Life Magazine, April 28, 1972 - Composite: The Marriage Experiments

Life Magazine, April 28, 1972 - Composite: The Marriage Experiments

Life Magazine, April 14, 1972 - Broiling steak

Life Magazine, April 14, 1972 - Broiling steak

Life Magazine, April 21, 1972 - Charlie Chaplin with wife Oona

Original Life Magazine from April 21, 1972 - Charlie Chaplin with wife Oona
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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
Full page Maytag ad with Mrs. Jean Graham and her family of Whittier, California. Photos of Mrs. Mary Gallo collapsing at the funeral and burial of her son Joe Gallo, who was shot as part of mob or gang battles. A very pretty four photo series of morning alpenglow on the Matterhorn, taken by climber Harry G. Polk. Hard to believe photo of a RAF transport plane partway through hitting the ground nose first, 14 of 18 on board survived, they were a team of parachutists. Giant battle for Vietnam. Very neat full page color New Holland ad where a garden tractor is being hatched from a giant egg. Photos and clips from LIFE 27 years ago, 1945. Casually kept Botticelli. Hopeful thousands study their own brain alpha waves. Dr. Lee Salk works for child mental health (his brother is the Polio Salk). Includes True Value advertising flyer. South Vietnam tries to stand off huge invasion from the North, incl. James Hollingsworth. George McGovern. Two page Honda ad with full page color photo of father, son, SL-70 motorcycle. Homeowner builds a home from leftovers, John Holmes in San Francisco. Jack Anderson, improbable new folk hero of the young. Roland Fisher and Yoshimasa Nakagawa, former pilot enemies, now friends.
Meryman is our man but Candy is dandy
3
Candice Bergen, Charlie Chaplin; 1889-1977

Crisis in a new key
12
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation, Strategy)

Black sit-com, but too tame
20
Television broadcasting (Black programs)

Sanford and son
20
Television program reviews

Sorrow and the pity
24
Motion pictures (Documentary films)

Race against disaster
42
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Campaigns and battles), Vietnam (Army)

Can you hold out for just eight minutes?
51
Helicopters (Military use)

In the North, Russian arms for the big push
52
Military assistance, Soviet (Vietnam)

Plotting for the FBI.
54
Informers, Trials (Conspiracy)

Tampering in San Diego
54
Harry Steward, Justice, Administration of (California)

Bombs and silence
54
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Aerial operations)

Flow gently, sweet alpha
63
Brain waves

Other Doctor Salk
73
Lee Salk; 1926-1992, Child psychiatry, Child rearing

House made from leftovers
80
Houses (Designs and plans, California)

Love feast for Charlie; photographs and report by C. Bergen
86
Charlie Chaplin; 1889-1977

If only my children were here
89
Charlie Chaplin; 1889-1977

I thought they might hiss
90
Candice Bergen

Jack Anderson, improbable new folk hero of the young
93
Jack Anderson (American newspaper columnist.); 1922-2005

Ingrid's girl grows up
93
Isabella Rossellini

Two men who tried to kill each other
94
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations)