Life Magazine, December 15, 1941 - Broadway's Junior Miss. Pearl Harbr

Life Magazine, December 15, 1941 - Broadway's Junior Miss. Pearl Harbr

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

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

Life Magazine, December 8, 1941 - General MacArthur

Original Life Magazine from December 8, 1941 - General MacArthur
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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
Pictures - Times Square at night. Nice half page Flexible flier sled and skis ad. Striking full page color Forstmann woolens ad with white and black outfit. Full page color Capehart phonograph ad with Star Song, Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah, by Franklin Watkins. Nice full page Sunbeam kitchen appliances ad. Super full page color Coty makeup ad showing LOTS of different makeup gift sets with boxes. Lee Sink weeps for wife beside ashes of Roanoke, Virginia home. Photos of Times Square at night. Sinking of American Merchant ship "Lehigh". Snowy death in Chilean Andes - avalanches at Caracoles and plane crash. Just plain wonderful full page color Coca-Cola ad with Santa Claus. Traffic jam outside Baltimore Martin bomber plant, cars workers drove plus house trailers other workers are living in. Photo essay - US Navy Air force. Close-up - MacArthur. Police sponsored binge tests drunken driving. The book "Journey for Margaret" about British child refugee come to the States, now with Bill and Katherine White. Movie - Dumbo. Wild turkeys. Doris Lee offers southern Negro as source of fashion inspiration.
Speaking of pictures: best yet of Times square at night
14
New York (N.Y.) (Description and travel)
Desert is hell
18
World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Africa), Libyan Desert
Portrait
35
prince of Japan TAKAHITO
Japanese Emperor's youngest brother, Mikasa, and bride
35
Costume (Japan)
Ancient imperial power of Japan comes to a showdown with America
35
Japan (Foreign relations, United States), United States (Foreign relations, Japan)
Custer's last stand
75
George Armstrong Custer; 1839-1876
They died with their boots on
75
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Journey for Margaret
83
William Lindsay White; 1900-1973, Refugee children
Blithe spirit
91
Drama
Doris Lee offers the southern Negro as a source of fashion inspiration
96
Doris Emrick Lee; 1905-1983, Fashion
Governor of Georgia remembers that he was once a flogger himself
40
Eugene Talmadge (American governor.); 1884-1946, Georgia (Politics and government)
British attack in Africa
42
World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Africa)
American flag goes down before a U-boat torpedo in the south Atlantic
44
Lehigh (Freighter)
Snowy death in Chilean Andes
46
Avalanches, Andes
Yanceyville card game is ended by law
59
Yanceyville (N.C.)
Industrial health
67
Occupational health and safety, UNITED STATESPublic health service/Industrial hygiene, Division of
Dumbo
72
Motion pictures (Animated films)
Wild turkeys thrive in the South
107
Herbert L. Stoddard, Wild turkeys
Navy Air force acts as a unit with ships of the fleet
113
United States Naval Air Force, Aircraft carriers
MacArthur of the Far East
122
Douglas MacArthur; 1880-1964, East Asia, Philippines (Defenses)
Japan threatens to close China's only supply line
140
Burma Road (China and Myanmar)
Drunken driving
144
Automobile drivers (Testing), Alcoholics and alcoholism
Life goes to a Free French show
148
Philadelphia (Pa.) (Social life and customs)
Wife of Brazil envoy, leads two lives for art and diplomacy
154
Maria Martins; 1900-1973