Life Magazine, April 23, 1971 - Jane Fonda

Life Magazine, April 23, 1971 - Jane Fonda

Life Magazine, April 9, 1971 - J. Edgar Hoover

Life Magazine, April 9, 1971 - J. Edgar Hoover

Life Magazine, April 16, 1971 - Paul and Linda McCartney

Original Life Magazine from April 16, 1971 - Paul and Linda McCartney
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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
Vietnam Veteran Mike Ball of Midland, Michigan's difficult return to the US - this is a very good piece about the traumas of returning to a country against the war. The Manson jury's seven-month ordeal, photos include Mrs. Jean Roseland, William Zamora, Herman Tubick, Anlee Sisto, Alva Dawson, John Baer. Very nice two page color photo of crewer (boater) taken by Tony Ruta. Cute photo of Merle Turpin painting little classmate Debra Barham in a free-expression art class. Nice full page color New Brunswick Canada travel ad with sunset lighthouse scene. Composer Igor Stravinsky dies at 88. Smokestacks invade the wide-open air of the Southwest, photos include Native Americans Preston Bell and RAlph Selina, Black Mesa Coal in the four corners region. Spot the puppy and his monkey mother, Judy. Architecture - dramatic new look in laboratories : fortresses for science. Sarah Sue Ritchey, housemother to the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of Alabama. Centerfold color Volkwagen ad with Campmobile.
Hunkered down for the last act
4
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994 (Public relations), Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation)
Gallery
8
Early morning sculler on the Arno River by Tony Ruta
Trial of the Catonsville nine. Criticism
16
Daniel Berrigan (American priest, poet and pacifist.), Theater reviewsSingle works
Pueblo. Criticism
17
Stanley R. GREENBERG, Theater reviews (Single works)
Night Thoreau spent in jail. Criticism
17
Jerome Lawrence; 1915-., R. E. Lee, Theater reviews (Single works)
Promise Nixon didn't make
40
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation)
Manson jury: end of the long ordeal
44
Barry Farrell; 1935-1984, Jury, Trials (Murder)
Last rite of spring
50
Igor Stravinsky; 1882-1971
Paul McCartney on the Beatle breakup
52
Beatles
Hello, energy; goodbye, big sky
61
Air pollution (Southwestern States), Electric plants (Environmental aspects), Southwestern States (Economic conditions)
Conformist
18
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Veteran comes home, to limbo
28
Michael BALL, Veterans (Employment)
Lieutenant Calley and the President
40
William Laws Calley (American army officer.); 1943-, Richard Milhous Nixon (American president); 1913-1994 (Public relations)
See Spot and his monkey mother
71
Love, Maternal
Fortresses for science
74
Laboratories (Architecture)
Pick the fraternity housemother
81
University of Alabama, College fraternities, Housemothers