Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Three Wire Winter Collection

The 1st issue collection of Three Wire Winter includes oral histories from Bill Higbee, Ralph "Snowball" Herberlee, Beulah Combs, and Grace Luekens.

The magazine features Wayne Light, Bill Higbee, Ralph "Snowball" Marion Herberlee, Elsie Franz, Thelma West, Beulah Combs, and Grace Leukens, as well as remedies, recipes, and a feature article on the Remington Strawberry.

Table of Contents
"Scratch"
Wayne Light: Weather Observing
Bill Higbee: Scrimshaw: Art on Ivory
Mountain Medicine Men
Ralph "Snowball" Marion Herberlee: Snowball
Old Recipes are Tasty Too!
Elsie Franz: If I Could Talk to the Animals
Thelma West: "When I get to hell I'll have more seniority over everybody..."
Beulah Combs: Tatting: An Endangered Art
How to Tat
Poems
The Remington Berry: Steamboat's First Boom
Subscribe & Poem by Bethany Craighead
Oral Histories from Issue #01, Winter 1976
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Bill Higbee Interview
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Bill Higbee Interview
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Ralph "Snowball" Heberlee Interview
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Ralph "Snowball" Heberlee Interview
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Beulah Combs Interview, Part 1
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Beulah Combs Interview, Part 1
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Beulah Combs Interview, Part 2
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Beulah Combs Interview, Part 2
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Grace Luekens Interview
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Grace Luekens Interview
  • Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Lloyd Williams Interview
    Issue #01, Winter 1976 - Lloyd Williams Interview