Homelite Sawdust Newsletter

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Homelite Sawdust Newsletter

Post by undee70ss » Dec 21st, '16, 19:55

Homelite Sawdust (a newsletter that was sent to Homelite dealers) is now available for Homelite enthusiasts. these came from the Chainsawlady. The issues starts at No.3 Dec 1952 and ends at Nov-Dec 1970. There are 798 pages total, a lot of Homelite history here. Files can be downloaded here http://www.leonschainsawpartsandrepair. ... ation.html Click on the Sawdust tab!!!

There are only a couple of issues missing, No.1 (I assume Oct 1952) and No.2 (I assume Nov 1952), No.16 Jan 1954 and No.61 Dec 1957. I have a copy of Jan 1954 but it is on the funky copy paper they used during that time (almost like brown cray paper). It is hardly even readable in my hands, and so far I have been unable to get a readable scan from it. If anyone knows a source of these issues (originals, digital copies even pics from a smart phone would work) please let me (or Leon) know and I can add them to the collection.


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Re: Homelite Sawdust Newsletter

Post by undee70ss » May 9th, '17, 18:00

The 1957 file has been updated. It now includes No. 61 Dec 1957, which is about the grand opening of Homelite's Gastonia North Carolina plant.
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Re: Homelite Sawdust Newsletter

Post by chy_farm » May 10th, '17, 00:44

Hi Undee thank you for sharing bunch of these historical records of Homelite. Went through some, also found another fun in seeing fashion of ladies in those pics changes from time to time, some are nice reminiscing to me. Will enjoy more.
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