Life Magazine, May 4, 1962 - Seattle's fair opens

Life Magazine, May 4, 1962 - Seattle's fair opens

Life Magazine, April 20, 1962 - Audrey Hepburn

Life Magazine, April 20, 1962 - Audrey Hepburn

Life Magazine, April 27, 1962 - Destination: moon

Original Life Magazine from April 27, 1962 - Destination: moon
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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
In color - Man's journey to the moon - preview of the greatest adventure of all time, paintings by Arthur Lidov. First full report on the baby deaths in Binghamton, the salt-sugar mix-up that stunned a city. Diahann Carroll, new star. Bill Holden and the master masquerader of WWII - movie "Counterfeit Traitor". Full page color Dixie Mira-Glaze Cups ad, protects fine coffee flavor at vending machines. Photo essay - Archery, sport and contest, including Joe Callison, Howard Hill, Gene Dallagiacomo and Sunny Cellucci. John Creasey, author of more than 400 books. Full page Bantron ad for quitting smoking, with Captain Roger Don Rae. Fremont County, Iowa hosts over a million geese in migration, great black and white photo of uncountable mass of birds. Hanes announces run-proof nylons. Harp seals captured for New York Aquarium, how cute are the babies? Three page color Mercury car ad, in red. National Archery tournament in Las Vegas, Howard Hill, Joe Callison. The search for moon minerals at a Mexican crater, Paracutin Volcano, scientist Jack Green. Neat full page color photo of anthropologist Ken Kennedy helping determine reach distance in a space suit. Full page color Pep-o-mint Life Savers ad, counter that onion breath
Patrol along a cactus curtain
2
Navy yards and naval stations
Being right when it hurts
4
Tariff (United States)
Bold program to untangle transportation
4
Transportation
Life guide
17
Model houses
Man of more than 400 mysteries
21
John Creasey; 1908-1973
Strange Swede and his great espionage coup
58
Eric Erickson, Espionage
Our next goal, man on the moon: Project Apollo
62
Space flight to the moon, Space vehicles
Model menagerie of moon vehicles
66
Space vehicles
With all the cost and risk, why go?
81
Paul Mandel; 1908-.
He shot an arrow
87
Archery
Hail and hurricane to the Chief
30
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963
Debut for furry harps
49
Seals (Animals)
Counterfeit traitor
57
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Tragic mix-up of sugar and salt
98
Infants, Newborn, Binghamton (N.Y.) (Hospitals)
Fancy wrappings and sweet music for Diahann
111
Diahann Carroll