December 2017
Outdoor Life;Dec2017/Jan2018, Vol. 225 Issue 1, p8
The article offers information on several gifts for the holiday season, featured in previous December issues of the periodical from 1914 to 1983. Topics include a soap paste suggested by fishing editor Ray Bergman in 1954, for deodorizing anglers and their gear; electric mittens that appeared in 1964 in Christmas gift advertisements; and a caged canary, a safety device which designed for use in a tent or cabin occupied by more than two hunters.


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