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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 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 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.

On May 15, 1950, Evelyn Birkby debuted her radio program, "Up a country lane," (later re-named "Down a country lane") on radio station KMA in Shenandoah, Iowa. Adapted from her weekly local newspaper column with the same title, the program featured a…

Sons of Ed and Eleanor Maynard of Chicago, who were friends of Robert and Evelyn Birkby.