Life Magazine, April 20, 1953 - Marlon Brando

Life Magazine, April 20, 1953 - Marlon Brando

Life Magazine, April 6, 1953 - Lucy, Desi and kids

Life Magazine, April 6, 1953 - Lucy, Desi and kids

Life Magazine, April 13, 1953 - Changing landscape

Original Life Magazine from April 13, 1953 - Changing landscape
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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
The world we live in, Part 3 - the face of the land (geology, geography). Stalin's ghastly secrets, part 2 - Murder begets mass murder. Riots protest prices (Brazil) and white rule (Kenya - Mau Mau). Letter and small photo pertaining to Rolligon that was featured in LIFE March 23, 1953, experimental military vehicle with balloon tires. Paired photos meant to be viewed with a mirror to create the 3-D effect seen in movies. Two page color ad featuring the 1953 Beautyrest mattress awards - Terry Thomas, Joseph Graber (with four new babies), pneumatic hammer operator Leonardo Puleo, baseball player Art Passarella, circus trapeze artist Mary Jane Miller, nurse Katherine White-Spunner, Hernando Courtright, Captain John W. Anderson. Dot Beale, wife of prisoner of war George W. Beale. Windsor's royal vaults receive a queen. Karean vet's sweat out a US landing, Melvin Winderman. Michigan's barmaids go into battle, Jean Finney, and others. Mary Pickford again wields megaphone, sale of government bonds. Exploding ammunition train shells Lewis, Indiana, photos include Paul Morse, Dessie Welch, and blasted houses with family names. Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of Defense. Russia's new aircraft. Education - gypsy children learn through games. Art - the last of Dufy. Ohio State flies high in the dive, Morley Shapiro diver, Bob Clotworthy diving, swimmers Yoshi Oyakawa and Dick Thoman. Simulating the Atomic bomb's rays. On strike in Elizabeth, Louisiana. Soviet Air Force's newest airplanes, including MIG 17, Bomber type 31, Light bomber TU 10, more. Factory fashions - for real, coveralls and such. A school for gypsies in Spain, Father Andres Manjon. Here's a switch, full page Kotex ad with a denim dress.
Speaking of pictures, scenes from the new three-d films
18
3-D motion pictures
Communist peace dove and the wife of a prisoner of war
27
Servicemen's families
Red words are fair
30
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Peace and mediation)
Republic to be preserved
32
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Peace and mediation), Korea (South)
Portrait
33
Henri Bonnet; 1888-1978, Rene Mayer; 1895-1972
Russia's new aircraft
71
Airplanes, Military (Soviet Union)
Secretary of defense
81
Charles Erwin WILSON, United States Dept. of Defense
Face of the land
86
Erosion, Geology, Mountains
Overhauled overalls
110
Clothing and dress (Work clothes)
Learning through games
119
Education (Spain), Gypsies (Spain)
Anti-prices
34
SAO PAULO (Brazil) (Riots)
Anti-whites
35
Mau Mau
In Windsor's royal vault
36
Mary (Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain); 1867-1953
Sweating out a landing in New York harbor
38
Veterans
Embattled barmaids in Michigan
40
Women bartenders
Mary's mighty megaphone
45
Mary Pickford; 1893-1979
Photographer took these pictures ten minutes apart
53
Explosions, Lewis (Ind.)
High noon in a strikebound town
61
Strikes (Paper industry workers), Elizabeth (La.)
When in Rome, or .
129
Farouk I (King of Egypt); 1920-1965
Last of Dufy
135
Raoul Dufy; 1877-1953
Ohio state flies high in the dive
139
Diving, Swimming
He's got plenty of nothing
147
James ELLIOTT; 1893?-., Confederate money
Misalliance
155
Bernard Shaw (Irish dramatist.); 1856-1950, Theater reviewsSingle works
Ghastly secrets of Stalin's power
168
Georgii Leonidovich PIATAKOV, Karl RADEK (originally Karl Sobelsohn)
Simulating the a-bomb's rays
181
Animal experimentation, Radiation (Physiological effects)
Life goes to a circus ball
186
Masquerades