Life Magazine, April 3, 1950 - Broadway's The Innocents
Original Life Magazine from April 3, 1950 - Broadway's The Innocents
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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
Western Electric ad with tornado art by Robert Benney. Japanese tattoo men - great photos. The Cunard White Star Caronia cruise ship goes to Casbah. White man gets life in jail for killing negro children - Kosciusko, Mississippi - Tom Harris. Photo of tennis champ - Althea Gibson. Life congratulates old folk who continue to work - Arturo Toscanini, Robert Frost, Winifred Robb, Connie Mack, Conrad Hudgens. Princesses of Holland go to school. Curious story about the meeting nobody came to - Bamangwato tribe in South Africa, Ruth and Seretse Khama. Gigi new French movie with Daniele Delorme. Owls - photos and story. Nice full page color Kotex ad with lambs, art by Tom Hall. Update on the theory of Evolution. Genealogy Rug by Gertrude Hanson. Spring Hats - simple styles and shapes. The Black Palace - Mexico City prison. Sleep and how to get more of it by Robert Coughlan. Life goes skiing in Arlberg Kandahar in Austria, including James Couttet, Idly Walpoth, Arnold Lunn. Swanky Dan - Ayrshire cow dies.
Cruising, Algiers (Algeria)
aga khan MAHOMED SHAH
Belgium (Politics and government)
Netherlands (Royal family)
Harry BURDETTE, Baptism
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Leon TURNER, Trials (Murder)
Althea Gibson; 1927-.
Ginger Rogers; 1911-1995
Olivia De Havilland; 1916-.
Ruth Williams KHAMA, Sir Seretse Khama; 1921-1980, Botswana
Connie Mack; 1862-1956, Arturo Toscanini; 1867-1957, Robert Frost; 1874-1963, Winifred Arene Yelton ROBB
McConnell) (Mrs William Edgar Borah Borah
Apes, Fossil, Man, Prehistoric
Raymond Osborne DART
Gertrude HANSON, Rugs and carpets
William Archibald, Theater reviews (Single works)
Francisco Linares; d. 1575, Prisons (Mexico)