Life Magazine, December 18, 1964 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, December 18, 1964 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, December 4, 1964 - Congo missionary Dr. Paul Carlson

Life Magazine, December 4, 1964 - Congo missionary Dr. Paul Carlson

Life Magazine, December 11, 1964 - The Rockettes

Original Life Magazine from December 11, 1964 - The Rockettes
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These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
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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
Rockettes, spectacle of their dancing and how five of them work and live, Karen Galvin, Mary Ann de Mare, Jane Simpson, Susan Borin, and Geraldine Ann Przybyszewski. Charred heart of a suicide Buddhist monk is the grisly symbol of more violence in Vietnam. Gala opening of the Lido, and the famous and exquisite women of the world show up in pantsuits, of all things! 8-year-old Richard Barnes of Los Alamos, New Mexico, shakes hands with LBJ. More kudos for Churchill's 90th birthday. Britain's ex-king, the Duke of Windsor, becomes an actor. Huge statue of Tlaloc moved from Coatlinchan to Mexico City, all 167 tons of it at once, on a 72-wheeled trailer. Susan Huxley works as a farmhand. Rickety Leo the Lion, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Notre Dame vs. USC, football. Kids' Books, a Happy Few amid the Junk, cartoon-style illustration by Milton Glaser. Op art = optical art, swirls and such. Full page color S&H Green Stamps ad, use your service station stamps to get a bike for Christmas.
Congo: savagery has no excuse
6
Massacres (Congo (Democratic Republic)), Congo (Democratic Republic) (History, Atrocities, Civil War, 1960-1965)
Britain: can the L now save itself?
6
Great Britain (Economic conditions)
Umbrellas of Cherbourg
20
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Two Moors an ocean apart
23
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Plays, Othello)
Oh, doctor I need you now
29
Heart (Diseases), Medical research
Poor rickety Leo
69
Lions, Pets
World's most famous kick: Rockettes
76
Dancers
Ancient rain god on the move
89
Indians of Mexico (Antiquities)
Just one more game to go
101
Ara Parseghian; 1923-., Football
Sobs and moans in the locker room
110
John R. McDermott; d. 1995
Exploding power of the Buddhists
34
Buddhists, Vietnam (Religion)
Pretty Parisian profusion of pants
42
Fashion
Whilst he still lives amongst us
49
Sir Winston Churchill; 1874-1965, Great Britain and the United States, Great BritainForeign relations/United States, United StatesForeign relations/Great Britain
Britain's ex-king becomes a film star: action, your highness!
55
Edward Windsor (Duke of); 1894-1972
She prefers animals to ancestry
61
Susan Huxley
Kids' books: a happy few amid the junk
112
Children's literature
Selection of modern classics: comp. by the Office of children's services of the New York public library
130
Children's literature (Bibliography)
Op art
132
Art, Modern
Bringing chaos out of order
138
Warren R. Young