- In This Issue. St. John, Jon // Mortuary Management;Jun2014, Vol. 101 Issue 6, p10
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including comparison between foreign-made and American-made caskets, anecdotes about funerals, and the advantages and disadvantages of posting prices online.
- Fair Warning, Mr. Gaffer. Kircher, Ralf // Saturday Evening Post;9/23/1944, Vol. 217 Issue 13, p30
Presents an anecdote about purchasing an Early Pennsylvania Dutch Pie Table.
- The ultimate do-it-yourself project. // Health (Time Inc. Health);Sep94, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p111
Presents an anecdote on Al Carpenter's homemade caskets. Materials needed; Variety of uses in the meantime for casket made for future use.
- Uncommon tables. Richardson, Julia // Australian House & Garden;Jun95, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p64
Features tables from different manufacturers. Includes Steel Designs; Iron telephone table from Le Forge; Roman table from Art of Stone.
- Benchtop router tables. Barrett, Jim // Woodworker's Journal;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p68
Evaluates benchtop router tables. Features to look for in benchtop router tables; PortaNails Universal Router Table; Porter-Cable Heavy Duty Shaper Table; Rebel Router Table; Sears `Best' Router Table; Sears Industrial Router Table; ShopCenter; Skil Number 98107; Veritas Router Table Top;...
- Cooke puts ...50k on the table. // Cabinet Maker;06/12/98, Issue 5092, p41
Details the amount of the table in Great Britain that will be used for an European summit.
- Bed mates. Jensen, Alison // Australian House & Garden;Sep96, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p68
Presents photographs of bedside tables in Australia. Types and designs of bedside tables; Brand names and prices.
- Small wonders. Mahoney, K.; McNamara, J. // House Beautiful;Sep90, Vol. 132 Issue 9, p76
Discusses how small tables, whether far-out or traditional, can add a shot of style to any room. Several examples.
- Decorator's favorite coffee tables. Donovan, Joe // House Beautiful;Aug92, Vol. 134 Issue 8, p78
Looks at the coffee table, an indispensable part of any seating group that can present a design problem. Shows how 14 decorators solve the problem.