1897 Cook Stoves from Sears & Roebuck



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The Good Shepard Vintage Fan






I love and collect these old fans.
It's an unwritten law that one may not sell a pre-owned  and studied Bible.
I'm applying the same courtesy to this fan I purchased last weekend while
flea market shopping.......  
Both my Grandmother's owned this fan. When I picked it up out of the smelly
box of old papers, my heart clogged my throat with emotion and tears rolled
down my cheeks with the taste of loving memories....... 



Instructions
     Print two on heavy card stock.
Glue the handles to each side, then,
 glue a large Popsicle stick
between the two handles. 
If you would rather, you can glue the handle on the back
as the original was, draw an outline of the body on
 plain heavy card stock  and glue
for extra strength.
                                                         
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In The Stove Department Folding Recipe Card



The stoves from 1897 are mine. CLICK  to enlarge-save-as-print. 
The frame is compliments the Graphics Fairy
The Jar is from The lady Wolf
 
print on vellum and cut out, "fill" with hearts for front of card





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