Life Magazine, August 18, 1952 - Marlene Dietrich and daughter

Life Magazine, August 18, 1952 - Marlene Dietrich and daughter

Life Magazine, July 14, 1952 - The hangover

Life Magazine, July 14, 1952 - The hangover

Life Magazine, August 4, 1952 - Adlai Stevenson

Original Life Magazine from August 4, 1952 - Adlai Stevenson
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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 color Nash Golden Airflyte ad with fancy buildings. Eartha Kitt on Broadway - her road to success. Photo of Rebecca Powell and Rose Ann Hart, 2-year-olds from Houston, in a therapy tank recovering from polio - part of big new polio epidemic. Full page color Campbell's soup ad with baseball theme. Fashion - summer shawls. Full page color Van Camp's pork and beans ad with cute boy, art by Nat White. Aerial photos of the Shores of Maine - by Laurence Lowry. Full page color Champion spark plugs ad with people off-loading from a plane, art by Stan Galli. Half page Quaker State motor oil ad with hippopotamus art by Durenceau. US and USSR battle at the Helsinki Olympics, photos are of running, track and field events. Iron Curtain trip gives long look at Red's new German Barricade - by David Douglas Duncan. The double life of Henry Green - British Industrialist and Novelist by Nigel Dennis. Extremely cute full page color Jell-o ad with man reading cook book and preparing to bake. Fun photo feature on Cub Campers at Camp Wyanoke, New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee, includes photos of Todd Buxton, Edward Colby, Randy Huber, Todd Buxton, Haty Rathbone, Richie Cooper and others. Charming photo of Mrs. Robert Burns tying her horse and carriage to a parking meter, she is a member of the Old Order Dunkers of Covington, Ohio.
Speaking of pictures, Venice's pigeons

Democrats debate
Democratic national conventions

Labor leaders win a pyrrhic triumph
Alben William Barkley (American vice-president.); 1877-1956, Labor unionsPolitical activities

White supremacy
Blacks (Civil rights), Southern States (Politics and government)

Two tots in a tub recover from polio

Or else, ends steel strike
Strikes (Steel workers)

Washington's blips

Summer color
Republican national conventions

Eartha Kitt
Eartha Kitt

Shores of Maine
Maine (Description and travel)

U.S. and U.S.S.R. fight it out
Olympic Games, 1952 (Helsinki, Finland)

Zone of silence
Communism (Germany (East)), Germany (East) (Boundaries)

Double life of Henry Green
Henry GREEN (of Henry Vincent Yorke)

Life visits Cub campers
Cub Scouts, Camps