Dr. Edwin Kilbourne Sr. served the Korean people as a missionary. His photography of post-war Korea helped raise awareness and support in the USA and abroad. Summers found the Kilbourne family... More > resting at beautiful Taechon Beach on the West Coast of South Korea. His photography did not rest there, and this calendar is a journal of natural beauty from that place.< Less
A sampling of watercolor paintings from Thomas B. Sherman depicting various scenes along the Potomac River. The complete set of paintings has been published in a 180-page book entitled "On the... More > Potomac River" by Douglas E. Campbell and Thomas B. Sherman. The book takes the reader from the very origins of the river at a place called The Fairfax Stone, down its 383-mile journey (including past Washington DC) all the way to Smith Point Lighthouse where the Potomac flows into the Chesapeake Bay. The calendar makes a nice addition to the book.< Less
Taechon Beach 2015 "The Golden Years" A 12 month calendar with pictures from Taechon Beach and the missionary community that spent their golden summers there. "The Golden... More > Years"
Photos by Ed Kilbourne Sr., Betts Huntley, Chang-Si, Thomas Park, The Underwood Collection, Larry Thie, and Peter VanLierop. This calendar features photos from the "Golden Age" of Taechon Beach, from the late 1950's to 1990.< Less
The 2015 Taechon Beach Calendar rereleased featuring 12 more recent photos of Taechon Beach, Korea.
Previously released as the 2011, 2013, 2014 Taechon Beach Calendar. Check "Preview" to... More > review photos.< Less
A different view of trees. This calendar features the internal structure of ancient and modern trees. Wood anatomical patterns are among nature's most pleasing. Some fossil woods are beautifully... More > preserved and show anatomical details that allow studying their relationships to present-day woody plants. Each month features a different fossil wood locality or woody plant group.
Dates for Arbor Days around the world are provided to ensure you never miss an opportunity to celebrate trees (and their wood - secondary xylem). Other important days to observe, for example, Chocolate Cake Day, Pi Day, Bugs Bunny's birthday, are also noted.
Profits from the sale of this calendar go to support fossil wood research and curating the InsideWood web site. http://insidewood.lib.ncsu.edu< Less