Life Magazine, August 25, 1967 - Marine and young Vietnamese friend
Original Life Magazine from August 25, 1967 - Marine and young Vietnamese friend
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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 Maytag ad with Sherry Crookston, Mrs. Mack Evans Smith of Wallsburyg, Utah and her family. Combined Action Platoon of US Marines and South Vietnamese soldiers - "defend, befriend" pacification campaign. Slum programs try to stop the violence in US ghettos, mayor JOhn Lindsay, Willy BoBo Sextet. Close-up of film-maker Bruce Brown, with a great photo of him jumping his BSA motorcycle. To See America - tour of 248-year-old farmhouse White Chimneys near Lancaster, Pennsylvania photos by Nina Leen, Henry Slaymaker, Hannah Slaymaker, S. R. Slaymaker. US dollar in crisis as bullion reserves dwindle to $13 billion by John K Jessup. Science - Dr. Johannes Kylstra's mouse breathes liquid (fluorocarbon) - and lives. Art - Picasso's five-story tall, 162-ton sculpture for Chicago's Civic Center. Miscellany - funny photo of Bruce Lewis' sports car - bearing a stripe down the middle - lined up with the stripe painted on the road. School season shopping with the "Rexall Blackboard Bonanza" cheesy stuff that you can mail order from Rexall. Cool Honeywell ad with robot arm and Dr. H. W. Mergier. Alcatraz photo shoot - fashions modeled by Sharon Acker, Angie Dickinson. The Scene - Yellowstone, about Bears, by Gerald Moore, regional pages, not in all issues. This issue comes with two different cover variations : Version 1 has the title "To keep a village free" on the cover in yellow, Version 2 has the same title in white. Version 2 has additional pages 34a-b with "Needed : a poverty plumber" and "The presidency, a view from the heartland" and 58a-b with a continuation of the "Marines in Hoa Hiep" with Rick Foreman. Some regional and ad pages may also vary. Please tell when ordering if you have a preference, both versions are NOT always available, sorry. 1.0
Table of Contents for this issue is coming soon.