Got one. Actually, a reprint of one published in 1969. I'm thinking about ordering some latches and hinges from it. It states right in there on page 3 "This one book, if preserved, can be used for sending us orders and for reference for several years." According to the eight pages of ordering instructions I can even ask to have them shipped express. While I'm at it I may go ahead and order some paint. It's only 98 cents per gallon.
It's been fun looking through this. It's such a great reference for what life must have been like when this house was built. I'm surprised at how many things in here I actually own. My kitchen table, an old oak secretary, some odds and ends. There's also a whole bunch of stuff I wish I owned. And a few I'm glad I don't, such as Dr. Rose's Arsenic Complexion Wafers. Um, Hello? You're turning pale because your about to DIE.
Ah, here's a cast iron tub for $24 and a farmhouse sink for $11. I'd better get my order form ready. I don't suppose I could order them online?