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.
CONDITIONS VARY - PHOTOS ARE ONLY SAMPLE CONTENTS SHORT STORIES THE TERRIBLE SECRET...OLAF RUBEN THE DOCTOR DIDN'T UNDERSTAND...WILLIAM SAROYAN THE FLYING WIFE....ROBERT CRAIG BOTTS AND THE DAY THE DAM BROKE...WILLIAM HAZLETT UPSON ARTICLES TV'S MIDNIGHT MADNESS...ROULO TUNLEY THE FACE OF AMERICA: THE NORWEGIAN-AMERICANS...PHOTOGRPH BY IVAN DMITRI SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WADERS...EVAN HILL THE TWO FACES OF MIKHAIL MENSHIKOV...STEWART ALSOP SENOR SHORTSTOP OF THE WHITE SOX...ED PRELL ADVENTURES OF THE MIND 9: THE COMING EXPLORATION IN SPACE...FRED L. WHIPPLE THE LADIES GO CAMPING...GEORGE S. WELLS THE SURGEON WHO HATED THE KNIFE...JOHN KOBLER SERIAL I MARRIED MURDER (SIXTH OF EIGHT PARTS)...EDWIN LANHAM A DAY IN MONTE CARLO (THIRD OF SIX PARTS)...MARTHA ALBRAND COVER BY KURT ARD
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.
Rockwell Saturday Evening Post Aug 16, 1947 Item specifics - Magazine Back Issues Condition: Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. No missing pages. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab... Read moreabout the condition Subject: News, General Interest Issue Type: Weekly Publication Name: Saturday Evening Post Month: -- Publication Year: 1947
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
July 21 1967 Life Magazine Gus Hertz Vietcong Prisoner
LIFE MAGAZINE JULY 7, 1967 ARTICLES INCLUDE: THE SECRET FIGHT TO FREE GUS HERTZ FROM THE VIET CONG MIRAGE-STYLE LINGERIE ANIMALS OF EAST AFRICA VOICEPRINTS NEW KING OF TONGA WHISKEY AND INK FONTEYN & NUREYEV
July 7, 1967 Life Magazine Honda Marijuana Us Coast Gua
INCLUDED IN THIS ISSUE OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials A new, blue, cheerless Galbraith Oratorical overkill on the flag bill Reviews Movie: Up the Down Staircase, reviewed by Richard Schickel Theater: The circus canines, reviewed by Tom Prideaux Guest Column A tourist at the Vietnam war. By Bayard Hopper THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES Marijuana's Turned-on Millions The use of the illicit drug has increased spectacularly and alarmingly. The facts, myths and hidden dangers. By Albert Rosenfeld On the Newsfronts of the World A king pleads the Arab case People and events around the globe The Presidency Eye to eye at Holly Bush. By Hugh Sidey The U.S. Coast Guard The proud American service keeps vigil against perils of the sea. The first of two parts. Photographed by George Silk. With a bosun, riding a 44-footer through hell and high water. First Family's First Grandchild The nation shares President Johnson's delight over the birth of Patrick Lyndon Nugent, and Luci describes the excitement of her new motherhood. The Swindling of an Art-loving Millionaire How Algur Hurtle Meadows was duped into buying a $1.5 million collection of paintings that have mostly been judged fakes. By William A. McWhirter Great Dinners Part 42: Blueberries in the pot, a down-East delicacy, to top off a feast of clams in cream and beef in wine jelly. By Eleanor Graves
Life Magazine July 23 1945 Peggy Ann Garner Berlin
LIFE'S COVER: PEGGY ANN GARNER -- Peggy Ann Garner, one of the three talented youngsters featured in LIFE's picture essay on child movie actresses (LIFE, Feb. 26), has just reached stardom as the lead in the movie comedy Junior Miss (see pp. 51 to 53). Born in Canton, Ohio, Peggy Ann studied dancing in New York, had jobs as a child Powers model before going to Hollywood, where she had her first bit part in Little Miss Thoroughbred. Big parts in Jane Lyre and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn followed. She is now 13, 5 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 104 lb. [RARE and HISTORIC World War II, WWII WARTIME Edition!] SPEAKING OF PICTURES -- Carol Janeway's Tiles Have Fanciful Designs! THE WEEK'S EVENTS BERLIN -- Americans find enemy's capital bears the marks of allied destruction and Red Army's occupation. In this trench Hitler may have been cremated. Hitler's last stand in his Reichchancellery. DID Adolf and Eva Die here? This is the evidence in Hitler's ROOM, by Percy Knauth. [MANY photos] Editorial: Reconversion; Eclipse. Suzy from Shangri.La, by Shelley Mydans -- Pretty WAC Corporal comes back from 47 days with two men in a wild valley of New Guinea. (Margaret Suzy Hastings) Canadian Soldiers Riot in England. U. S. Army Rule Fails to Stop Fraternization with German Girls. Los Angeles Divorce Mill -- Los Angeles frees many more mismated couples than Reno. ARTICLE: Yeep! Yeepl Amerikansk Yeep! by Joe Weston -- The Neutral Swedes go wild over their first look at a battle scarred U. S. Army Jeep. PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: New World Charter, Photographs by Gjon Mili. Herbert Vere Evatt, by John K. Jessup -- Australian is Conference hero. SCIENCE: Plexiglas Models Help Soldiers Study Weapons. The German Space Mirror -- NAZI men of Science seriously planned to use a man made sattelite as a weapon for conquest. (Verry Interesting!) MOVIES: MOVIE of the week: Junior Miss -- PEGGY ANN GARNER plays role of ernest teen-age troublemaker. PLUS: Peggy Ann Garner sees Coney Island. [photos] MEDICINE:Veteran Without Hands -- Army film shows how an amputee learns to get along with hooks. OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editors. LIFE Goes to the Pansy Breakfast. Miscellany: Harrow Meets Baseball -- American Airmen give an exhibition of the U. S. National sport to puzzled English Schoolboys. LIFE'S PICTURES: Most of the pictures of LIFE's survey of bomb.shattered Berlin (pp. 19 to 27) were taken by 32 year old William Vandivert, LIFE's tallest photographer (6 ft. 5 in.). Before he covered the European end of the war through France, Belgium, Holland and Germany, Vandivert saw action in China, India and Burma. He was inEngland during the Battle of Britain, in Albania during the Albanian war. In addition, he has managed to spend considerable time in Hungary, Panama, Cuba, Switzerland, Ireland and Brooklyn. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: MOVIE AD: John Hersey's A BELL FOR ADANO, Starring Gene Tierney, John Hodiak, William Bendix, Directed by Henry King. KATE SMITH for General Electic radios!; PACKARD; CAMELS; MORE
Life Magazine July 30 1945 Germany Surrender Papers
Life Magazine July 30th, 1945 80 pages Articles Include: Speaking of Pictures - Children make fascinating shadows on the sand Displaced persons swarm across Europe Editorial: America and Russia Patrice Munsel Doesn't Shock Met Pros and Cons testify at Charter Hearings Presidential Cap - Truman Surrender Papers Are Displayed in Washington - National Archives Article - Kamikaze by John Hersey Photographic Essay - American Songs Farming - Postwar Jeep Science - German Space Mirror Movies - You Came Along Medicine - Men Starve in Minnesota Art - Louvre Art returns Art - Paintings show ground strafing = paintings show what US fliers see during low altitude attacks Movie ad for Scandals with Joan Davis and Jack Haley Full page Coca Cola ad on the back - Brazil - Copacabana Beach
COVER: In the wake of the war: KOSYGIN at the U.N. -- Summit at Glassnboro.Kosygin and Johnson with interpreter in Glassboro. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: SPEECHES AND A SUMMIT: In the wake of the Mideast war, Soviet sight- seers come looking for an argument--and get one from Abba Eban in the U.N. Meanwhile, Arab stragglers wander across the Sinai sands and refugees are rounded up in Gaza. A sudden summit session between Johnson and Kosygin startles and delights Glassboro, N.J. THE WINNINGEST BORN LOSER: GEORGE PLIMPTON is a one-man gang of sports and letters. His pad is cluttered with the fallout of all his careers. By Sylvia Wright. THEATER: MELINA MERCOURI: a hot wind from Greece blows on Broadway. Photographed by Gordon Parks. [GORGEOUS Full page photos!] FLORENCE TROUBLES AND TREASURES: Clearing up after the flood, experts discover hidden art beneath Renaissance frescoes. SPECIAL REPORT: An Israeli artist tells how he answered the call to arms--from Expo 67. NATURE: Noble zoo of the Mad Marquess of Bath. SPENCER TRACY: A distinguished director writes about his friend. He could wither you with a glance. By Stanley Kramer. [NICE article, with photos of them both ] 'NO ONE CALLED ME NI*GER': A personal statement. By Gilbert Moore. IDEAS IN HOUSES: Part 24: Palace on the beach where East and West do meet is at the seashore. Some people don't get this house. By Stephen Mahoney. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials: What not to expect from the U.N.; The congressional ethics gap. Reviews: Book: Nigel Nicolson's Diaries and Letters of Harold Nicolson, reviewed by Alistair Cooke. Music: Gunther Schuiler's The Visitation, reviewed by Paul Moor. TV: The Anderson Platoon, reviewed by Stephen Heckscher. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: The surprises of the mail. By Shana Alexander.
Life Magazine June 4 1945 Wwii To The American People
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS The BAttered Face of Germany Editorial: Food for Europe Bogart Marries Bacall Home Builders Stand in Line Three Days for FHA Permits Nazi Poison Vials Cabinet Appointments Reflect Political Swing to the West English Seashore Resorts Reopen U.S. Bases in the Postwar Pacific CLOSE-UP San Francisco Chef, by Robert de Roos The Lives of Winston Churchill: Part III by Charles J.V. Murphy and John Davenport PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Richard Wright's Black Boy, Photographs by George Karger MEDICINE Prisoners Expose Themselves to Malaria ART Primitive American Art MODERN LIVING New Sun Lamp Paris Stylists Show Fashions on Dolls SPORTS Girls' Basketball NATURE Courtship of Birds, Paintings by Roger Tory Peterson OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor Speaking of Pictures: Miss Lace is GIs' Heroine LIFE's Reports: No More Monkey Suits, by Donald Nugent LIFE Visits Connecticut College LIFE's Miscellany: Symphony in Manilla LIFE'S COVER America's Military leaders plead on this cover
THE JUNE 18, 1945 ISSUE OF LIFE MAGAZINE ON THE FRONT COVER IS U. S. CONGRESS ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE ARE AS FOLLOWS: AMERICAN BATTLE FOR OKINAWA, 24 HOURS IN THE LIFE OF A FOOT SOLDIER, RED EUROPE, NAVEL ACADEMY GRADUATE IS KISSED, B-29 RAIDS GROW BIGGER, PLUS MUCH MORE LOTS OF VINTAGE WORLD WAR ADVERTISEMENTS
Life Magazine April 2 1945 Sub Deb Clubs Great Ads
Life Magazine April 2nd, 1945 120 pages No label on the cover Articles Include: Speaking of Pictures - Milwaukee polar bear presents her new baby Allied armies vault the Rhine War Cemetery - Henri-Chapelle, Belgium MacArthur comes home to ruined Manila Old-clothing collection for war victims begins Kennebunkport ousts unwanted mural Academy awards draw 5,000 hysterical spectators Article - Control of Germany Close-Up - Ernie Pyle Photographic Essay - Sub-Deb Clubs Science - Hollow charge concentrates blast in single jet Movies - Sydney Greenstreet does deft movie murder Religion - Morgan Library illuminated manuscripts tell Easter Story Music - Budapest string quartet composed of four Russians Army Counter-Attack with Paul Muni Coca Cola ad on the back American Customer as seen in Italy
Life Magazine Simpson Of The Ninth March 12,1945 Wwii
TITLE: Life DAY: 12 MONTH: March YEAR: 1945 VOLUME: 18 EDITION #: 11 COVER SUBJECT: Simpson of the Ninth ARTICLES (Title or subject/author/photos and/or illustrator) Letters to the editors / photos Speaking of picturess pillboxes look like a lot of other things / photos of disguised English pillboxes and beach defenses Lifes Reports - GI crime in France / Mary Welsh The Allies drive for the Rhine / photos of: - Night artillery by the Roer River - Pontoon bridge to Julich, Germany - Dead soldier on pontoon bridge Life photographer George Silk records grim little incident of U.S. Combat Engineers at one of the Roer Pontoon Bridges / photos of German grenade and mortar ambush on pontoon bridge U. S. armed might - We dominate the sea and air and our specialty is range Picture of the week / photo of Commander Harold Stases with Governor Thomas Dewey The curfew: Nightclubs and bars throw out all their customers at midnight / photos of: - The Diamond Horseshoe, early Sunday and Monday mornings - Closing time at Sammys Bowery Follies Marines win bloody barren sands of Iowa / photos of: - Advancing U. S. Marines in the battle of Iowa Jim - Battlefield near Mount Suribachi - Burning amphibious tractor and buried pillbox - Blue Beach No. 1 - Dead Marine on the beach - Wrecked landing equipment President speaks / photos of President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressing joint session of Congress on the Yalta Conference Europe wants freedom from shame / G. A. Borgese / photo of Giuseppe Antonio Borgese Bubble Bath / 5 photos of the filming of Lucille Bremers bath scene in MGM Studios Yolanda and the Thief Eisenhower jacket starts new fad / photos of General Dwight D. Eisenhower and fashion models Fox Trapping / New York State Law enforces humane methods of catching the animals for their furs / photos of Trapper Millard Babcock, his equipment, and prey Glass - Oldest American industry finds many new uses / photos of factory floor scenes from the Corning Glass World and the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. It is made into fibers and fabrics / photos of fiberglass and yarn weaving It can do strange but useful things / photos of: - Heat-resistant Glass - Glass rope - Glass raft - Fiber board - Glass Cloth - Glass fiber board - Glass spring - Unbreakable dishes - Laboratory flasks Crosby, Hope, and Sinatra do Dick Tracy / photos of Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and Judy Garland in a broadcast of Dick Tracy for The Armed Forces Radio Service Ivan the Terrible / illustrated / photos of scenes from Sergei Eisensteins production of Ivan the Terrible The Atolls / John Dos Passos / photos of: - Landing craft on Betio Beach, Tarawa - Inter-island ball game - Historic marker - Barber shed - Windmill clothes washing machine - Officers club on Tarawa - Australian Nuns of the Sacred Heart Mission - Road sign on Betio Island Swedens model apartment / photos of: - Swedish schoolchideren - Front View of the Killektivhuste - Nursery/Kindergarten - Paid babysitters - Cafeteria Life goes over to Stilwell Road / photos of the first American Convoy to China since 1942, and: - Pontoon Bridge over the Irrawaddy River - Bridge over the Salween River Fun at the dentists - NewYork dentist provides toys, music, rewards / photos ADVERTISEMENTS (with or without illustrations or photos) Forstmann Wool B. F. Goodrich Tire & Rubber Company Westinghouse Appliances Ethyl Gasoline Corp. Palmolive Shaving Cream Munsingwear Underwear Stratford Pens Stromberg-Carlson Radio Company Pepsodent Dental Products Porto-Ped Shoes Bond Street Tobacco Amity Leather Products Mennen Shave Products Chrysler Motor Car Company Borden Foods Aldens Suits Parker Vacumatic Pens Texaco Motor Oil Armour & Co. Meats Pequot Sheets Reliance Clothing U. S. Rubber Company (illustrated by Walter W. Seaton) Crown Zippers - Spool Cotton Co. Kayser Hosiery Orange Blossom Jewelry Wine Advisory Board Western Electric Co. Yardley Cosmetics Prudential Insurance Company of North America Campbells Soup Birds Eye Frozen Vegetables Tender Leaf Tea Balls Statler Hotels / illustrated by Tony Barlow Bexel Capsules / photo of Veronica Lake Lucky Strike Cigarettes / illustrated by Cosmo de Salvo Neolite Soles Swan Soap North Star Blankets Aralac Fabric James Gleason and Judy Garland in The Clock - MGM Pictures Mobiloil Nash Kelvinator Corporation American Air Lines Fine Arts Whiskey Weather-Bird Shoes Van Heusen Shirts and Ties Eastman Kodak Co. Swifts Premium Meats (illustrated by Skemp) Can Manufacturers Institute Regent Cigarettes Gaines Dog Food MacMillan Petroleum Manhattan Shirts Aunt Jemima Pancakes Victor Records Seagrams Whiskey Roblee Shoes Englander Mattresses Briggs Pipe Mixture / William Steig Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck in Spellbound - United Artists Pacquins Hand Cream L. C. Smith-Corona Typewriter Co. Hickok Belts and Braces Sani-Flush Cleaner Revere Copper & Brass Co. Polident Denture Cream Gold Cross Shoes Italian Swiss Colony Wines Shinola Shoe Polish 40-Fathom Fish Brer Rabbit Molasses Ink-o-Graph Pens Ponds Cold Cream Walk Over Shoes Ferry-Morse Seeds Belmont Radio Company Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Lifebuoy Shaving Cream American Red Cross Beech Nut Gum Hires Root Beer Westminster Socks Nabisco Cereal & Biscuits Three Feathers Whiskey Regal Shoes McGregor Sportswear Old Crow Whiskey Champ Hats RC Cola Yello-Bole Pipes I. W. Harper Whiskey Coca Cola / illustrated by Gerald Leake
LIFE magazine COVER: Dutch Girl DATE: March 19, 1945 PAGES: 112 CONDITION*: Good NOTEWORTHY: Flooded Dutch Island article Artist Feliks Topolski sketches the war Army Athletes article Goodyear aircraft 2-page ad Crosley Shelvador refrigerator ad
Life March 4 1946 Gretchen Merrill Palm Beach Vienna
LIFE'S COVER: FIGURE SKATER -- The pretty figure skater on the cover, 20-year-old Gretchen Van Zandt Merrill of Boston, three times U. S. Ladies Figure Skating Champion, is performing a graceful ballet jump. This week she will defend her title during the annual amateur championships in the Chicago Arena. Blonde Miss Merrill, who is the subject of a close-up) on pages 65 to 71, trains rigorously, practices interminably and eats enormously to keep at the top in this complex, difficult sport. THE WEEK'S EVENTS: Palm Beach Florida Has Big Season. Having survived another war, its cosmoplitan society plunges into one of its gayest seasons. Palm Beach life centers around homes, swimming pools and private clubs. Its social pattern was set by Philadelphia rich and by foreign titles. [MANY photos!] Editorial: As Others See Us . Texas Dog Watches Sewer for Month. Men Around Truman. Gls Pay Tribute to Swiss Bomb Casualties. St. Bernard Monks Carry on Rescue Work. New Dark Bread Saves Wheat. ARTICLE: VIENNA: Broken city, by John Dos Passos. Suspicion and misery rule once-gay capital on the grim new frontier between Eastern and Western Europe. With photos. CLOSE-UP: GRETCHEN MERRILL, Champion Figure Skater, by Oliver Jensen. She excels in a greaceful and complicated sport. [NICE, In-depth article, with multiple photos!] PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: Games. new ones and modernized old ones enliven grown-up parties. A streamlined form of charades, the game by Neysa McMein. [MANY pages and photos!] THEATER: Lute Song -- MARY MARTIN plays a perfect wife in a 500 year old Chinese classic. Robert Edmond Jones' sets and costumes glorify the play. SCIENCE: Starvation Treatment. How to make Amino Acids. ART: Trip to the Moon. Artist paints journey by rocket. conceived by CHESLEY BONESTELL. [Many pages in color!] ANIMALS: Angus Bulls and Heifers Bring Record Prices. MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Open City Itaitan film depicts the brutal fight bewteen Nazi's and Roman underground. With text and photos. DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editors. Speaking of Pictures: Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church. LIFE's Reports: Secret Jap War Plans, by Richard E. Lauterbach. LIFE Goes to the Wedding of Senator Gloria Chavez' Daughter. Miscellany: Thirteen-Foot Geranium. LIFE'S PICTURES: LIFE Photographer Herbert Gehr and Researcher Jacqueline Parsons spent 18 days in Palm Beach getting the story on the winter season there (pp. 29-37). For the money-filled balloons picture (p. 29) artistic Gehr patiently perched his camera beforehand on an upper balustrade, quickly clicked the shutter from the floor below when the balloons began to fall. Researcher Parsons spent days working fur. iously, nights relaxing on moonlit patios. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: MOVIE AD: MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S starring Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, Joan Caulfield; MOVIE AD: YOUNG WIDOW starring The World's Most Exciting Brunette -- JANE RUSSELL; MORE
ARTICLES (Title or subject/author/photos and/or illustrations) Letters to the editors / illustrated Speaking of picturescatches spirit of modern artists / photos of: - David Burliuk - Piet Mondrian - George Grosz - Chaim Gross - Horace Pippin - William Zorach - Alexander Calder The great steel strike begins / photos of: - Striker George Baxter on the picket at Homestead - The McKeesport, Pennsylvania, plant of the National Tube Co. by the Monongahela River - Railyard at the U.S. Steel plant at Homestead, Pennsylvania - Open-Hearth shop at the Homestead plant Steel workers / photos of: - John and Frank Casper - Eddie Mays - James Madison - 1892 striker monument at Homestead Paralysis ahead - Extended steel strike will bring shutdown of 40% of U. S. industry / illustrated / photo of interior of the U. S. Steel Homestead plant Editorial: Mr. Fairless should pay 18 cents Picture of the week / photo of General Dwight D. Eisenhower confronted by GI wives Filibuster against FEPC / illustrated Truce in China - Marshalls mediation persuades leaders to halt civil warfare / photos of: - General George C. Marshall with Chang Chun and Chou En-Lai - Marshall signing autographs with Bishop Paul Yupin - Marshall with Mrs. Han Lih-Wu - Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek Man reaches moon with radar / photo of radar tower at the Evans Signal Laboratory at Belmar, New Jersey $60,000 wardrobe / photos of Rita Hayworth in Gilda The Zebra derby / Max Shulman / illustrated by author Dr. Leys brain / photos of: - Major Webb Haymaker with dissected sections of Dr. Robert Leys brain - Dr. Ley after his capture - Leys brain specimens under a microscope Tourist Florida / photos of: - Alligator wrestler Bobby Tiger at the Mura Isle Indian Village - Fish Pier at Miami Beach - Swampland - Spanish-style house on Collins Avenue, Miami Beach - Swimsuit models - Waterfront Miami Beach home designed by Carl Fisher - Home designed by Addison Mizner - Cypress Gardens waterskier Tee Matthews - Roberta van Buskirk at Daytona Beach - The oldest cabbie in St. Augustine outside Fort Marion - Worth Avenue, Palm Beach - Palm Beach street landscaping - Barnum & Bailey circus wagon at Sarasota - Docks at Key West - Ellen Daniel underwater at Silver Springs Streptomycin - New drug can kill many germs which are immune to penicillin / photos of the Merck plant in Rahway, New Jersey The Kid comes back / photos of: - Jackie Coogan with Charlie Chaplin in The Kid - Coogan, at 31, re-enacting his role with Ben Blue as Chaplin Roadable plane - Texas airman prepares to produce a revolutionary flying automobile / photos of: - Ted Halls roadable plane on the highway, with wings and propeller removed - The plane in the sky, with wings and propeller attached - Tail assembly - Attaching the wing - Cockpit - Luggage trunk - Fueling the plane - Changing the tire Sunday at Hirohitos - Emperor poses for first informal pictures / photos of: - Emperor Hirohito with the Crown Prince Akihito and his sisters passing the Flower-Shadow Pavilion - Hirohito reading the Stars and Stripes - Hirohito and the Empress with Akihito, Prince Masahito, and Princesses Atsuko, Takako, and Kazuko at lunch - The Empress giving a piano lesson to Princess Takako - Hirohito and family with Prince Higashi-Kuni and Princess Shikego and their son, Nobuhiko - Hirohito watering his plants - Giant shrimp in Hirohitos laboratory - Hirohito in his laboratory - Hirohito reading the New York Times Movie of the week: Road to Utopia / photos of Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour in scenes from the movie Darlan / Winston Churchill / illustrated / photos of: - Churchill as Prime Minister - Admiral Jean Francois Darlan - Darlan with Generals Eisenhower and Clark - Generals Henri Giraud and Charles de Gaulle with Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt Life tries out a new toy - Chicago artists play with giant plastic balls reconverted from war use / photos of Murray Forbes, Angel Casey, Peggy Forbes, Janet Niles, Emil Ibach, and Kip Livingston at a party at the Actors Club in Chicago ADVERTISEMENTS (with or without illustrations or photos) General Electric Ipana Toothpaste Sonotone Hearing Aids Bell System - American Telephone & Telegraph Pro-Phy-Lac-Tic Toothbrushes Doubleday Page & Co. Parker Quink Phillips Milk of Magnesia Pequot Sheets Vermont Maid Maple Syrup Richardsons Mints Pacquins Hand Cream Sal Hepatica Laxative Frigidaire Appliances (illustrated by Albert Dorne) Libbys Pineapple Juice Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company Heinz Sauces Sniders Catsup Paul Jones Whiskey Valvoline Motor Oil National Dairy Products Corporation BC Headache Remedy Stardust Slips Nesbitts California Orange Camp Supports Dr. Wests Toothbrushes Textron Fabrics (illustrated by C.J. Sternberg) Jello Gelatin Wildroot Cream Oil Bell & Howell Cameras Texaco Motor Oil India House Tobacco Professional Razor Blades Hotpoint Appliances Oneida Community Silverware RC Cola Mennen Shave Products Quaker State Motor Oil Old Gold Cigarettes (illustrated by Monet) Brer Rabbit Molasses Wembley Ties Imperial Whiskey (illlustrated by Fred Ludekens) Pan American Air Lines Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer Vicks Va-Tro-Nol Robinson Reminders Old Crow Whiskey Haps Underwear G. Washington Instant Coffee Niblets Corn and Peas Du Barry Cosmetics RCA Victor Records / photo of Marian Anderson Clapps Cereal Motts Fruit Products Band-Aid Bandages Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder Inkograph Pens American Gas Association Seagrams Whiskey Lifebuoy Shaving Cream Sunkist Citrus Fruits Chapstik Lip Balm Association of American Railroads Dr. Scholls Zino-Pads Prince Gardner Leather Products Regent Cigarettes Johnnie Walker Scotch Whiskey Eveready Batteries / illustrated by Michael Berry Heubleins Club Cocktails Gillette Razor Blades Independent Electric Light and Power Companies Briggs Pipe Mixture Golden Wedding Whiskey Chesterfield Cigarettes
Life Magazine - February 11,1946 - Lincoln Memorial
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS Japanese Come Home from Lost Empire Photographs by Alfred Eisenstaedt Editorial: Inflation Mr. Churchill Goes to the Races at Hialeah Marital Hazards Beset U.S. Domestic Life Lady Astor Returns to Virginia Navy Man Wins Biggest Jackpot Hooton Measures People for New Railway Seat CLOSE-UP Philip Murray, by John Chamberlain ARTICLE Breakfast in Hollywood, by John Reddy and Tom Carlile PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAYS War Surgery MODERN LIVING Electric Blanket THEATER The Magnificent Yankee DANCE Young Dance team is New Nightclub Hit OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors Picture's to the Editors: Miss Minelayer Speaking of Pictures: Bantam Chickens Are regular Fowl in Miniature LIFE Crosses the Atlantic on the Queen Elizabeth Miscellany: Tassel Stocking Caps COVER Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
LIFE FEBRUARY 26, 1945 WINTER SOLDIER ON COVER Inside, ad for Plymouth, Air Step shoes, Ford, Yardley, Dodge B-29 airplane, DeSoto, Canada Dry Spur, Victor Red Seal records etc. Also inside movie A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Lauren Bacall, Mrs. Eaton, Margaret O'Brien, Elizabeth Taylor, Peggy Ann Garner etc.
Life Mag January 27 1967 Antonioni Acapulco Fashions
COVER/COVER STORY: THE SHAPE OF TANS TO COME: Bold and bare playclothes light up Acapulco. Photographed by Howell Conant.Featuring Fashion photo layout with Penny Ashton, Nina Lincoln, Dginn Moeller. [Beautiful!] ACAPULCO: In a swinging resort, the star is MERLE OBERON. By Sally Kirkland. [Article on Oberon, For six months She is the reigning queen of the illustrius seaonal assemblage . With photo, 1 page.] HYPNOTIC EYE ON A FRANTIC WORLD: MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI, director of the acclaimed new shocker Blow-Up, talks of the world he sees: decadence without any visible future. Scenes that lost the picture its seal. [NICE article, with multiple photos!] NOTES ON A MONSTROUS WAR: By Robert Sherrod. A famous front-line correspondent of World War II returns to combat in Vietnam. Hard decisions in a professional's war without songs or slogans. Relocation of an Iron Triangle village. ON THE NEWSFRONTS OF THE WORLD: Another priceless art find. End of the Diamond Horseshoe -- as an old argument continues. People and events around the globe. CLOSE-UP:The brothers Kantrowitz, one a surgeon, the other a physicist, team up in new ways to heal the human heart. THE COMPUTER AS A TUTOR: Hello, Jimmy, said the machine, I've been waiting for you. By Ezra Bowen. For each child, eventually, his own personal Aristotle. SPORTS: The fastest man on water skis -- 119 mph -- and his spectacular spill after a record run -- Chuck Stearns. BUSINESS: The fall of the Genius from Jerusalem. Tracked to his hide-out in Brazil, Lebanese financier Yusif Bedas tells how his huge lntra Bank went bust in Beirut. By George de Carvalho. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials: There's no future in Maoism;All those noises that assail us. Reviews: Book: Louis-Ferdinand Céline's Death on the Installment Plan, reviewed by Walter Goodman. Television: China: The Roots of Madness, reviewed by Charles Elliott. Book-Movie: The Quiller Caper, review by Richard Schickel. The View from Here:The cold way to new life. By Loudon Wainwright The Presidency:A full evening of brotherliness. By Hugh Sidey. RARE FULL PAGE AD: Isn't that JULIE CHRISTIE Behind those Foster Grants? Multiple photos of her wearing the sunglasses!
In Great Shape 1) Dorothy McGuire on the Cover 2) War Brides Come Home 3) Editorial: The U.S. In Japan 4) De Gaulle Meditates On The Riviera 5) Russian-British Battles Pace Stormy UNO Session 6) Louisville Gives Wyatt Big Dinner 7) Truman's Crony Charms Senators 8) Roosevelt's Stamps Bring High Prices 9) Japanese Train For Tea Ceremony 10) Close-Up: Dimitri Mitropoulos by Winthrop Sargeant 11) Photographic Essay: Reconstructed Battle of The Midway. This battle re-construted by Norman Bel Geddes required 33,000 square feet of space in a covered pier near Manhattan's Battery and 110 craftsman working in two shifts. The ships were made of brass and silver, the sea surface was cement, the ships wakes of Epsom Salts and the gunfire of cotton. It needs to be seen to be appreciated, until I read all of the article I thought it was actual photos of the Battle. 12) Article: Presidents Off Guard, by Colonal Edmund W. Starling O Mistress Mine 14) Movies: The Spiral Staircase 15) Science: California Comet Man 16) Art: University of Arizona Art Collection 17) Modern Living: Short Hair 18) Sports: Mepham Wrestlers Set High School Record of 100 Wins 19) Plus many old ads from cigarettes to tea balls More Doctors Smoke Camels Than Any Other Cigarette!
Description Magazine Name: Life Magazine Publication Date: January 21, 1946 Volume 20 Number 3 Cover Information: Cover photograph of Cardinal-designate Spellman. Magazine Size x 14 with 132 pages including covers Condition: Magazine is in very good condition. Cover and internal pages still secure to staple binding. Some soiling/stains on covers. Chipping of spine. Corner edge bends. Nicks along page edges. Internal pages shows signs of age toning. Musty smell due to long-term storage. Appears all pages are still present. Contents: C.I.O. Forces Showdown with Industry Editorial: Should we be Optimistic? French Mayor Unwillingly Marries French Veteran to German Girl The True Emperor of Japan by RIchard E. Lauterbach Curley Inaugurated Fourth Time as Boston's Mayor We Wanna Go Home by Joe Weston Two-headed Baby Dies Truman Gets a Big Yacht Monte Carlo Tries to Make Comeback Artcle: What the Animals Were Up To by James Thurber Close-Up: Cardinal-designate Spellman, Part 1 by Roger Butterfield Photographic Essay: American County Theater: Billion Dollar Baby Movies: Scarlet Street Banned Science: Radiant Heating Science: Ultraviolet Tests Art: Millard Sheets Paints an Indian Village Sports: Wyoming Defeats Long Island in Basketball and much more Additional Notes: Magazine contains many half and full page b/w and color ads
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS Canada Mines Uranium in Artic Editorial: Should the Army and Navy Be Merged Patton's Dog Waits to Come Home Stamford Unions Stage Small General Strike LaGuardia Leaves City Hall Child of Divorce Fights for Mother China's Children Shift for Themselves ARTICLE Backstage at the Met, by Winthrop Sargeant CLOSE-UP William Benton, by Milton Mayer PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Southern Resort Fashions Photographs for LIFE by Philippe Halsman THEATER Pygmalion EDUCATION Army University in Biarritz MODERN LIVING Indestructible Room SPORTS Princeton Trains Promising Diver SCIENCE The Great Electro-Mechanical Brain NATURAL HISTORY Birth of a Scorpion OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor Speaking of Pictures: Artist Depicts Stories of Eskimo Gods LIFE's Reports: Letters to MacArthur, by Richard Louterbarth Letters to the Editors LIFE Goes to a Debut in Washington Miscellany: Truman in Wax LIFE'S COVER Rita Daigle
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS U.S. Wins Heart of the Philippines Return to Santo Tomas, by CArl Mydans Editorial: Return to the Philippines Gypsy Rose Lee Pins up Son Typical Farmer Visits Washington Kelly and Green Make Political Deal Big Gift Show Is Monument to Bad Taste ARTICLE Psychosomatic Medicine Shows Emotions Cause Illness PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY On to Tokyo RELIGION Dalai Lama Rules Last Theocracy THEATER Up in Central Park MODERN LIVING Ski Fashions ART Hobson Pittman Recaptures Victorian Childhood SCIENCE Airborne Chemical Strips Leaves from Cotton MOVIES The Suspect OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor Speaking of Pictures: Thurber Makes People Squirm LIFE's Reports: Radiotokyo Describes Manila Campaign by Robert Sgerrod LIFE Visits a Washington Newspaperwoman LIFE's Miscellany LIFE'S COVER A native of Boston, Blanche Rybizka
THE JANUARY 8, 1945 ISSUE OF LIFE MAGAZINE ON THE FRONT COVER IS A GIRL WEARING A CROCHET TOGS ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE ARE AS FOLLOWS: AMERICAN BATTLE THE GERMAN BIG PUSH, 1945 ON THE HOME FRONT, ROME'S BLACK MARKET, CONGRESSMEN INSPECT THE WAR, THE CASE OF CAROL ANN, MCCORMICK WEDS PLUS MUCH MORE LOTS OF VINTAGE WORLD WAR ADVERTISEMENTS
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS The Battle Begins for Luzon Editorial: Vandenberg's Speech Mrs. Roosevelt's Fourth Inagural Gown Bulge Air Battle Rages on Christmas Red Cross Sends Prisoners' Packages to Germany LIFE Correspondent Chickering Killed in Action Two Sisters from Cincinnati Interned by Allies ARTICLE The Nine Young Men, by John Chamberlain CLOSE-UP Admiral Jocko Clark, by William P. Gray PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Storage Wall The First Story in a Program Devoted to the American Home and How It Could Be Improved MODERN LIVING Sun Fashions SPORTS basketball Plays THEATER Dear Ruth OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor Speaking of Pictures: Mili]s Jam Session LIFE Calls on Esther Williams LIFE's Reports: The Education of Willie, by A.B.C. Whipple LIFE's Miscellany: Parachutes Provide Comfort in Foxholes LIFE'S COVER Coach Joseph Lapchick's St. John's University basketball team practicing while it's star. Bill Kotsores takes the ball from the backboard
Date: NOVEMBER 26, 1945 Cover:: AFGHAN, RUDIKI of PRIDES HILL, INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION Articles: photos show list of magazine's contents Ads Full Page: CHEVROLET, INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, VAN HEUSEN, GENERAL FOODS
CONTENTS THE WEEK'S EVENTS New York Welcomes the U.S. Navy Truman Reviews Fleet What Sailors Say about the NAvy, by Guy Richards Shore Leave Flower Ceremony Editorial: The Trouble with UNRRA The Czechs try and Hang a Traitor ART Charles Laughton, a Painting by Fletcher Martin PHOTOGRAPIC ESSAY LIFE Salutes Its War Photographers CLOSE-UP Van Johnson, by Roger Butterfield SPORTS Hot Rods SCIENCE The Eclipse of July 9 NATURAL HISTORY Prairie Chickens MODERN LIVING Hoods MEDICINE Germs BALLET Backstage BAllet MUSIC Jungle Band Comes Home OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editor Speaking of Pictures: Indiana Homecoming Has Bizarre Decorations LIFE's Reports: Shortline Nicknames, by Archie Robertson LIFE Goes on a Date in Chungking Miscellany: Freight-Car Journey LIFE'S COVER Sailor S 1/C Calvin Mathews of Blanchard, Okla.
1945 October 22 Life Magazine Ohio State Star Halfback
This issue is dated October 22, 1945 and contains the following topics (among others): Harry Truman takes a trip, aircraft carrier goes through Panama Canal, Indo-China Revlot, New Cars, Isaiah Bowman, The California Way of life, Paul Sarringhaus returns to Ohio State, victory lingerie
Life October 8 1945 Frank Lloyd Wright Love Letters
LIFE'S COVER: EICHELBERGER and 12th CENTURY BUDDHA In a Japan slowly adjusting itself to peace see pp. 27 -- 35), Lieut. General Robert L. Eichelberger, head of the American Eighth Army, posed before the ancient Buddha at Kamakura, a shrine sacred in tne Orient and famous in the Occident as the subject of Rudyard Kipling's poem, Buddha at Kamakura, which begins: 0 Ye who tread the Narrow Way By Tophet-flare to Judgment Day, Be gentle when the heathen pray To Buddha at Kamakura! [RARE and HISTORIC World War II, WWII WARTIME Edition!] SPEAKING OF PICTURES: Frank Lloyd Wright's New Art Museum. New Art museum will be New York City's strangest new building. [NICE feature on the new Guggenheim Museum, with Frank Lloyd Wright and his model of the building! SEE BELOW!] RARE MOVIE AD: LOVE LETTERS , starring JENNIFER JONES and JOSEPH COTTEN, screenplay by AYN RAND. [SEE PHOTO BELOW!] THE WEEK'S EVENTS: The Tokyo Express to Hiroshima, Photographs by J. R. Eyermon. A LIFE photographer takes a ride to Hiroshima in Japan's best train. [MANY Pages of photos!] Editorial: Urgent Business. Paddy Devereux Greets His Father. The Europa Returns. Mass Murderess of Belsen. Woman leader of Nazi guards at Belson camp sets record for evil. (Irma Grese) Baseball Season Ends in Argument. CLOSE-UP: J. Arthur Rank, by Francis Sill Wickwire. An English millionaire who entered the movie business to help religion has begun to give Hollywood its first real competition. [NICE, In-depth article, with Full page, and other photos!] PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: The Waldorf-Astoria. Most famous U. S. Hotel thrives on Sumptuous efficiency. [MANY PHOTOS!] RELIGION: Jewish New Year in Berlin. American Army helps Berlin Jews restore their sacred services. THEATER: Bambi Lynn of Brooklyn Dances on Broadway. [With multiple photos!] ART: The Pacific War. American Artists record the battle across the big ocean. [Article, many pages of art reproductions, including works by David Fredenthal, Dwight Shepler, Edward Grigware, George Harding, Aaron Bohrod, Frede Vidar, Barse Miller, Paul Sample, Edward Millman, Michael Jameson, and more!] EDUCATION: Educating Hitler Youth. Young German prisoners of War, aged 12 to 17, are taught Democracy by the Americans. MODERN LIVING: Fur Hats. MOVIES: The House on 92nd Street . SCIENCE: Texas Raises First U. S. Silk. OTHER DEPARTMENTS: Letters to the Editors. LIFE's Reports: How the World Didn't End, by Claude Stanush. LIFE Goes to a California Grape Crush. (At The Gallo vineyards in Modesto) Miscellany: Corporal Rahaman's Pay. All material,which in the opinion of the editors involves military security,has been submitted to competent military or naval authority for review as to security. LIFE'S PICTURES: After he finished his Tokyo-to-Hiroshima round trip, LIFE PhotographerJ. R. Eyerman started thinking about a vacation. For more than two years he covered the land and sea war in Europe and the Pacific, had very little rest, felt badly run-down. At Yokohama he decided to take a physical examination. When the doctor mistook him fora liberated prisoner of war, the question was settled. Eyerman knew for certain he needed a vacation. He took the next plane to Pearl Harbor and the U. S.
Life Mag October 1 1945 June Allison Erskine Caldwell
LIFE'S COVER: JUNE ALLISON. Pint sized June Allison began teaching herself to dance at 13 by watching movies. While still in high-school she got for her first chorus job as the result of a classmate's dare, crashed Hollywood several years later without an agent, bargained shrewdly for a good contract. to date she has made seven movies. Her latest, which gives June her best role so far, in Her Highness and the Bellboy . [RARE and HISTORIC World War II, WWII WARTIME Edition!] SPEAKING OF PICTURES -- Electron Microscope pictures of Crystals. LIFE'S REPORTS: Jap Admiral hides, but is FOUND. Admiral Kantaro Suzuki, by Carl Mydans. THIS WEEK'S EVENTS: Pappy Boyington comes home from Jap prison camp. Mr. Henry Stimson retires as Secretary of War. Labor demands 52 for 40 or fight! Joseph P. Kennedy 's tour of Mass. Florida's big blow -- radar makes pictures of Hurricaine in 1945. Hedy's baby, Denise Loder, daughter of Hedy Lamarr poses for her picture. Shirley Temple gets married to a sargeant. RELIGION: Daddy Grace -- Grandiloquent negro preacher has half-million faithful followers (Bishop Charles Manuel Grace) ARTICLE: Separation center turns soldiers back into civilians, by Paul E. Deutschman. PEOPLE: Small town girls make good in big city stores -- Ruth timpe and Joan Epperson. ART: Western Artist paints amphibious fantasies -- Darrel Austin in his studio. [Artricle, with color photos!] MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Her Highness and the Bellboy starring June Allison. Her dancing helps a middling plot. [Text and photos from the film] JUNE ALLISON Overcomes a twisted back to dance in climb to stardom. [Text, photo] ANIMALS: Tommy Dewey (son of Thomas Dewey, New York's Governor) and his spaniel, takes award at canine school. RADIO: Radio Comedienne -- million dollar contract crowns slapstick career of Joan Davis. [Article, with photos!] PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: High Fashion -- custom made fall clothes give US women best chance to splurge since war began. [NICE fashion photos, many pages!] CLOSE-UP: Henry Ford II -- the founder's 28 year old grandson takes over presidency of Ford Motors by Gilbert Burck. THEATER: Murder in the Cathedral -- put on in a church. MODERN LIVING: Foam Rubber -- it will soon be used to soften millions of U.S. beds and chairs. LIFE VISITS the ERSKINE CALDWELL 's -- Author of Tobacco Road and other grim novels of the decadent South works and plays in lovely Arizona Desert. Japanese Dancer -- she expresses homesickness with classic Gestures, MORE LIFE'S PICTURES: In his nine years as LIFE photographer THomas McAvoy has recoreded the comings and goings of the Washington great, spanning his camera careers of men who have made history in the capital. Last week in Washington he photographed the ending of an era, the retirement of Henry Stimson as Secretary of War. The story of Sweet Daddy Grace was also taken by McAvoy. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: HELEN TRAUBEL records for COLUMBIA!; Oskar Barshak illustration for OLD GOLD; MORE
Life Magazine - October 15, 1945 - Displaced Germans
This large and heavy item for sale is one magazine with the following specifications: TITLE: Life DAY: 15 MONTH: October YEAR: 1945 VOLUME: 19 EDITION #: 16 COVER SUBJECT: Fall Jewelry ARTICLES (Title or subject/author/photos and/or illustrator) Letters to the Editors Speaking of Pictures / Photos of Zero Mostel Farmer Truman / Frank McNaughton and Walter Hehmeyer / Photo of: - Farmer Truman The U.S. Relaxes / Photo of Ken Faulkner Postwar Sports Get Going with Football / Photos of: - Jack Vinisi and Edward Stelmazek - Notre Dame Illinois Crowd - Two Wounded Soldiers Social Season Begins: San Francisco Opera / Photos of: - L.B. Felgenbaum - Nion Tucker of Rogue River Ranch - Mrs. H. Gratsos - San Franciscos Opera House Bubble Craze / Photos of: - Richs Department Store Customers Blowing Bubbles - Gladys Banks - Lt. Edward Herrin, Grace Canninghton, Lena Wagnon - William Dexter Gatehouse The First Peace Conference / Photo of: - Stone Head of Christ Strikes Stud U.S.: Labor Disputes Make Half a Million Idle / Illustrated Map / Photos of: - Outside Warner Brothers Studio - New Yorks Great North River Docks New York Banquet Honors Al Smith / Photos of: - The Late Al Smith - Banquet Berlins Last Elephant / Photos of: - Elephant in Berlins Zoo - Chimpanzee Keeper- Fritz Schneider Marshall Reports on the War / Illustrated Map / Photo of: - George Catlett Marshall The Germans Seven Errors Deep Are The Roots: Negro Hero Returns to the South / Photos of: Scenes from Play including: - Charles Waldron, Gordon Heath, Carol Goodner, Lloyd Gough and Barbara Bel Geddes - Evelyn Ellis - Helen Martin New Football Offensive / Photos of: Football Formations including: Marion Pugh, Captain Cope Railroad Worm / Photos of: - Worms - Dr. E. Newton Harvey Expectant Mothers Parachute Jump / Mary Johnson Tweedy / Illustrated by Fred Wren Robot Airplanes / Photos of: - Radio Controlled PQ Flies Pilotless - Radio Antenna on Plane - approaching for Landing OQ is Small Radio Target Plane / Photos of Plane Hollywood Gallery: A Painters Portfolio of Impressions of Movie City / Doris Lee / Illustrated by Author Fall Jewelry / Photos of: - Hattie Carnegie Necklace - Rope Necklace - Bowknot Necklace - Tiaralike Necklace - Temple Dancer Set - Twisted Strands of Pearls - Trellised Bracelet Wisconsins Intellectual Monkeys / Photos of: - Don Ameche the Monkey - Dr. Harry F. Harlow Roosevelt Hideaway / Illustrated Map of Shangri La / Photos of: - Main Lodge of Shangri La Called the Big House - Living Room at the Big House - Doghouse - Screened Veranda - Presidents Private Bath - Presidents Bedroom Displaced Germans / Photos of: - Germans from Eastern Europe Swarm on top of a Train in Berlins Anhalter Station Most of Refugees come from Poland / Photos of: - Hurrying Traveler - Traveler Stopped - Footless Soldier Being Carried - After Hundred Mile Walk - Released Soldiers from Russian Prison Camps - Blind Soldier and Two Girls from Breslau - Group in the Berlin Magistrat - Orphaned Sudeten German - Family from Danzig - Shopkeeper from Poland - Berlin Girl Harolds Club / Roger Butterfield / Photos of: - Gambling Signs in Renos Douglas Alley - The Gambling Smiths: Harold, Father Ray and Brother Raymond - Crowds Swarm Around Craps Tables - Girl Dealer named Rosalind - Poker Table - Smith Family Portraits Movie of the Week: The Lost Weekend / Photos of: Scenes from Movie Including: - Ray Milland - Jane Wyman, Philip Terry Life Dances La Bamba in Mexico City / Photos of La Bamba Dance by Raquel and Julio; The Leon Hendersons Sunken Treasure Hunt: Navy Dives for Silver Pesos Sunk in Manila Bay / Photos of Sliver Pesos and Divers including: Commodore Sullivan and Lt. 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Life Magazine October 29 1945 Oscar Berger Susie Reed
LIFE'S COVER: AUTUMN. The man and his dog on LIFE's cover are enjoying, for the first time in years, an autumn of peace. Many men like him, civilian and soldier, are having their first opportunity to go out over long neglected roads to tramp through fallen leaves of the quiet woods and absord the scented sharpness of a hunter's autumn. This year, non-hunters, too, drive again through the country to see the fleeting autumn brilliance, depicted in the color photographs on pages 61-64. [RARE and HISTORIC World War II, WWII WARTIME Edition!] SPEAKING OF PICTURES ... Caricaturist Oscar Berger portrays people around Truman. LIFE'S REPORTS: ANIMALS are not human -- But some think, some talk, and some make war by Donald Newton. THIS WEEK'S EVENTS: New York's Campaign for Mayor. Cantidates are all disliked by the bosses. Democrats -- O'Dwyer, LaGuardia. Editorial : THE BOMB -- A survey of recent discussion reveals need for its political equivalent. Picture of the WEEK: Pope Pius XII sits on a Papal chair for an exclusive photographic portrait. ALLIES indict 24 top Nazi's for War Crimes -- Hitler's aides are mugged like common criminals before trial by Allied Military Tribunal of Big Four. LONG voyage Home -- Having won its war in the Pacific, the Navy returns to have its day. The U.S.S. Enterprise sunk six times according to Jap claims, enters new York Harbor by the dawn's early light. (full page photo) ARTICLE: The Atomic Scientists speak up -- Nuclear physicists say there is no secrecy in Atomic bomb and no defense against it -- by Dr. David L. Hill, Dr. Eugene Rabinowitch and Dr. John A. Simpson, Jr. ARTICLE: Japan's Zaibatsu -- Industrialists disclaim war guilt -- seek to retain economic control. SPORTS: Weight Lifting 1,500,000 brawny Americans expect their sport to boom. NATURE: Autumn -- Lanscape brightens briefly before winter sets in; A Boll Weevil's birth. CLOSE-UP: Mr. William Thomas Piper of Cub Haven -- America' s no 1 maker of light planes aims to keep his cub first in the postwar skies. By Lincoln Barnett. MODERN LIVING: Teen-age Magazine -- Junior Bazaar - published by junior misses. Scarf Tricks -- twins use them for identical outfits. MOVIE OF THE WEEK: And Then There Were None -- Nursery rhyme is accompaniment to strange murders, from 20th Century Fox, from the Agatha Christie story. PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY: English country houses -- they were homes of ruling class in Britain's great past. ARTICLE: A short talk with Erlanger -- the Army is using a dramatic treatment called narco-synthjesis to help Psychiatric casualties. SCIENCE: Electronic rat trap -- new device makes rodent's intelligence lead to downfall. MUSIC: New folk singer -- SUSIE REED is a nightclub hit with her singing of old ballads (absolutely arrresting photograph, too). LIFE GOES to Mike Romanoff's Restaurant -- a fantastic ex fraud turned honest man runs a profitable, celebrity filled eating place in Hollywood. MISC: Berlin's broken statues. LIFE's PICTURES: OSCAR BERGER, Shown here with the Chief Executive, is a distinguished caricaturist who nevertheless persists in referring to all his subjects as 'my victims'. Having hed occasonal trouble with dignitaries before (he once had to disguise himself as a waiter to get into a banquet) he was happily surprised when, waiting to make a drawing of the President, he asked for a White House appointment, immediately got three and the run of the house. the results are shown on pages 12 to 15. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: MOVIE AD: Bing Crosby * Ingrid Bergman * The Bells of St. Mary's * RKO radio pictures. MOVIE AD: SANFU from columbia Pictures! COLOR AD for Plymouth Imagination in testing -- Plymouth Dodge Desoto Chrysler; MOVIE AD: CAPITAL HITS from Hollywood from Capitol Records -- 2 page ad; Warner Bros. PRIDE of the Marines with John Garfield; FIRSTS from FORD full page color ad; COLOR FULL PAGE AD: Peirre Monteux for RCA VICTOR... PLUS MORE FULL PAGE, and MANY MORE smaller ads!
Description: Life Magazine February 20, 1896 Item Specifics: Magazine Back Issue Issue Dated: February 20, 1896 Volume/Number: -Vol XXVII No. 686 Copyright 1896 by Mitchell & Miller Condition: Very Good Special Attributes: --Printed on glossy paer has nice ads and interesting articles and pix.
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.
TITLE: Life DAY: 17 MONTH: December YEAR: 1945 VOLUME: 19 EDITION #: 25 COVER SUBJECT: Paulette Goddard in Kitty ARTICLES (Title or subject/author/photos and/or illustrator) Letters to the editors / photos Speaking of picturesis a new photographic record of Trumans cabinet / photos of: - James F. Byrnes - Fred M. Vinson - Henry A. Wallace - Robert P. Patterson - James V. Forrestal - Clinton P. Anderson - Harold L. Ickes - Robert E. Hannegan - Thomas E. Clark - Louis B. Schwellenbach Lifes Reports: Marshall-Dewey letters / photos of: - General George C. Marshall - Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York The great housing shortage / illustrated / photos of construction site and home-seekers - Shortages stall home building all over U. S. / photos of union workers, construction sites, and empty lots in Arlington, Illinois - U. S. needs 16,100,000 homes in ten years / illustrated - Only revolution in housing can solve shortage / illustrated / photo of prefabricated home parts Editorial - Housing: What can be done? Picture of the week / photo of General Patrick J. Hurley Jap Diet opens / photo of Emperor Hirohito, Imperial Prince Higashikuni, Prime Minister Baron Shidehara, and Prince Kiniyuki Tokugawa at the opening of the House of Peers, Tokyo Polydactylism in Georgia - The Johnson family has 18 extra fingers and toes / photos of the Johnson family of Conquitt County, Georgia Nations worst traffic city - Los Angeles fights accident rise / photos of Los Angeles traffic officers and accident victims Bob Waterfield / photos of Bob Waterfield of the Cleveland Rams with wife Jane Russell The interrogation of Albert Speer / John Kenneth Galbraith and George W. Ball / photos of: - Albert Speer with Adolf Hitler - Speer with British Captain Tony Solomon - Speer touring the Atlantic Wall - Soldiers outside the ruins of the Chancellery Bunker in Berlin - Speer with Goring and Generals Loerzer and Korten - Speer with Goring and Nurnburg defendants Snake eats a rat / photos Worldwide Christmas - Lewickis cards show customs of many lands / illustrated by James Lewicki Oklahoma Basketball / photos of: - Robert Kurland - Kurland with Coach Henry Iba, Sam Aubrey, J. L. Parks, Weldon Kern, and Blake Williams of Oklahoma A & M - Offensive play by the Aggies - Iba with son, Moe - Parks with schoolboys at Paoli, OK - Pickup game near Garber, OK The Day before Spring / photos of Irene Manning, John Archer, Alex Maitland, Bill Johnson, Patricia Marshall, and Tom Hellmore in scenes from the Broadway play The Russian navy reborn / illustrated / photos of: - Admiral Nikolai Kuznetsov - Cadets at the Nakhimov Naval School, Leningrad - The Cruiser Gromoboy, 1899 College sororities - They pose a social problem / photos of Shirley Smith, pledges, and Sorority sisters at the University of Colorado at Boulder, amongst others: - Alpha Chi Omega - Alpha Delta Pi - Delta Delta Delta - Alpha Phi - Kappa Alpha Theta - Alpha Omicron Pi - Pi Beta Pi - Kappa Kappa Gamma - Delta Gamma - Chi Omega Crisis in China / Charles J. V. Murphy / photos of: - Ambassador Patrick J. Hurley with Chou En-Lai, Mao Tze-tung, and Chang Chih-Chung - Nationalist soldiers and weapons - Nationalist General Ho Ying-Chin Movie of the week: Kitty / photos of Paulette Goddard and Ray Milland in scenes from the movie The mystery of Paulette Goddard / Oliver Jensen / photos of Goddard Life goes to a Photographic Jabberwocky party - Philadelphian opens new studio with a loony Lewis Carroll gathering / photos of party at Ben Roses photo studio in Philadelphia French police get back biggest pearl / photos of: - The 605-carat Pearl of Asia - The pearl in its setting - Yvon Colettes at court hearing ADVERTISEMENTS (with or without illustrations or photos) Cannon Towels B. F. Goodrich Tire & Rubber Company Motts Fruit Products Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald in The Stork Club - Paramount Pictures Parker Quink Croton Watch Co. General Electric Borden Foods Stratford Pens Royal Typewriter Co. Ronson Lighters Flexible Flyer Skis Everbest Preserves U. S. Rubber Company Westinghouse Appliances Vermont Maid Maple Syrup Anderson Company Studebaker Motor Car Company Capehart & Farnsworth Radio Company Wearever Pens Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Colgate Ribbon Dental Cream Ford Motor Car Company Armour & Co. 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LIFE Magazine December 3, 1945 COVER: Spencer Tracy The Week's Events: U.S. Returns to Normalcy Editorial: Our Representatives Abroad Army and Navy Scrap Warplanes Bill Mauldin Goes to the Legion Convention Major Boxer Joins His Family Soldier Takes His Ease British Evacuate Berlin Children Movie: The Harvey Girls, Paintings bt Doris Lee Theater: Spencer Tracy's Return
Life Magazine January 28 1946 Jan Clayton In Show Boat
LIFE MAGAZINE DATED JANUARY 28, 1946. THE COVER FEATURES JAN CLAYTON IN SHOW BOAT, WINSOTN CHURCHILL'S SECRET WAR SPEECH TO HOUSE OF COMMONS. OTHER ARTICLES IN THIS MAGAZINE INCLUDE: WINSTON CHURCHILL SECRET WAR SPEECH, WAR'S BLACKEST DAYS VIOLENCE AS NATION'S STRIKES SPREAD U.N. HOLDS FIRST MEETING IN LONDON U.S. INFANTRY HONORED, 82ND AIRBORNE DIV. IN N.Y.C. ARTIST D. FREDENTHAL DEPICTS YUGOSLAVIA, WAR THE SEVENTH VEIL JAMES MASON REVOLT IN JAVE, A PICTORIAL REPORT CARDINAL-DESIGNATE SPELLMAN, PT II SAILING THE INLAND WATERWAY, A THREE-MAST SCHOONER
TITLE: Life DAY: 24 MONTH: December YEAR: 1945 VOLUME: 19 EDITION #: 26 COVER SUBJECT: Journey of the Magi by Gozzoli ARTICLES (Title or subject/author/photos and/or illustrator) Letters to the editors / photos Speaking of picturesdraw Christmas trees / illustrated by: - Byron Thomas - Salvador Dali - Walt Disney - Constantin Alajalov - Doris Lee - Vera Bock - Boris Artzybasheff - Milton Caniff - Floyd David Christmas at home - In a small Kansas town an American family again enjoys a happy reunion / photos of the Irwin familys Christmas celebration at Neosho Rapids, Kansas Editorial: Hungry Christmas Picture of the week / photo of the Champion Dachshund Flossie vom Oberhofer-Golfeck Big U. S. loan to Great Britain - Plans are made to lend $4,400,000,000, cancel part of Lend-Lease debt / illustrated / photo of The Earl of Halifax, Will Clayton, and John Maynard Keynes Into Manchuria - Chinese Nationalists move North / photos of: - Wrecked railway cars - Nationalist troops at Shanhaikwan - Kuomintang Party voters at Suichung - Correspondents Nationalist bodyguard Cyclotron smashing / photos of American GIs dismantling an atom-smashing cyclotron at the Nishina Laboratory of the Tokyo Institute of Physical and Chemical research and dumping the parts in Tokyo bay 8th Mrs. Manville - 51-year-old millionaire marries a 27-year-old British-born girl / photo of Georgina Campbell Strange Fruit - Lillian Smith dramatizes her famous novel of a white mans love for a Negro girl / photos of Melchor Ferrer, Jane White, Stephen Chase Earl Jones, George B. Oliver, Juano Hernandez, and Ralph Theadore in scenes from the play Dry-skiing class / photos of Stanford University students Medici Chapel / photos of the Medici-Riccardi Chapel in Florence and 2 Florentine Carabinieri outside the palace Adoration of the Magi - Frescoes tell the Christmas story / photos of Frescoes by Fra Filippo Lippi and Benozzo Gozzoli from the Medici-Riccardi Chapel at Florence, Italy Fur boots / photos Tom Wolfes mother is dead / photo of Julia Wolfe Asheville is Altamont of his novels / photos of: - Julia Wolfes boardinghouse in Asheville, North Carolina - Tom Wolfes log cabin near Asheville - Pack Square - Railroad bridge - Negro shanties - Asheville hilltop Look homeward, Angel / photo of stone angel in an Asheville cemetery Yvonne de Carlo - A painting by Fletcher martin / photo Japanese farmer - He comes back from the war to the ancient pattern of life in his village / photos of a Japanese war veteran and his family farm - He still observes the ingrained Shinto rites / photo of the family shrine - Village women enjoy their communal bath / photo of the Harada bath - The village of Harada is frugal, hard-working, and unmarked by war / photos of the village, the Mayor, and Mount Fuji from the village The personality that Christmas celebrates / Harry Emerson Fosdick / photos of: - Chapel and choir of Fosdicks Riverside Church, Universities, & C. - Engravings of the chapel altar - Author in the pulpit Life goes to a deer hunt / photos of a deer hunt held by the Bull Pen Hunting Club of Sunflower, Alabama and Club President Fred Stimpson Hairdos: 1945-1929 / photos of Joan McCracken, Mitzi Green, and actresses in Billion Dollar Baby ADVERTISEMENTS (with or without illustrations or photos) Kelvinator Corporation Stromberg-Carlson Radio Company Janet Blair and Alfred Drake in Tars and Spars - Columbia Pictures Stafford Fabrics Calox Tooth Powder Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Borden Foods Van Raalte Silk Nescafe Coffee General Electric Ford Motor Car Company Williams Shaving Cream RCA Victor Pontiac Motor Car Company Seagrams Whiskey De Beers Diamonds Oneida Community Silverware (illustrated by Jon Whitcomb) PM Whiskey (illustrated by Borden) Wilson Bros. Ties Old Crow Whiskey Joan Bennett and Edward Robinson in Scarlet Street - Universal Pictures Real Silk Hosiery Log Cabin Syrup Dorothy McGuire, George Brent, and Ethel Barrymore in The spiral staircase - RKO Radio Pictures Kinsey Whiskey Chrysler Motor Car Company Old Gold Cigarettes (illustrated by Monet) Frigidaire Appliances (illustrated by Albert Dorne) Arrow Gin Boeing Aircraft Co. Solitair Lipstick American Meat Institute Pro-Phy-Lac-Tic Toothbrushes Country Doctor Tobacco The March of Time - 20th Century Fox Westclox Watch Company Blatz Beer Club Aluminum Products Company Fleischmanns Gin Smith Bros. Cough Drops White Rock Sodas Graflex Camera Co. Hunter Whiskey Sunbeam Appliances Briggs Pipe Mixture Cooks Champagne Vermont Maid Maple Syrup Rissman Windbreakers Fred Harvey Restaurants Schenley Whiskey Ansco Film and Cameras
NICE LIFE MAGAZINE DATED APRIL 13, 1942 WITH THE ARMY SUPPLY CHIEF ON THE COVER. THE MAGAZINE HAS SO MANY WONDERFUL ADS FROM THE TIMES AND ARTICLES OF JANE RUSSELL, PHILLIPINE EPIC, MACARTHUR, POLITICS, BOXING AND SO MUCH MORE ON 116 PAGES OF PICTURES AND TEXT.
NICE LIFE MAGAZINE DATED JAN. 19, 1942 WITH THE NORTH ATLANTIC PATROL ON THE COVER. THIS MAGAZINE HAS WONDERFUL ADVERTISING THROUGH OUT AND ARTICLES ON THE BALLET, FASHION NEWS, CUTE CARTOONS, WAR PLANS, CHURCHILL, SPORTS, BLIZZARD, ART OF MARY CASSAT, AND SO MUCH MORE.
GREAT LIFE MAGAZINE DATED DEC. 27, 1943 WITH A WONDERFUL FLETCHER MARTAIN SIGNED PICTURE ON THE FRONT OF A WOMAN PLACING HER HAND ON A WOUNDED MAN IN BANDAGES. THE MAGAZINE HAS LOTS OF WONDERFUL ADVERTISING, ARTICLES ON MOVIES, ALFRED HITCHCOCK, ARTIC OIL, WAR NEWS, THEATRE, MARY MARTIN, FASHION, AND SO MUCH MORE WITH SO MANY GREAT PICTURES. THE COVER DOES SHOW SOME WEAR. VIEW ALL PICTURES.
GREAT BOOKLET OF THE ABC'S OF PIONEER VALLEY VIA THE MASS TURNPIKE. A GREAT 48 PAGE BOOKLET WITH THE SMALL TOWNS AN ATTRACTIONS IN THE PIONEER VALLEY OF MASSACHUSETTS ALONG THE MASS. PIKE THAT APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN PRINTED IN THE 1960'S.
Contains article/info on: United Nations Sign Charter- Pictures of 50 nations 1 by 1 signing charter. BUNKER HILL Story Full Page advertisement of DANNY KAYE in WONDER MAN Movie of the week-Ernie Pyle STORY OF G.I. JOE The Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth ship convoy - 15,000 troops on board. Speaking of pictures - Marines carve strange monuments on Iwo Jima United Nations Sign Charter - one by one (50 pictures) sign charter to give the world security and peace Bill Mauldin - war's best-known GI returns home to see son for the first time. Mussolini Love Nest.. Bathing Suits - they have come a long way but can not go any further - - pictures (18) of styles from 1917 thru 1945 - COVER PHOTO Japanese Guam Holdouts Give Up - Japanese prisoners help U.S. capture other Japanese. by: Shelley Mydans Japanese surrenders Increasing - psychological war proves effective - leaflets dropped on home islands attack Nippon's militarist caste The Queens - Queen Mary - 'Queen Elizabeth - Sister heroines of the sea, bore Allied armies unscathed across perilous oceans for five years by Hillary St. George Saunders - the eastbound voyage - the westbound voyage (8 page pictorial essay) Roxbury Latin School in Boston has 300th Birthday LIFE visits the GI Riviera War/Politics/Upheaval/Fashion/Weekly headlines and more! Plus; full page color ads.((Advertisements)) Two page picture Queen Mary, Mobilgas; Merle Oberon, Lipton Tea; Chris-Craft; Bob Hope; etc.
This issue is dated January 22, 1945 and contains the following topics (among others): Battle for Luzon, Mrs. Roosevelt's Inaugural, Battle of the Bulge Air Battle, basketball plays, Admiral Jocko Clark, Cincinnati sisters interned by Allies, Red Cross sends POW packages to Germany
1945 Life Magazine Ohio States Star Halfback Sept. 24
This life issue is dated 10/22/1945 and the cover features Ohio State Star Halfback Paul Sarringhaus. He spent his time in the Army and then returned to play for the Buckeyes. The magazine is in very good condition.
Life Magazine May 27 1966 Discotheque's Allen Ginsberg
COVER: New Madness at the Discotheque. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: DEFIANT RHODESIA: Prime Minister Smith's case for white rule. Ian is like a wounded buffalo. By Lee Hall. On the Newsfronts of the World, People around the globe. MANHUNT AT SHADE GAP: Strange drama of a homicidal maniac who kidnaped a teen-age girl and hid out in the mountains of Pennsylvania. By Michael Mok. CLOSE-UP: David Brower, California's knight errant conservationist. MILITARY AFFAIRS: Vest-pocket rocket pistol that the Russians tried to buy. (The Gyrojet Rocket Pistol) YUGOSLAVIA-'IN' PLACE TO GO: A maverick Communist country is full of surprises for the traveler. Photographed by Michael Rougier. A wily old man of the sea and Othello on the rocks. By Mary Leatherbee. MEDICINE: New balloon technique to save a baby with a defective heart. PENNSYLVANIA POLITICAL SURPRISE: Against seemingly hopeless odds, industrialist Milton Shapp wins the Democratic primary for governor--and proves that too much money never lost an election. By Richard B. Stolley. BEDLAM AT THE DISCOTHEQUES: Op art, mad rags, cacophony and color crammed into an evening's entertainment. THE GURU COMES TO KANSAS: ALLEN GINSBERG, wild-haired wild man of the beat poets, is today a major literary figure. [Interesting, in-depth and long article, with large photo!] MOVIES: Yak Canutt, commandant of movie carnage, slays 'em again in Khartoum. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials: Ian Smith's inescapable crisis; Be sensible about the economy. Reviews: Book: James CIavell's Tai-Pan, reviewed by Webster Schott. Movie: The Russians Are Coming, reviewed by Richard Schickel. Theater: Chekhov s Ivanov, reviewed by Tom Prideaux. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye; A delicious appeal to unreason. By Shana Alexander. The Presidency; The capital that has seceded from the Union. By Hugh Sidey. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: WOODY ALLEN and MONIQUE VAN VOOREN for Smirnoff Vodka; MORE
LIFE MAGAZINE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These old magazines many times contain neat ads / advertising ((Not saying this one does)) such as: Coke / Coca cola / cars / Dodge Dart / Speidel watches / Ford Mustang / motor oils / cigarettes / Lucky Ten cigarettes / Pontiac / Movie advertisements / Dippity Doo / Good Year tires / candies / Pepsi / girdles and more...((If specifics are needed about this piece of nostalgia-email me.)) 126 complete PAGES HERE! Find out what happened the month you were born; married, gave birth: 6-10-66 June 10th, 1966 6/10/66 Contains article/info on: Fashion - sports - movies - life in the 1980's Plus; full page color ads. Cover titled: LIZ IN A SHOCKER - HER MOVIE SHATTERS THE RULES OF CENSORSHIP - PHOTOGRAPH OF ELIZABETH TAYLOR IN WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLFF? ....Article inside. BACK COVER IS A COCA COLA COKE AD IN FULL COLOR. Inside: THE ROMANS - PART VI (Starts on page 66) INDY 500 RACE CAR WINNERS FROM 1911 TO 1965 Colorful photographs under FASHION of bikini swim suits, and 1 pc. suits. I saw car ads in this copy for: BUICK SKYLARK - CADILLAC DE VILLE - MERCURY DISCOVERY - FORD '66 TRUCK
COVER/COVER STORY: A NEW LIFE SERIES: PART I -- THE GREAT CATS OF AFRICA: The leopard: shrewdest, loneliest, fiercest of the cats. Its relentless chase and capture of a baboon. Photographed by John Dominis. ABERFAN: STIRRINGS OF NEW LIFE -- Revisit to the grieving Welsh town that was smashed by a landslide of coal sludge. It carries on amidst its loneliness for its dead children. By Jim Hicks. Photographed by J. C. Rapoport. CLOSE-UP -- Dr. William B. McLean, the Navy's top handyman, tackles the ocean's depths. SPORTS -- RICK BARRY: basketball's newest box-office baby. Under his elegance, a terrible temper. By Jack Fincner. NICK THE GREEK -- The great gambler's last roll. By Paul O'Neil. OPERA UPROAR DOWN UNDER -- An architect's soaring fantasy in Sydney runs into the reality of the marketplace. By Don Moser. (The Syndey Opera House and Architect Jorn Utzon.) [PHOTOS of of each!] MOVIES -- An eloquent Man for All Seasons evokes the glory of Thomas More. Text and photos from the film, with Paul Scofield, and others. PARTY -- A starry soiree salutes the Lido in Paris. OPINION AND COMMENT: The Presidency -- The mood of a beleaguered President. By Hugh Sidey. Editorial:Shape of events from one year to the next. Reviews: Book: Ann Fairbairn's Five Smooth Stones, reviewed by Eleanor Perry. Movie: The Sand Pebbles, reviewed by Richard Schickel. The Feminine Eye: The clean breast and the fell swoop. By Shana Alexander.
February 10 1967 Life Magazine Grissom White Chaffee
LIFE magazine published February 10, 1967 which sold for 35 cents. It is in good vintage condition and includes the following: Farewell to the Heroes (salutes to Astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee, the Apollo team who died in a launch rehersal); The Search Begins in the Scorched Capsule; The Presidency; Harold Howe II, Commissioner of Education Tough Blunt Master of U.S. Schools; A Smirnoff ad with Zsa Zsa Gabor; Beautiful Pacesetter of the London Whirl (Oklahoma-born Adelle Donen leads U.S. take-over of British social life); Breakthrough by Du Pont: A Drug that Blocks Viruses; Soft is the Silence of the City (Worst snow in Chicago's history); and Skydiver. Will make a wonderful addition to your vintage magazine collection, an informative and interesting read, or make an interesting gift for a loved one born on or in the week of February 10, 1967. Better yet, start a collection of Life magazines for each year in the week of your own birthday, and see the changes that have taken place during your own lifetime! Fantastic!
Life Magazine March 10, 1967 Battle Jump New Tactics
LIFE MAGAZINE MARCH 10, 1967 ARTICLES INCLUDE: HENRY R. LUCE 1898-1967 MEDICINE - ULTRASONIC FOG VIEW FROM A MANHATTAN APARTMENT BATTLE JUMP IN VIETNAM - PARATROOPERS CHARLIE CHAPLIN TREASURE FROM A SPANISH FLEET
COVER: China: Crisis in Mao's Purge CONDITION*: Good, light wear on cover (see photo) NOTEWORTHY: 'Tatzepao'--Grim News for China feature article Watch Out for the Hook, My Friend article about great director Milos Forman Bernini's Work at Age 13 looks at newly discovered sculpture by famed 17th century artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini Profile of actress Jeanne Moreau
Life Magazine September 2 1966 Fdr's Secret Romance
COVER: First Color Pictures: FALL FASHIONS FROM PARIS -- The Liveliest Ever. St. Laurent's pop-art version of how to dress for dinner. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: L.B.J. Rallies His Consensus: On a flying tour of the Northeast, he draws large crowds, speaks out for his policies, bolsters congressional candidates and pauses for a border chat with Canada's prime minister. Aloft in the flying White House. Article by Richard B. Stolley. Photographed by Bill Eppridge. On the Newsfronts of the World: People and events around the globe, including the rescue of two alpinists trapped on Mont Blanc's Dru Needle. CLOSE-UP: Yukio Mishima, Japan's Samurai strongman of letters. YOUR CASTLE AWAITS YOU, SIRE!: The new way to soak up Europe's splendors--by living like a king. Photographed by Pierre Boulat. What it's like to step over a drawbridge into the past. By Mary Leatherbee. SPORTS: A rash of new swimming records as younger and younger swimmers go faster and faster. F.D.R.'S SECRET ROMANCE: His affection for Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd spanned 30 years. Further details about a romantic footnote to an era. By Jonathan Daniels. MAN, THE TERRITORIAL ANIMAL: Concluding part: Robert Ardrey, distinguished author of African Genesis, challenges old assumptions to explain the behavior of men and nations. PARIS STYLES, THE LIVELIEST EVER: The new fall lines are full of surprises, including pop art and fashions from prerevolutionary Russia. Photographed by Jean-Claude Sauer. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials: Indira's India--a hopeful surprise; Why keep safety in the dark?. Reviews: Book: Robert Crichton's The Secret of Santa Vittoria, reviewed by Frank Kappler. Movie: Alfie, reviewed by Richard Schickel. TV: Storm Signal, a documentary on a family addicted to dope, reviewed by David Martin. The Feminine Eye: Dublin is my sure thing. By Shana Alexander. Letters to the Editors.
Life Magazine September 30 1966 Harrison As Dr Dolittle
FOLDOUT COVER: In the children's classic, REX HARRISON as DR. DOOLITTLE. Cover photo by eliot Elisofon. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: BLAZING OPENING OF THE NEW MET: The Lincoln Center spectacle overwhelms the music as a diva sings for the old Met's ghosts. Photographed by Michael Rougier. [Beautiful color photos from the opening, and Franco Zeffirelli's Antony and Cleopatra , and Leotyne Price] ] On the Newsfronts of the World: Who could kill Valerie Percy? A WALK WITH REBECCA WEST: Close-up of the noted British specialist in traitors, spies and weeds. By Jim Hicks. [With photos] SCIENCE: Electronic devices help blind to see with ears. MUSIC: The MAMAS AND THE PAPAS -- catchiest new sound since the Beatles. By Gerald Moore. [NICE article, with photos of Michelle Phillips, Cass Elliot, Denny Doherty and John Phillips] CHINA SERIES CONTINUED: The Sweep of Revolution and the Years of the Warlords: Part II. The fall of the Manchus; the Sun Yat-sen Republic and how it was lost; ways of the West take hold but ancient hardships cling; Chiang Kai-shek's break with Communists and victory over warlords; a nation reunified. SPACE: Geography lesson by Gemini 11; the earth from 850 miles up. TRAILBREAKER OF THE DEEPS: Willard Bascom -- part Columbus, part Barnum -- explores and exploits the seas. By Paul O'NeiI. DEBONAIR REX HARRISON PLAYS DR. DOLITTLE: The beloved M.D. of children's fiction is brought to the screen by Rex Harrison. [NICE color photos!] The author's son tells of a visit by his dude dad. By Cohn Lofting. [Nice article about Hugh Lofting] VISIT: Philippine first family charms Lyndon Johnson. FASHION: Eyes right for a military flair. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials. Reviews. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: Culture's big super-event. By Shana Alexander. The Presidency: Idea man for J.F.K. and L.B.J. has an idea the G.O.P. could use. By Hugh Sidey. Miscellany:Eyes right for military flair.
COVER: EASTER in JERUSALEM, Jarring contrasts of piety and tourism on Via Dolorosa. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: INDIA'S POST-ELECTION FURY: Violence follows on the heels of the Congress party's stinging setbacks. What staggered the old order. By Don Moser. ON THE NEWSFRONTS OF THE WORLD: People and events around the globe. Ex-candidate James Meredith still marches to a different drumbeat. By Andrew Kopkind. CLOSE-UP: ERIC HOFFER is an iconoclastic mover of cargo and words. Hoffer is almost continuously absorbing ideas or spewing them forth. MOVIES: Shy ex-waif ELIZABETH HARTMAN pops up as a sexpot. She gets a brand new look. Miss Hartman, loking anything but pitiable, relaxes during a break in filming of her role as a teasing off-broadway actress-cum-go-go girl. [NICE article/interview with many PHOTOS!] EASTER IN JERUSALEM: In art and life, the jarring contrasts of the Passion are shown in photographs by Enrico Sarsini. The true path lies buried under stone and myth. By Dorothy Seiberling. DEFECTION OF SVETLANA STALIN: Why the dictator's daughter -- whom he truly loved -- embarked on a journey of no return. By Marvin H. Zim. HOW TV WENT HAYWIRE: How the medium became a lost rocket -- and what could be done to recover it. Second of two articles by Fred W. Friendly, from his book Due to Circumstances beyond Our Control. IDEAS IN HOUSES: Part 22: Tree-house ski house. Not a home but a Happening. By Frank Kappler OPINION AND COMMENT: THE PRESIDENCY: A burgeoning boss picks an old hand. By Hugh Sidey. REVIEWS: Movie: You're a Big Boy Now, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, reviewed by Richard Schickel. Golf: Computer Golf, reviewed by John McDermott. Book: Raymond Queneau's The Blue Flowers, reviewed by Webster Schott. Editorial:The solar system is our parish;Letters to the Editors;Miscellany
Life March 31 1967 James Joyce Ulysses Mickey Mantle
COVER: Astonishing discoveries in infant aptitudes. Early learning right in the crib. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: A TEST CASE FOR OLD GLORY: Stuffed sculpture dramatizes the uses and abuses of the flag. A battle over the Bill of Rights. By Fred Powledge. ON THE NEWSFRONTS OF THE WORLD: Photos, letters upstage the Guam show. People and events around the globe. UNIVERSALITY OF ATHENAGORAS I: The leader of Eastern Orthodoxy says: Come in -- we have no closed doors . EARLY LEARNING'S SECRETS: Education's next revolution will reach right into the crib. SPORTS: One more trial for the great MICKEY MANTLE. First Base. It takes him a while to get untangled. [With photos!] JAMES JOYCE'S 'ULYSSES': The famed Irishman's cryptic and controversial classic is brought impressively to the screen. I like him because he saw or felt what a woman is . [Many photos from the film.] FASHION: The princess and the paper lash. ANIMALS: A toddler great ape with a fleece as white as snow. The First Albino Gorilla ever known to science. MODERN LIVING: Tomorrow's pueblo -- Expo 67's wild-looking Habitat . Many photos. MISCELLANY. OPINION AND COMMENT: THE PRESIDENCY: Jet extension of the Oval Office. By Hugh Sidey. Farm controls can taper off; A document as valuable as divisions; EDITORS' NOTE. REVIEWS: Book: Thornton Wilder's The Eighth Day, reviewed by Josh Greenfeld. Movie: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, reviewed by Richard Schickel. THE VIEW FROM HERE: The strange new love land of the hippies. By Loudon Wainwright. Letters to the Editors. FULL PAGE Vintage ads include: HOOVER; CAMARO; MISS CLAIROL; FORD FAIRLANE (RED!); LINCOLN Continental; FORD MUSTANG (red!); FIG NEWTONS; COKE on Back Cover;MORE
Life Magazine April 7 1967 North Vietnam 12 Pages Pics
OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials Short-sighted view of trade Technological know-how plus know-what Reviews Book: Herbert Gold's Fathers, reviewed by Webster Schott Movie: The War Game, reviewed by Richard Schickel Television: The era of cruelty, reviewed by Bruce Williamson The Feminine Eye:I go back to an elephant nursery. By Shana Alexander THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES North Vietnam under Siege: Pictures and impressions by Lee Lockwood, first American photographer admitted into North Vietnam since 1954. Sights and contrasts of four weeks in Hanoi and the scarred countryside. U.S. prisoners: an eerie puppet show and a heated commentary from Ambassador Averell Harriman. Interviews with enemy leaders of the North and the Vietcong Close-Up: Betty Furness is back - as the nation's icebox-watcher Science: Poor Ramses III X-rays reveal that Pharaoh had a royal toothache U.S.S.R.'s Super Movie Studio: A tour of Mosfilm, home of big-spectacle movies with soft-sell propaganda. Photographed by Dmitri Kessel. A Moscow moviegoer's hunt for a thriller. By Peter Young The $3 Million Sham: How Mr. and Mrs. Medders amazed Texas - with a five-year spending spree on borrowed money. By David Nevin The Cult of Angry Ayn Rand: Followers of The Fountainhead philosophy of selfishness are out to lead us back to a 19th Century paradise. By Dora Jane Hamblin Sports: Big year for Harry The Hat Walker, the gabbiest manager in baseball; his Pittsburgh Pirates are the team to beat. By John R. McDermott Art: A twittering galaxy of electronic sculptures that go eeeep and boop Sequel: Patricia Neal's radiant return. The film star who suffered a near-fatal stroke prepares for a big moment on TV. By Barry Farrell Miscellany: The fleet feet with a flaw
Life Magazine April 14 1967 Percy Rockefeller Eastwood
Editorials It is high noon in Geneva Hardnosed highwaymen ride again Reviews Book: James Jones's Go the the Widow-maker, reviewed by Gene Baro Psychedelia: Rock Flow in East Village, reviewed by Tom Prideaux Movie: Otto Preminger's Hurry Sundown, reviewed by Richard Schickel The Week's News and Features Fair England Fouled by Oil: Despite spectacular efforts by the RAF to burn it at sea, an oil slick from a stricken tanker washes ashore. By Jim Hicks On the Newsfronts of the World: Aden: Keeping the peace - and tempers. People and events around the globe The Presidency: Lyndon B. Johnson's diplomatic foray into South America. By Hugh Sidey Special Section: South America Onrush to Manana: Spectacular examples of progress in lands still marked by poverty and primitivism. Photographed by Paul Schutzer, Bill Ray and Farrell Grehan Our Stake in the Awakening: The challenge posed to the U.S. by a revolution that already is in progress. By Richard N. Goodwin, former presidential adviser for Latin America The Percy-Rockefeller Wedding: Two rings, a kiss and a sweeping train . . . and Sharon Percy becomes Mrs. John D. Rockefeller IV Movies: Clint Eastwood, the former drover on TV's Rawhide, brings a new level of violence to the old West Fashion: Miniskirted Twiggy makes U.S. styles swing Sports: High-speed therapy on the ski slopes for amputees Triumphs of Jacqueline du Pre: She's a cellist with charisma and a gifted big blonde with gusto. By Jon Borgzinner Great Dinners: Part 40: An offbeat artichoke as a first course of a springtime feast. Photograph by Fred Lyon. The main course of chicken calls for some expert boning. Eleanor Graves Miscellany
COVER: HAPPENINGS. THE Worldwide underground of the arts creates The Other Culture . THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: YEVTUSHENKO WRITES OF AMERICA: The famed Russian tells in two poems about his visit to the U.S. Photographed by Enrico Sarsini. CLOSE-UP: Criminal lawyer F. LEE BAILEY, brash newcomer to th ranks of great defenders. By Donald Jackson.[NICE, In-depth article, with multiple photos!] FASHION: Breathe in -- the belt comes back. THE GNARLED FACE OF CRETE: The Greek island offers the traveler 4,000 years of beauty in a rugged land. Brave ghosts, gallant dancers. By Mary Leatherbee. Photographed by Sam Shaw. IOWA M.D. IN VIETNAM: Bac Si Owen volunteers to ease the pain of war. THE OTHER CULTURE: An explorer of the worldwide Underground of art finds, behind its orgiastic Happenings, brutalities and pot-seed pancakes, a wild Utopian dream. By Barry Farrell. SPORTS: Big Low Alcindor measures his lonely world: It wasn't made for people over six foot two. By John Riley. GREAT DINNERS: A soufflé spiked with spinach. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorials: Public TV: a wasteland oasis; Reprieve for a canyon, now the redwoods. Reviews: Book: Robert Lowell's Near the Ocean, reviewed by Websfër Schott. Music: A new Tristan and Isolde, reviewed by Stefan Kanfer. Book: Elia Kazan's The Arrangement, reviewed by Eleanor Perry. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: The ping is the thing. By Shana Alexander. The Presidency: In pursuit of the elusive peace feelers. By Hugh Sidey. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: ZSA ZSA GABOR, for Smirnoff Vodka; MORE
March 3 1967 Life Leonardo Da Vinci Walter Matthau
Life Magazine - March 3, 1967 Lost Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci This 40-year-old magazine is in very good to excellent condition, with a mailing label on the front cover. There is normal cover wear, and a small stain in the upper and lower corners of the last 25 or so pages. The 98-page magazine is an excellent educational resource. Enable your children or students to read about the events that shaped history as they occurred. The magazine contains dozens of photographs, and includes the following articles: * Leonardo's Lost Notebooks * To See This land, America * Romney Rubs Noses with Voters * Strange Quest of James Kidd * The Equivocal Hero of Science Robert Oppenheimer * Unmasking the Great Putty Face (Walter Matthau)
August 4, 1967 Life Magazine Detroit Fire Carl Sandburg
ORIGINAL LIFE MAGAZINE ONE magazine; from a collection of thousands! Check out my other items! Contains info and pictures of: NEGRO REVOLT - TROOPS PATROL BURNING DETROIT STREET ((THIS IS THE COVER PICTURE)) Article on pages 16-28. BIZARRE FASHIONS on PAGES 37-42. ARTICLE ON CARL SANDBURG WITH PHOTOS. (PAGES 44-52) Stored for years in a large home collection. August THE 4th,1967 8-4-67
AUGUST 11 1967 LIFE MAGAZINE ARTICLES INCLUDED: INFERNO ON USS 'FORRESTAL', THE ISOLATED BEAUTY OF NEPAL, THE AFTERMATH IN DETROIT, CASTRO REVOLUTION EXPORT MODEL, A SAD TWILIGHT FOR DE GAULLE, CONFESSIONS OF A BUSSINESS THING PLUS LOTS OF GREAT VINTAGE ADS
September 8, 1967 Life Magazine Beatles Yastrzemski Ads
ORIGINAL LIFE MAGAZINE Front Cover: CARL YASTRZEMSKI; BOSTON SLUGGER SINGLES AGAINST CHICAGO (Baseball)....(Story inside).... TITLED: THE FRENZIED PENNANT RACE. This magazine has been page-by-page inspected and is all here-NO clipped articles or torn out pages.... ONE magazine; from a collection of thousands! 9-8-67 Dated: SEPT. the 8th, 1967 Cover: Brazen Empire of Crime-PART II How the MOB muscles into your daily life. PAGES 91-104 COSA NOSTRAS CORRUPTION OF SPORTS 2 color pictures of several flowers & the BEATLES and their womanfolk with the guru Indian mystic Maharishi Mahesh Yogi....An hour after these pictures they learned of Brian Epsteins early death. Shirley Temple Black story and photographs..Page 27 The small colorful official NFL cookbook is still here and in-tact! Never removed from staples. Pages 83-88 WILD ANTARTICA GREAT PENGUIN PHOTOGRAPHS!
Life Mag Magazine September 15, 1967/stalin's Daughter
LIFE MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 15, 1967: COVER: SVETLANA ALLILUYEVA: CONTENTS: 'DI BAU' DAY IN VIETNAM...SWEDEN DRIVES ON THE RIGHT...MRS. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE WHITE HOUSE WORLD...MARK SPITZ AIMS AT THE OLYMPICS...LEIF ERICSSON AND HIS RELATIVES...U.S. STYLES WITH THE EXPO LOOK...THE REAL GREAT SOCIETY...MEMOIRS OF STALIN'S DAUGHTER...STURROCK AND WRIGHT OF THE DAME PATTIE...THE MET'S NEWEST STAR UNDER WRAPS...AND MUCH MORE:
LIFE MAGAZINE, September 22, 1967. The cover is 'Svetlana Alliluyeva - Stalin's Daughter', articles include, 'Shock of Public Riots', 'Gala Night For Love of Venice' and 'Intimate Memoirs of Stalin's Daughter' among others. There are also many big Travel Photos, big Car ads and Lots of other period stuff
Life Magazine September 29 1967 Abm Barbra Streisand
COVER: The Chilling facts behind the decision to build the Anti-Ballistic Missile. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: DEFENSE FANTASY COME TRUE: Secretary McNamara explains the logic behind the new ABM system. ON THE NEWSFRONTS OF THE WORLD: Aces in baseball's wild windup. Fatal Turkish soccer match; abducted Russian; Sikkim prelude to a skirmish. Maxi to mini in Scotland Yard. CRIME: In Louisiana, a governor and a D.A. offer resignations over exposure of the Mob. By Sandy Smith. CLOSE-UP: Lovingest animal lover, Ivan Tors trains four-footed stars for TV and movies. SCIENCE: An abandon-ship bubble. REVOLUTION SINCE LITTLE ROCK: The surprising progress of Negro education all across the South. Photographed by Bill Eppridge. Struggle that changed Glen Allan. By David Nevin. ARAB PAWNS OF WAR: Refugees search for a home. Photographed by Cornell Capa. A statement by King Hussein. Hopeful truths about the new reality. By Moshe Dayan. 10,000-TO-1 PAYOFF: Wall Streeter's hunch on a drug opens a medical frontier. By Albert Rosenfeld. [About DPH] YOUTH: Battle of the bands: 29 teen-age groups rock for the U.S. title. MOVIES: BARBRA STREISAND in a goofy movie ballet for Funny Girl. [Multipler full page color photos!] BARBRA STREISAND: She walks the other way. By John Hallowell. OPINION AND COMMENT: Editorial: China must update its own fable. Reviews: Movie: Chuka, with Rod Taylor, reviewed by Richard Schickel. Book: Brock Brower's Debris, reviewed by Melvin Maddocks. Music: The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, by Lab Schifrin, reviewed by Harvey Siders. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: The Roman astonishment. By Shana Alexander.
October 13, 1967 Life Magazine Bergman Ingrid Mid East
ORIGINAL LIFE MAGAZINE WITH a COLORFUL cover. Nice enough to frame from a collection of thousands! Check out my other items! GREAT Birthday gift idea! Contains info and pictures of: Ingrid Bergman end her exile ((THIS IS THE COLORFUL COVER PICTURE)) Inside:The Middle East Part II Western ways jolt the Arabs Inside: A Rather Scandalized Report: NUDITY IN PUBLIC Also inside: severalcolorful car ads; and some nice ads for POLAROID, The Swinger
LIFE magazine READ HISTORY AS IT HAPPENED... LIFE offers a great variety of ads that reflected previous decades' day-to-day living. These include transportation, food/drink, appliances, cigarettes, and grooming items. Each magazine is full of memories of times past! COVER: Runaway Kids CONDITION*: Very Good NOTEWORTHY: Idea Broker in the Race Crisis about Pat Moynihan A Covey of Spies is Flushed in Germany article A look at the Taj Mahal, article and photos Profile of Robert Shaw Feature article about runaway kids
Life Magazine April 21 1967 Wilt Chamberlain Bataan
Editorials Ways to control snooping Dr. Martin Luther King's disservice to his cause Reviews Book: Chaim Potok's The Chosen, reviewed by Josh Greenfield Movie: Accident, reviewed by Penelope Gilliatt Music: Simon and Garfunkel, reviewed by Stephan Kanfer The Week's News and Features Bataan - Then and Now: The surviving few return, a quarter of a century later. Japanese photographs, never before published, recall the agony of the U.S. garrison's surrender and the infamous Death March. By Jim Hicks On the Newsfronts of the World: A cool pilot brings a flaming jetliner to a safe landing. The summit meeting at Punta del Este. The Presidency: A benefactor sealed off. By Hugh Sidey Close-Up: Heloise, the most-heeded housewife Science: A submarine built to serve as a shuttle bus A Major LIFE Series Crisis of the Individual: Part I: The challenge for free men in a mass society. In a disturbing phenomenon of our times, the individual human being is best by an uneasy sense of emptiness and anonymity. The problem of having too much to choose from. By Bayard Hooper. Physiology: The Pupillograph: a device to tell how people react to something by looking into their eyes. Big Wilt - Too Much Giant: How the great basketball star (Wilt Chamberlain) of the Philadelphia 76ers finally won out over his Boston nemesis. By Jeremy Larner. The Murf the Surf Jinx: A notorious Miami Beach rogue was bad news to a bad stoolie. By Keith Wheeler and Sandy Smith. Fashion: Watches well worth watching Movies: Casino Royale is a spectacular spoof Sequel: The 10 desperate minutes of the Apollo spacecraft fire, as told for the first time by those who were there Miscellany
Life Magazine April 28 1967 Montreal Fair Woody Allen
COVER: Tomorrow Soars in at the Fair: Expo '67 CONDITION*: Very Good NOTEWORTHY: Woody great article about Woody Allen The Search for Purpose about the need to contribute to society, part II of The Individual series Architecture's Leap into the Future an extensive look into the sights and ideas of the 1967 Expo in Montreal as it prepares to open
COVER: The Gifted, wide-eyed sprite that is Mrs. Sinatra, MIA FARROW. THE WEEK'S NEWS AND FEATURES: MIA SINATRA: The odds, ends and style of an impish actress who would rather play somebody else. Photographed by Bill Eppridge. Text by Thomas Thompson. [Interesting article, LOADS of photos!] TO HONOR 'DER AITE': Chiefs of state say farewell to Germany's Konrad Adenauer. CRISIS OF THE INDIVIDUAL, PART III: FRUSTRATING WARFARE OF BUSINESS: The problem of making work worthwhile, Photographed by Howard Sochurek. Article by Chris Argyris: no one tells the boss about the conformity he is creating. SVETLANA: Stalin's daughter arrives in the U.S. with a book to find self-expression . PUZZLING G.O.P. FRONT RUNNER: People are asking what -- or whether -- George Romney thinks about major issues: a revealing study of the man and his views. By Brock Brower. BOOKS: Adult spy goes to high school: masquerade of a 30-plus housewife who thought young . IDEAS IN HOUSES: Part 23: A seaside fortress, small and solid on a savage site. By Robert Wernick. GREEK COUP SEEN FROM A WINDOW, Photographed by Farrell Grehan. ON THE NEWSFRONTS OF THE WORLD: Soviet Cosmonaut Komarov: he gave his life in space; Just before it hit -- the twister over Oak Lawn. OPINION AND COMMENT: EDITORIALS:The risk of knowing space; Broken promise to juveniles. REVIEWS: Book: C. P. Snow's Variety of Men, reviewed by Melvin Maddocks. Movie: The Family Way, reviewed by Richard Schickel. Restaurant: The Spanish Pavilion, reviewed by Eleanor Graves. Letters to the Editors. THE FEMININE EYE: Homogenizing the Eskimo. By Shana Alexander.
Life Magazine May 19, 1967 Wally Schira Apollo Team
COVER: New Apollo Team CONDITION*: Very Good NOTEWORTHY: Footage Instead of Yardage for Jim Brown the emerging film career of Cleveland Browns football player Jimmy Brown Who Says College Kids Have Changed? article Whip of Black Power article on Stokely Carmichael California's Stylish First Lady, Size 6 about Nancy Reagan's fashion sense Big Boss of the Thunder Herd article about Soichiro Honda, head of Honda Motors Up Hill 881 With the Marines article & photos
1967 May Life Magazine Vietnam Marine Lew Walt Hoffa
A LIFE MAGAZINE DATED MAY 26, 1967. THE COVER OF THE MAGAZINE FEATURES BIG LEW WALT: THE MARINES' MARINE ON VIETNAM'S HOTTEST SPOT. OTHER GREAT ARTICLES IN THIS MAGAZINE INCLUDE: THE TWO WARS OF GENERAL WALT: THE MARINE COMMANDER'S FIGHT TO WIN THE PEOPLE AND DESTROY THE ENEMY ED LONG'S HELP-HOFFA CAMPAIGN FAREWELL TO PAINTER EDWARD HOPPER SEARCHING A CAVE FOR 3 TOM SAWERS DEGUALLE TAKES NOTE OF A PHARAOH'S GRANDEUR A SHOW OF PRO-MAO MENANCE IN HONG KONG EAST SIDE OF THE GERMAN WALL HOW IT FEELS TO DIE- VICTIM OF ALLERGIC ONSLAUGHT TV- THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW REVIEWED
Life Magazine December 17,1965 Old Ad Catholicism's
LIFE magazine READ HISTORY AS IT HAPPENED... LIFE offers a great variety of ads that reflected previous decades' day-to-day living. These include transportation, food/drink, appliances, cigarettes, and grooming items. Each magazine is full of memories of times past! COVER: Catholicism's Epic Venture CONDITION*: Very Good NOTEWORTHY: Profile of actress Barbara Harris How the Girls Really Are looks at the attitudes and opinions of students from women's colleges (article is in response to a Princeton guide to eastern women's colleges) Great article about Dante and his Inferno The Council Ends Its Epochal Task at the Vatican
Life Magazine September 17, 1965 India Pakistan Shock
LIFE magazine READ HISTORY AS IT HAPPENED... LIFE offers a great variety of ads that reflected previous decades' day-to-day living. These include transportation, food/drink, appliances, cigarettes, and grooming items. Each magazine is full of memories of times past! COVER: Shock of a New War CONDITION*: Very Good NOTEWORTHY: Article about cartoonist Jules Feiffer, includes cartoons and observations by Feiffer Everything's Up to Date in Kuwait article Goodby [sic] at Lambarene about the life and death of Dr. Albert Schweitzer Tape-it-Yourself TV looks at new technology through Sony that enables one to record home movies onto tape and then view immediately on TV (only requires $1345, a spare tabletop and several pieces of equipment) Profile of William F. Buckley as he ran for mayor of New York
Life Magazine September 3 1965 Astronaut Conrad Gemini5
LIFE MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 23, 1965 VIETNAM STORY: THE BATTLE OF CHU LAISPORTS STORY [PHOTOS]: A PITCHER GOES TO BAT AGAINST THE CATCHER.........PITCHER JUAN MARICHAL OF THE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS LASHED OUT WITH HIS BAT AT CATCHER JOHN ROSEBORO OF LA DODGERS. FASHIONS: [GREAT 60'S MOD/HIP FASHIONS FOR WOMAN...MY COMMENTS] FIREWORKS AND FEATHERS...FIRST COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NEW PARIS STYLES SPACE: ANATOMY OF THE GEMINI SPACECRAFT HOME: A HIGH UP HOUSE [WHATS NEAT HERE IS THE PICTURES OF THE 60'S FURNISHINGS WHICH ARE 'IN FASHION' AGAIN
Life Magazine October 22 1965 Mary Martin Patricia Neal
COVER: MARY MARTIN in VIETNAM. Hello Dolly at Nha Trang. Cover Photo: Charles Moore. HELIO, DOLLY! --AND A VIETNAM AMBUSH: Mary Martin tours the U.S. outposts. Airborne soldiers are trapped in Iron Triangle . BUSY BACKUP MAN: Vice President Humphrey winds up Congress and has a few tense hours. By Richard Stolley. ITEMS IN THE NEWS: Sukarno plays it cool in a confused coup, Britain's queen takes a hike in Scotland. DISORDERS IN CRAWFORDVILLE: A Klansman lets fly with a haymaker, troopers tackle Negro students. A FOOTBALL FIRST: the Twin Tower Play. MORE BOOT CAMP THAN CAMPUS: Military academy in Texas operates Marine style. WHEN AMERICA WAS CALLED VINLANDA: Vikings' view of New World fills a big gap in history. By Marion Steinmann. BRAVURA YEAR FOR ITALIAN BEAUTY: New fashions and lovely young women combine with old splendor. Photographed by Milton H. Greene. [With Beautiful photographs of Benedetta Burzini, Donna Selvaggia Borromeo d'Adda, Donna Allegra Caracciolo, Donna Diana Savino, Adria Ramacci, Lilina Monti, Daniela Bianchi, Ivana D'Orso, and others! PLUS: An appreciation [Of Italian Beauty!] by Luigi Barzini. [With photo of him with daughter Benedetta. BAD BOY OF THE PROS: JOE DON LOONEY is football's most talked-about player. By Marshall Smith. THE GALLANT FIGHT OF PATRICIA NEAL: After a triumph, the tragedy-haunted actress survives a terrible calamity. By Barry Farrell; photographed by Leonard McCombe. [AMAZING, REMARKABLE, and LONG IN-DEPTH story of Patricia Neal's fight to recovery. With MANY, MANY Photos of her with husband ROALD DAHL, and family, before, during, and after the ordeal. MANY pages!] NEW LIGHT ON DOLPHINS: The Navy wants to know about their built-in radar. Editorial: A booming economy with only small ifs. LIFE Reviews: Book: Muriel Spark's The Mandelbaum Gate, reviewed by Jane Howard. Movie: The Little Ones, reviewed by Eleanor Perry. Music: Last Faust at the old Met, reviewed by Ron Eyer. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: Broadway show in a theater of war. By Shana Alexander. Miscellany: House with high overhead.
LIFE MAGAZINE DATED AUGUST 6, 1965. THE COVER OF THE MAGAZINE FEATURES VIETNAM: IN ACTION WITH THE NAVY OFF VIETNAM, THE FLEET LASHES OUT. OTHER GREAT ARTICLES IN THIS MAGAZINE INCLUDE: U.S.S OKLAHOMA CITY SHELLS VIETCONG IN ACTION WITH THE NAVY OFF VIETNAM AS THE FLEET LASHES OUT, GREAT PICS!!! RUSSIA'S LETHAL SURFACE TO AIR MISSLE. BIG SEC ROW OVER TEXAS GULF SULPHUR PATRICK HEMINGWAY IN AFRICA THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MARINER IV PICS OF MARS, GREAT!. EL CORDOBES- BULLFIGHTER. PANCZKO BROTHERS CRIME WAVE IN CHICAGO. NEWSPAPER ARTICLES INCLUDE: JOHN LONGDEN HITS 6000 YANKS SHADE A'S ON LOPEZ' SINGLE CHISOX DEFEAT BOSTON SADECKI WILD PITCH 'GIVES' WIN TO CINCY 40TH DIVISION NATIONAL GUARDSMEN SET UP BARRIADE IN LONG BEACH TO ENFORCE CURFEW WHITE SOX NAB 6TH IN ROW EARLY HOMERS HELP INDIANS SPLIT TWIN BILL
July 9, 1965 Life Magazine Viet Nam War Advertising Ads
FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENED THE WEEK YOU WERE BORN! Contains article/info on: Several references to the war (Viet Nam) Movie Review:What's New Pussycat? Politics/Upheaval/Fashion/Weekly headlines and more! Plus; full page color ads.((Advertisements)) Cover is full-color of a woman in 2-piece bathing suits on a Yacht on the Riviera
Life Magazine November 20 1964 Great Race Anne Bancroft
COVER: Russia's Marshal Rodion Malinovsky (left) and General of the Army A. P. Beloborodov exchange salutes as their limousines pass in Red Square parade (see page 42). RUSSIA SHOWS OFF ITS MISSILES: A spectacular parade of new rocketry in Red Square. China's Premier Chou En-Iai is a difficult guest. By Robert Brigham. SIGHT FOR FIVE BLIND BROTHERS: A remarkable feat of marathon surgery enables five Italian boys to see. By Jordan Bonfante. FASHIONS: Bad Black, Goody White. [Fashion photo spread, featuring TONY CURTIS and JACK LEMMON in costume from their rolse in THE GREAT RACE!] VLADIMIR NABOKOV: Master Of Versatility: The author of Lolita is an expert at languages, chess and lepidoptera. [In-depth article, with multiple photos!] PENTHOUSES: Boom at the Top: Everybody now demands luxury with a view. NEW PLAY: 'The Physicists': Bizarre new drama, set in a madhouse, explores the perils of knowledge. What was thought cannot be unthought. By Tom Prideaux. TOP DOG WITH A TOPKNOT: Yorkshire terrier becomes a stylish new pet. SAGA OF 'MY GAL SAL': A derelict bomber on an arctic icecap stirs a memory of an adventure of war. PARADISE FOR GRAVE ROBBERS: Italy's antiquities prove a lucrative temptation tor thieves who make off with millions in art treasures. By Dora Jane Hamblin. BATTLING BANCROFT: ANNE BANCROFT is back in fighting trim, in two tough roles. [Text and photos from THE PUMPKIN EATER and OUT ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN.] The Anger is pretended but the bruises are real. SUPERMARKET ART GALLERY: A New York exhibit shows wax meat, metal eggs and a bronze watermelon at $500 a slice. Art or not, it's food for thought. By Calvin Tomkins. Editorials: J.F.K.: Reflections a year later; Stupid question, stupid answer. LIFE Reviews: Movie: My Fair Lady as Eliza Doolittle might react to it. By Richard Oulahan. Book: James Purdy's Cabot Wright Begins, reviewed by Conrad Knickerbocker. Theater: The time of the mouse. By Ronald Alexander. Letters to the Editors. The Feminine Eye: Exploring the hookup frontier. By Shana Alexander. Miscellany: Brother's crowning touch. FULL PAGE vintage ADS include: TAMMY GRIMES, full page photo with a sixshooter, for SMIRNOFF VODKA!; 46 Great Drinks! -- bartender's guide pamphlet from SOUTHERN COMFORT; MICHAEL RENNIE photo for HEUBLEIN COCKTAILS; MORE
Mickey Mantle Ny Yankees Life Magazine July 30, 1965
This is a Life Magazine from July 30th 1965 featuring Mickey Mantle of the NY Yankees. Mantle was one of the greatest ballplayers ever to play the game. This is a nice historic, nostalgic piece of memorabilia of a baseball legendary hero. You can frame or matte to your own choosing. The photo is in good condition and would make a nice addition to any collection.
LIFE MAGAZINE JUNE 11, 1965. FEATURE ARTICLE: WATERLOO. THE GREAT BATTLE 150 YEARS AGO. MANY OTHER ARTICLES OF INTEREST AND GREAT ADS. HOT AIR BALLOON RACES (PAGES 49-58) WATERLOO: 1815 / NAPOLEAN (PAGES 68-92) NICE COLORFUL COCA COLA COKE AD ON BACK COVER.