Series: Country Ideals

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Country Ideals 1967 v24 #1 by Mary Jane TonnV. 24
Country Ideals 1989 v46 #4 by Ideals Publications IncV. 46
Country Ideals 1990 by Ideals Publications IncV. 47
Country Ideals 1993 v50 #4 by Tim HamlingV. 50
Country Ideals 1994V. 51
Country Ideals 1995 v52 #4 by Ideals Publications IncV. 52
Country Ideals 1997 by Ideals PublicationsV. 54
Country Ideals 1998 by Ideals PublicationsV. 55
Country Ideals 1999 by Ideals Publications IncV. 56
Country Ideals 2000 by Ideals Publications IncV. 57
Country Ideals 2002 v59 #2V. 59
Country Ideals 2003 by Michelle BurkeV. 60
Country Ideals 2004 v61 #3 by Ideals Publications IncV. 61
Country Ideals 2005 by Ideals Publishing Corp.V. 62
Country Ideals 2006 by Ideals Publishing Corp.V. 63

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