Life Magazine, March 3, 1972 - Mao Tse-tung

Life Magazine, March 3, 1972 - Mao Tse-tung

Life Magazine, February 18, 1972 - Olympic ski-jump winner

Life Magazine, February 18, 1972 - Olympic ski-jump winner

Life Magazine, February 25, 1972 - Elizabeth Taylor

Original Life Magazine from February 25, 1972 - Elizabeth Taylor
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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
Neat two page comparison ad for the Fiat 128 small car and the VW beetle. Full page Old Gold cigarettes ad with rock climbing theme, sort of. Photos and clips from LIFE 20 years ago. John Lindsay, the media-sexy candidate. Special Olympic wrap-up - 12 pages in color, includes fantastic photo of viewers next to ski jump, Anne Henning, Dianne Holum (speed skaters), Cochrans (skiing), ice hockey, Ulanov and Rodnina (figure skating) and more. Howard Hughes, the reclusive billionaire, as known by Noah Dietrich (this is a big feature and include the Spruce Goose airplane). Interesting two page Pan Am airline ad about brainwashing and meals and movies, good ad. Cole Porter revival. Two page Army recruiting ad, this one featuring a bunch of different sports - perhaps the other push featuring Army jobs didn't work. Donald Jackson's article pertaining to the Olympics and Wojciech Fortuna contains the best phrase - "The taste of freckles was on my tongue." Two centuries ago the U.S. contacted China. Making history in Peking. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Odd Canadian Club whiskey ad for curious sport of mountain hopping with a rocket pack, they call it jet age mountain climbing.
Making history in Peking
4
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994 (Visit to China, 1972)
Dealing
8
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Eagle and stork and real prince
8
Bill Russell, Television broadcasting (Sports)
Loser's guide to investing
10
Speculation
Machiavelli in bananaland
16
R. M. Koster; 1934-.
Happy 40th, Dear Liz
57
Elizabeth Taylor; 1932-.
Cole Porter
71
Cole Porter; 1891-1964
When the U.S. sailed to China
74
Salem (Mass.), United States (Commerce, China)
Another Dr Barnard transplants a human heart
81
Marius BARNARD
Nixon's new economist has trouble with her checkbook
81
Marina von Neumann Whitman
Howard I remember
24
Howard Hughes (American airline, aircraft and motion picture executive.); 1905-1976
Salute to Sapporo
32
Olympic Games
Zest, precision and an unlikely hero
50
Woiciech FORTUNA
Super flap over Supersleuth
82
Police (Computer use), Fines (Penalties)
It's right there on the tip of my tongue
84
Orthodontics