It's wonderful, the things you can find buried in the walls of old houses. This copy of the Ladies' Home Journal is dated 1917. Although much of it has been chewed by mice (or maybe squirrels) there are some pages that are more or less intact. The colour and print is clear and bright, which is amazing for a magazine printed on newsprint quality paper, which is almost 100 years old. It will be great to take the pages that are almost intact and frame them. What a history these old relics hold. The times these houses have seen. If only they could talk. And I guess they do, in their own way.