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of purpose and spirit

cabin in the woods

 We would like to thank our good friends Cheryl & K.C. Jones,
 of  Bellevue, MI, for contributing to our line of primitive greeting
 cards.  Card  numbers  61, 78 and 123 share some of their
 interesting 'country' things.

arnetts country store

As you can see from card numbers 53, 54, 55, 57,112, 120, 124 and 125.
Stacee and Bruce Droit have a truly beautiful 1800's log cabin to call their
home.  Many thanks to them for sharing it with us all.  Please visit their website
at  www.arnettscountrystore.com .

early farm primitives

A heartfelt thank you to Mary and Phil de Buhr of Downers
Grove, IL, for sharing their wonderful home and log cabin, as
shown on card number 89.   Go to www.mdbantiques.com
 for more of Mary's country/primitive antiques.

box on shelf

We offer special thanks to Steven Stout and Robert Strauss
of Ann Arbor, MI, for sharing with us their extraordinary
early antiques.  Card numbers 132, 142, 143 and 154
are a sampling of their collection.  Please contact them at:
    734-358-6848 Robert
    734-358-6517 Steven


 A sincere thank you to Darlene Lesicko of Waterloo, IL,
 for the opportunity to make use of her vast collection of
 primitive antiques, as shown on cards  66, 76 and 180.
 For more offerings, contact Darlene at 618-939-4128.

ginny curry antiques

We are most grateful to Ginny and the late Bill Curry of Lancaster, OH for
the pictures on card numbers 98, 100, 147, 155 and 179, which are an
example of their exceptional collection of early antiques and unique home.
They offer excellent primitive antiques and wares in their log cabin shop, and
also sell log cabins themselves.  For more information go to their website,
www.currysantiques.com .

patricia and ron klopmeyer

With heartfelt gratitude to Patricia and Ron Klopmeyer of Freeburg, IL, for all
their help.  We offer card numbers  99, 107, 108, 110, 170, 174, 175 and 176
from their remarkable home and collection of primitive antiques.  Selling their
wonderful early antiques at several shows, you can contact them at 618-233-7377
for more information.

sweet annie's

Sincere thanks are offered to Cheri and Jim Campbell of Bishop Hill, IL for sharing
their historic home and very special early antiques which provided card numbers 111,
114, 119, 122, 171 and 177.  Go to their website for more information on their shop,
'Sweet Annie's', as well as their wonderful bakery.

miller house antiques

We thank Linda and Ralph Miller for the opportunity to photograph their historic log
home in Carroll, Ohio.  Cards #144 and #149 are just examples of their amazing
collections and you can see more of what they sell at www.picturetrail.com/millerhouseantiques .  


Thanks to Heather and Trevor Shreves, of Metropolis, IL,  for allowing us to
visit their homestead.  Card #159 offers a good look of their cabin's interior.
Please visit their facebook page ,'Cabin Creek 1812', and see more of their
 homestead.  They sell a variety of  antiques, make-dos and other items that
we think you will find interesting.

denine bremer stoud

A thank you to Denine Bremer of Dixon, MO, for  welcoming us to her homestead.
Cards #160 and #162 offer a glimpse of the many interesting things on her homestead.
To see more of the homestead and what Denine has to offer, please visit her facebook
page, 'Dry Creek Cabins'.

simple goods

The following websites are a wonderful source of information  for
country primitives and antique show:


hannahs house

Go to Hannah's House Antiques, specializing in country
primitives and collectibles.  Website is www.rubylane.com/shop/hannahshouseantiques

country village antiques

Go to  Country Village Antiques  for a large offering from many dealers.

vicky daniel

Fine early antiques can be found at Vicky Daniel's website,
www.antiquesatcreeksidefarm.com .

 deb connelley

Offering an excellent look at 19th century wares, Debbie Connelley's
website can be viewed at "The Keeping Room" .