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This Old House July August 1997 by Stephen L. Petranek13
This Old House, No. 17, March / April 1998: Spring Maintenance Guide by Stephen L. Petranek17
This Old House Magazine, May 1999 (No. 28) by Jill Connors28
This Old House Magazine, December 1999 (No. 34) by Donna Sapolin34
This Old House Magazine, January/February 2000 (No. 35) by Donna Sapolin35
This Old House Magazine, October 2000 (No. 42) by Donna Sapolin42
This Old House Magazine, December 2000 (No. 44) by Donna Sapolin44
This Old House Magazine April 2001 "Colonial Makeover From Top To Bottom" by Donna Sapolin47
This Old House Magazine : July/August 2001 (Opening Up, Adding On) by Donna Sapolin50
This Old House Magazine : October 2001 (Save Time, Save Money) by Robert Wilson52
This Old House Magazine November 2001 "Restoring American Tradition" by Donna Sapolin53
This Old House Magazine January / February 2002 "New Meets Old - Reinventing a Historic Home" by Donna Sapolin55
This Old House October 2003 by David Sloan72
This Old House Magazine, June 2004, Decks by David Sloan79
This Old House Kitchen & Bath Issue. July/August 2004. by David Sloan80
This Old House Magazine, Issue #85, January/February 2005 by Scott Omelianuk85
This Old House March 2005 by Scott Omelianuk86
This Old House Magazine, Issue #87, April 2005, Build A Better Backyard by Scott Omelianuk87
This Old House Magazine May 2005: Inside the Ultimate Remodel by Scott Omelianuk88
This Old House June 2005 by Scott Omelianuk89
This Old House July/august 2005 by Scott Omelianuk90
This Old House September 2005: Annual Kitchen and Bath Special;Split a Log in One Swing;Refinish a Front Door;Perfect Lawn in 6 Easy Steps by Scott Omelianuk91
This Old House October 2005 by Scott Omelianuk92
This Old House, December 2005 Issue by Scott Omelianuk94
This Old House March 2006 by Scott Omellanuk96
This Old House April 2006 by Scott Omellanuk97
This Old House July/august 2006: Kitchen & Bath Ideas by Scott Omelianuk100
This Old House, September 2006 by Scott Omelianuk101
This Old House, November 2006 Issue by Scott Omelianuk103
This Old House, December 2006 Issue by Scott Omelianuk104
This Old House, November 2007 Issue by Scott Omelianuk113
This Old House, December 2007 Issue by Scott Omelianuk114
This Old House, April 2008 Issue by Scott Omelianuk117
This Old House Magazine May 2008: Patios, Decks & Porches by Scott Omelianuk118
This Old House, June 2008 Issue by Scott Omelianuk119
This Old House, August 2008 Issue by Scott Omelianuk120
This Old House, September 2008 Issue by Scott Omelianuk121
This Old House Magazine October 2011 by Scott Omelianuk153
This Old House April 2012 New Season, Fresh Looks For Every Room In the House (39 Smart Ideas Reinvent Your Laundry Room, and more) by Scott Omelianuk157
This Old House May 2012 Reinvent Your Rooms with Color (70 Pages of Problem-solving Advice, Easy Garden Path how-to, Give your backyard a French Cafe feel, and more) by Scott Omelianuk158
This Old House June 2012 47 Low Cost Makeover Ideas (39 Tips for Your Best Garden Ever; Get it for Pennies; and more) by Scott Omelianuk159
This Old House October 2012 (50 Easy Upgrades under $100) by Scott Omelianuk163
This Old House Magazine November December 2012 (Cozy Colorful Makeovers) by Scott Omelianuk164
This Old House, March 2013: Fresh DIY Ideas! by Scott Omelianuk166
This Old House (April 2013) by Scott Omellanuk167
This Old House (July 2013 (Special Interactive Issue)) by Scott Omelianuk170
This Old House, No. 175, January / February 2014: 37 Creative Ways to Save by Scott Omelianuk175
This Old House (March 2014) by Scott Omelianuk176
This Old House, No. 179, June 2014: 42 Easy Upgrade Ideas by Scott Omelianuk179
This Old House, No. 181, August 2014: $728.000 Giveaway! by Scott Omelianuk181
This Old House Magazine October 2014 by Scott Omelianuk183
This Old House, No. 184, November / December 2014: Add Charm to Every Room by Scott Omelianuk184
This Old House, No. 185, January / February 2015: 28 Creative Ways to Save by Scott Omelianuk185

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