Life Magazine, January 8, 1951 - Janice Rule

Life Magazine, January 8, 1951 - Janice Rule

Life Magazine, December 25, 1950 - Child's Christmas

Life Magazine, December 25, 1950 - Child's Christmas

Life Magazine, January 1, 1951 - GE's Charles Wilson

Original Life Magazine from January 1, 1951 - GE's Charles Wilson
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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
America's assets - more than 50 pages of pictures. Atomic progress photographed by Albert Fenn - much on radioactive isotopes. West coast youth, including photos of Arlene Nelson, Dolores Dick, Marion Heatherly, Jane Mackey (at Mt. Hood), Harold Lail, surfers, skiers, body builders and more, incl. very nice photo of Nancy Luft, Dick Safley, Bob Grant, and Leigh Rabel on Mr. Rainier. Cotton revolution. GM - biggest producer, with super color photos of Le Sabre, plus photos of June Buchanan, Peter Grabiec and others. Great American churches. How a democracy died by Robert Campbell. Colorful cookery. Kankakee, Illinois, including photos of Mallaney family gathering, Francis Graveline and more. US war potential and arms. Nice two page color Pontiac Super De Luxe Catalina ad with yellow and green car. Apprentice goddesses (not yet famous) : Eleanor Parker, Marilyn Monroe, June Haver, Phyllis Kirk, Debra Paget, Debbie Reynolds, Nancy Olson, Barbara Bates, Arlene Dahl, Jan Sterling, Mala Powers and Jean Hagen. Full page Ipana toothpaste ad with ski theme, shows two pairs of skis and man and woman in ski clothes.
U.S. reaches for its arms
8
United States (Military policy)
Kankakee knows what's coming
10
Kankakee (Ill.)
Once more: greetings
12
United States Army (Recruiting, enlistment, etc)
Look at our war potential
14
Industrial mobilization
Two giant steps
16
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Charles Edward Wilson; fl. 1891-ca. 1936
Apprentice goddesses
36
Motion picture actors and actresses
West Coast youth
45
Youth, Western States (Social life and customs)
Cotton revolution, California
54
Cotton
Biggest producer
56
General Motors Corp
Sabre is the car of the 1960s
60
Automobiles
Of course we do!
18
United States (Defenses)
Atomic progress
22
Nuclear research, Isotopes
Isotopes help study of life
26
Radiotherapy
Isotopes prove value in industry
32
Isotopes (Industrial use)
Atomic plant: more power than Coulee
34
Nuclear power plants
Hope for the future
72
Julius BLACK, Donald BURNHAM, Henry Alfred Byroade (diplomat.); 1913-1993, Dorothy Fosdick (political scientist.);
1913-1997
, Franklin David MURPHY, Charles H. Percy (American senator.); 1919-, Elliot L. Richardson
(American Attorney general.)
, Paul Anthony Samuelson (American economist.); 1915-, George Swift SCHAIRER,
Julian Seymour SCHWINGER
, Claude Elwood Shannon (American mathematician and computer scientist.);
1916-2001
, Carl STELLATO, John C. WHITE, Robert Roy WHITE, Americans
Colorful cookery
77
Infrared stoves
Great American churches
80
Protestant churches (United States)
How a democracy died
88
Greece (History, Peloponnesian War, 431-404 B.C.)