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73 Amateur Radio Today

1960-2003

New Hampshire: 73 Magazine

“73 Magazine (also known as 73 Amateur Radio Today) was a United States-based amateur radio magazine that was published from 1960 to 2003. It was known for its strong emphasis on technical articles and for the lengthy editorials in each issue by its founder and publisher, Wayne Green.” – Internet Archive.

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Airfix Magazine for Plastic Modelers – Scale Modeling Magazine

1960-1992

UK: Knightsbridge

“Airfix Magazine was the first British magazine dedicated to the hobby of plastic modelling. It was launched in 1960 in association with the model kit company Airfix, and ceased publication in 1993. It covered various scale modelling subjects, including aircraft, railways, ships, vehicles (military and civilian), and military figures.” – Wikipedia.

American Aircraft Modeler

1968-1975

Reno, Nevada: Potomac Aviation

No history of this magazine was found. Edward C. Sweeney, Jr. was the president of the publisher, Potomac Aviation of Reno, in the last issues that we have. American Aircraft Modeler Magazine.

American Woodworker

Popular Woodworking – American Woodworking Magazine Website

1989-1999

U.S.

Published by Home Service Publications, a division of Readers’ Digest, for woodworking hobbyists. American Woodworker Magazine back issues online. Woodworking crafts magazine pdf. Furniture and cabinetmaking magazine pdf.

Ancestry

1994-2010

U.S.

“Ancestry Magazine was a general interest genealogy magazine owned by Ancestry.com Operations Inc. The magazine began as Ancestry Newsletter, a small, genealogy-industry newsletter in 1983, and became a four-color, 68-page, glossy print, bimonthly publication in 1994. After more than 25 years in print, the magazine was discontinued with the March/April 2010 issue.” -Wikipedia. Google magazines, Ancestry back issues online.

Australian Model Engineering

ca 1994-2004

Higgins, Australia: Australian Model Engineering Pty Ltd.

This magazine appears to focus on model trains much larger than “toy trains”; these are often large enough for people to sit on. Craft Magazines Free.

B&O Modeler

B&O Modeler Magazine Website

2005-2011

U.S.: B&O RR Historical Society

“The B&O Modeler Magazine is a publication of the B&O RR Historical Society produced for the purpose of disseminating B&O modeling information. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Historical Society exists for the furtherance of historical research into the history of the B&O Railroad Company; education of the public in the history, purpose and social benefits of railroading with emphasis on the role of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company …” – B&O RR Historical Society.

Brick Journal

Brick Journal Website

2013 – Present

Brick Journal

“BrickJournal magazine is the ultimate resource for LEGO® enthusiasts of all ages. It spotlights all aspects of the building community, showcasing events, people, and models in every issue, with contributions and how-to articles by top builders worldwide, new product intros, and more!” – Publisher. These are incomplete issues, for free promotional use.

Creative Knitting

2007-2015

Indiana: Annie’s

Creative Knitting magazine was a publication by the Annie’s publishing house in Berne, Indiana. Apparently the magazine has been discontinued, but Annie’s continues to publish magazines on other sewing and needlework crafts such as crochet, cross-stitch, and quilting.

Crochet Today

Crochet Today Magazine Website

2006-2014

U.S.: Future

“Your magazine for fresh and modern crochet patterns!” – Publisher.

DieCastX – Model Car Magazine

DieCastX Magazine Website

2005-2009

Connecticut: AirAge Media

“Die Cast X, the #1 die cast magazine, takes an insider’s look at collecting and the history behind diecast cars and trucks. With award-winning journalists, industry pros and renowned photographers contributing expertly written editorial and visually compelling photography, Die Cast X connects the car lover to the diecast world by focusing on the styles and personalities behind the greatest vehicles. Each issue shows how leading designers and manufacturers translate full-size vehicles into exact scale models, as well as how diecast models have helped shape the automotive industry and motorsports.” – DieCastX Magazine Website.

Family Handyman

2015

U.S.

Furniture & Cabinetmaking

Furniture & Cabinetmaking Magazine Website

2015-2016

UK: GMC Publications

“The only woodworking magazine focused exclusively on fine furniture making. It reports the latest styles, reflects the best of contemporary design, and also respects the traditions of the past. It features projects and technical articles for design makers regardless of skill level.” – Publisher.

Good Woodworking

2014-2016

U.S.

Handyman Variety

Magazine Website

1958-2016

U.S.: Various publishers

A mix of several titles, including Family Handyman, Workbench, and Home Handyman.

Hobby Magazine Collection

1920s-2016

Various Publishers

Many hobby magazines through the 20sh and early 21st centuries. Titles include: Australian Model Engineering, Radio Control Car Action, Model Airplane News, Model Military International, Hobbies Weekly, Scale Aviation Modeler, Airfix, Mecanno, Workbench.

Knitting Magazine Collection

Magazine Collection

Various publishers

This collection of about 900 knitting magazines on the Internet Archive includes numerous titles from many publishers, issued over many years. Some titles: Love Knitting, Knit Now, Patons’ Baby Favorites, Crochet Today, Jane Austin Knits, Creative Knitting, more.

Meccano

Meccano Magazine Website

1916-1981

UK: Meccano

“Meccano is a model construction system created in 1898 by Frank Hornby in Liverpool, United Kingdom. The system consists of reusable metal strips, plates, angle girders, wheels, axles and gears, and plastic parts that are connected using nuts and bolts. It enables the building of working models and mechanical devices. In 1913, a very similar construction set was introduced in the United States under the brand name Erector. In 2000, Meccano bought the Erector brand and unified its presence on all continents.” – Publisher.

Model Railroader

2009

U.S.

Popular Electronics

1954-1963

U.S.

Radio Electronics

1982-1991

U.S.

Scale Aviation Modeller

Scale Aviation Modeller Magazine Website

1994-2009

UK: SAM

“Offers the latest news, previews, and product information on aircraft modeling. Regular features include reviews of the latest kits, information on decals and other accessories, air combat history, and an events calendar and directory of clubs and societies.” – Internet Archive. Hobby magazines pdf. Scale Aviation Modeller Magazine.

Sewing World

2015-2018

U.S.

Taunton’s Fine Woodworking

2015-2016

U.S.

Threads (needlework)

1985-2013

UK

Wood

1984- 2015

UK

Woodcraft

2015-2016

U.S.

Woodturning

2014-2016

U.S.

Woodworker & Woodturner

Woodworker & Woodturner Magazine Website

2015-2016

UK: MyTimeMedia

How-to magazine for the home craftsman. Woodworker & Woodturner Magazine.

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