Time Magazine - March 29, 1976 76 complete pages. Cover: Watergate on film, Hoffman All the President's Men Jobs: slim pickings for the Class of 76 -Carter goes a-wooing and Ford campaigning - How that Daley machine rolls - Hiss has been lieing - Detente
Time Magazien - August 10, 1942 96 complete pages: Cover:McNaughton of the Canadians, his dagger was pointed at Berlin -U. S. at War, Marshall at White House - Gen. Stilwell in Burma - Afghanistan - Egypt - Paul Joseph Goebbels -Battle of Russia - Red run the rivers -Battle of Egypt
Life Magazine - February 13, 1970 66 complete pages. Cover: Your Dollar problem, how some americans beat inflation -Boston' centennial coup -Actress Jacqueline Bisset Its a drag to be pretty =Two tough joints get a life sentence -Sing Sing and the Rock
Life Magazine - October 9, 1970 84 complete pages. The chilling story of a dog with two masters by Romain Gary - Cover and story: The Mideast after Nasser - Winningest coach (Paterno) takes his lumps - A Tom Sawyer boyhood-1970 style
Life Magazine - April 10, 1970 84 complete pages. Cover and article: A Bitter feud- two great surgeons at war over the Human heart: Dr. Denton Cooley and Dr. Michael DeBakey -Louisiana still jumps for mobster Marcello - Alaska's problem - the Navy vs. Culebra -
Life Magazine - April 3, 1970 74 complete pages. Laos and Cambodia: New troubles for the U. S. - Lauren Bacall hits broadway with song and dance(Cover) -Memories of big country, cowboys reminise -A Prince falls in Asia and U.S. troubles rise
Life Magazine - July 4, 1970 60 complete pages. Fourt of July Special - Values worth cherishing - Battles won,natural beauties that were saved - An American Cross section, ten counties named Hamilton - A Father & son, passing on the gift of joy
Life Magazine - November 20, 1970 84 complete pages. Cover: Co-ed dorms, revolution on campus - The Grandeur of DeGaulle -Jordan's King Hussein -Meet shaky, the first electronic person = The old age of Dustin Hoffman
Parade Magazine - August 21, 1960 20 complete pages. Queen Elizabeth: one man's battle with the British monarch - Cover: William Holden and Eric Erickson: Master Spy, Brooklyn born Swede - Shah of Iranis wife pregnant
Life Magazine - March 27, 1970 70 complete pages. A political fringe turns to terrorism: The Bomb Radicals - The U.S. takes off on credit cards - jack Nicholson - How the Japenese got so rich so fast - Rod Serling - Living big in a loft
Life Magazine - September 4, 1970 64 complete pages. Women Arise: Thge revolution that will affect everybody - Fifty years ago woman got the vote - Cover: Copy of Oct. 28,1920 Life. - Paul Mazursky in Wondeerland -Bleak fate of the Yankee mills
Parade Magazine - September 9, 1962 20 complete pages. Syracuse Herald American - Doctors: Do they have the right to strike? - Janet Leigh: after 15 years in Hollywood. Cover: Jimmy Durante and wife Margie and their adopted daughter
Life Magazine- July 10, 1970 74 complete pages. Cover California girls spangle on the Beach - Report on Cambodia - The tottewring wreck we leave behind -A prehab for the pool side -The Presidence (Pat Nixon)
Parade Magazine - July 22, 1962 20 complete pages. Yakima Sunday Herald - Cover: A typical movie spectacle - The Blockbuster:Hollywood's biggest gamble = Island Paradise:You can still fine one - Elderly drivers,. lets keep them on the road.
Life Magazine - September 25, 1970 78 complete pages. The Suez Standoff: Israeli Phantoms vs. Arab missiles - Pennant scramble: wild windup for the Mets, Cubs, Pirates- Male Plumage,he men return to elegance - Cover: Greek actor Takis Emmanuel wears a Moroccean caftan
Parade Magazine - December 12, 1965 16 complete pages. Springfield News-Sun --The new look in church worship by Neal Ashby - The Astronauts' family doctor by Fred Blumenthal - Cover: Jean Simmons: Marriage is not enough by Lloyd Shearer
Life Magazine - October 16, 1970 80 complete pages. Cover and artical: Spiro Agnew on the warpath - Cassette tV: The good revolution - Women's life by Clare Boothe Luce -Peter Boyel: reluctant hero of the hardhats
Parade Magazine - February 7, 1960 24 complete pages. The Sunday Fargo Forum - Special article: War on organized crime by U.S. Atty General William P. Rogersa - Cover and article Carl Sandburg- Interview
Life Magazine - January 8, 1970 118 complete pages. Special double issue Into the '70s - Cover: The worlds within our body - The quest for spiritual survival - Article on Barbra Streisand - The Real change has just begun
Life Magazine - February 27, 1970 70 complete pages. Goodby to the glory days: Hollywood puts its past up for sale -The swing area, Glenn Miller Abortion comes out of the shadows - Bobby Orr, Boston Bruine hockey player -
Parade Magazine - August 27, 1967 14 complete pages. Albany Times Union - Why crime pays--the reason behind the shocking truth by Jack Anderson - Cover and story: Raquel Welch: will she follow the tragic pattern of sex symbols by Lloyd Shearer
Parade Magazine - April 18, 1954 28 complete pages. Cover and story: Deborah Kerr & Daughter in their Easter bonnets - College students ask about god - We learn to fight in the Arctic - The Erie Dispatch
Life Magazine - August 24, 1942 108 complete pages. Marines attack Solomons -Many pages of articles, pictures, diagrams of invasion - U.S. soldiers at Corregidor surrender to Japs - Hollywood goes Russian -Sailors Album - Nazi radio station in Greenland destroyed by Coast Guard in the fall of 1941
Lie Magazine - November 30, 1942 144 complete pages.Navl victory in the Solomons , Jap battleship sinking, plus many pages of beautiful battle pictures -Americans on New Guinea close in on Japs with Australian allies - First pictures of American landings on North African shores - Gas and tires - Malta - Truman committee exposes housing mess -Movie of the week: Jack Benny plans in farced - Coffee rationing - Army flight to Panama
Parade Magazine - May 15, 1955 40 complete pages. Cover and article: Lady Eden: Her life with the New Prime Minister - What it takes to break sports records - Article on Jimmy Dean - Colorado - Sioux Falls Argus-Leader
Better Homes and Gardens - December 1954 - 180 complete pages. - Glorify Christmas at home with these - you can make decorations to treasure forever-0 Gifts for the man at home - Fix ice cream in Merry Christmas styles - Salads - Gift shopping by mail
Parade magazine - December 3, 1961 36 complete pages. Erie Times-News - Cover: Billy Wilder, Pamela Tiff, James Cagney - Traffic courts are a national mess --why?? How to prejudge a movie - Albania - Something new for our Prsidents -
Parade Magazine - August 4, 1957 28 complete pages. Cover and article: Bob Hope: 25 years of stardom - Who got Mussolini's missing millions? - New findings about you and sleep... agreat ex-fighter cries Foul! on TV comedians
Better Homes and Gardens - May 1948 300 complete pages. The five star home for May - The handy man - Spring strawberry pie - Sandwiches to go to a party - China cupboards - Kitchen cupboards - How to make the most of your tulips
Parade - March 23, 1969 2 complete magazines from the Orlando Sentinel and the Dayton Daily news - On the cover: Steve McQueen: The lean and hungry look made him a star - The Pat Nixon nobody knows by Jack Anderson
Better Hoames and Gardens - February 1950 - 208 complete pages. Landscape your home grounds =- How to buy lumber - The cake that baked upside down - Cooking secrets - Smart cook - The 12 most commong planting mistakes February garden guide.
Parade Magazine - July 28, 1968 16 complete pages. (New Bedford Standard-Times & The Scrantonian). On the Cover: Tiny Tim with Rowan and Martin. Tiny Tim-hottest fad attraction in show businerss by Lloyd Shearer
Lie Magazine - August 17, 1942 96 complete pages. Cover: Ace Guerrilla -Detroit is dynamite - Britains' Monarch at Windsor - Worst circus fire in years in Cleveland -Gandhi at home - Painting factory -Snake lays eggs - Jack Benny performing -= Lord Louis Mountbatten
Parade Magazine - February 28, 1960 20 complete pages. Are we becoming a nation of Giants? A special Leap year feature: it's time to propose - Cover: Ray Milland and son: the younger generation is getting taller - Oakland Tribune
Better Homes and Gardens - September 1954 - 252 complete pages. f19 pages of ideas for you in this Home for All America - How to use your head - How to do outside painting - The latest garden news - Fruit pies - Be a salad artist
Parade Magazine - April 17, 1966 16 complete pages. Coverand article: Julie Christie: hottest property in show business by Lloyd Shearer - Letters full of hate by Jack Anderson - The News American-Baltimore, Maryland
Better Homes and Gardens - October 1954 274 complete pages. They got the house, they couldn't afford - A bushel of how to do it help for you. The latest garden news - So good with brown sugar - How to dig and store glads.
Parade Magazine - Decedmber 27, 1964 16 complete pages. Cover and article: Woody Allen: smart sad sack by Lloyd Shearer - The years best jokes - Will the Soviet empire crumble? High schooil football stars
Better Homes and Gardens - March 1954 286 complete pages. Your paycheck vs. your marriage - Spring lawn repairs - First report on high school drinking -What draperies are showing? Decorating ideas - Baked potatoes.
Life Magazine - March 9, 1942 100 complete pages. Cover: U.S. Barrage Balloon -Photographers at Cypress Gardens - Japenese carry war to California coast - U. S. uproots Jap aliens - subs gwet another tanker off the Atlantic coast- Barrymores meet.
Better Homes and Gardens- July 1954 156 complete pages. The new hope in car crashes - Summer foods cook book - Step into our cover home Summer Garden watering - color news for your bathroom - Shopping by mail (J7355)
Parade Magazine - March 3, 1968 3 magazines from different cities @ 16 pages each. San Jose Mercury News - Wheeling News-Register, Sioux Falls Argus-Leader - Cover: The many sides of Lyndon Johnson by Jack Anderson - The baby doctor and the Chaplain by Lloyd Shearer
Better Homes and Gardens- February 1954 206 complete pages. How obsolete is your home? Exciting ways with fabrics - How to for the handyman - Lets make it a casserole supper - Contests for cooks- Here's how you plant a rose.
Parade magazine- September 5, 1965 16 pages.(3) from Syracuse Herald American, The Sun Telegram, The Sacramento Bee - Whow business personalities enter politics - Ronald Reagan wants to be California'a governor - What's right with today's youth
Better Homes and Gardens - April 1954 358 super large pages. - Feel crowded? stretch space without moving a wall! - All you need know to build that porch -How to root shrubs in plastic - Fabric dresses up a bedroom
Parade Magazine- Jaanuary 5, 1964 16 complete pages. l= from The Sunday Fargo Forum 2= Wisconsin State Joaurnal - Pres. Johnson on cover - Ex Wife: A woman without a man - Can we abolish hate? by Lloyd Shearer
Parade Magazine - January 30, 1966 22 complete pages. - Thge Macon Telegraph and News - Cover: Pres. Johnson, Can the President always tell the truth? - Education on the March, A grat school for handicapped kids
Parade Magazine - April 7, 1963 20 complete pages. Cover: President Kennedy and the Joint Chiefs of Staff - Some intimate and revealing glimpses of the Pres. in his role of Commander-in-Chief by Fred Blumenthal from the Wheeling News-Register
Parade Magazine - November 4, 1956 32 complete pages. from the Arkansas Gazette - Pres. Eiosenhower and Nixon against Adlair Stevenson and Estes Kefauver- A 2 way play table - Barney Ross rates the best fighters of the past 30 years.
Parade Magazine - January 8, 1967 20 complete pages. Cover and article: Faye Dunaway: would you make her a screen star? A Pioneering school where sex education begins in Kindergarten =In the Mobile Press Register
This August 20, 1904 Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a woman sitting in a chair and the cover is drawn by Henry Hutt. This Post Magazine is in good condition with a light center crease and does have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: The Lap of Luxury, The Fall of a Financier, The Star Man, Old Gorgon Graham, Merchant Prince of Old New York & A Senator of Two Republics-U.S. Grant. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Parade Magazine - January 19, 1969 32 complete pages. from The Sunday Enterprise - Cover and story The New President(Nixon) and the secret Service -picture Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra Jr. - When an ex priest or nun begins a new life.
This August 27, 1904 Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of an old man holding something x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: The Clew of the Silver Spoons, Weaknesses of British Business Methods, Love and the Locksmiths, Wealthy Indian Landlords, The Eagle's Shadow, South Africa after the War & The Evolution of the Two Minute Trotter. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Saturday Evening Post Magazine - September 17, 1904
This September 17, 1904 Vintage Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a woman reading a book while sitting in a chair under a tree and the cover is drawn by Henry Hutt. This Post Magazine is in good condition with a light center crease and does not have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: Good Citizens, The Decision, Eve at Heart's Desire, Presidential Campaigns of To-Day & Yesterday, The Eagle's Shadow, How the Major Took the Pledge & The Lap of Luxury. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Parade Magazine - June 27, 1965 20 complete pages. Should secretaries testify against their bosses? by Jack Anderson - Otto Preminger and his twins on cover -Favorite jokes by Robert Q. Lewis from The Roanoke Times
This September 3, 1904 Vintage Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a woman sitting and holding a golf club and the cover is done by Henry Hutt. This Post Magazine is in good condition with a light center crease and does have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: Judge Parker of Esopus, The Reincarnation of Rourke, The Lap of Luxury, An Uncle Remus Rhyme, Old Gorgon Graham, The Eagle's Shadow & The Big Granger Lines. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Saturday Evening Post Magazine - December 10, 1904
This December 10, 1904 Vintage Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a woman and the cover is done by Karl Anderson. This Post Magazine is in good condition and does not have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: The Reorganization of the Reorganized Democracy, Tammany: Without & Within, Railway Rake-Offs, No Cinderella, Snobs' Paradise, Rose of the World & A Travesty of Justice. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Saturday Evening Post Magazine - December 17, 1904
This December 17, 1904 Vintage Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a cowboy holding a gun and the cover is drawn by Emlen McConnell. This Post Magazine is in good condition with a light crease going through the middle of the magazine and does not have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: Catching Suckers, The Speculation of John Steele, Tales of the Road, The Deep Strategy of Mr. Masterson, Rose of the World, How the President Writes his Message & A Travesty of Justice. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
This October 15, 1904 Saturday Evening Post Magazine shows a picture of a woman holding some grapes and the cover is drawn by Walter H. Everett. This Post Magazine is in good condition with a light center crease and does have a mailing label. This magazine measures approx. 11 1/4 x 14 . This Post Magazine contains the following articles: With the Rhodes Scholars at Oxford, The Man who Took Water, The Driving of the Phaeton, The Colored Brother at Work, Early Days in Railroading, A Link in the Girdle, The Up-To-Date Show & Grand Old Man. This Post Magazine is also filled with many vintage Black & White ads.
Better Homes and Gardens- October 1953 352 complete pages. Recipes from our New Cook bookl - We build a better bedroom -With color today with chrysanthemums - Plant a wildflower garden now - Harvest of the best salads
Better Homes and Gardens - August 1953 164 complete pages. More about the cover house - Houses, gardens, meals planned to help you take it easier - Michigan vacationland - Decorate to get more space - Cool settings for summer meals