Life Magazine, March 8, 1948 - Woman wearing Beret

Life Magazine, March 8, 1948 - Woman wearing Beret

Life Magazine, February 16, 1948 - Joan Tetzel

Life Magazine, February 16, 1948 - Joan Tetzel

Life Magazine, February 23, 1948 - Oregon ski resort

Original Life Magazine from February 23, 1948 - Oregon ski resort
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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
(Olaf Rodegård is the cover skier, a friend purchased this issue for him when he was nearly 100, he skied through age 96 back in Norway!). EXCELLENT 15 page color photo essay about Skiing - This is probably the best ski feature ever done in LIFE. Photos by Ralph Crane in ski feature include : Olof Rodegard, Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood (LOTS of indoor and outdoor photos), Chair lift at Timberline, Margaret Henshaw, Patti Glasscock, Steve Church, Snow cat tow, Dave Morris, Fred Meberg, Erick Lund berg, Gene Vradenburg, Elda and Paul Shreve, Rolla Volstaedt, Robert E. McCooey with broken ankle - burning his broken skis, Theo Tysdal, Anna Von Hoomissen and many others. Jievute Paulekiute becomes Mrs. Winthrop Rockefeller. Avalanche sweeps railroad cars over cliff, Cumbres Pass, Denver and Rio Grande Western. Close-up - Salvatore Giuliano, King of the bandits. Movie - “T Men.” Clinic for sick minds, Harlem's St. Philip's Parish House, with Dr. Wertham. Wrestling : Cornell of Iowa, including photos of Leo Thomsen, Bill Mann, the Cornell team, Dick Hauser, and others. Dog shows. Arnold J. Toynbee and study of history. Ferenc Nagy of Hungary is now dairy farmer in Herndon, Virginia. Very cute photos of 9 month old Michael Thomas Roesle eating lemons.
Speaking of pictures . . . which of these shows Washington?
22
George Washington; 1732-1799 (Statues, portraits, etc)
Story of Jievute Paulekiute
29
Mrs Winthrop Rockefeller ROCKEFELLER
How to think about civilization
34
Civilization
Markets take a slump as commodities dip
36
Commodity exchanges
Wardens rescue trapped deer
38
Deer
Broadway cheers new comic star
87
Nancy Walker; 1922-1992
Wrestling played straight at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, Iowa
93
Wrestling
Clinic for sick minds
99
Psychiatric clinics
Best U.S. dog, a blue-coated Bedlington terrier
107
Dog shows, Terriers
Pekingese show also chooses a champ
108
Dog shows, Pekingese dogs
Old Maude sends her boy out to beat Dev
40
Maud MACBRIDE, Sean MacBride (Irish diplomat.); 1904-1988
Mr Secretary meets the Cubs
47
George Catlett Marshall; 1880-1959
Bourgeois composers
48
Musicians, Russian
Trouble in Hollywood
55
Motion picture industry
King of the bandits
63
Salvatore Giuliano, Sicily (Italy)
Skiing at Timberline lodge
71
Skiing, Ski resorts
Neckline build-up
115
Exercise
Study of history
118
Arnold Joseph Toynbee; 1889-1975, Civilization
T-men
135
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Homemade planetarium
140
Steve SMITH, Planetariums
Hungarian premier is now U.S. farmer
146
Ferenc NAGY
Portrait
151
George ALEXICH, Janusz ILINSKI, Camille Chautemps; 1885-1963, consort of Charles I ZITA (emperor of Austria)