Life Magazine, December 13, 1968 - Baltimore Colts, football

Life Magazine, December 13, 1968 - Baltimore Colts, football

Life Magazine, November 29, 1968 - Egyptian soldier tests Soviet tank

Life Magazine, November 29, 1968 - Egyptian soldier tests Soviet tank

Life Magazine, December 6, 1968 - Police violence at the Chicago convention

Original Life Magazine from December 6, 1968 - Police violence at the Chicago convention
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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
Exclusive report - Corruption of Chicago police - where discipline broke down. Walker Report discloses - the Police rioted at the Democratic convention. Super cool two page ad for bright red Camaro and Corvette. Burning coal mine below James Fork, West Virginia, 77 miners trapped in the mine. Aboard Apollo 7 with Wally Schirra, Donn Eisele, Walt Cunningham - 10 days in orbit. Joyce Hall - greeting card king, great color illustrations of vintage postcards. Past half century in Negro history -the Niagara group with W.E.B. DuBois, Marcus Garvey, early Harlem photos, Bessie Smith, Josephine Baker, Ethel, Waters. Very fat Herman Kahn goes to Vietnam to advise everyone, from the Hudson Institute think tank. Giant Pandas An-An and Chi-Chi get friendly at the London Zoo. Very funny ad for McCulloch chainsaws with a dog holding a chainsaw, what you want for Christmas. Back page photo "the evolution gap" showing human hands reaching out to monkey hands. Full page color Hudson colored napkins ad with four women in colorful and wild fashions eating hotdogs (Regional page after p. 22). Full page striking blue and white BAckus Cadillac Pontiac of Savannah ad (regional page). Full page Maytag ad with John R. Ahern family of Weatherford, Texas. NOTE : An Arrow Shirt ad insert was counted as pages 67-74. It is not always present and I do not lower the condition of the magazine if it is not. Please ask me in advance if you need it.
Question for Nixon: what's a Cabinet for?
6
United States Cabinet
Fixer
14
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Seasonal switch to Solomon
19
George Frideric Handel; 1685-1759, Phonograph records (Oratorio)
Corruption behind the swinging clubs
34
Daniel Walker; 1922-., Chicago (Ill.) (Police)
You can't expect police on the take to take orders
40
It was a pretty fast six-handed game for a while
60
Donn Eisele; 1930-1987
I have been devoured by this business
60
Wally Schirra
Two's company, but sixty-one is a crowd
86
Pandas, Zoos
Mobilization of black strength
93
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Lynching, Blacks (Civil rights, History), United States (History, 20th century)
From the southland a black surge to the city
96
National Urban League, Blacks (Migration)
In the spirit of Bretton Woods
43
Money (France), Gold as money
Gentle dawn breaks over a furnace roaring below
44
Coal mines and mining (Accidents and explosions)
Unsexing the classifieds
48
Advertising, Classified
Close-up: Joyce Hall, greeting-card king
53
Joyce Clyde Hall; 1891-1982, Hallmark Cards, Inc
I told my muscles: okay just relax
60
Walter Cunningham; 1932-.
Two prophets of race pride
98
William Edward Burghardt Du Bois (American sociologist, historian and novelist.); 1868-1963, Marcus Garvey (Jamaican-American civil rights activist.); 1887-1940, Universal Black Improvement Association
Cultural outpouring of the Harlem renaissance
100
Black authors, Black entertainers, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Out of a crushing depression, an unexpected ally
102
Labor unions (Blacks), United States (History, 1933-1945)
Struggle and progress in the last twenty five years
104
Race relations, United States (History, 1945-.)
Pasta you want? Pasta you get!
135
Motion pictures (Setting and scenery)