Life Magazine, May 3, 1954 - Million-dollar album, stamps

Life Magazine, May 3, 1954 - Million-dollar album, stamps

Life Magazine, April 19, 1954 - H-bomb test

Life Magazine, April 19, 1954 - H-bomb test

Life Magazine, April 26, 1954 - Grace Kelly

Original Life Magazine from April 26, 1954 - Grace Kelly
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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
Amazing George Eastman, Photography's greatest early days. Big-time baseball returns Baltimore, the Orioles. Full page Sacony dress ad with Peggy Ann Garner. Letters and a couple small photos in follow-up to the attic cleaning story (LIFE April 5, 1954). More on the suspension of atomic scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, plus profile on his life. Ceylonese greet the Queen. Poker clubs in Gardena, California. Dienbienphu on the phone - Jacqueline de Castries talks to her husband Christian in his besieged garrison. One of those vintage ads that makes you shiver - full page color Spry shortening ad (like lard) with greasy fried chicken. Peter and Constantin Georgescu, hostages, are released. Modern art class decorated the helmets of Jet pilots, Scott Air Force Base, 85th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. Russia in winter - photo essay. China's forbidden Green Island. Billy Joe Patton - Amateur golfer does great! - story includes Ben Hogan and Snead. Mechanical jaw fits false teeth, designed by Drs. Hary and Albert Kazis. Whale's tour - a real preserved (dead) finback whale tours the world, owned by Lief Soegaard. New design for crop dusting, plane that can go really slow, Bob Lamson, called the Air Tractor. A teacher's tortured timetable, Ethyl Howard at the Linsday School in Bay city, Michigan. Silly smoking, Robert L. Stern and strange cigaret holders. . Full page color Pepsi-Cola art with art by Robert Levering. Sleepless slumber party at Martha Raubinger's house in Princeton, New Jersey, includes photos of Frances Urken, Clodius Willis Jr., Connie MacNamee, Erna Gale Arnold, others.
Speaking of pictures, cutout scraps from Life make artful compositions
14
Pictures
U.S. ponders a scientist's past
35
J. Robert Oppenheimer; 1904-1967, United States Atomic Energy Commission, Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
Big-time ball in Baltimore
40
Baseball, Baltimore (Md.) (Parades)
Korean tykes sing for aid
42
Children (Korea (South)), Fund raising
Poker wins over prayer
44
Poker (Game), Gardena (Calif.)
King of hearts
97
Jean Kerr; 1922-2003, Eleanor Brooke, Theater reviews (Single works)
Family ordeal for the Kerrs
97
Kerr family
Russia's wintry look
104
Foreign visitors (Soviet Union), Soviet Union (Description and travel)
After-dinner art
110
Drawing, Paris (France) (Restaurants)
Hollywood's hottest property
117
Grace (Princess of Monaco); 1929-1982
Ceylonese ceremony
46
Elizabeth II (Queen of Great Britain); 1926-., Sri Lanka
European boom
48
Western Europe (Economic conditions)
Dienbienphu on the phone
53
Mme Christian de Castries CASTRIES, Dien Bien Phu, Battle of, 1954
Dulles seeks a way to defend the East
54
John Foster Dulles; 1888-1959, United States (Foreign relations)
Barefoot boy with pluck
61
Billy Joe Patton; 1922-., Golf
Mechanical jaw fits false teeth
69
Dentures
Whale's tour
75
Whales
Lustrous lids for jet pilots
78
Clothing and dress (Air pilots)
Free China's forbidden Green island
83
Communists, Indoctrination, Prisoners of war
New design for dusting
124
Airplanes in insect control
T-shirt goes to new lengths
129
Clothing and dress
Teacher's tortured timetable
137
Teachers, Teaching assignments
Warning on wall
143
Owen HOFFMAN, Evangelistic work
Man first appears before the camera's eye
146
Photography (History)
Prodigious life of George Eastman
154
George Eastman; 1854-1932
Animal picture test
173
Animals (Habits and behavior)
Silly smoking
181
Robert L. Stern; 1908-., Cigarette holders
Life goes to a sleepless slumber party
186
Entertaining, Girls