Life Magazine, April 12, 1948 - Barbara Bel Geddes

Life Magazine, April 12, 1948 - Barbara Bel Geddes

Life Magazine, March 29, 1948 - Woman with Basket handbag

Life Magazine, March 29, 1948 - Woman with Basket handbag

Life Magazine, April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball

Original Life Magazine from April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball
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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
Interesting photos of China's Dowager Empress. Full page color Western Electric ad showing telephone central office wiring, art by James Bingham. Nice full page color Kotex ad with couple and scottie dog, art by Tom Hall. Pan-American Coffee Bureau ad with color illustration by Albert Dorne. Haralson Hunt and other rich people from the Southwest. Photo - new statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Melanesian Albino in Trobriand Islands. Full page color United States Brewers Foundation beer ad with art by Douglass Crockwell, fishing theme. Two page color ad for Swiftning Lard with art by Francis Chase. Toscanini does first live radio music performance. First non-stop photography - jukebox. The MacArthur Gamble for the Presidency. Photo essay - the Ozark Spring. California veteran paraplegics go to college UCLS, including Richard Coleman, George Hohman, others. New York attorneys paint in their spare time - Carl Newton, Alexander Lindey, Phillip Haberman, Freda Fineman. Swimming baby - Sherry Lynn Whitford. Feature on Sao Paulo, Brazil. Sedlec church in Czechoslovakia is decorated with bones. Artur Rubinstein, pianist, profile by Winthrop Sargeant. Full page ad stating "a quarter of a million Jews are still behind barbed wire in Germany, Austria, Italy ..." - the United Jewish Appeal for money. Nice article on Dodgertown, training camp for the Brooklyn Dodgers, baseball.
Speaking of pictures
8
empress dowager of China TZO-HSI
Southwest has a new crop of super rich
23
Millionaires, Southwestern States (Industries)
China: blunder and bluster
28
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (China), Economic assistance, American (China)
Picture of the week
28
Mahatma Gandhi (Indian nationalist leader.); 1869-1948
Trieste to Italy
30
Trieste (Italy)
Nonstop phonograph
51
Phonograph
MacArthur gamble
54
Douglas MacArthur; 1880-1964, Presidential candidates (1948)
Ozark spring
57
Ozark Mountains
U.C.L.A. paraplegics
66
Paralysis, SERVICE men, DisabledEducation
Lawyers' art
72
Lawyers, Painting, American
Harry Truman stumbles
32
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Presidential campaigns (1948)
Portrait
33
Harry Flood Byrd (American senator.); 1887-1966, Lister Hill (American senator.); 1894-1984, Clyde Roark HOEY, James Howard McGrath (American Attorney general.); 1903-1966, Jorge PRADO, Marjory PRADO
Melanesian albino
34
Albinos and albinism
Louisville gets a strange new mayor
39
Charles P. Farnsley; 1907-1990
Mary Margaret McBride zips to new high with listeners
40
Mary Margaret McBride; 1899-1976
Petrillo relents
43
Television broadcasting (Music)
Search
75
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Precocious baby learns to swim
80
Sherry Lynn WHITFORD, Swimming
Church of bones
87
Churches (Buildings) (Czechoslovakia)
Sao Paulo
88
Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Artur Rubinstein
100
Artur Rubinstein (Polish-American pianist.); 1887-1982
Life visits Dodgertown
117
Baseball