Life Magazine, September 6, 1954 - Paris collections, fashion

Life Magazine, September 6, 1954 - Paris collections, fashion

Life Magazine, August 23, 1954 - Duke of Edinburgh

Life Magazine, August 23, 1954 - Duke of Edinburgh

Life Magazine, August 30, 1954 - Anna Maria Alberghetti

Original Life Magazine from August 30, 1954 - Anna Maria Alberghetti
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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
U.S. senate acts to keep talented Alberghetti family together. Cartoonist George Molnat and his new uses for statues. Letter and photo of real sailing canoe on Lake Erie in 1900. Christian unity shown with world's biggest Protestant (and others) meeting in Evanston, Illinois. Lovely full page color Lustre-Creme shampoo ad with Virginia Mayo. Stanley Marcus of Neiman Marcus (Dallas) offers 163 stewardesses temporary jobs, they were stranded by American Airlines pilots strike, photos include Margaret Ellis, Beverly Goff, Phyliis Curnutt, others. Italy - test for freedom's strategy. Way cool amphibian vehicle named Rhino - Indianapolis Indiana. Four Jewish boy killers from New York City, Jack Koslow, Melvin Mittman, Jerome Lieberman, Robert Trachtenberg. Photographer Bob Wendlinger (who took a suicide photo that appeared in LIFE March 10, 1952) talks potential suicide Bernard Levenson off the Manhattan Bridge. Charming photo and little story about Karen Kain (Troy, Ohio) and her saddle-cow Peaches. Alcide De Gasperi dies. Goa colony invaded by India. 100 years of yachting - photo essay, lots of nice photos, comparative drawings, models, more. Water skiing - cool photos of Joan Turbett, Winnie Wolford, Dick Binette and Butch Rosenberg at the National Water Ski Championships at Laconia, New Hampshire. Northland - Detroit's modern bazaar. Jack Webb is actor, director, writer and editor for Dragnet. Boy's camp, YMCA Camp Classen in Davis, Oklahoma. Fashion - Jumpers. Full page color Blue Bell clothing ad with cute little boy in propeller beanie hat, art by CP. Full page color PM Pleasant Moments whiskey ad with art by Cunette. Full page color Lucky Strike cigarettes ad with golfer Sam Snead. Full page color 7up 7-up Fresh up ad, families sitting on beach around campfire.
Speaking of pictures
2
Caricatures and cartoons
Hard work for Christian unity
9
World Council of Churches
Portrait
12
George Kennedy Allen Bell; 1883-1958, Carl H. Delacato, Toyohiko Kagawa; 1888-1960
From skies to store
14
Flight attendants, Dallas (Tex.) (Stores)
Quiet boys and horror
16
Jack KOSLOW, Juvenile delinquents and delinquency, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Far-roving Rhino
40
Amphibious vehicles
103 doesn't beat 102
44
Water skiing
Dragnet
50
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Jack of all trades
50
Jack Randolph WEBB
100 years of yachting
54
New York Yacht Club, YACHTS and yachting (History)
Amusing summer fantasy
18
Propaganda, Soviet
Fantastic summer realities
18
United States
Man lives to see another evening sun go down
21
Rescue work
Texas chooses up for a runoff
22
Allan Shivers; 1907-1985, Ralph W. Yarborough; 1903-1996, Political campaigns, Texas (Politics and government)
Death in his beloved mountains
24
Alcide de Gasperi; 1881-1954
Saint is asked for help
29
Goa (India)
Anna Maria, happy in the rain
65
Alberghetti family
Want to make a porch?
71
Lumber industry, Houses (Maintenance and repair)
Kafka contortion
77
Yvette CHAUVIRE, Ballet
20th century bazaar
81
Shopping centers
Red specter that haunts Italy
92
Communism (Italy), Italy (Politics and government)
Boys rule the roost on camp's last day
106
Camps