Hey guys, my wife dragged me out to an "antique" market with another couple this afternoon, and I was dreading the whole thing. And sure enough, for the first half of this gargantuan complex, it was pretty boring. The only thing that kept me going was that my wife and I are collecting martini shakers, and we found a few as we were going through (and, surprisingly enough, about half a dozen stuffed Alf's from the television show of the same name - not that we bought any, but it was kind of weird). At any rate, in the last aisle was a veritable treasure. Two rather large "booths" had archives of magazines, maps, and calendars. I model June 1980 on my layout, and believe it or not, I found myself a Life from May 1980, and a 1980 calendar. I'm gonna have to head back when I have more time and nobody to hurry me up (because of course the women weren't interested in that booth), and I'll probably be able to find quite a bit more. I'm gonna use some of the ads in the Life magazine to create billboards; and I'll put the calendar up on the wall of the layout room when I have it. So, just a point, if you have something like this locally, you may want to check it out. The magazine only cost me $2.