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  • Avatarrfireman
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    First off, these ARE NOT for sale I’m just really curious. Would anyone have even the slightest idea what the worth of these books might be? All are in exellent to very good condition.
    1. Iowa Parks 1919
    Conservation of Iowa Historic, Senic and Scientic Areas
    pub. 1919 by the state of Iowa.

    2.Waterfall In Iowa
    By Jack W. Musgrove Museum Director, State Dept. of History and Archives
    Ill. by Maynard F. Reese
    Publ. by State Conservation Comm. 1943

    3. Waterfall In Iowa
    By Jack W. Musgrove Museum Director, State Dept. of History and Archives
    Ill. by Maynard F Reese
    Publ. By State Conservation Comm. 1947

    4. Iowa Fish and Fishing
    by James R. Harlan and Everett B Speaker
    Ill. by Maynard F Reese
    Copyright April 20, 1951
    Publ. 1969 State of Iowa
    Iowa Conservation Comm.
    😯 😀 😀 :question:

    AvatarTysonT
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    Priceless… old history books are awesome, especially the books about things you love.

    Avatarrfireman
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    Kinda my thoughts exactly! 😀

    Avatarhoytarcher
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    you guys are bad, get a guy wondering, then…..

    I saw that Iowa fish and fishing book in an antique shop not too long ago. That is why i am curious, anyone know?

    larry

    AvatarTysonT
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    Chatty… you should buy it and then let me know what its worth. or let me know where its at so i can buy it before you. 😀 😈

    Avatarrfireman
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    Bad????????????? :mrgreen: Who me????????? 😉

    AvatarTysonT
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    oops I meant larry… you know what i mean.

    Avatarrfireman
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    Tyson, What small town near W’loo

    AvatarTysonT
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    Denver

    Avatarhoytarcher
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    I will tell you where it is at if you wish. It is a fantastic antique shop in fort madison. He has a ton of books, and other things.

    It is on 6th st, I believe, right between Ivy bake shop, and the accountants office, on the east side of the road.

    larry

    AvatarTysonT
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    Ft. Madison is a little too far out of my way for a book… guess I dont want it too bad.

    Avatarrfireman
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    My post, so I’m going to take it a little south for a second.
    Tyson, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your sevice to this GREAT country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

    AvatarTysonT
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    Your welcome, I love my job and love doing it. Meet a lot of awesome people doing what I do. So Dunkerton is not to far from Denver is it… could possibly get together to hunt/fish some time.

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    Avatarhoytarcher
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    Quote by: rfireman

    My post, so I’m going to take it a little south for a second.
    Tyson, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your sevice to this GREAT country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😀

    Dittos.

    If you want that book, I will get it for you next time I am down there. Let me know.

    larry

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