&WNCRR HS convention Info

johnny graybeal
 

ET&WNC RR HISTORICAL SOCIETY CONVENTION

The 24th Annual Convention of the ET&WNC RR Historical Society will be held June 15-17, 2012, in Banner Elk, NC. The Society is the only historical group in the eastern half of the country dedicated to a single narrow gauge railroad that has not one but two locations to ride trains as part of their convention. With the passage of time, proof of the railroad's existence is gradually fading away, so it is important to visit the remaining sections while they are still accessible. Also, restoration work continues in North Carolina on the Linville Depot and boxcar 434.
The format for the convention will follow that of the last several years. The convention hotel is the Best Western Mountain Lodge in Banner Elk. Registration for the three day convention will begin at 5:00 PM in their meeting room. As before, those who have ET related items to sell may request tables at no cost, on a first come first serve basis. Those wanting to just display memorabilia may also do so. Please make a note of your needs on the registration form. Vice President Jerry Turbyfill has arranged to have the meeting room the entire weekend this year, allowing us to not only congregate on Friday evening, but on Saturday evening after Tweetsie as well. Hopefully this will encourage even more socializing and good times. Light refreshments on Friday evening.
Jerry asks that everyone bring their walking shoes with them. After visiting the depot restoration on Saturday morning, Jerry is going to lead us on a short hike to visit the Wilder Mine area just across the Tennessee line on State Line Hill. These are open pit mines that were worked during World War I, when iron demand was very high. These workings were explored during the winter months so Jerry can take us right to the best spots. These mines are located along the Appalachian Trail, less than a half mile from the highway, so most everyone should be able to participate. The Trail passes through the area once covered by Greer Fill, so one concrete and one stone abutment are also available for viewing. Some of the grade of State Line Hill itself may be hiked as well.
Saturday evening will be our time at Tweetsie Railroad. No. 12 is 95 years old this year, and looks as good as the day she left the factory. The crew at TRR always put on a good show for us, with a special train after the park closes, including run bys and a non stop trip around the mountain, recreating the ET excursion trains of old. A meal will follow in the Tweetsie Palace. Afterward we will return to Banner Elk for more socializing.
Sunday morning we will travel to Hampton for a trip up the Doe River Gorge by train. Last year this trip was rained out, so it has been a while since everyone made the trip to the bridges. After this trip people often take the opportunity to explore other parts of the right of way on the Tennessee side.
Our Convention Hotel is once again the Best Western Mountain Lodge. Rates and phone numbers are below. PLEASE NOTE ALL REQUESTS FOR TABLES MUST BE RECEIVED BY SATURDAY JUNE 9. Also any registrations received after Saturday June 9th may not be included in the count for the meal following the train ride at Tweetsie. If a situation arises were registration is necessary after that date, inform Jerry Turbyfill as soon as possible.
Direct questions to: Jerry Turbyfill, 417 Staples Johnson Road, Newland, NC 28657; jerryturbyfill@gmail.com or (828) 733-0680 (home) preferably calling in the evenings. Make Checks Payable to: ET&WNCRR HS
Mail the form (see below) and check to: Larry Brown, 300 Whispering Pines Rd, Boone, NC 28607-6937
Call Best Western Mountain Lodge toll free at (877) 877-4553 as soon as possible to make your room reservations. Mention the ET&WNC RR Historical Society to get the convention room rate of $89 plus tax per night.

REGISTRATION FORM FOR ET&WNC RR HS CONVENTION JUNE 15-17,2012

Name: ______________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________
City, State, Zip+4: ____________________________________
Email: ______________________________________________
Phone: ______________________________________________
Guest: ______________________________________________
Guest: ______________________________________________

#______ People attending at $30 or $35 if postmarked after June 1
_______ Total registering $________Total amount enclosed

If bringing a guest(s) to Friday evening's activities, number of guests: _______

____ Yes, I will require table(s) Friday night. Number needed _____
____ No, I do not require any tables.


Re: ET&WNC Historical Society Magazine Back Issues

johnny graybeal
 

For those of you who are not ET&WNCRR Historical Society members, after John Waite and Chris Ford retired from doing the Blue Ridge Stemwinder magazine, I began publishing a magazine called Every Time With No Complaint (didnt want to deal with the post office on a magazine called Eat Taters and Wear No Clothes). We are currently half way through our fourth year. Volume 4 No 2 is in the works now, which will cover in depth the boxcar restoration in Newton and the new museum there, along with some good boxcar modeling by Larry Smith.

If you want to purchase back issues, here is how you do it. The first year's two issues are now pretty low in supply, so they are $10 each. Later issues are $5 each. Add $1 per issue for postage and handling. Address checks to
Johnny Graybeal
3978 Callie Court
Lenoir, NC 28645

At present I do not take Paypal. Come to the convention in Banner Elk in June or in Seattle (NNGC) in September and you can buy them for cash and no postage.

At present there is no plan to offer the magazines on dvd, except like Chris did, when the job is done, say 15 to 20 years from now.

Johnny Graybeal

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "furrbie28787" <furreric@...> wrote:

I already have that. How about from the cd on forward?

Eric Furr



Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

Phil Raynes
 

Since I am planning to be at the gorge working on the track that week, I am also hoping to make it to the "convention" for the first time!!!

Phil


Re: 10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

matt bumgarner
 

The date is April 14th !!

Sorry!

Matt

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Matt" <matt@...> wrote:

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th. Four to six modular layouts, 250 tables of "stuff" (yeah, you know what stuff), some great displays, good food, and free parking will be featured. Exit 125 off I-40, convenient to Charlotte, Winston, Greensboro, Roanoke, Raleigh, Greenville, Knoxville, Asheville, and Atlanta.

This show is widely regarded as one of the best on the circuit, so come and find out why!!!

Proceeds from past shows have helped us acquire narrow gauge boxcars Carolina & N-W #401, ET&WNC #434, and Lawndale #311. This year we hope to finish funding the restoration of ET&WNC #1.

After you visit the show, drive 5 miles down the road to Newton and visit NC's newest steam locomotive, Virginia-Carolina 2-6-0 #50 at the Newton Depot!

Hope to see you there!!

New Dealers: download an application at www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow

Matt Bumgarner
Alexander Chapter-NRHS


10th Annual NC Railroad Expo & Exotic Dancer Convention

matt bumgarner
 

Please pardon the cross-postings, but we don't want you to miss it.

The 10th annual NC Railroad & Exotic Dancer Convention will be held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center on Saturday, April 9th. Four to six modular layouts, 250 tables of "stuff" (yeah, you know what stuff), some great displays, good food, and free parking will be featured. Exit 125 off I-40, convenient to Charlotte, Winston, Greensboro, Roanoke, Raleigh, Greenville, Knoxville, Asheville, and Atlanta.

This show is widely regarded as one of the best on the circuit, so come and find out why!!!

Proceeds from past shows have helped us acquire narrow gauge boxcars Carolina & N-W #401, ET&WNC #434, and Lawndale #311. This year we hope to finish funding the restoration of ET&WNC #1.

After you visit the show, drive 5 miles down the road to Newton and visit NC's newest steam locomotive, Virginia-Carolina 2-6-0 #50 at the Newton Depot!

Hope to see you there!!

New Dealers: download an application at www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow

Matt Bumgarner
Alexander Chapter-NRHS


Re: ET&WNC Historical Society Magazine Back Issues

James Eric Furr
 

I already have that. How about from the cd on forward?

Eric Furr

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, "Lee Bishop" <p51@...> wrote:

I second that. I bought the CD and it was worth every penny!




--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, Alan Bridwell <barstow54@> wrote:

http://cfordart.com/20yearsofthestemwinder/info.html
 
There is a fabulous digital collection of the Stemwinder magazine available.  

From: furrbie28787 <furreric@>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2012 6:09 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] ET&WNC Historical Society Magazine Back Issues


 
Hi,

Are there any back issues of the ET&WNC Historical Society magazine for sale? Thank you.

Eric Furr




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Re: ET&WNC Historical Society Magazine Back Issues

Lee Bishop
 

I second that. I bought the CD and it was worth every penny!

--- In Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com, Alan Bridwell <barstow54@...> wrote:

http://cfordart.com/20yearsofthestemwinder/info.html
 
There is a fabulous digital collection of the Stemwinder magazine available.  

From: furrbie28787 <furreric@...>
To: Tweetsie@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2012 6:09 PM
Subject: [Tweetsie] ET&WNC Historical Society Magazine Back Issues


 
Hi,

Are there any back issues of the ET&WNC Historical Society magazine for sale? Thank you.

Eric Furr





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