This ATOMIC RANCH Magazine is dated FALL 2009, ISSUE #23 ; A 1956 Wendell Lovett-designed home is on this cover. Inside t are 12 pages on this home near Seattle, Washington. T his standard size issue, of 88 pages, is in very good condition with just minor cover wear, and a little minor edge and reading wear, nothing real noticeable, and t is nothing major as tears, cutouts, stains, etc. on this issue. The inside of the magazine is in very good condition with just light reading wear and t is no shipping label.Shipping by Priority Mail costs $5.00 to the USA and $11.50 to Canada, and $13.50 to Europe, Japan, and Australia (if Priority Mail ships t Insurance ($1.70) is available in the USA only. Shipping is done once per week, plus I can combine shipping on multiple items. I primarily sell to the USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, and Australia, and I will sell to other countries, if t is good feedback, and you email me first. CONTENTS FEATURES CULT OF PERSONALITY Two collectors and their architecture addictions. BEFORE & AFTER: AUSTIN Bringing the inside out on a family budget. QUITE THE DANSK WEINERBROD Inside a modernist confection in Washington state. (cover story) MODERN MASTERS: EERO SAARINEN Architect, furniture designer, Finnish wunderkind. WORKING CLASS HEROES Everyman's ranch in Omaha, complete with rampaging livestock. PREVAILING TRENDS Strauss Brothers brought modern times to Lincoln, Nebraska. DEPARTMENTS MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE RANCH MODERN WISDOM COOL STUFF Wall coverings, games, lamps, hot sips and cool breezes. RANCH DRESSING Danish modern, Hey-Wake, curb appeal and light switch scoop. HOME PAGE Missouri, Tennessee and Oregon. BOOKS & BACKS Midcentury books & (a few) back issues. EVENTS Fall and a peek at 2010. RESOURCES COMING UP IN ATOMIC RANCH RETAILERS ATOMIC ADVERTISERS THANKS FOR LOOKING!! Don’t forget to check my Ebay store: AARDVARKKSMAGS Collectible Mags If you are looking for a particular back issue, email me, as I have access to thousands of magazine back issues and may be able to find it for you.
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