Life magazine in great condition dated April 11, 1938 published by Roy E. Larsen. This is a wonderful 70 page magazine with so much information, pictures, stories and advertising. Note that a sticker was removed from the front page and a corner torn from the back. A great find sold just as found.
Life Magazine Special Double Issue Dec. 24, 1965 with The U.S. City, It's Greatness At Stake on the cover. It has articles of different cities and their problems with wonderful advertising and many more stories. It has 174 nice pages but the cover and back has been disconnected but are still there. It is sold as found.
Life Magazine with The Nixon Era Begins on the cover dated Nov. 15, 1968. It has exclusive White House photos, many advertisements of the times including pages of Mattel toys, article on The Bomb Halt Decision and much more. There are 130 great pages of this Life Magazine in great, as found condition.
Life Magazine, Dec. 6, 1963 with such a sad, memorable picture on the front cover. It has stores and pictures on Kennedy's last journey with stories on Brenda Frazier's ordeal and so many more articles and stories on 160 great pages. Nice condition, as found.
Life Magazine,May 12, 1952. Good Shape,Photos show all Minor Defects: with a few curled edges bottom right front,cover is 1 inch loose at spine bottom left corner,little piece of the red paint on cover at bottom front cover is missing but No Holes, All Pages lay Flat and are Intact. Interesting Stories,Korean War Boss,Ridgway replacing MacArthur, and Eisenhower,Ted Williams Homer and Goodbye as he Joins the Marines, Tallulah Bankhead Kissing Johnny Ray the Playboy, Great Period Ads and lots more Stories.Ships best as Media Mail-$3.00 Domestic USA.
Life Magazine dated April 12, 1968 with Martin Luther King on the cover and the story of his death, plus articles on President Johnson and so many more stories of the times. It has 108 pages of stories, articles and great advertising.
Sports Illustrated 1975 Sept-dec Magazines Lot Of 15
This is a wonderful set of 15 back issues of Sports Illustrated. All the magazines are in nice, clean condition. They had belonged to my grandfather and my grandmother had them safely stored away. They have no writing in them and no missing pages. Covers and bindings are intact, except for 1 noted below. Mailing labels have been crossed out. The issues are all from 1975 and they include: September 1, 1975 - A Rebel Muscles In Record Wrecker Brian Oldfield September 8, 1975 - College Football 1975 Go Sooners! Oklahoma #1 September 15, 1975 - Boxing's New Barnum Promoter Don King And The Stars Of The Thrilla In Manilla September 22, 1975 - Pro Football Issue Big, Bad And The Best The Steelers' Mean Joe Greene September 29, 1975 - Devine Week For Notre Dame Quarterback Rick Slager October 6, 1975 - Four In A Row? Oakland's Reggie Jackson ***Front cover is separated off from magazine October 27, 1975 - Pro Basketball Issue George McGinnis New Muscle In The NBA November 3, 1975 - A Series to Shout About November 10, 1975 - He's Frantastic! Tarkenton Propels The Undefeated Vikings November 17, 1975 - A Violent Sport Turns Vicious November 24, 1975 - It's A Runner's Game...And The Pros Like Cal's Chuck Muncie December 1, 1975 - College Basketball Issue The Hoosiers Are No.1 Center Kent Benson December 8, 1975 - Texas A&M Stakes Its Claim Bubba Bean Shreds Texas December 15, 1975 - I Want Ali Again George Foreman Plots His Comeback December 22-29, 1975 - Double Issue- Sportsman Of The Year: Pete Rose
Life Magazine June 25 1965 The Tiger's Kill & Gemini 4
This back issue is Volume 58, Number 25. It is in very nice, clean condition with NO tears or writing. No loose or missing pages. Just to mention, the pages are yellowed from age. Postage label on the front has been blackened out. Contents include: The Tiger's Kill Photographed in the Jungles of India On the Ground, but still walking on air, McDivitt and White are welcomed home and write about Gemini 4 I.W. Abel: Steelworkers Hardnosed Boss Rise and Surprise of Sybil Burton How G.O.P. rivals destroyed themselves. Goldwater's lasting mark on the nation. Hawaii exports a new style: cut-down pajamas Martin Buber, the great Jewish philosopher, dies at 87 Wonderful vintage advertisements from Kellogg's, Schlitz, Canada Dry, Kodak.
This back issue is Volume 58, Number 4. It is in color and is in nice, clean condition with NO torn or missing pages or writing. The pages are yellowed from age and the edges do show some wear. Also, the center 4 pages have separated from the spine. Postage label on the front has been blackened out. Contents include: The Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson The U.S. Mission to Mars - Mariner The Epic of Sir Winston Churchill Sukarno, Indonesia's President Wonderful vintage advertisements from Quaker Oats, Johnson & Johnson, Miss Clairol and Sunkist.
Life Magazine October 1 1965 Alaska 49th State & W Mays
This back issue is Volume 59, Number 14. It is in color with a pull out cover and is in nice, clean condition with NO tears, writing or missing pages. Just to mention, cover is a little loose from the spine (by the staples)and pages are yellowed from age. Postage label on the front has been blackened out. Contents include: Land of risks and high promise Alaska - 49th state In Color Willie Mays Hurtles to the Finish Toughest Woman in Real Estate - Cecilia Benattar Astronauts Meet the Cosmonauts Wonderful vintage advertisements from Dr Seuss books, Swanson Dinners, Birdseye and Simmons.
Life Legends The Century's Most Unforgettable Faces
1997. First Edition. Hardcover book with dust jacket. 176 pages containing LEGENDS The Century's Most Unforgettable Faces. From Muhammad Ali to Darryl Zanuck, thirty color and ninety eight black and white illustrations. Quoted from the dust jacket There are some people whose 15 minutes will never be up. They are beyond well-known, more than famous. They are legends. Their mark on our consciousness is permanent. Albert Einstein will still be revered 100 years from now;Marilyn Monroe will still exemplify vulnerability; Adolf Hitler will still embody the unspeakable. These people are mythic. We all recognize their names and we all can tell their stories. And since the lives of the legendary tend to intertwine, they have often commented on one another. We've gathered those observations as well, to combine the rarest and most extraordinary photographs of our immortals with the most enlightening of remarks about them. The notorious, the glamourous, the unforgettable human milestones of our century: From the editors of LIFE, the ultimate chronicler of our times, comes a treasury of the legends we claim as ours. Excellent condition, including the dust jacket. The previous owner's name is stamped neatly on the inside of the back cover. Thanks for looking!