Life Magazine, December 8, 1941 - General MacArthur

Life Magazine, December 8, 1941 - General MacArthur

Life Magazine, November 24, 1941 - Wartime knitting

Life Magazine, November 24, 1941 - Wartime knitting

Life Magazine, December 1, 1941 - U.S. Air Force

Original Life Magazine from December 1, 1941 - U.S. Air Force
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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
Nice full page color Mercury 8 ad with green car and aviators. A nice look back to the Fort Peck dam and Wheeler, Montana (first LIFE issue), now five years old. Curious half page Columbia bicycle ad with man parachuting with a Columbia Compax folding bicycle, plus Navy and Army bicycle design. John L. Lewis calls off coal mine strike in response to President's final plea. Photo - Parachutists drop on Carolina airfield during maneuvers. Balloon houses for defense workers bloom in Virginia, Horseshoe Hill, Fairfax county. Nice full page color International Trucks ad with military troops. Japanese envoy Kurusu flies to Washington for diplomatic conference. 1941 football all-america team with such luminaries as Frank Sinkwich, Frank Albert, Ray Frankowski, and others. Odd full page American Locomotive ad about diesel vs steam railroads. Southern states dim lights as water reservoirs dry up. Baby boom in US. Romance of sailor and girl, Josephine Phillips and Willis Langford. Photo essay - US Air Force. Article - air power. Movie - Suspicion. American Glovers put French finish on styles. Cats perform intelligently in laboratory. Life revisits Wheeler, Montana after five years. The isolationist Midwest. Photos of an algonquin indian Tuwassi making a canoe paddle out of a raw log in one hour.
How isolationist is the Midwest?
16
America First Committee, World War, 1939-1945 (Public opinion, United States), Middle Western States
Lewis calls off his coal-mine strike in response to President's final plea
25
John L. Lewis; 1880-1969, Strikes (Coal miners)
Lewis leadership is repudiated by C.I.O. convention in Detroit
28
Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.)
Portrait
28
Denny LEWIS
Portrait
28
Kathryn LEWIS
Emir Abdullah, Arab ruler of Trans-Jordan, is no. 1 British pawn in the Middle East
67
emir of Transjordan ABDULLAH, TRANSJORDAN., World War, 1939-1945 (Middle East)
Boom in babies in 1941
73
Birth rate
Paintings I have liked
76
William Somerset Maugham; 1874-1965, Art (Appreciation), Painting
Romance of a sailor and a girl reaches happy end
87
Phillips) (Mrs Willis Langford LANGFORD
Army Air force plans to expand to a million. men
91
United States Army Air Forces
Tidy Dutch clean up the mess of Rotterdam
32
Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Balloon houses designed for defense workers
34
Concrete houses
Japanese envoy Kurusu flies to Washington
36
Saburo Kurusu; 1886-1954, Japan (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Japan)
Portrait
37
Kichisaburo Nomura
Life's 1941 all-America
38
Football players
Power blackout
41
Electric power (Southern States), WATER supply (Southern States)
Land is bright
53
George S. Kaufman (American dramatist.); 1889-1961, Edna Ferber (American novelist, short story writer and playwright.); 1887-1968
Suspicion
59
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Airpower
102
Aviation, Military, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations)
Portrait
106
Giulio Douhet; 1869-1930
Portrait
106
William Mitchell; 1879-1936
American glovers put a French finish on their styles
116
Gloves
Life calls on a Russian movie star
118
Lynbov ORLOVA, Soviet Union (Social life and customs)
Life goes calling on Russia's greatest writer
120
Alexei Nikolaievich TOLSTOI
Smart cats perform intelligently in laboratory
122
Charles Nelson WINSLOW, Animal intelligence, Cats