Life Magazine, September 13, 1954 - Judy Garland

Life Magazine, September 13, 1954 - Judy Garland

Life Magazine, July 26, 1954 - Lawyer Joseph Welch

Life Magazine, July 26, 1954 - Lawyer Joseph Welch

Life Magazine, August 2, 1954 - Summer show biz

Original Life Magazine from August 2, 1954 - Summer show biz
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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
Some prisoners of war return from Dienbienphu, Indochina. Neat story about a helicopter rescuing another helicopter (S-55 Sikorsky), Sandspit Lake north of Marathon, Ontario. Scuba diver Ed Fisher lives under water for 24 hours. One of those gruesome race car crash photos, Silvertone, Great Britain, the driver lived. Sarcophagus in Sakkara, Egypt - alabaster beauty. Full page color Kellogg’s Corn Flakes ad with colorful boy art by Norman Rockwell (this was one of four kids that appeared on cereal box). Supermarket experiment shows small fry to be sober shoppers in Cincinnati, includes photos of Mike Buschbacher, Dale Schneider, Deedee Everitt, Jane Cox, Christine Howald, David Thompson. Glass revival - Venice regains bygone glory, great fancy glass stuff. Farmer Wilbert Lanmeier and his family and their pigs are on television, Cloverdale, Illinois. Humorous "Parade of the Wooden Legs" in Brussels. Full page color Borden Chocolate Milk ad with the Borden train. Summer theater flourishes - photos by Gordon Parks. Fashion - kilts for freshman girls. Branch Rickey shows what wins baseball games. American summer theatre, many are outdoors. Neat half page Bayer Aspirin ad with racing motorcycle. Full page color Borg-Warner ad featuring the Lockheed Super Constellation. Summer skiers schuss into slush at Washington’s Mt. Baker (this is like the scenes in Warren Miller's film - skiing into a big puddle), photos include Tom Currie, Anne Ryan, Ronald Limbacher, June Svedin.
Speaking of pictures
4
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Political campaigns
Face of defeat and the face of victory
10
Council of Foreign Ministers, Indochinese War, 1946-1954 (Peace and mediation)
Historic filibuster
16
United States Congress Senate (Rules and practice)
Rescue helicopter rescues a helicopter
18
Helicopters
Fishlike life for twenty-four hours
20
Diving, Submarine
Medieval walk-about in Brussels
42
Festivals, Brussels (Belgium)
Youthful buyers on their own
49
Kroger Co, Children
Glass revival
53
Glassware
All outdoors lit up
67
Outdoor lighting
Summer night's surprise
71
Theater
One red challenge we should not meet
24
Sports (Soviet Union)
Chromed calamity in Brooklyn
29
Money
Little Mo's mixed blessing
30
Maureen Connolly Brinker; 1934-1969
Ancient beauty in alabaster
34
Egypt (Antiquities)
Pig roundup hogs a new show
38
Television program reviews
Four stage debuts
74
Lauritz Melchior (opera singer.); 1890-1973, Ruth St. Denis (dancer.); 1880-1968, Margaret Truman (daughter of American president Harry S. Truman and writer.); 1924-2008, Gloria Vanderbilt (American fashion designer.); 1924-
Helen Hayes and son
76
Helen Hayes; 1900-1993
Goodby to some old baseball ideas
78
Baseball
Summer skiers schuss into slush
92
Skiing