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Vintage Old Farmer's Almanac Articles

Cover Year
1956 Old Farmer's Almanac Cover - RF Cafe 1956
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1974 Old Farmer's Almanac Cover - RF Cafe 1976
1979 Old Farmer's Almanac Cover - RF Cafe 1979
1984 Old Farmer's Almanac Cover - RF Cafe 1984

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1976 Old Farmer's Almanac Articles


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