Life Magazine, February 20, 1970 - Architect turned clown

Life Magazine, February 20, 1970 - Architect turned clown

Life Magazine, February 6, 1970 - Robert Redford

Life Magazine, February 6, 1970 - Robert Redford

Life Magazine, February 13, 1970 - Dollar Bill

Original Life Magazine from February 13, 1970 - Dollar Bill
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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
Your Dollar Problem : How some Americans beat inflation, includes Mrs. Ramon Spritzler doing her own remodeling, Else Moyer cutting her husband's hair, raising your own beef, learning plumbing, learning to sew (Evelyn Paige), raising vegetables (Anneliese Turner), tuning her own car (Susie Mumford), more. TV Some interesting superimposed photos by Bill Binzen. Full page US Ski Team ad. Full page Ayds weight loss ad with Christine Stanley, apparently doctors thought being really fat could hurt on unborn baby in those days - "Luckily my baby was born all right and not hurt from all my fat." Review - "The Dick Cavett Show". Barry Farrell bids farewell to Diana Ross and the Supremes. Author, philosopher, mathematician, and intellectual gadfly Lord Bertrand Russell dies at 97. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts celebrates 100th birthday by acquiring a Raphael. US Attorney General John Mitchell, with an interview with Martha Mitchell (includes golf photo of him and President Nixon). Full page Maytag ad with Mary Cygan of Mundelein, Illinois, and her family. Starlet Jacqueline Bisset. Parting Shots - New York's Sing Sing and San Francisco Bay's Alcatraz prisons have been shut down, Native American Indians are currently holding Alcatraz. Cute full page color Volkswagen van ad with the same amount of stuff packed into a regular station wagon.
Memoirs come to market
2
Presidents (Archives)
Gallery: photographs
6
Bill Binzen
Gallery
6
Bill Binzen's photographic sandwiches
Late-night talker who knows how to listen
10
Dick Cavett, Television broadcasting (Talk shows)
Molly Maguires
12
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Politics of Mr Nixon's economics
28
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994, Budget (United States)
Illustrious life of disagreements
30
Bertrand Russell (British philosopher.); 1872-1970
Boston's centennial coup. with paintings
36
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, Mass.)
It's a drag to be pretty
60
Jacqueline Bisset
Parting shots
65
Ossining Correctional Facility (N.Y.), Alcatraz Island (Calif.)
Sidestepping the money gap
20
Personal finance, Inflation (Finance)