Get your internet hands on an old woodworking magazine
If you’re an Old Arn kind of woodworker, you might have heard the name “The Deltagram” before. But I’m guessing most of you haven’t. I surely hadn’t before today (and I am an old arn kind of guy). What’s “The Deltagram,” you ask? Well, it was a mini-magazine published by Delta from 1932 until 1972. Between the covers, there are tips, techniques, and furniture plans. There’s even a reader’s gallery, showing off the work of “Delta craftsmen.” So, why am I telling you this? Well, “The Deltagram” has long been lost for most us, but no more. The website This Old Workshop has come to an agreement with Delta that allows them to put up two issues of “The Deltagram” a month. The scaned and in PDF format. You’re able to download them for free. (Direct link.) I looked at the two issues that are up now (the first and last to be published) and they’re cool. Take a look. Enjoy.