Life Magazine, April 19, 1937 - Queen Mary Ship

Life Magazine, April 19, 1937 - Queen Mary Ship

Life Magazine, April 5, 1937 - Terrier

Life Magazine, April 5, 1937 - Terrier

Life Magazine, April 12, 1937 - 100 Year Old Woman

Original Life Magazine from April 12, 1937 - 100 Year Old Woman
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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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$20.95
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 Ida Vollmar, Beatrice Imhoff, and Dorothy Temple. Freelance photographer Arthur Fellig and his photos (including Brooklyn trunk murder, fallen fish market, and gruesome auto crash), he is called "Ouija." prehistoric man - large feature article with photos. Chancellor bans Vanderbilt's honor society. Supreme court reverses itself on minimum wages. The case of the murdered model, Veronica Gedeon, Ronnie Gedeon. Elephant boy - movie with actor Sabu. Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with Glenn Hardin, track star. Unusual full page color Four Roses whiskey ad with calf and farmer. Manuel Quezon of the Philippines. Painter Cezanne. Anthony Gerald Samuel takes a fall with his steeplechase horse. Cute full page color Beech-nut gum ad with policeman, art by Norman Rockwell. Posture by Mensendieck. Haile Selassie gets his beloved dog Lulu back. 3.2 Beer for Kansas. Grain booms on the stock market. Photographer Edward Weston wins Guggenheim fellowship. Australian plane crash survivors J. R. Binstead and J. S. Proud. Dance at Manhattan's Roseland Hall with hired girls who are paid to dance with anyone who purchases a ticket. Photos of blood donor Dorothy MacRae in Jackson, Michigan. Full page color Lucky Strike cigarettes ad with Alice Roosevelt Longworth.


COVER: CENTENARIAN, 100 YEAR OLD WOMAN

THE PEKING MAN & OTHER ANTHROPOLOGY 

MOVIE: 'ELEPHANT BOY' 

PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT MANUEL QUEZON 

ARTIST PAUL CEZANNE 

PHOTOGRAPHY: EDWARD WESTON

MANHATTAN'S PUBLIC BALLROOM, 'ROSELAND'