Life Magazine, October 6, 1941 - Farmer's daughter

Life Magazine, October 6, 1941 - Farmer's daughter

Life Magazine, July 7, 1941 - General Patton in tank

Life Magazine, July 7, 1941 - General Patton in tank

Life Magazine, August 11, 1941 - Rita Hayworth

Original Life Magazine from August 11, 1941 - Rita Hayworth
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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
Moscow photos a week before invasion, including many charming photos of children, including kindergarten children with butterflies and boys playing war games.. David Scherman (LIFE photographer) and Joan Smith (model) spoof some cliche ads. Interesting half page Schwinn bicycle ad showing Alfred Letourner breaking the world speed record. Nazi clothes rationing. Last silk shipment from Japan. Nazis hang rebellious Serbs. Close-up of Charles A. Lindbergh, pilot. End of the Bismarck. Adolf Dehn, artist.. New poison for mosquitoes, pyrethrum poison. Tennis kids tour the tournaments, including photos of Ed Alloo, Gene Mako, Mary Louise Peoples, Louise Evans, Mrs. Stanley Hooker, Barbara Bradley, Jane Stanton, Billy Talbert, Geneva Carter and others.. Negro private from Fort Bragg, Raymong Carlton, on weekend leave with friends and family in Warsaw, North Carolina. Full page color Camel cigarettes ad featuring Marshall Headle, test pilot for Lockheed. Funny photo of Sergeant Charles Kirkpatrick. Nice full page color Lockheed aircraft ad with P-38 Lightning, Lodestar Transport and Hudson Bomber. Interesting half page ad for Schwinn bicycles and speed record being set. Nice full page Pennsylvania Railroad ad inside front cover.
Moscow a week before the Nazi invasion began
Margaret Bourke-White; 1904-1971, Moscow (Russia)

End of the Bismarck
Joe Brooks; 1905-1972, World War, 1939-1945 (Naval operations)

Bismarck's end
Geoffrey CARVER

U.S.A. in words and watercolors
United States in art

Rutgers laboratory concocts new poison for mosquitoes
Mosquitoes (Control)

Tennis kids tour the tournaments

Again, food will win war, and write the peace, adds Secretary Wickard
Claude Raymond Wickard (American Secretary of agriculture.); 1893-1967, World War, 1939-1945
Agricultural aspects
, World War, 1939-1945Food supply

Roger Place Butterfield; 1907-1981

Stubborn young man of strange ideas becomes a leader of wartime opposition
Charles Lindbergh; 1902-1974

Weekend leave with a Negro private from Fort Bragg to his home in Warsaw
Blacks (Southern States)