Look left. The Burda At A Glance Archive is a clickable link to a couple of files containing the At A Glance pages from my (admittedly recent) issues, in a Google Group I set up for this purpose. After I did that, I discovered that Google Group has a 10 Mb file size limit.
The good news is that Kay The Sewing Lawyer has very kindly given me access to her scans - 86 pages of them, including covers, which are nice eye candy. Thank you, Kay! I cheerfully compiled all of them into a single pdf file: 137 Mb! Obviously, this file can't go into the Google Group I set up.
I can shrink it some by: 1. omitting the covers (1/3rd size reduction); 2. converting the colour jpgs to greyscale gifs in Photoshop before compiling the pdf. I've been playing with that, with some success, but Photoshop has a bit of a learning curve, I'm still looking for a way to batch do it to all the tech drawings at once, not one by one. In any event, the file will still be bigger than 10 Mb unless I start splitting it into teeny bites, and that wasn't quite what I intended.
What I'm heading towards now is finding a better, more transparent free file hosting site than the one I tried originally, post my pdf or pdfs there, and re-jig the link at left.
If any of you know of a really good file hosting site with large file size limits, let me know. Like I said originally - a work in progress, and work, life, sewing etc all get a bit in the way of getting it finished.