Life Magazine, April 8, 1940 - Anna Neagle

Life Magazine, April 8, 1940 - Anna Neagle

Life Magazine, March 25, 1940 - Sir Neville Henderson

Life Magazine, March 25, 1940 - Sir Neville Henderson

Life Magazine, April 1, 1940 - N.Y. Giant, Rookie Rucker

Original Life Magazine from April 1, 1940 - N.Y. Giant, Rookie Rucker
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These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
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These issues are in pretty good shape. These are great for those who want a complete, original, average condition issue to read and enjoy. They may have some light to moderate flaws like small tears, spots, library stamps etc. but would make a great piece of history for the budget minded to mark any occasion.
Some of the contents in this issue
Full page Listerine tooth paste ad with Maida Seyer, Hillary Brooke, Alice Andrews. Cute full color Niblets ad of kids eating Corn-on-the-cob. Bertrand Russell rides out Collegiate Cyclone. U.C.L.A. hits the beach, great photos of goofing off, pretending to study and such. German airman wears shawl of machine-gun cartridges. Famed Ghost town of the Comstock Lode wakens for premiere of "Virginia City". Soviet Army's new weapons conquered Finland. "Queen Mary" and "Mauretania" sail out of New York Harbor. Sir Nevile Henerson's memoirs - part 2. Photo essay - Public Works Administration, PWA has changed the face of US. French starlets form a club to keep fit and friendly. June Preisser makes tumbling an art. Stevens Tech gives aptitude tests - education. Silicosis - World's longest tunnel is free of worst industrial disease (Delaware aqueduct). Zorach - lovers in marble. The Beaux-Arts Ball in New York, pages of color photos of opulent costumes, looks like a halloween party for rich folk. Two page ad for Schlitz beer with text by Herbert Alexander pertaining to the "Law of Probabilities."
These are kodachromes
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Color photography
Quezon on the spot
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Manuel Luis Quezon; 1878-1944, Philippines (Politics and government)
Deficit in Monaco
17
Monaco
Bertrand Russell rides out collegiate cyclone
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Bertrand Russell (British philosopher.); 1872-1970, University of California, Los Angeles
France tries a new premier
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Paul Reynaud; 1878-1966, France Cabinet
Stevens tech gives aptitude tests
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Aptitude tests, STEVENS institute of technologyHuman engineering laboratory
Colonel-General von Brauchitsch commands the Nazi German army
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Walther von Brauchitsch; 1881-1948
PWA has changed face of U.S.
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Public buildings, Public works, PUBLIC works administration
World's longest tunnel is free of worst industrial disease
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Silicosis
Silicosis: world's longest tunnel is free of worst industrial disease
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Tunnels, Silicosis
Welles ends talks with war's little statesmen
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Sumner Welles (American diplomat.); 1892-1961
Famed ghost town of the Comstock lode wakens for premiere of Virginia City
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Virginia City (Nev.)
Soviet army's new weapons
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Armaments, Soviet Union (Army)
250-year-old turtles at Bronx zoo
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Animals (Photographs), Tortoises
Rookie treks from Crabapple to N.Y. giants' training camp
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John Joel RUCKER, Baseball players
June Preisser makes tumbling an art
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June PREISSER, Acrobats and acrobatism
Beaux-arts ball
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Balls (Parties)
Lovers in marble are carved by leading American sculptor
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William Zorach (American sculptor and painter.); 1887-1966
Swiss family Lester
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Herbert S. LESTER