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    Default June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    Looking for copy of Magazine. Lost mine.
    Thanks
    Rick

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    Default Re: June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    Rick-

    Have you been watching on eBay? Found the December '74 issue but didn't see June. Just a thought.

    WhiteOak

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    Default Re: June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    OOhh,,,didn't think of that,,,,great idea thanks. I think they have a looking to buy section.
    appreciate it
    Rick

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    Default Re: June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    Rick-
    I was searching for "vintage beekeeping" on eBay and remembered that you were looking for the June '74 issue of Bee Culture. Here is a link to all 12 issues from 1974 if you are interested.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Gleanings...#ht_500wt_1202

    WhiteOak

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    Default Re: June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    Thank you so much.
    I've been emailing the sellers and checking to see if they had a copy. No luck till now. Contacted seller to see if they would sell just the June. May have to buy them all.
    Thanks again,,,,I'll let you know if I get them.
    Rick

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    Default Re: June 1974 Gleanings in BeeCulture

    WOA,
    Wanted to let you know I won the bid on Ebay for the issues. Thanks for the "Heads Up". Not sure what to do with the extra 11 issues. Maybe sell them on Ebay.
    Just FYI, my interest in this article stems from when I took Apiculture at the University of Maryland in 1974. The Professor for the class was Dr. Dewey Carron. As a "Special Project" for credit, I transferred a box hive,( non removable frames) to a Langstroth. I wrote the project up and Dr. Carron edited it and had it published in GBC.
    Such things we do in our youth, which seemingly have little meaning, are realized when we look back at them through aged eyes.
    Oh, this is post # 1000. Don't hear any Bells. I'm sure I will after I hit the post button.
    Thanks again my friend.
    Rick

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