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  • 28 Nov 2016
    IT'S CYBER MONDAY! Here's how it works! -20% off online items $75 or more! -Free shipping on items over $200, less than 30 pounds, and smaller than 18"x18"x18"!   Here's what you do! 1. Find an item you like online at iAntique.com that is available at the Denver Brass Armadillo!   Here is the Denver Brass Armadillo's iAntique page: http://www.iantique.com/marketplace/store/Brass-Armadillo-Denver   Here is Gary Stover's: http://www.iantique.com/marketplace/other/68/seller.html   2. Email me using the Contact page on an item's listing with the following information: Vendor number, location in mall, and SKU number Whether you will be shipping the item or picking it up today (you must pick it up today to receive discounts!) If you are picking it up today, whether you will pay over the phone or when you pick it up in person   You can also contact me by commenting or messaging on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denverbrassarmadillo/ or by joining the iAntique live chat! http://www.iantique.com/pages/live/   3. We will locate your item(s), bring them to the front counter, and rely to your email stating your items are ready and asking you to call or come on down!   Here's Gary's video explaining the sale and history of Cyber Monday! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c40UEL3R-3o
    198 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
  • IT'S CYBER MONDAY! Here's how it works! -20% off online items $75 or more! -Free shipping on items over $200, less than 30 pounds, and smaller than 18"x18"x18"!   Here's what you do! 1. Find an item you like online at iAntique.com that is available at the Denver Brass Armadillo!   Here is the Denver Brass Armadillo's iAntique page: http://www.iantique.com/marketplace/store/Brass-Armadillo-Denver   Here is Gary Stover's: http://www.iantique.com/marketplace/other/68/seller.html   2. Email me using the Contact page on an item's listing with the following information: Vendor number, location in mall, and SKU number Whether you will be shipping the item or picking it up today (you must pick it up today to receive discounts!) If you are picking it up today, whether you will pay over the phone or when you pick it up in person   You can also contact me by commenting or messaging on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denverbrassarmadillo/ or by joining the iAntique live chat! http://www.iantique.com/pages/live/   3. We will locate your item(s), bring them to the front counter, and rely to your email stating your items are ready and asking you to call or come on down!   Here's Gary's video explaining the sale and history of Cyber Monday! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c40UEL3R-3o
    Nov 28, 2016 198
  • 17 Jan 2016
    Tucson Gem & Mineral Show - Starting January 20, 2016 The annual Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is called the “largest, oldest and most prestigious gem and mineral show in the world” and for good reason. Just the sheer size of the 40+ shows is mind boggling, not to mention the tens of thousands of visitors, top mineralogists, gem experts, dealers and collectors. The shows are spread all across the city in sprawling exhibit tents, hotel ballrooms, motel meeting rooms, and several convention arenas. Some of the best and most expensive museum-quality gem stones, minerals, fossils, beads and jewelry can be found at these locations. The shows sell everything from small bags of polished rocks for a few dollars to gemstones for thousands of dollars. Many major museums and private collectors attend displaying the outstanding specimens in their collections, including the Smithsonian Institute and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Most of the shows feature some very unique items, such as the world's largest meteorite or a five-foot tall geode. The shows also provide a great way to meet and network with people from around the world. A complete list of shows, locations, and opening and closing dates can be found at www.tucsongemshows.net. Most of the shows are open to the public, however, there are a few wholesale only shows. Lecturers and symposiums are open to the public and free of charge. Non-profit mineral and earth sciences organizations are invited to participate at the show and each organization staffs their own booth and meets with the public to share an abundance of information. Entry to most of the shows is free and free parking is available for the most part. Free shuttle transportation is available between many of the shows as well. If you enjoy treasure hunting, you’ve hit the jackpot!  
    669 Posted by Betty Jean Shearin
  • Tucson Gem & Mineral Show - Starting January 20, 2016 The annual Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is called the “largest, oldest and most prestigious gem and mineral show in the world” and for good reason. Just the sheer size of the 40+ shows is mind boggling, not to mention the tens of thousands of visitors, top mineralogists, gem experts, dealers and collectors. The shows are spread all across the city in sprawling exhibit tents, hotel ballrooms, motel meeting rooms, and several convention arenas. Some of the best and most expensive museum-quality gem stones, minerals, fossils, beads and jewelry can be found at these locations. The shows sell everything from small bags of polished rocks for a few dollars to gemstones for thousands of dollars. Many major museums and private collectors attend displaying the outstanding specimens in their collections, including the Smithsonian Institute and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Most of the shows feature some very unique items, such as the world's largest meteorite or a five-foot tall geode. The shows also provide a great way to meet and network with people from around the world. A complete list of shows, locations, and opening and closing dates can be found at www.tucsongemshows.net. Most of the shows are open to the public, however, there are a few wholesale only shows. Lecturers and symposiums are open to the public and free of charge. Non-profit mineral and earth sciences organizations are invited to participate at the show and each organization staffs their own booth and meets with the public to share an abundance of information. Entry to most of the shows is free and free parking is available for the most part. Free shuttle transportation is available between many of the shows as well. If you enjoy treasure hunting, you’ve hit the jackpot!  
    Jan 17, 2016 669
  • 26 Apr 2015
    MAKE “EARTH DAY” EVERY DAY Earth Day was celebrated by thousands of people on April 22 but why not observe it every day. One way you can contribute throughout the year is to repurpose, reuse, recycle, or redesign things you already have rather than going out and buying new items. The earth’s natural resources will appreciate it and our future generations will benefit. For me, it’s a good reminder to clean out the closets, drawers, basement and attic, and rid myself of items I no longer want or need. Why not take some time to go through your house, garage, or attic and look for items you have stored for a long time and no longer need or want. I’m betting you will find some items that can be reused in another way or that can be donated to local charities or given to friends. Need a few new ideas? Well, if you’ve never gone to the web and taken a look at repurposing/reusing, you will be amazed at the ingenous ideas people have come up with. You’ll probably say to yourself, “Why didn’t I think of that”. I was blown away by the creative ideas I found. But if by some crazy fluke you don’t find a way to repurpose an item at home, take a trip to The Brass Armadillo. They literally have tons of furniture, household items, outdoor décor for your yard and garden, etc. I’m betting you will come up with a great idea for an item which can be repurposed or used in a different innovative way. Not only might you find new uses for old items, but you will likely clear space in your in your house. It seems like we’re all looking for added space. You will benefit as will our Earth!
    832 Posted by Betty Jean Shearin
  • MAKE “EARTH DAY” EVERY DAY Earth Day was celebrated by thousands of people on April 22 but why not observe it every day. One way you can contribute throughout the year is to repurpose, reuse, recycle, or redesign things you already have rather than going out and buying new items. The earth’s natural resources will appreciate it and our future generations will benefit. For me, it’s a good reminder to clean out the closets, drawers, basement and attic, and rid myself of items I no longer want or need. Why not take some time to go through your house, garage, or attic and look for items you have stored for a long time and no longer need or want. I’m betting you will find some items that can be reused in another way or that can be donated to local charities or given to friends. Need a few new ideas? Well, if you’ve never gone to the web and taken a look at repurposing/reusing, you will be amazed at the ingenous ideas people have come up with. You’ll probably say to yourself, “Why didn’t I think of that”. I was blown away by the creative ideas I found. But if by some crazy fluke you don’t find a way to repurpose an item at home, take a trip to The Brass Armadillo. They literally have tons of furniture, household items, outdoor décor for your yard and garden, etc. I’m betting you will come up with a great idea for an item which can be repurposed or used in a different innovative way. Not only might you find new uses for old items, but you will likely clear space in your in your house. It seems like we’re all looking for added space. You will benefit as will our Earth!
    Apr 26, 2015 832
  • 10 Mar 2015
    By Brucha Junovitch Antique furniture of many sorts and types are, and can be, readily found at local garage sales, flea markets, and antique stores. Of these, a person may find some items of less-than-perfect condition that, to many shoppers, bring with them more work and effort than it is worth. Yet, that can be a great find, especially once you know a bit more of how to restore and maintain antiques. Your perfect find might be a Victorian chair in need of a new seat, or an old American trunk that has seen far better days. The most important thing to maintaining or restoring antique furniture is keeping it clean. The following tips will help you do just that without damaging it: 1. Avoid using any of the popular spray dusting helpers. These tend to leave an unsightly buildup on furniture that’s hard to remove later on. Instead, use a soft cloth to gently wipe away the dust. You can also slightly dampen the cloth with liquid glass cleaner. 2. Avoid using any of the popular oil-based liquid furniture polishers. These leave an oily residue that attracts dust. Lemon oil is one of the worst because it doesn’t sink into the wood like commonly believed but lays on the surface acting as a dust magnet. 3. If there’s oily dirt or grease, such as may get on pieces in a kitchen, remove it with a mild dish detergent and water solution. Work on small areas at a time and dry immediately with a soft cloth. 4. Be extra careful when cleaning any wood that has been gilded. The gilt is usually applied with a water-soluble adhesive which can be removed by detergent cleaners. 5. To clean uneven or carved surfaces, use a soft-bristled brush or your vacuum cleaner with the brush attachment. Be careful not to hit the furniture in any way with the vacuum cleaner, itself. 6. Do not use feather dusters. They move the dust around and can scratch the surface. 7. Before using any cleaner on the surface of your furniture, test an inconspicuous area towards the back first. 8. Always avoid using too much liquid directly on your furniture’s surface. 9. You can get long-term protection by using a good paste wax, such as Minwax. This is a petroleum-based product that comes in both natural and dark shades for light and dark-stained furniture, respectively. The hard surface it produces can be dusted more easily and without the danger of scratching because its smoother. Waxing once or twice a year is sufficient for table tops and chair arms. For less used areas of furniture, such as chair legs and case pieces, wax only every four years. 10. Try not to polish hardware while it’s attached to the furniture. The polish will damage the furniture’s finish. Instead, remove the hardware and polish separately, being sure to rinse or wipe it thoroughly before reattaching it to your pieces. If you can’t remove the hardware from your piece, be sure to mask it from the furniture’s surface to prevent damage. For ornate hardware, use a cotton swab dipped in the detergent solution. 11. Do not polish ormolu, which really isn’t brass but bronze. Instead, wash it with a soft cloth soaked with a mild dish detergent. 12. To remove the musty odor from an antique cabinet or drawers of a chest, spray with Fabreeze and let dry. To keep it fresh, place a new drier sheet inside each cabinet or drawer. 13. If mold or mildew forms on a piece of antique furniture, dampen a soft cloth with a very mild bleach solution (two tablespoons of bleach to a quart of water) and wipe the affected area. Dry immediately with a soft cloth, then wax as stated above. 14. Heat dries out the wood of antique furniture, loosening joints. Keep your house at a comfortable level but not excessively hot in the winter. If you must keep the temperature up, put pans of water around to humidify the air or use a humidifier. The air will be healthier for you, too.
    2195 Posted by Brucha Junovitch
  • By Brucha Junovitch Antique furniture of many sorts and types are, and can be, readily found at local garage sales, flea markets, and antique stores. Of these, a person may find some items of less-than-perfect condition that, to many shoppers, bring with them more work and effort than it is worth. Yet, that can be a great find, especially once you know a bit more of how to restore and maintain antiques. Your perfect find might be a Victorian chair in need of a new seat, or an old American trunk that has seen far better days. The most important thing to maintaining or restoring antique furniture is keeping it clean. The following tips will help you do just that without damaging it: 1. Avoid using any of the popular spray dusting helpers. These tend to leave an unsightly buildup on furniture that’s hard to remove later on. Instead, use a soft cloth to gently wipe away the dust. You can also slightly dampen the cloth with liquid glass cleaner. 2. Avoid using any of the popular oil-based liquid furniture polishers. These leave an oily residue that attracts dust. Lemon oil is one of the worst because it doesn’t sink into the wood like commonly believed but lays on the surface acting as a dust magnet. 3. If there’s oily dirt or grease, such as may get on pieces in a kitchen, remove it with a mild dish detergent and water solution. Work on small areas at a time and dry immediately with a soft cloth. 4. Be extra careful when cleaning any wood that has been gilded. The gilt is usually applied with a water-soluble adhesive which can be removed by detergent cleaners. 5. To clean uneven or carved surfaces, use a soft-bristled brush or your vacuum cleaner with the brush attachment. Be careful not to hit the furniture in any way with the vacuum cleaner, itself. 6. Do not use feather dusters. They move the dust around and can scratch the surface. 7. Before using any cleaner on the surface of your furniture, test an inconspicuous area towards the back first. 8. Always avoid using too much liquid directly on your furniture’s surface. 9. You can get long-term protection by using a good paste wax, such as Minwax. This is a petroleum-based product that comes in both natural and dark shades for light and dark-stained furniture, respectively. The hard surface it produces can be dusted more easily and without the danger of scratching because its smoother. Waxing once or twice a year is sufficient for table tops and chair arms. For less used areas of furniture, such as chair legs and case pieces, wax only every four years. 10. Try not to polish hardware while it’s attached to the furniture. The polish will damage the furniture’s finish. Instead, remove the hardware and polish separately, being sure to rinse or wipe it thoroughly before reattaching it to your pieces. If you can’t remove the hardware from your piece, be sure to mask it from the furniture’s surface to prevent damage. For ornate hardware, use a cotton swab dipped in the detergent solution. 11. Do not polish ormolu, which really isn’t brass but bronze. Instead, wash it with a soft cloth soaked with a mild dish detergent. 12. To remove the musty odor from an antique cabinet or drawers of a chest, spray with Fabreeze and let dry. To keep it fresh, place a new drier sheet inside each cabinet or drawer. 13. If mold or mildew forms on a piece of antique furniture, dampen a soft cloth with a very mild bleach solution (two tablespoons of bleach to a quart of water) and wipe the affected area. Dry immediately with a soft cloth, then wax as stated above. 14. Heat dries out the wood of antique furniture, loosening joints. Keep your house at a comfortable level but not excessively hot in the winter. If you must keep the temperature up, put pans of water around to humidify the air or use a humidifier. The air will be healthier for you, too.
    Mar 10, 2015 2195
  • 13 Nov 2014
    Great new look to the site, Dan. The colors make navigation easier. I'll try all the features after you've finished the revisions. Thanks for alll your ideas and effort. Gary
    783 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • Great new look to the site, Dan. The colors make navigation easier. I'll try all the features after you've finished the revisions. Thanks for alll your ideas and effort. Gary
    Nov 13, 2014 783
  • 09 Sep 2014
    I am so excited for the new listing app, like a kid waiting for Christmas. I believe the iAntique classifieds is the most aggressive marketing tool that Brass Armadillo has developed for its dealers and the antique industry at large. This mobile app will allow the dealer to have an item up for sale as soon as they acquire it. Never before have dealers had a chance cultivate such a customer following by combining the world's internet population with the strong high traffic locations of The Brass Armadillo Antique Malls.
    621 Posted by Scott Gottula
  • I am so excited for the new listing app, like a kid waiting for Christmas. I believe the iAntique classifieds is the most aggressive marketing tool that Brass Armadillo has developed for its dealers and the antique industry at large. This mobile app will allow the dealer to have an item up for sale as soon as they acquire it. Never before have dealers had a chance cultivate such a customer following by combining the world's internet population with the strong high traffic locations of The Brass Armadillo Antique Malls.
    Sep 09, 2014 621
  • 28 Dec 2013
    There have been several recent changes in the way that craigslist handles listings for items to sell. One change is negative for us who have always used the "Share" feature to conveniently post items to craigslist directly from the iAntique Classifieds. Craigslist no longer allows links in their listings, so now we have to save the images & info from the iAntique listing and re-post to craigslist. It takes a minute or 2  longer, at least for me. The other recent change is positive: craigslist now includes a "more ads by this user" link, so that a viewer of one of your listings can click on to see all the things that you have for sale on craigslist. I am a staunch believer in posting to craigslist--it's impossible to know exactly how much my sales in the Mall have been affected by people coming in to view items that I've listed on craigslist, but I believe that at least 25% of my sales in the Mall are a direct result of craigslist. Also, of course, I'm a real believer in posting in the iAntique Classifieds. If  you haven't noticed recently the postings go right to the top of the search engines. If any member would like for us to do a show demonstrating how to use craigslist & the iAntique Classifieds most effectively, let me know, and Ian & I will put something together. Gary
    836 Posted by Gary & Carol Stover
  • There have been several recent changes in the way that craigslist handles listings for items to sell. One change is negative for us who have always used the "Share" feature to conveniently post items to craigslist directly from the iAntique Classifieds. Craigslist no longer allows links in their listings, so now we have to save the images & info from the iAntique listing and re-post to craigslist. It takes a minute or 2  longer, at least for me. The other recent change is positive: craigslist now includes a "more ads by this user" link, so that a viewer of one of your listings can click on to see all the things that you have for sale on craigslist. I am a staunch believer in posting to craigslist--it's impossible to know exactly how much my sales in the Mall have been affected by people coming in to view items that I've listed on craigslist, but I believe that at least 25% of my sales in the Mall are a direct result of craigslist. Also, of course, I'm a real believer in posting in the iAntique Classifieds. If  you haven't noticed recently the postings go right to the top of the search engines. If any member would like for us to do a show demonstrating how to use craigslist & the iAntique Classifieds most effectively, let me know, and Ian & I will put something together. Gary
    Dec 28, 2013 836
  • 19 Mar 2013
    Hi folks! We've got a BIG announcement on a special guest who will be coming to visit the Brass Armadillo in May! Tune in Thursday March 21 at 7:00pm MST for the Young Collectors Club on www.iantique.com to find out!
    2231 Posted by Denver Brass Armadillo
  • Hi folks! We've got a BIG announcement on a special guest who will be coming to visit the Brass Armadillo in May! Tune in Thursday March 21 at 7:00pm MST for the Young Collectors Club on www.iantique.com to find out!
    Mar 19, 2013 2231
  • 02 Dec 2011
    Why is it important to be involved in iAntique.com? The industry has weathered several years of shifting enthusiasm, and several indicators are showing very positive activity in the world of antiques and collectibles. Sales are indicating consumers are buying vintage items not only as collectibles, but for utilitarian purposes. And antique stores are full of items Made In America; and people are buying more solid items and less from the disposable products culture. Your involvement, means: (1) you are taking positive steps to rebuild the romance with antiques; (2) showing others your business in working to be more involved in the online world and part of an online community. Youll also be networking with other antique businesses that understand the need to be involved in the virtual world. If you run an antiques business, you should understand that sharing your ideas, thoughts and tips to operating your business with others isnt revealing secrets, its broadening the abilities of others in your industry. The more places working to revitalize the antiques market is good for every store around. We encourage strong outreach to younger antique collectors. The future involves reaching new customers and collectors. By taking your business outside your walls, you are able to reach a new group of people that may not have ever been to your store. Remember, the new collectors of today, can be the antiques dealers of tomorrow. What iAntique.com can do in your antique mall or shop: 1. Increase enthusiasm with your antique dealers. For the most part, other than occasional sales; the daily activity in the antiques business is pretty basic. Start a few new activities and see interest start to grow. The time is ripe for the rebirth of excitement to this industry. Weve seen it happen already. 2. In antique malls, dealer enthusiasm seems to equal better merchandise from the dealers. 3. What benefit is making short videos in our store / mall ? This is actually one of the more fun activities. We found that just making the videos, grabs peoples attention. Youll be asked What are you doing?, Whats it for, Where can I see it? Collectors love seeing what other people collect. Plus, with the popularity of social networking, people are spending more time on the Internet looking at topics they are interested in. We've found that doing a combination of booth tour videos, item specific videos and even workshops generates a lot of interest. 4. Video chats 5. What about listing items for sale on iAntique.com? Heres another great example of working in view of your customers / dealers. As you begin using iAntiques free classifieds system to list items for sale online, dealers and customers see your efforts and not only acknowledge your positive actions, but will actually share with other dealers and potential customers of whats going on in your store. 6. Allows networking between stores. 7. Classifieds 8. Dealers bring in better quality of merchandise when they feel good about what is going on in the store. Dealers see there are positive things going on to sell / promote their merchandise. 9. Changes in dealer attitude - to more positive. Dealers are able to communicate with other dealers in their area of collecting. =========== Steps an antique mall or store can take to become involved with iAntique.com online activities: (We provide you live video support to get all this done). 1. Obtain equipment to be involved in live events / chats. ( web cam, headset ) 2. Create a couple test classifieds. 3. Call a meeting with your dealers and explain to them how these activities will create new interests & enthusiasm. 4. Schedule a live event to broadcast from your store. Have a camera-friendly collector to give a ten or fifteen minute talk on what they collect. 5. Begin listing items in the classifieds. See the attached information about how to list items with the best success. 6. Create a few booth tour videos each week. Find that on-camera person that is knowledgeable and enjoys talking about antiques. Dont forget to create these videos during business hours - customers love to see things happening. And dont be shy about talking to customers about iAntique - by continuing their collecting interests after visiting, they will become stronger customers. 7. Schedule workshops & host live, online events. Give customers a reason to come back to your store, and you will give new customers a reason to visit.   If you would like to download this information, click here
    1313 Posted by Daniel Briddle
  • Why is it important to be involved in iAntique.com? The industry has weathered several years of shifting enthusiasm, and several indicators are showing very positive activity in the world of antiques and collectibles. Sales are indicating consumers are buying vintage items not only as collectibles, but for utilitarian purposes. And antique stores are full of items Made In America; and people are buying more solid items and less from the disposable products culture. Your involvement, means: (1) you are taking positive steps to rebuild the romance with antiques; (2) showing others your business in working to be more involved in the online world and part of an online community. Youll also be networking with other antique businesses that understand the need to be involved in the virtual world. If you run an antiques business, you should understand that sharing your ideas, thoughts and tips to operating your business with others isnt revealing secrets, its broadening the abilities of others in your industry. The more places working to revitalize the antiques market is good for every store around. We encourage strong outreach to younger antique collectors. The future involves reaching new customers and collectors. By taking your business outside your walls, you are able to reach a new group of people that may not have ever been to your store. Remember, the new collectors of today, can be the antiques dealers of tomorrow. What iAntique.com can do in your antique mall or shop: 1. Increase enthusiasm with your antique dealers. For the most part, other than occasional sales; the daily activity in the antiques business is pretty basic. Start a few new activities and see interest start to grow. The time is ripe for the rebirth of excitement to this industry. Weve seen it happen already. 2. In antique malls, dealer enthusiasm seems to equal better merchandise from the dealers. 3. What benefit is making short videos in our store / mall ? This is actually one of the more fun activities. We found that just making the videos, grabs peoples attention. Youll be asked What are you doing?, Whats it for, Where can I see it? Collectors love seeing what other people collect. Plus, with the popularity of social networking, people are spending more time on the Internet looking at topics they are interested in. We've found that doing a combination of booth tour videos, item specific videos and even workshops generates a lot of interest. 4. Video chats 5. What about listing items for sale on iAntique.com? Heres another great example of working in view of your customers / dealers. As you begin using iAntiques free classifieds system to list items for sale online, dealers and customers see your efforts and not only acknowledge your positive actions, but will actually share with other dealers and potential customers of whats going on in your store. 6. Allows networking between stores. 7. Classifieds 8. Dealers bring in better quality of merchandise when they feel good about what is going on in the store. Dealers see there are positive things going on to sell / promote their merchandise. 9. Changes in dealer attitude - to more positive. Dealers are able to communicate with other dealers in their area of collecting. =========== Steps an antique mall or store can take to become involved with iAntique.com online activities: (We provide you live video support to get all this done). 1. Obtain equipment to be involved in live events / chats. ( web cam, headset ) 2. Create a couple test classifieds. 3. Call a meeting with your dealers and explain to them how these activities will create new interests & enthusiasm. 4. Schedule a live event to broadcast from your store. Have a camera-friendly collector to give a ten or fifteen minute talk on what they collect. 5. Begin listing items in the classifieds. See the attached information about how to list items with the best success. 6. Create a few booth tour videos each week. Find that on-camera person that is knowledgeable and enjoys talking about antiques. Dont forget to create these videos during business hours - customers love to see things happening. And dont be shy about talking to customers about iAntique - by continuing their collecting interests after visiting, they will become stronger customers. 7. Schedule workshops & host live, online events. Give customers a reason to come back to your store, and you will give new customers a reason to visit.   If you would like to download this information, click here
    Dec 02, 2011 1313
  • 19 Sep 2011
    Does anyone have a copy of the elementary school reader "Singing Wheels?" It was published in the 40s by Row, Peterson, and Compnay and is one of the Alice and Jerry book series, although not about Alice and Jerry. I couldn't find it on Amazon or at the local Half-Price books. PLease contact me at kathiew7contacts@gmail.com
    1337 Posted by Katherine Whelchel
  • Does anyone have a copy of the elementary school reader "Singing Wheels?" It was published in the 40s by Row, Peterson, and Compnay and is one of the Alice and Jerry book series, although not about Alice and Jerry. I couldn't find it on Amazon or at the local Half-Price books. PLease contact me at kathiew7contacts@gmail.com
    Sep 19, 2011 1337