Volume 27, Number 8 - January, 1972

Volume 27, Number 8 - January, 1972

Here’s the January, 1972 Hinky Dinky News.

The pdf files are searchable, providing you’re using a relatively up to date version of Adobe Reader on your computer.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 
Volume 23, Number 3 - Fall-Winter, 1967

Volume 23, Number 3 - Fall-Winter, 1967

Here’s the Fall-Winter, 1967 Hinky Dinky News.

The pdf files are searchable, providing you’re using a relatively up to date version of Adobe Reader on your computer.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 

This document was a long time awaiting publication. It’s finally up for you to read. As time goes along I hope to supplement it with photographic illustrations and other materials.

The history may be accessed from anywhere on the site on the list of “pages” on the right.

Here’s a convenient link:

Hinky Dinky History

 
Volume 22, Number 4 - July-August, 1966

Volume 22, Number 4 - July-August, 1966

Here’s the second installment of the Hinky Dinky News pdf files.

The pdf files are searchable, providing you’re using a relatively up to date version of Adobe Reader on your computer.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 
Volume 22, Number 1 - January-February, 1966

Volume 22, Number 1 - January-February, 1966

I’ve begun the process of scanning a collection of vintage Hinky Dinky News publications for inclusion on this site. There are a couple of dozen in my possession (courtesy of Uncle Bob).

I’m going to try to plow throught he scanning over the next couple of weeks and begin adding them to the site at the rate of a couple per week.

If you have some more of these in your posession or any other documents you think would make a good addition to the site, please let me know.

The pdf files are searchable, providing you’re using a relatively up to date version of Adobe Reader on your computer.

I hope you’ll enjoy looking at these.

Click the cover to view the pdf file.

 
Highslide JS

Front cover of the recently-acquired Lyle DeMoss cookbook.
Front cover of the recently-acquired Lyle DeMoss cookbook.

When I get a chance, I’ll reproduce some of the biographical information about the late Mr. DeMoss, a venerable Omaha broadcaster. Perhaps in the meantime, someone reading this can explain the Hinky Dinky connection.

 
Highslide JS

Rare and valuable paperback book, late 1920s.
Rare and valuable paperback book, late 1920s.

Google it. These seem to fetch about $125 a pop!

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