Life Magazine, February 15, 1963 - Abraham Lincoln's exhumation
Original Life Magazine from February 15, 1963 - Abraham Lincoln's exhumation
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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
Rare photographs and new found facts tell the incredible story of What happened to Lincoln's body, photos of exhumation. Her unexpected majesty - a special report on what happens when the queen just pops in. Boston's terror, series of sex stranglings, photos by Arthur Rickerby. Epic climbing feat, North wall of Great Lavaredo, 17 day winter ascent by Peter Siegert, Kauschke, and Uhner. Canada in a rage over US nuclear warheads on Canadian soil. Young piano virtuosos substitutes for a star and rocks the concert hall, Andre Watts. "Revival of the Throb and Sob," sentimental paintings back in the limelight in London and New York. An architect's home, Eliot Noyes, photos by George Silk, Calder sculpture, Picasso vase, and all the kids practice music. Cassius Clay, his poem "I'm the greatest," and he's after Sonny Liston, too. New facts about the risks of blood transfusions. National Research Corporation of Cambridge, Massachusetts, produces finest-ever metal powder, a billion particles on the head of a pin, to help fabricate better alloys. Nice two page color General Motors ad with white Bonneville convertible car. Full page Columbia Records ad with small photos of Leonard Bernstein, Doris Day, Ray Conniff, Frankie Laine and more.
Western Europe (Defenses)
Elizabeth II (Queen of Great Britain); 1926-.
Murder, Boston (Mass.) (Crime)
Art (Themes), Painting, British
National Research Corporation, Metal powders
Houses (Designs and plans, Connecticut)
Eliot Noyes (American industrial designer and museum director.); 1910-1977
Muhammad Ali; 1942-.
Mountaineering, Dolomite Alps (Switzerland)
Canada (Foreign relations, United States)
European Economic Community
Andre Watts; 1946-.
American Association of Blood Banks, Blood (Transfusion), Blood banks, Blood donors, Hepatitis
Abraham Lincoln (American president.); 1809-1865
Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt; 1901-1979