TMC Newsletter Volume 2, Issue 4, May 2023

Were you able to attend our TMC Spring Marble Show? Carroll Collier and our Board produced a fine marble experience. With the Bluebonnets in bloom, it took a great display of marbles to compete; Carroll, our vendors, and guests gave the Bluebonnets good competition.

We had several rooms open Thursday evening; Friday was a very active evening—the Board covered the cost of our evening meal; 10 to 15 rooms opened before and after the evening meal. We set 25 tables Saturday. Six new collections came in; Joe Levell made marbles ‘just outside the back door’; and we had great walk-in activity. After completing our Spring Show, we start planning for our Fall Marble Show in October.

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TMC Newsletter February 2023

This issue of our TMC Newsletter starts us on a new and exciting marble year. Our TMC Shows in 2022 reflected attendance that reached pre-pandemic levels if not exceeding 2019 shows.

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TMC Newsletter November 2022

Our TMC Board is delighted to be sending you Issue 6 of our TMC Newsletter. We try to publish four newsletters a year; some years we make it and some we don’t.

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TMC Newsletter Volume 2, Issue 3, September 2022

Our TMC Board is delighted to be sending you Issue 6 of our TMC Newsletter. We try to publish four newsletters a year; some years we make it and some we don’t.

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TMC Newsletter Volume I, Issue 5, February 2022

Our TMC Board is delighted to be sending you Issue 5 of our TMC Newsletter. We try to publish four newsletters a year; some years we make it and some we don’t.

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TMC Newsletter Issue 1, 2021 

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TMC Newsletter Issue 2, 2021 

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TMC Newsletter Issue 3, 2021 

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TMC Newsletter Issue 4, 2021 

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This issue of the Newsletter is devoted to Akro Agate Marbles – 2019 

The Akro Agate company started in 1910 in Akron, Ohio. Their first packaged-for-sale marbles were made by M.F. Christensen. They moved and began production in Clarks-burg, West Virginia in 1914. They first made slag marbles. Akro was purchasing marbles from M.F. Christensen in those early years. 

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