Look Magazine 2-21-1967 Death Of A President Part 3
THIS LOOK MAGAZINE FEATURES THE THIRD OF FOUR PARTS OF WILLIAM MANCHESTER'S BOOK DEATH OF A PRESIDENT . MRS. KENNEDY ASKED MANACHESTER TO WRITE THIS BOOK. IT TOOK HIM OVER TWO YEARS TO WRITE. HE CONDUCTED OVER 1000 INTERVIEWS. MRS. KENNEDY LATER FILED SUIT TO PREVENT THE PUBLICATION OF THE ARTICLE. THIS ARTICLE CONCENTRATES ON THE ABRASIVE RELATIOSHIP BETWEEN KENNEDY AND JOHNSON PARTISANS DURING THE HOURS ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE. THERE ARE ALSO ARTICLES ABOUT EDUCATION, THE GENERATION GAP, DRAWINGS FROM HELL, CARIBBEAN, HOSPITALS IN VIETNAM, AND LEW ALCINDOR. THE ADVERTISING SHOWS A MUCH MORE SIMPLE TIME. THERE ARE LOTS OF LIQUOR ADS, CARS, AND DOG FOOD. THERE ARE WONDERFUL ADS FOR CIGARETTES, FASHION, T.V. SETS. THERE IS AN ADDRESS LABEL ON THE FRONT PAGE. THIS ISSUE IS IN GREAT SHAPE, IT CERTAINLY DOES NOT LOOK 40 YEARS OLD. THE COVER IS LIKE NEW. THIS IS A WONDERFUL PIECE OF HISTORY. IT WOULD MAKE A GREAT ADDITIONAL TO YOUR COLLECTION.
LOOK Magazine Each issue features articles, photographs, and great vintage advertisements Issue Date: April 29, 1958 In This Issue: L&M Cigs Ad on back cover Winston Churchill Millie Mays goes west Reducing at $500 a week ... and much more!
Plane Talk by Arthur Godfrey. Baseball, School Controversy, Frank Sinatra, Cagney Plays Chaney, California Clothes, Gena Rowlands & John Cassavetes Movie Awards - Ingrid Bergman cover. Los angeles - A Racial Success Story, Diana Barrymore - My Battle with my Father, 1957 Baseball Preview
DETAILS: Better Homes By 8 1/2 There is Some Wear to the Cover Some Black Marker on Back Cover (Crossed out Address) Fold Mark Down the Center of the Front Cover Some Light Staining on the Back Cover Some Tearing Along the Spine Staples are Rusty The Pages are in Good Condition Tightly Bound Good Vintage Ads
Animal Safari to BRITISH GUIANA - 1952-24 complete pages of 7 x 10 inche sof black and white page. by David Attenborough. Englishmen hunt wildlife for B. B. C. Television and the London Zoo amid Indian Tribes of tropical South America
MALDIVE ISLANDS - 1952 - 22 com-plete pages o 7 x 10 inches in black and white and colorb6 Alan Villiers. Sun drenched Atolls in the Indian Ocean Hold a Seagirt Sultanate where phones rarely ring and kites fly from office windows.
Strange Babies of the sea story - 1952 - 16 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white and color by Hilary B. Moore, professor of Marine biology, Univeristy of Miami. Scientists are slowly solving the mysteries of Plankton, the oceqan's vast underwater pasturage.
ON THE DELAWARE, PENN'S RIVER 1952 - 40 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color and black and white. By Albert W. Atwood in the National Geographic magazine. A fabulous tale with many pictures of the Delaware, Penn's glorious river. Lots of history and information.
Three roads to rainbow STORY 1957 - 15 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color and black and white by Ralph Gray. Few visit this hard to reach National Monument in Southern Uatah,but those who do never forget the soaring Arch of Stone.
Wild Animals - by a Zoo Director 1957 - 28 complete pages of color and black and white. The Wiuld Animals in dmy life, a noted zoo director, now retired, recalls the highlights of 30 years collecting, trading and nursemaiding birds and beasts by William M. Mann. Great emotional story.
ROME, Eternal city with a modern air - 1957 -60 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white and color. By Harnett T. Kane - Rome in 1957 with all its glory. Beautiful pictures of the Coleseum and the great Rome structures wehich bring countless visitors on a daily basis.
Thousand Years before Christ story 1960 - 41 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color. Paintings by H. J. Soulen. Gorgeous pictures of years gone by. Really fabulous articles and pictdures of the years before Christ.
The Sesame Street Book of Letters Charles I.Miller, and James J. Harvin, Designers You are about to help our pre-school child discover a totally new approach to language. It's called the written alphabet. To your child, it consists of a lot of squiggly lines that he's seen before in books and television. It seems to have something to do with the words people speak, but just how is probably still a big mystery. He's undoubtedly curious about how it works, but he has to absorb a lot of information before it will begin to make any sense to him. Little Brown & Co., 1970. A Pre-school Press book. Hard pictorial cover, 11 x 8-1/2 inches, 56 pages. Name inside front. Slight spine bump. Very good, clean and firmly bound. Under 2 lbs.
The Sesame Street Book of Shapes Charles I.Miller, and James J. Harvin, Designers This book concentrates only on the four basic shapes. There are many other shapes in the world, of course, and your child will no doubt become more and more aware of them as he gains in his ability to see shapes. Your child will start with the basics and be able to discover shapes in familiar objects. Little Brown & Co., 1970. A Pre-school Press book. Hard pictorial cover, 11 x 8-1/2 inches, 56 pages. Name inside front. Binding is starting to loosen at top of front gutter. Otherwise very good. Under 2 lbs.
JAPAN, the Exquisite enigma - 1960-47 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color and black and white. By Franc Shor. Once branded as inmitators, Nipponese now seek the lead in inventions and techniques, but beauty and grace survive amid the roar of industry. Great story in the National Geographic magazine.
MONTANA, Shining Mountain Treasureland -1950 - 44 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color and black and white by Leo A. Borah - Great story and wonderful lot of pictures of ther state of Montana, wi6th places like Glacier National Park, etc. A few pictures are in presentation package which will give you an idea of the contents
LONG ISLAND outgrows the Country story 1951 - 46 complete pages of a great story in the National Georgraphic magazine - All pages 7 x 10 inches in color and black and whit. Story by Howell Walker. a great story about the growth in Long Island, New York with great pictures in colorof people and places.
LOCUST - Report fromthe Locust Wars 1953 - 20 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white = From Africa to India men fight an Anciety enemy with American Aid; the authors, Tony & Dickey Chapelle, describe operations in Iraq's vast desert.
N EW GUINEA'S rare birds and stone age men -1953 - 68 complete p ages of 7 x 10 inches each in color. Filming exotic birds of Paradise and living with Primitive tribes, an Ornithologist scores important new firsts by E. Thomas Gilliard. Great story and fabulous pictures of birds the the natives.
The Geography of the JORDAN story 1944 -26 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and whiteby Nelson Glueck. Great article inthe National Geographic magazine talking about the Jordan River during 1944.
MICHIGAN fights story - 1944 - 39 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in blackand white andd colored. by Harvey Klemmer. Great story about Michigan's great work in WW II. On eighth of the weapons sent to the war effort were produced in Michigan.
First Steps in Winemaking C. J. J. Berry, photos by C. Green Over 130 reliable 'Amateur Winemaker' recipes. British, Metric, U.S.A, quantities. Wine from fruit, flowers, vegetables, foliage, dreid fruit, concentrates, notes on using the hydrometer, on showing wine, and judging -- you will find it all in this little book, and your fingers will itch to start winemaking right away! The Amateur Winemaker, no date given. SBN 900841-01-X. Paperback, 143 pages plus index and listings of other books. Light cover wear and spine crease. Very good. Under 1 lb.
SINGAPORE, reluctant nation story 1966 - 33 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color by Kenneth MacLeish in the National Geographic magazine. Great story of history, the people and countless pictures in color. Singapore in 1966
Freedom speaks F4rench in OUAGADOUGOU - 1966 - 51 complete pages in a great story in color each page 7 x 10 inches. Inexperience, poverty and political woes best the colorful family of nations that has emerged from FRANCE'S WEST AFRICAN EMPIRE by John Scofield. Greatstory of France's colonization efforts in the National Geographic magazine. History, story and picture after picture of success.
The MERRIMACK RIVER of Industry & Romance1951 - 36 complete pages of black and white and color each 7 x 10 inches in size. Story by Albert W. Atwood. Story of this great old river told with pictures galore. 2 pictures as examples shown in presentation package.
CAPTAIN SMITH of Jamestown - 1957 - 40 complete pages of a great story in the National Georaphic magazine of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white and color. By Bradford Smith. An anniversary was celebrated in Virginia-the founding of Jamestown in 1607. A great story of Captain John Smith and the early settlers
OREGON'S Sidewalk on the Sea - 1961 - 27 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color by Paul A. Zahl, Ph.D. Here's a fascinating original story in the National Geographic magazine . Surf-carved crags, dunes that walk, and the teeming life of the tidal zone absorb a naturalist's family on vacation.
Queen Elizabeth Opens Parliament - 196-9 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in beautiful color by W. E. Roscher. Phots by Robert B. Goodman. The pictures are outstanding in this procedural policy in England.
NEW Y0RK STATES' NEW MAIN STREET 1956 - 50 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color and black and white - following the historic water level route, the Thruway booms travel and business between the sea and the Great Lakes by Matt C. McDade
U.S. WAR MEMORIALS IN EUROPE - 1957 = 37 complete pages of color. By General of the Army George C. Marshall. Beautiful story and pictures of U. S. Soldiers who died in WW II are buried. A fabulous memorial dedicated to the U. S. servicemen who died in WWII in Europe.
Back to the Historic BLACK HILLS - 1956 -31 complete pages of color and black and white each 7 x 10 inches in size. By Leland D. Case. The Old West rubs elbows with a new in a Frdontier Vacationland rich with memories of Indians, Covered Wagons and gold fever.
DOGS WORK FOR MAN STORY 1958 - 44 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color and black and white by Edward J. Linehan. Intelligent and eager, man's oldest friend learns new ways to catch thieves, find the lost and master other tricky tasts. Nice story and lots of great pictures.
BRITISH COLUMBIA story 1958 - forty one (41 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color and black and white. Story by David S. Boyer in the National Geographic magazine : Life begins at 100. Nice story with great pictures.
GREENLAND'S ICECAP story 1956 - 28 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white. Story: Wringing secrets from Greenland's Icecap by Paul Emile Victor. In 6 years of exploration, daring and resosurceful Frenchmen Map a lost world buried under thousands of Feet of ice. Grat pictures.
WARTIME WASHINGTON story 1943 - 34 complete pages in color and black and white 7 x 10 inches each written by William H. Nicholas. If you want to know what Washington was like during WWII, this is the story you will want to keep and read. Nice pictures and story.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT 1958 - Great story about a great President in 20 pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white by Bart McDowell. Not only a great story about the active President but great pictures.
IRAQ, Where oil and water mix story 1958 -Forty eight (48) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches eachin color and black and white by Jean and Franc Shor. Great story in the National Geographic magazine of the oil situation of Iraq in 1958 with great pict6ures.
NEW SOUTH WALES - Australia 1967 - 50 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color - Story by Howell Walker, Assistant Editor of the National Geographic magazine. A historic story of New South Wales in Australia with countless pictures in color.
New York's Seagoing bus -Staten Is. Ferry - 1959. 13 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in a fascinating story about the Staten Island Ferry. By John T. Cunningham - In black aqnd white with great photos.
Flags of the UNITED NATION - 1951 -26 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color and black and white. Story by Elizabeth W. King in the National Geographic magazine. Fascinating story with many great pictures relative to the United Nations.
Expedition to the Land of the TIWI - 1956 - 24 completepages of 7 x 10inches each in black and white and some in color Story by Chrarles P. Mountford. On Australia's remove Melville Island, Civilization is Overtaking Aborigines Living 50,000 Years inthe past. Great story and picturs.
Fossils Lift the Veil of time - story 1956 - 24 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color comprise a great story by Harry S. Ladd and Roland W. Brown. The story in the National Geographic magazine : In these telltale and Often Beautiful relics of Vanished ages, science reads life's story and finds a key to Mineral treasdure.
Ancient APHRODISIAS lives through its art - forty pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color tell a fasinating story by Kenan T.Erim. The spirit of a people dwells in a marble youth who symbolizes the citizens of the Greco-Roman city of Aphrodisias. After 20 years of excavation, the ancient settlement in Turkey yields works by sculpturs.
Crosscurrents sweep a strategic sea - Indian Ocean. 37 (thirty seven) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color. Western Indian Ocean - Story by Bart McDowell- Talks about Maldives, Mauritius, DiegoGarcia, Seytchelles, Madagascar, Comoros and Reunion. Maps of the areas, grat pictures and story. History and politics of the areas.
WILD CARGO, Smuggling animals 1981 - 27 (twenty seven) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color. Story by Noel Grove. The business of smuggling animals. Nice story about African and Indiananimals being smuggled out. Great pictures.
Artists look at PENNSYLVANIA - 1948 - twenty complete pages of 7 x 10 inches mostly in color by John Oliver LaGorce in the National Geographics magazine. Fourteen of America's leading artists roamed the Keystone state painting pictures. A great array of pictures in color in this display.
The Mighty HUDSON story - 1948 - 32 (thirty two) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white and color by W. Robert Moore for the National Geographic magazione. A map shows the United States TDrust territory of Pacific Islands at the time including Marshall Islands, Caroline, Marianas and more. Great color pictures of the natives of the islands.
The Mighty HUDSON story - 1948 - 36 (thirty six) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color and black and white. Written by Albert W., Atwood for the National Geographic magazine. It has been said that the Hudson is the most beautiful river in the world- it is solely a matter of opinion. Great story with nice pictures about the Hudson River.
Sunset in the East - Japan story - 1946- 16 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white. by Blair A. Walliser int he National Georgraphic magazine. Nice stor about post war II Japan with pictures galore.
PirateFighters of thje South China Sea story 1946. Ten complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each of blackand white. Story by Robert Cardwell in the National Geographic magazine. One of the world's last strongholds of piracy is the coast of southern China. Nice story with pictures.
Your Navy as Peace Insurance story - 1946 -56 (fifty six) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white and some in color. Story, with countless great pictures, by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN - Chief of Naval operations Great story in the National Geographic Magazine in 1946 afterWW II.
Twin stars of CHILE story - 1929 - 56 (fifty six) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each, some in color, most in black and white. By William Joseph Showalter. Valparaiso, the Gateway, and Santiago, the Capital--key cities with a progressive present and a romantic past. Great story, history, and marvelous array of pictures. Story in the National Geographic magazine.
Standing Iceberg guard in the North Atlantic 1926. By Lt Commander F. A. Zeusler, U. oast Guard - 28 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white. International Patrol safeguards the lives of thousands of Travelers and protects Transatlantic liners from A Titanic fate.
The world's Great WATERFALLS story -1926 - 31 (thirty one) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white. Visits tomighty Niagara, Wonderful Victoria and Picturesque Iguazu by Theodore W. Noyes. Great story in the National Geographic magazine.
PIRATE RIVERS AND THEIR PRIZES - 46 (forty six)complete pages of 7 x 10 inches comprizing the story by John Oliver LaGorce. The warfare of Waterways has sometimes changed the Geography of 9our continents. Great story, historical and loaded with nice descriptive pictures.
A JOURNEY BY JUNGLE RIVERS - AMAZON STORY1933 -46 (forty six) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each in black and white. Back in 1933, Naturalists enter the Amazon, Voyage through the heart of tropical South America and emerge at the mouth of the Orinoco. By Ernest G. Holt. Fascinating story with great pictures of this trek in 1933.
NEW YORK, an empire within a republic story -Over 70 (seventy) pages of 7 x 10 inches in black and white. A story in the National Geographic magazine in 1933 by William Joseph Showaltertells a fascinating story of New York with pictures galore, some balck and white, some vcolored , This historical adaptation tells a fascinating story of New York in 1933.
WHEN THE PRESIDENT EISENHOWER GOES ABROAD - 63 (SIXTY three) fabulous pages of 7 x 10 inches each in color. During 1960, Pres. Eisenhower shown in visits tothe Pope - Vatican- Turkey -Karachi - Pakistan - Kabul - India - andmany more. Fabulous pictures, story of the President's trip - History in the making. Grat story inthe National Geographic magazine.
ALGERIA - story 1960 - 25 (twenty five) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches each. Story by Howard LaFay of France's sepchild, problem and promise - Phots by Robert F.Sisson. Great story and pictures by Algeria in 1960
Miniature MONACO story - 1963 - 28 (twenty eight) complete pagesof 7 x 10 inches each in color. Great story and marvelous array of picturesby Gilbert M. and Donna Kerkam Grosvenor -Nice map of country - Great historical pictdures.
Return of the TRUMPETER story - 1960 -Seventeen (17) complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color tells the story by Frederick Kent Truslow how conservationists battled to save the world's largest wild swan. Great story and pictures.
ALBERTA, CANADA story 1960 -Thirty (30 complete pages of 7 x 10 inches in color. Great story of Alberta Unearths her buried treasures by Davis S. Boyer. The beautifulprovince of Canada described in detail with many fine accompanying pictures.