Life Magazine, August 25, 1972 - Pat Nixon

Life Magazine, August 25, 1972 - Pat Nixon

Life Magazine, August 11, 1972 - Escape hatch for Skyjackers

Life Magazine, August 11, 1972 - Escape hatch for Skyjackers

Life Magazine, August 18, 1972 - Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz

Original Life Magazine from August 18, 1972 - Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz
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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
A 14-page preview of Munich - surge to the Olympics. Full page Maytag ad with Mrs. Marcie La Fianz of Fajardo, Puerto Rico. HA - Two page Army recruiting ad, one full page is a color scene of lifeguards and women in bikinis, join the Army and meet girls in bikinis? Home birth - a new trend, includes Epifanio and Misarai Lozano, Dr. Beatrice Tucker. A sequel to "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." - the Glass Elevator, drawings by Joseph Schindelman, this is a long piece. Half page Dentu-creme ad with toothbrush with eight different colors of creme laid on like toothpaste. Sarge and Eunice Shriver. Thief on the 20th floor, office buildings fight petty crime. Cyclops watches the chess championship. Funny set of photo about Garage sale given by Chuck Erickson family in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Consumer warning about loose dogs, dog bites and rabies. Sir Francis Chichester, pilot of Gipsy Moth V, has to stop in the middle of a transatlantic race due to illness - he was 70 and with cancer at the time.
Taste for chocolate and old chairs
3
Roald Dahl
Deliverance
8
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Bobby and Boris show
8
Television broadcasting (Chess)
Cold fire from a forked guitar
16
John McLaughlin (British jazz guitarist.)
Now there's a Kennedy in the room
26
Sargent Shriver (American lawyer and government official.); 1915-
Oregon gold rush
51
Steve Prefontaine; 1951-1975, Running
Birth on the kitchen table
54
Chicago Maternity Center, Childbirth
Behind the movement, a legendary lady
58
Beatrice TUCKER
Glass elevator
60
Good season to beware of dogs
72
Dog bites
Eunice on Sarge and the Kennedy people
28
Eunice Kennedy Shriver
I'll tell you who's bitter, my Aunt Hazel
30
Thomas F. Eagleton (American senator.)
Olympic preview
32
Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1972 (Munich, Germany)
East Germany is on the mark
45
Women athletes
Best team of women in the world
45
Sports (Germany (East))
Thief on the 20th floor
74
Buildings (Security measures), Detroit (Mich.) (Buildings)
Why the sailor came home from the sea
81
Sir Francis Chichester; 1901-1972
In Londonderry, tragedy touches a man of peace
81
Terrorism (Northern Ireland)
Garage sale: finally, a reason to clean out the attic
82
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