Life Magazine, April 14, 1961 - Gable's widow and son

Life Magazine, April 14, 1961 - Gable's widow and son

Life Magazine, March 31, 1961 - German rococo, cherub

Life Magazine, March 31, 1961 - German rococo, cherub

Life Magazine, April 7, 1961 - Ocean fishing

Original Life Magazine from April 7, 1961 - Ocean fishing
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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
Presidential rocking chair starts new nationwide craze, great set of historical photos of noted rocking chair aficionados including Mark Twain and Woodrow Willson. Now she's on a tightrope above the city, dreaming again about running around in only her bra, full page Maidenform ad. SEATO talk tougher over Laos. Bacl cover Coca-Cola ad with young couple under picnic table in the rain. The Mohole, drilling through the earth's crust. We could pass Russians in space with solid fuel boosters. Photo essay - salt water anglers, William K. duPont Carpenter, Mike Lerner, Gus Zarkades, Vlad Evanoff, Zane Grey. Photo essay - Servant problem, part 1. Two missionary women strive to teach Aucas, Elisabeth Elliot and Rachel Saint. Lightweight styles. Walt Disney, the old pro turns out some new movies, " The Absent-Minded Professor," " One Hundred and One Dalmatians," " The Parent Trap" coming soon. Underwater anniversary recalls an underwater marriage, Bob Smith and Mary Beth Sanger (see March 8, 1954). Nightclubs, tropical humor. Looking for a maid, Dorothy Fuller Englehaupt in Chicago. Marines practice leaving a sinking copter at Camp Pendleton. Close-up - the many sided life of Sir Charles Snow.Two page color Revlon ad for new color, honey bee pink. Neat fake volcano for movie, "Devil at four o'clock"
Presidential chair rocks the country
20
Chairs
No prescription, no side effects
26
R. C. SWAN
No more than the seat can endure
27
Janet Graeme TRAVELL
SEATO talks tougher, accent is still polite
28
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
Johnny is doing a lot better
32
Education
Food and atmosphere dished up flamboyantly
64
New York (N.Y.) (Restaurants)
Bread-and-circuses operation that pays off
69
Jerome Brody; 1922-2001, Restaurant Associates, Inc
Elite of salt water anglers
80
Salt water fishing
Rapid rise of an exciting sport
89
Van Campen HEILNER
New show's air appeal for finances
102
Oscar Brown (American lawyer and civil rights activist.), TheaterEconomic aspects
From a bizarre barge, a sharp thrust into earth's crust
37
Mohole Project
We could pass Russians in space
47
United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Solid propellant rockets
Bounce and bonanzas by Walt Disney
57
Motion pictures (Reviews)
Servant problem
107
Household employees
Widow's jungle life amid husband's killers
118
Indians of South America (Ecuador), Missions (Ecuador)
Many-sided life of Sir Charles Snow: with quotations by Snow
134
Charles Percy Snow (English physicist and novelist.); 1905-1980