Life Magazine, February 15, 1963 - Abraham Lincoln's exhumation

Life Magazine, February 15, 1963 - Abraham Lincoln's exhumation

Life Magazine, February 1, 1963 - Alfred Hitchcock and The Birds

Life Magazine, February 1, 1963 - Alfred Hitchcock and The Birds

Life Magazine, February 8, 1963 - Greek writers

Original Life Magazine from February 8, 1963 - Greek writers
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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
Greece, Part 3 - soaring thought, stark drama. 1963 - most savage winter of the century, photos from England, Bavaria, Paris, Lake Superior, South Dakota, Henderson New York, Japan, Moscow. Old grad paratrooper, Elliott Chaze returns to Fort Benning, Georgia. We call on Cuba, LIFE photographer and correspondent get unexpected tour of Havana courtesy of Castro . South Carolina's Clemson College integrates. Iran's Shah seeks and gets public support. Robert Frost is dead - some last stanzas. Dead man at the controls, Lester Peterson has to land a plane when the pilot Edgar Van Keuren dies, passengers Lester Laun and John Pawlack. Antiradiation candy, Dr. Michael Ash of Sussex, England invents iodine, strontium and potassium lollipops to counter growing radiation threat throughout the world. Dr. Jonas Salk's splendid adventure, unique institute for biological studies. Gregory Peck and the child actors of "To Kill a Mockingbird," Mary Badham, Phillip Alford. Young actors winning kudos, Janet Margolin, Keir Dullea, Patricia Gozzi. Walt Schoenknecht breaks ski tradition at Mt. Snow. The fabulous Lilly dress. Inside back cover full page color Canadian club adventure ad, Eric Haller tries a mid-air somersault on skis.
Our own remembrance of Robert Frost
3
Robert Frost; 1874-1963
Quiet progress in the South
4
James Meredith, University of Mississippi, Colleges and universities (Desegregation), Blacks (Southern States)
Kennedy's tax may not be one to grow on
4
Taxation
Life guide
15
Clubs, Societies
Once I was a tiger
17
Parachuting
Fallout lollipops
53
Michael ASH, Radiation (Safety measures)
Greece
60
Civilization, Greek, Greece (History)
Birth of reason
62
Philosophy, Greek
Showplace of the spirit
63
Greek drama (Tragedy)
Great new dream of Dr Salk
73
Jonas Salk; 1914-1995, Salk Institute Biotechnology\Industrial Associates Inc
Hell's winter howls in
28
Winter
Tiros view of the storms: map of what went wrong
32
Artificial satellites (Meteorological use)
Japan battles off a banzai of white
36
Snowstorms, Japan
Robert Frost
46
Pilot drops dead, you can't fly
48
Airplanes (Landing)
Get-together of fine fellows
86
Scientists
Scamp of the ski slope
93
Walt SCHOENKNECHT, Ski resorts
Children caught in adult dramas
97
Children as actors and actresses, Motion pictures (Reviews)
Barefoot tycoon makes lillies bloom all over
105
Lilly Pulitzer, Fashion