Christmas Clothing Trade, Knitting Lessons, and Other Barter Agreements

This installment of an ongoing barter agreements feature includes contributions from an Arkansas man who exchanged Christmas clothing with his colleagues at work and a bed-ridden Tennessee woman who gave her nurses knitting lessons in trade for yarn and books.



barter agreements - illustration of men trading Christmas clothing
When your Christmas clothing leaves much to be desired, why not barter it away.?
Illustration by Jack Vaughn
barter agreements - illustration of knitting lessons for nurses
A Tennessee woman laid up in bed gave her nurss knitting lessons in exchange for yarn and books.
Jack Vaughn
barter agreements - realtor's assistant
A Colorado college student earned a little income putting up and taking down "For Sale" signs for a real estate agency.
Jack Vaughn
barter agreements - duck punt
The duck punt of Cadron Creek, Arkansas was well-bartered; one man accepted it in exchange for his auto mechanic services, then traded it to his brother for a .22 hunting rifle, who then traded it to a friend for some rabbits.
Jack Vaughn











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