Lehman’s big non-electric catalog is wonderful. It has gadgets and gizmos you didn’t even know existed. Things like a table top hand crank pressure washing machine (40.00) or a natural peanut butter stirring lid. It has all the homestead essentials you’d expect. Things like oil lamps and woodstoves and propane fridges. But it also has soap and butter molds, single cup coffee presses, and cast iron waffle makers for a stovetop. It has all the gardening stuff you could need for a small operation and backyard poultry supplies too. This catalog has been a staple of the Amish community for years, but for us regular folks it has a lot of clever things that are hard to find old and don’t need to be plugged in to be used.
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