Browse Items (41 total) for Evelyn Birkby Collection

Mayfair Auditorium was the home of KMA Radio. Women pictured are, from left, Bernice Currier, Doris Murphy, Evelyn Birkby, Ann Mason (visiting specialist from New York), Adella Shoemaker, and Edith Hansen.

Leanna Driftmier had the long-running "Kitchen Klatter" radio show on KMA in Shenandoah, Iowa.

Robert Birkby was the husband of KMA radio homemaker Evelyn Birkby. Looking out window to the right are Larry and Luanne Barnard, Dulcie Jean Birkby, and Bob Birkby.

Scrapbook compiled by Evelyn Birkby; chiefly contains clippings from "Up a country lane," Birkby's weekly homemaking column in the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel newspaper.



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"First Country Lane column scrapbook, 1949-1954.…

Scrapbook compiled by Evelyn Birkby; chiefly contains clippings from "Up a country lane, " Birkby's weekly homemaking column in the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel newspaper.

Scrapbook compiled by Evelyn Birkby; chiefly contains clippings from "Up a country lane," Birkby's weekly homemaking column in the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel newspaper.

Scrapbook compiled by Evelyn Birkby; chiefly contains clippings from "Up a country lane," Birkby's weekly homemaking column in the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel newspaper. Scrapbook also includes awards presented to Birkby by Iowa Press Women, Inc. in…

Scrapbook compiled by Evelyn Birkby; chiefly contains clippings from "Up a country lane, " Birkby's weekly homemaking column in the Shenandoah Evening Sentinel newspaper.