Life Magazine, August 25, 1952 - Campus fashions

Life Magazine, August 25, 1952 - Campus fashions

Life Magazine, August 11, 1952 - Joan Rice

Life Magazine, August 11, 1952 - Joan Rice

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

Original Life Magazine from August 18, 1952 - Marlene Dietrich and daughter
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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
Uranium rush is on in Athabaska, Saskatchewan, including prospector Bob Calder, George Langford, Gus Hawker, Paul Loutit, Mary Adam, Uranium City, D.R. Macfie, Count George de Modzelewski, more. Democrats beat a Truman man. Deadly sleeping sickness in Central Valley, California, encephalitis, includes photo of Daniel Davis. Norway honors Haakon. Roadside murders of Jack Cecil Drummond, his wife and daughter, baffle French police. Spain - very nice color photo essay. Claud H. Foster gives away $3,879,680 to Cleveland charities at a single dinner. Magic angles, Pacific Coast Association of Magicians. Two page color Durene cotton fabrics ad with cartoon-like art by Richard E. Howard. Hair-hiding hats. Man vs. Mesquite, restoring open range in the American Southwest through the use of aerial spray. Another fun full page color Shell Motor Oil ad with the remarkable fantasy art of Boris Artzybasheff. Photos from festivals all over the USA. Remarkable terrier dog named Conga does canine translation of the alphabet. Aerialists' errors - yet more trouble for the same team portrayed in LIFE June 30, 1952. Serious funny business, photo of Bing Crosby and Dottie Lamour. 5-year-old Arthur Sommers wins a horse, named Buck - Flat Rock, Ohio.
Speaking of pictures
2
Dogs (Training)
Uranium rush is on in Athabaska
15
Prospecting, Uranium
Some pastime!
20
Baseball
Some science!
20
Geography (Study and teaching)
Portrait of a successful presidential candidate
21
Syngman Rhee; 1875-1965
Prodigals return
40
Presidential campaigns (1952)
Magic angles
43
Magicians
Spain
50
Spain (Description and travel)
Hair hiding hats
63
Hats
Man vs. mesquite
69
Mesquite
Just before Democrats voted in Missouri, South Carolina and Tennessee
22
Elections
Valley fights deadly sleep
24
Encephalitis, Mosquitoes (Control)
Well-loved king
26
Haakon VII (King of Norway); 1872-1957
Unmissed prince
27
Farouk I (King of Egypt); 1920-1965
Murder by the roadside
28
Jack Cecil DRUMMOND (Sir.)
Big giveaway
34
Claud H. FOSTER, Gifts
Aerialists' errors
75
Acrobats and acrobatism
Basketball-tomato feud a hot potato
78
McCordsville (Ind.)
Festivals are bustin' out all over
81
Festivals
Dietrich and her magic myth
86
Marlene Dietrich; 1901-1992
Tribute to mamma from papa Hemingway
92
Marlene Dietrich; 1901-1992
Boy makes a new home for a pony
104
Ponies