Life Magazine, December 18, 1950 - George C. Marshall

Life Magazine, December 18, 1950 - George C. Marshall

Life Magazine, December 4, 1950 - West Berliners, woman with dog

Life Magazine, December 4, 1950 - West Berliners, woman with dog

Life Magazine, December 11, 1950 - Lilli Palmer and Rex Harrison

Original Life Magazine from December 11, 1950 - Lilli Palmer and Rex Harrison
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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
Winter war in North Korea. Yugoslavs return 21 young Greeks. The striking new Heliolab research tower for S.C. Johnson and Son, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. All America is beating out "the thing". Texas town hits water and celebrates - Dell City. Seattle suburb (Northgate) has tallest Christmas tree. Eva Peron - photo essay. Troops are suffering as it freezes in Korea. Biennale shows cross section of today's art. Tree frog as pet - cute photo of one waiting to eat a meal worm. Top U.S. jockeys clash at Bowie, horse racing. Gold-plated styles. Religion - Baha'i. Johnson's new heliolab in Racine, Wisconsin. Marshall plan in Turkey. Sir Thomas Beecham. GREAT full-page color Santa and Coca-Cola ad! Full page Douglas aircraft ad with photos of Mrs. George F. Duke and son Thomas, Mr. S. Leonard Tilley, Mrs. Edmund P. Lunken (skiing), Ann Clark boating at the Broadmoor. You are the man who killed my brother (about Benjamin Krieger and Majer Mittelman), by Loudon S. Wainwright. Texas town of Dell City hits water and celebrates. NEAT two page color 1951 Kaiser car ad in yellow and black on red. Tallest Christmas tree : 211 feet at Northgate shopping center near Seattle.
Speaking of pictures, Johnson's new Heliolab makes strange patterns
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S. C. JOHNSON, Horowitz, A. and son, Laboratories (Architecture), RACINE (Wis.)Architecture
We're living the ECA way
13
Turkey (Social life and customs)
Once more we got a hell of a beating
32
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Chinese participation)
Angry words, bad news
40
United Nations (China)
What mobilisation?
42
Industrial mobilization
How Evita helps run Argentina
74
Eva Peron; 1919-1952, Argentina (Politics and government)
Tree frog is a comical pet
87
Frogs
Man out of a job
95
Willard Edward Goslin; 1899-1969, Pasadena (Calif.) (Education)
Cross section of today's art
101
Art (Exhibitions)
Bell, book and candle
111
John Van Druten; 1901-1957, Theater reviews (Single works)
Manpower is low, training is long
44
Military training, Military training camps
Prospect is war
46
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Chinese participation), War
Stolen children come back home
52
Children (Greece)
All American is beating out horror song called The thing
54
Songs, American
Texas town hits water, and celebrates
59
Irrigation (Texas), Dell City (Tex.)
Rebuilt Commons
65
Westminster Palace (London, England)
Eva Peron
69
Eva Peron; 1919-1952
Pattern of bloodstream
117
Rudolph SKARDA, Anatomical specimens, Arteries, Blood (Circulation), Veins
Top U.S. jockeys clash at Bowie
119
Joe CULMONE, Bill Shoemaker; 1931-., Jockeys
Tallest Christmas tree in Seattle suburb
127
Christmas trees
You are the man who killed my brother
132
Benjamin KRIEGER, Meyer MITTELMAN, Trials
Baha'i
159
Baha'i Temple (Wilmette, Ill.), Bahai Faith
Life tours with Sir Thomas
164
Sir Thomas Beecham; 1879-1961
New-fangled dodo
171
Dodos