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Volumes 1 (1976/77) - Volume 20 (1995-1996)

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M

Marcus, Jim

  • Painless Balustrades: 3:1 (11-14)

Massie, Don

  • Photographing a TSC Cover: 6:3 (36-39)

McWhirter, David C.

  • Overhead Dado Router Fixture: 10:2 (37-38)

Miller, William S. “Bill”

  • 18th Century Lyre Table: 10:4 (17-19)
  • 19th Century Accessory Table: 15:3 (27-28)
  • 3 Variations on a Piano Theme: 11:2 (5-11)
  • A Duncan Phyfe Window Bench: 7:1 (13-15)
  • A Queen Anne Desk: 11:1 (17-21)
  • A Voysey Table (c. 1906): 9:2 (45-46)
  • Backgammon and Tennis Tables: 17:3 (33-38, C3)
  • Billiard Tables in Half-Inch: 17:1 (41-46)
  • Building a Weiman Desk: 9:3 (35-38)
  • The Chicago Chair: 13:4 (39-42)
  • Craftsman in the Kitchen: A Visit to Bill Miller's Workbench: 8:3 (26)
  • Colonial Bedsize Step-Tables: 19:1 (43-47)
  • Contemporary Colonial Cracker Barrel: 19:4 (44-48)
  • Dart Board and Cabinet: 17:2 (37-39)
  • Early American Tavern and Curio Hanging Shelves: 19:2 (43-46)
  • Filling the Gap...Conservatory Tables: 14:3 (45-48)
  • For the Nursery: Infant Furniture (c. mid 20th C): 18:1 (11-20)
  • For the Sake of Clean Hands: Hepplewhite & Shaker Washstands: 20:1 (44-48)
  • Four Variations on a Theme: the Canterbury (c. 1800-1825): 7:4 (14-20)
  • Four Versions of the Essential Beside Cabinet: 11:4 (33-36)
  • Foyer and Console Tables with Benches: 14:2 (43-48)
  • A Georgian Book Table: 12:2 (20-22)
  • Georgian Lowboy, Wellington Hall (c. 1990): 14:4 (38-42)
  • Keyhole Chest of Drawers: 10:1 (24-28)
  • Kit Bashing a Settee from some Queen Anne Chairs: 6:3 (27-28)
  • A Lady's Writing Desk (Sheraton-style, American, c. 1800): 13:3 (35-39)
  • Lyre-back Italian Settee: 9:1 (47-50)
  • Murray Hill 9-9-3-3...1940's Phone Bench & Stand: 14:1 (37-39)
  • A Nineteenth Century Sofa Table: 13:2 (19-23)
  • Octagonal Card Table: 16:3 (41-44)
  • Outdoor/Indoor Corner Chair: 15:1 (44-45)
  • Post Modern Design: Paris Hall Chair: 13:1 (36-39)
  • A Pembroke Table (c. 1790): 12:1 (20-24)
  • Porringer & Cricket Tables: 17:4 (37-43, 47)
  • Queen Anne Fixed Head Day Bed (c. 1730-50): 6:2 (17-20)
  • Queen Anne Spice Chest (c. 1740-1750): 8:4 (4-8)
  • Queen Anne Style Coffee Tables (20th C.): 12:4 (36-38)
  • Roman Curule Chairs (c. 1810-1814): 7:2 (4-8)
  • Shaker and New England Hooded Cradles: 18:3 (29-34)
  • A Shaker Writing Desk (c. 1810-1830): 18:2 (17-20)
  • The Shakers & Chaucer: Canterbury Tables & a Backdoor Valet: 19:3 (19-24)
  • Slant Top Desk-on-Frame (c. 1730-1750): 16:1 (41-46)
  • Small Hepplewhite-Style Sideboard (c.1775-1780): 12:3 (13-16)
  • Step-Top Hightop (c. 1750-70): 10:2 (15-19,23)
  • Three Utilitarian Furniture Pieces: 15:4 (34-37)
  • Time on Your Hands: Two Case Clocks: 11:3 (29-34)
  • Two Eighteenth Century Cellarettes (c.1750-1775): 8:3 (19-25)
  • Two Silver Chests: The Difference a Leg Makes: 9:4 (33-36)
  • The Valet Chair: 8:2 (20-22)
  • A Welsh Cupboard, Huntboard, & Table (c.1650s): 18:4 (18-24)

Murphy, John H.

  • From Can Opener to Disc Sander. 4:3 (41-43)
  • Hand Turning Tools: 5:4 (46-49)
  • Primer on Plastices: 5:3 (48-51)

O

Ottewill, John

Plastic Jigs and Fixtures: 8:2 (37-82); 8:3 (39-44)

P

Peck, Donald

  • Bending Hardwood for Miniatures: 12:2 (39-42)
  • Bending Hardwood: Continuous Arm Windsor: 12:4 (18-21)
  • Bending Hardwood: Thonet-Style Bentwood Rocker: 13:1 (21-23)
  • Bending Hardwood: Vienna Dining Chair (Sears, c. 1897): 12:3 (29-32)
  • A Coffee Table Plus...The Butler's Table: 14:2 (23-24)
  • Contemporary Walnut Veneered Liquor Cabinet: 13:4 (25-29)
  • Hanging Around a Joint Like This...Tenons & the Trestle Table: 13:2 (45-48)

Postman, Noreen

Shanandoah Design's Dough Box: 9:2 (18-21)

Postman, William “Bill”

  • Baking Day: Modifying Plastic Miniatures: 6:2 (22-26)
  • Building a 1937 Cord: 5:1 (5-9)
  • Finishing Plastic Furniture: 5:3 (41-43)
  • Hand Decorated Furniture: Two Alternatives: 8:4 (9-12)
  • Shaker Commode Chair (Pleasant Hill, KY): 8:5 (25-29)
  • Shaker Wood Box From Pleasant Hill (c. early 19th Century): 8:6 (14-17)
  • The Used Look: A Distresed Finish for a Kit Settle: 8:2 (10-11)

R

Radcliffe, Robert R.

  • A Miniature Chess Set: 5:2 (51-52)
  • Miniature Chess & Checker Boards: 6:4 (38-40)

Rankine, Alex & Judy

  • Charlton House Kitbash: (Part 1) 4:3 (19-26); (Part 2) 4:4 (41-46); (Part 3-Conclusion) 5:2 (45-48)

Ratajesek, Kirk

  • Fretwork Miniatures: 6:2 (42-45)

Rawdings: Dolores

  • Getting the Job Done...Lady's Cylinder Desk, c. 1790: 9:2 (23-28)

Reifel, Jack

  • Making Special Purpose Hinges: 6:1 (45-48)
  • Special Techniques in Miniature: 6:2 (8-12)

Reppert, John C.

  • An Eastlake Secretary...from Basic Tools: 5:3 (28-37); 5:4 (16-26)

Roubal, Wm. T. (Ted), Ph.D.

  • Casablanca Ceiling Fan with a Built-In Motor: 8:1 (18-23)
  • Direct Current Power Supply: 8:3 (45-46)
  • Dollhouse Power Supplies: 9:4 (41-42)
  • Enhancing the Realism of a Miniature Grandfather Clock: Adding Pendulum Motion and Tic-Toc Sound: 8:4 (36-43)
  • Fashioning Items in Glass for Miniature Settings: 14:2 (5-12)
  • The Home Workshop: Ted Roubal Talks about His Multi-disciplinary Shop Facilities. 8:4 (44-45)
  • A Kitbashed Fluorescent Light: 15:4 (45-48)
  • Lathe Spindle Indexing & Lathe-Mounted Dremel Tool: Part 1 (Lathe Spindle Indexer) 12:3 (44-48); Part 2 (Lathe-Mounted Dremel Tool Holder) 12:4 (41-42)
  • Lighted Working Doorbell: (Part 1) 11:4 (25-28,32); (Part 2) 12:1 (43-48)
  • Lighting Fixtures in Miniature (A Photo Essay): 10:3 (17-20)
  • Screen Printing for Miniature Settings: Screen Printing Basics and Equipment: (Part 1) 13:3 (35-39); (Part 2) 13:4 (45-48)
  • Small Lathes for Miniatures, A Review: 13:1 (25-35)
  • Small Metal Lathe: A Tool of Many Uses: (Part 1) 10:3 (45-50); (Part 2) 10:4 (20-24); (Part 3) 11:1 (51-56); (Part 4) 11:2 (43-48); (Part 5): 11:3 (38-44)
  • Some Topics on Dollhouse Lighting: Using Voltage Dropping Resistors and Light Emitting Diodes: 9:1 (43-46)

Russo, Suzanne

  • Artwork for Two-Sided Photoetching: 7:4 (52-55)
  • Basic Carving with an X-Acto Knife: 6:1 (4-9)
  • For the Fun of It: A Serpentine Table: 6:2 (4-7)
  • Hardware Drawings for Profile Photoetching: 7:2 (41-45)
  • Ornamental Golden Oak Table: 16:1 (37-40)

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