Life Magazine, April 19, 1948 - Churchill's memoirs

Life Magazine, April 19, 1948 - Churchill's memoirs

Life Magazine, April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball

Life Magazine, April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball

Life Magazine, April 12, 1948 - Barbara Bel Geddes

Original Life Magazine from April 12, 1948 - Barbara Bel Geddes
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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 color Neolite heels (rubber heels for shoes) ad with art by Holmgren. Artist John Musgrave Wood (Emmwood) draws cartoons that make Britons look like odd birds. Full page Modess ad with extremely elegant woman in blue gown. Strike warfare waged in Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange. Spring comes to Iowa. Good photo of boxers Phil Brown and Boyd Schuman in Des Moines, Iowa. Eisenhower speaks up for selective service (the draft), puts on his uniform again. Warden adopts young murderer, James Melton and Warden Roy Best - Jimmy killed his sister in Las Animas, Colorado. Berlin Policewomen. Shanghai workers receive billions on pay day. Mr. Blandings goes to Hollywood. Bowling - Photo essay. How the atomic bomb may affect posterity, tests on corn show abnormalities which may also plague humans. Spring fashions in color. Sculpture at the cross-roads. Armed - color portrait of Calumet farm's great gelding. Full page color Packard ad with green car in rain, art by Ewart Melbourne Brindle. Full page color Hart Schaffner & Marx suit ad with art by Tom Hall. Feature on bowling, including Joe Neher, and many others, named. Blandings in Hollywood. Super awesome excellent full page color Santa Fe railroad ad with Super chief, locomotive 19. Medicine - artificial joints. Swimming pool for $2,500. Student John Graves shows how to crash a Washington party. Eddie Polo is lifted by his hair.
Texas quizman
2
Hubert MEWHINNEY, COLUMNS, Newspaper
Speaking of pictures
16
Jon MUSGRAVE-WOOD, Caricatures and cartoons
Pre-election report on Italy
29
Elections (Italy), Political parties (Italy)
Capitalist imperialism at work
36
Investments, Foreign
Picture of the week: George Marshall prays for a peaceful world
37
George Catlett Marshall; 1880-1959
De Gaulle movement
68
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970
Berlin policewomen
75
Policewomen, Berlin (Germany) (Police)
How atomic bomb may affect posterity
82
Plants, Effect of radioactivity on
Pay day in Shanghal
85
Money (China)
Sculpture at the crossroads
95
Sculpture
Wall Street warfare
38
Strikes (Office workers)
Spring comes to Iowa
40
Floods
Flying mouthpiece
42
Boxing
Ike speaks up
47
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969
Democratic plan to draft Eisenhower
48
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Presidential candidates (1948)
Warden adopts a young murderer
55
Roy BEST, James Melton; 1936-., Prisoners
I remember mama
61
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
New star
65
Barbara Bel GEDDES
Armed
101
Richard Stone Reeves, Horses
Bowling
103
Bowling
Mr Blandings goes to Hollywood
110
Motion picture production and direction
Mr Blandings builds his dream house
110
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Joints of steel and plastic
127
Stephen Sylvester HUDACK, Orthopedics
Swimming pool for $2,500
133
Swimming pools
How to crash a party in Washington
138
John GRAVES, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)
Hair-raising act
142
Eddie Polo; 1875-1961, Stunts