Yesterday's Magazette

February 14, 2012

Yesterday’s Magazette 2012 Issue Is Here!

(*This site is set up much like our printed version of YM. So it is very easy to navigate. On the right, you can start with the FRONT COVER and click your way down through the numbered pages to the BACK COVER, or skip around. It’s up to you. So enjoy! And don’t forget to subscribe. It’s FREE!)

Here are the stories you will find in our current issue:

1. I Had A Back Row Seat

2. Viewpoints/Comments

3. Little Winny The Conqueror

4. Those Who Fought The Good Fight

5. My Memories Of The 1940s

6. Murder At The County Home

7. Radio Voices Of Our Lives

8. Doll Photo Tells The Story

9. Growing Up With Barbie

10. My First Car

11. Sliding Into Home

12. Remembering Mr. Zuker’s Deli

13. Girl Scout Memories

14. Young Patriot At Gettysburg

15. Television And Fame In The 50s

16. Running Away From Home

… and much more!

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1 Comment »

  1. Yesterday’s Magazette, Volume 39, 2012 in printed edition, your last quarterly magazine, is a nostalgic keepsake indeed. I love the pictures on the cover featuring our men constructing, tie by tie, thousands of miles of train tracks that eventually connected our coasts, retired the Pony Express, set America on its course to monumental greatness. The cover also features a collage of several past YM magazines, an impressive sampling of four decades of historical stories, preserving memories for authors’ families, sharing them with fellow writers and the world for posterity.

    Thank you, Mr. Burke, for all your efforts in providing an efficient, relaxed, enjoyable reading journey for your readers in yesterday’s ‘past’ lane.

    Comment by Colette Sasina — February 20, 2012 @ 1:14 pm | Reply


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