The first song is titled "Sinner Man" – 3-Part with piano and optional rhythm section. The second song is titled "Everybody Needs A Friend" – 3-Part mixed voices and piano and optional rhythm section.
Both pieces of music are in very good condition – inside and out...
The music titles are:
1. Stone On Stone – SSA Accompanied
2. My Lord – Three Part Choir
3. Wildflower – SSA Accompanied
4. Follow The sun – SAB Accompanied
1. You’re The One by Dana Libonati
2. Bright, Sunshiny Morning by Don Besig
3. Dream A Dream by Ed Robertson
All of the music is in very good condition – inside and out...
Some of the projects include Miniature Quilt Block Place Mats, Gay 90’s Christmas Stocking, a Padded Hanger, Quilted Lingerie Bag, Quilted Wall Basket, Potholders, and more.
The book is in excellent condition – inside and out...
The beginning of the book gives instructions for quilting and applique. Some of the projects include a Quilted Christmas Stocking, Log Cabin Tree Skirt, Little Beech Tree Ornament, Holly Berry Wreath, and many more.
This soft cover book is in very good condition – inside and out...
There are many nice projects – most are seen in the photo. The entire alphabet is included for custom lettering as seen on the white smock dress on the cover.
The booklet is very good condition with some minor wear to the edges and corners...
You will find some colorful projects for Christmas, Halloween, Easter, Valentine’s Day, and Thanksgiving. Full instructions and charts are included.
The book is in good condition – inside and out. The front cover has a scratch in the upper right corner.
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The message is to Claude in Anson, Texas, from Aunt Julia simply stating that she wished she could come see him.
The postcard is in good condition though there is wear to the edges and corners. There is a small water spot on the ...
It doesn’t appear that the postcard was ever sent, as there is no postmark. The message from Ada is very sweet – telling her cousin she is sorry that she can not walk, but assuring her that she will get "all OK."
There is no information as to the date of this postcard. The postage stamp ...
There is no information on the card as to the artist, publisher or date that the card was made. From the artwork, I am guessing pre-1940.
The card is n good condition with some minor wear to edges. The lower right corner has a small fracture across it. The back side has not been used.
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The front of the card shows a lone mailbox that the spiders have taken over due to its lack of use. The message is more of a plea, "What don’t you write?" A clever little poem follows.
The word "over" is handwritten at the bottom. Once the card is turned over, Junior questions again, "Why don’t you answer my letter?" I don’t think Junio...