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Old 02-16-2011, 08:09 AM   #1
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Electrical Design and Installation Magazine, by Joe McPartland

How many people remember this magazine when it was first published back in the early 90's?

I have the entire set.

Joe did a great job and was one of my mentors too!


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Electrical Design and Installation Magazine, by Joe McPartland

How many people remember this magazine when it was first published back in the early 90's?

I have the entire set.

Joe did a great job and was one of my mentors too!
back in the 90s if it didn't have a fold out i didnt't "read" it

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back in the 90s if it didn't have a fold out i didnt't "read" it
Yeah, right you were reading the mag
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