THE  STYRENE SHEET  ARCHIVE

Besides buying and building these bloody distractions, I am currently the Editor for Silicon Valley Scale Modelers club.

For many years now, its newsletter has been named " The Styrene Sheet ". If you'd like to see samples of our past, check

my archive of PDF copies for years since 2006 (the last year any available on club website www.svsm.org) ENJOY - mb

 

 THERE IS NOW ALL of 2000 THROUGH 2020 IN THE ARCHIVES NOTED BELOW, ENJOY PAGING THROUGH OUR STORIED RECENT PAST

  NOW UPLOADED,   months of  OSS (Original Styrene Sheet) along with my  TAMS (The AfterMarket Sheet) to each accompany /or follow OSS in same month, which will be better explained by reading TAMS for AUG 2012

August 2012 TAMS now relocated to SHEET ARCHIVE 2012 (4-12-17)

NOW FOR SOME EXPERIMENTS

 IN TIME TRAVEL

During 2014, I had a series called " The WayBack Machine " going on within TAMS, utilizing material from the original club archives, which seemed to be well received. That series mostly had 1970s and 1980s vintage items, as those archives ceased to be maintained after 1985.

Then for 2016, created a new Archive page (Sheet Archive -1) where the original material each Time Travel published, is then moved from here.

With January 2016 experiment, I began 01-04-16 with scanned copies from my own collection, of Original Styrene Sheet (a name which the Newsletter didn't have until early 90's) with first time out collecting a set on theme of OSS 10, 20, 30 years ago that month (January) On it goes...

Perhaps those of you who know how ephemeral an organization or a publication can truly be from their own experience firsthand, will smile as I share where some have been as a club & modelers...   on record

August 30 2017 sees now Editor MickB continuing adds to archive of  1988 1998 2008 past issues, here first, then sort into Sheet  Archive 2008  for 2008 and Sheet Archive 12, 13 for prior to 2000 .

October 02 2017 sees a break as latest TAMS (September) has not any WayBack Machine in it. Forecast for October TAMS at earliest for return

November 04 2017 proves frenetic and fruitful. Latest TAMS (October) as it turned out, no room for WayBack Machine. November TAMS perhaps?

December 2018 sees Editor return to manicure this archive more tenderly and in better stead. To be sure it has been a rough year for him, yet managed finally to complete promised 2017 archive and begin 2018, see first ones at right -

June 2019 finds the Editor able to somehow recraft the effort in these here Archives to put things in perspective, catch up 2018 work and begin anew

The EIGHTH Time Travel (2017) moved to complete Sheet Archive 2 now, a Sheet Archive 3 will be created to store next run of these Time Travels as the time permits to even do them. Below is a place marker for Ninth Effort.

The OSS (Original Styrene Sheet) has managed to be carried on in its last set format of 10 pages maximum (as determined by print/copy/fold to be sent with a single First Class postage standard) fairly regularly since 2017

The TAMS (The AfterMarket Sheet) which this Editor began for his own odd reasons in 2012, has been suspended for publication as of 2018. As it requires much more time to do than practically available, which pains him for the extra 25 to 38 pages came in handy per month for journalism need.

NOVEMBER 2019 finds now TWO issues of TAMS managed to make print

DECEMBER 2019 sees a THIRD TAMS for PUBLISHING (dated as NOV)

AMAZING JOURNEY in FIRST THIRD OF 2020 sees ANOTHER TAMS !!

 A GUIDE WHEN LOOKING FOR THOSE 2001 thru 2018 SHEETS 

(and now carrying on here  3 more months of  2019

Note ALL the 2016 Archive loaded in Sheet 2016 Archive, as same for all 2017 published material is now in  the Sheet 2017 Archive

RELOCATED to SHEET ARCHIVE noted, via DROP DOWN on this page

ALL 2015 OSS & TAMS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2015 as of 4-11-17

ALL 2014 OSS & TAMS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2014 as of 4-12-17

ALL 2013 OSS & TAMS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2013 as of 4-12-17

ALL 2012 OSS & TAMS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2012 as 4-12-17 

ALL 2011 OSS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2011, with "text stubs" 4-13-17

ALL 2010 OSS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2010 "with index stubs" 4-16-17

ALL 2009 OSS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2009,   "with index stubs" 4-16-17

ALL  2008 OSS moved to SHEET ARCHIVE 2008, NOW with "text stubs", as well last 3 of 2007 OSS (when I resumed being Editor after many years away...) 

FIRST PART of 2007 OSS moved SHEET ARCHIVE 2007 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2006 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2006 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2005 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2005 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2004 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2004 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2003 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2003 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2002 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2002 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2001 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2001 "with index stubs"

ALL of 2000 OSS now resides in SHEET ARCHIVE 2000 "with index stubs"

  NEW FIRST PORTION OF 2020 Original Styrene Sheet UPLOADED  05-05-20

NOTE THERE WAS AN AFTERMARKET SHEET (TAMS) DONE anew

and  NOW ON THE DECK HERE FOR YOU

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OSS_FEB_2020.pdf OSS_FEB_2020.pdf
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OSS_MAR_2020.pdf OSS_MAR_2020.pdf
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NINTH FOR 20xx TIME TRAVEL in the Wayback Machine. REPRISE VOLUMES with simple theme: Back in the days (2008) when  Burton & Ferrante  resumed, 1998 when we didn't have Electronic Mail Publishing as our standard  or even further back, (1988) when we thought having a 8 page landscape orientation newsletter was a pretty big accomplishment. Alan Wolcott proved a Great Editor too

PLACEHOLDER TEXT NOW SO DON"T WONDER ABOUT IT> SEE SHEET ARCHIVE 2 for the COMPLETE EIGHTH TIME TRAVEL for Sep-Dec 88, 98, 08 world

DEC 1988:   Onset of NEW IPMS Journal is announced,  Alan Wolcott reveals E-Board about to jump ship, announces also IPMS USA now only 2500 strong

DEC 1998 : Star Wars on the cover, SVSM is at near highest recorded MiGS but less than high recorded for SJSM, B-26 Marauder review, other neat stuff

DEC  2008: Ferrante gives Burton an Editor break, NW Scale Modelers announce "Mighty Eighth" show for early 2009. 

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