Life Magazine, June 9, 1952 - Woman in Wedding dress

Life Magazine, June 9, 1952 - Woman in Wedding dress

Life Magazine, April 21, 1952 - Tito's story

Life Magazine, April 21, 1952 - Tito's story

Life Magazine, April 28, 1952 - Young Eisenhower of Abilene

Original Life Magazine from April 28, 1952 - Young Eisenhower of Abilene
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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
Deaf and dumb Illegal Frontier Crosser IFC Janos draws his history and feelings in Austria. Full page color Kellogg's Corn Flakes ad created by 9 year-old Jamie Cohen of Pittsburgh. More on the floods of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers including aerial photo of Frenchman Creek breaking through dam and flooding Bismarck, Ed Zima, Mrs. Eugene Bullock, Omaha, Council Bluffs. Two page color Seiberling tires ad with art by George Hughes. Struggle for Aerial Supremacy - US vs USSR jets and planes. Mutiny in two NJ prisons - August Doak in Trenton. Bolivia's annual revolt. Mohammed Chenik exiled from Tunisia. Easter Parade along fifth avenue and St. Patrick's Cathedral. Great trout fishing photos by Wallace Kirkland. Josip Broz-Tito writes about his time in Yugoslavia, part 2. Elaine Dunn, Elaine Dombcik - song and dance gives her a big break. Gail Peters and Anne Moss are new swim champions. Marcel Duchamp, pioneer of nonsense (such as fur-lined teacup), includes portrait of him by his brother Jacques Villon. Crime Syndicated - new TV show review. Eisenhower of Abilene a profile of his past - great photos. Sidney Bechet and Le Jazz players in Paris. Indian hunters capture a rare one-horned rhino. Two page National Golf Day ad for playing in a tournament with Ben Hogan. Yale men and Vassar girls do long distance dating by bicycle (with lots of beer), this is a charming and cute article, includes photos of Nanci Hull, Robert Essert, John Dixon, Edmond Abdelnoor, Hollis Dworken, others.
Speaking of pictures, deaf-mute refugee boy tells life story in drawings
14
Refugee children
Deep snow, hot wind, biggest flood
21
Floods
Struggle for aerial supremacy
28
United States Air Force (Appropriations and expenditures), AERONAUTICS, MilitarySoviet Union, Aviation, Military
Democrats look and look
30
Democratic Party (U.S.), Presidential campaigns (1952)
Prison wreck and riot
32
Prisons (New Jersey)
Camera makes a big catch
52
Fish (Photographs)
Little girl's big step
56
Elaine Dombcik DUNN
Hearts and records broken
81
Gail PETERS, Swimming
Murders most foul
95
Television broadcasting (Crime programs)
Dada's daddy
100
Marcel Duchamp; 1887-1968, Dadaism
Bolivia's annual revolt
34
Victor Paz Estenssoro; 1907-2001, Bolivia (Politics and government)
We want janitors
37
Princeton University, College students
Sandy exile
45
Mohammed CHENIK, Tunisia (Politics and government)
Auto engine you see through
47
Automobile engines
Easter parade turns pro
49
Easter
Eisenhower of Abilene
112
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969
Home town gets used to fame
120
Abilene (Kan.)
Le jazz, still hot in Paris
125
Jazz music
Catching a rare rhino
131
Rhinoceros
Beer and bikes from Yale to Vassar
136
Vassar College, Yale University, Bicycle racing, College students