Life Magazine, August 19, 1946 - Yellowstone Park

Life Magazine, August 19, 1946 - Yellowstone Park

Life Magazine, August 5, 1946 - Frowning boy

Life Magazine, August 5, 1946 - Frowning boy

Life Magazine, August 12, 1946 - Loretta Young

Original Life Magazine from August 12, 1946 - Loretta Young
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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
Handsome full page color Mercury ad with red two door car on wooden bridge, boy collecting waterfowl eggs. Cigar-chewing photographer Weegee shows how to photograph a corpse as part of the six week seminar he is giving. Nice full page color Frigidaire ad with art by Albert Dorne. Blood runs in Palestine violence, Jews and Arabs, British were trying to keep order. Full page color Pepsodent ad with demure lady in black, looks like Melanie from “Gone with the Wind.” Photo - Boss Edward H. Crump rides a roller coaster. Bolivian revolt. Photos of the atomic bomb explosion - "Baker Day" at Bikini Island. Midsummer on Jones Beach, New York state park on Long Island. Short piece on tourists, including photos of Howard Sandel (Mountain Home, Arkansas), Larry Hightower (from Ellensburg, Washington, with a wheelbarrow he hopes to push around the world), Carl Curtis from Salem, Nebraska, Howard Buretta, John Bacon, Ed Clevinger, Dick Clark, Connie and Jenny Wellbourn, Xane Laidlaw. Loretta Young shows ten years of nightgowns in “The Perfect Marriage.” Confidence games, Swindlers. Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. Peter Lind Hayes, comedy star. Byron Thomas’ color paintings of butterflies. Movie – The Razor’s Edge, how a book is made into a film. Ipsophone. St. Louis debutantes, including Deborah Love, Mary Love, Betty Scudder, Mary Prince Goodbar, Harriet Peters, Jane Lammert and others, all in frilly, flowing gowns. Shriners' convention in San Francisco.
Speaking of pictures
8
Photography
Ipsophone answers telephone for you
13
Telephone answering machines
Blood runs in Palestine violence
21
Jews (Palestine, Resistance movement), Palestine (History, British Mandate, 1923-1948)
G. B. S.
26
Bernard Shaw (Irish dramatist.); 1856-1950
Picture of the week
27
Edward Hull Crump (American political party leader.); 1874-1954
How a rattlesnake strikes
57
Rattlesnakes
Peter Lind Hayes
60
Peter Lind Hayes; 1915-1998
Butterflies
64
Byron THOMAS, Butterflies
Atomic power
70
Motion pictures (Documentary films)
Razor's edge
75
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Bolivian revolt
28
Gualberto VILLARROEL, Bolivia (Politics and government)
Baker day at Bikini
30
Nuclear weapons (Testing)
Midsummer
32
New York (State) (Parks and reserves)
Tourists
37
Travel
Confidence games
45
Fraud
Razor's edge
75
Motion picture production and direction
Frank Lloyd Wright
84
Frank Lloyd Wright; 1867-1959, Architecture, Modern
St Louis debs
99
Debutantes, Saint Louis (Mo.) (Social life and customs)
Shriners' convention in San Francisco
106
Freemasonry