Life Magazine, February 14, 1938 - Egypt's queen
Original Life Magazine from February 14, 1938 - Egypt's queen
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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
Full page color Calvert's whiskey ad with illustration of gazelles and cartoon of fishermen on a boat. Two page Ovaltine ad, "the only thing that improved sleep in an elaborate series of experiments." Half page Gillette blades ad features "wire-haired terror" Jack Dempsey. Wright murder case, trial by jury. World's biggest bulb honors Edison, Memorial Tower in Menlo Park, New Jersey. Movie of the week, "A Yank at Oxford," starring Rober Taylor. Nation celebrates President Roosevelt's birthday with 15,000 parties to raise money for National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Great photo of Roosevelt clan with names of sons, daughters, grandchildren written over the photo. Europe fights a propaganda war by radio. Abe Lincoln - essay of forgotten photos, 8 pages of period images. Movies - a Yank at Oxford. Georgia O'Keeffe, artist, some images in color, great black-and-white photos of the artist, also Alfred Stieglitz photos. Small photo of Clark Gable getting birthday hug from judy Garland. Photo of 7-year-old (yes, seven years old) Reverend Charles Jaynes, Junior. Basketball on Donkeys, Quincy High School, Massachusetts. Baseball's winter photos have to be interesting, Lou Gehrig in Rawhide, Monte Stratton changes his baby's rubber pants, Joe DiMaggio takes a bite out of enormous candy fielder's mitt, more. Full page Heinz home-style soups ad. Party at Bachelor Club of St. Louis, Ruth Deibel, Maude Overall, Lucille Keeler, more. Catalonia reforms its playing card by changing old royalist symbols to contemporary images. Complete Buddhist service in Japan celebrates the fall of China's capital of Nanking. Back cover color coca-cola ad with native American man and small anglo boy in cowboy gear sharing drinks.
COVER: EGYPT'S QUEEN
BASEBALL: WINTER PUBLICITY PHOTOS
STANDARD OIL TANKER, 'H. D. COLLIER'
THOMAS EDISON MEMORIAL TOWER
MOVIE: 'A YANK AT OXFORD'
ARTIST GEORGIA O'KEEFE
ABE LINCOLN, HISTORICAL PHOTOS