Life Magazine, February 1, 1980 - Mary Astor

Life Magazine, February 1, 1980 - Mary Astor

Life Magazine, December 1, 1979 - Decade In Pictures

Life Magazine, December 1, 1979 - Decade In Pictures

Life Magazine, January 1, 1980 - Ayatullah Khomeini

Original Life Magazine from January 1, 1980 - Ayatullah Khomeini
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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
Cambodia, the desperate fight to survive. Full page color Olympus OM 10 camera ad with Cheryl Tiegs. Photocopy art. Khomeini's fierce outcry against America, photos include a big group of muslim beating themselves (!) - flagellation and another of women protesting, but using a photo from campus riots 20 years earlier. A US hostage is paraded in Tehran. Portrait - Mikhail Baryshnikov, Misha, dancer, younger readers will recognize him from "Sex in the City." . Art historian Anthony Blunt was a spy for the Soviets. Looking into the 1980's - future portrait of America. The space shuttle. Passive solar heating for homes, includes J. Douglas Balcomb's home in Santa Fe, Dr. David Gunderson's home, others. Houston is America's city of the future. Cutting the Amazon rain forest. Bill Rush, student at the University of Nebraska, cerebral palsy. Found painting by Frederick Church, very pretty painting of ice burgs. Full page color RCA television ad with lady surfing. Some of the horrors of Cambodia, starvation and death.

COVER: Ayatullah Khomeini

PORTRAIT: MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV, By Martha Duffy.

IRAN'S LONG CRY OF RAGE: For America: The Lessons of the Crisis, By George W. Ball.

DID ANYONE TELL THE QUEEN?  Art historian Anthony Blunt was a spy for the Soviets.

LOOK TO THE '80S: A portrait of America for now -- and the future.

THE SHUTTLE: A-OK FOR 1980: The space plane that lands like a rock with wings.

SUN-CONSCIOUS HOUSES: Primer on passive solar heating.

FOOD FOR TOMORROW: Crops that grow without earth.

HOUTEX: Rich-to-bursting Houston is America's city of the future.

LAST STAND FOR THE RAIN FOREST: A chance to slow the cutting in the Amazon.

LIVE ART: Flourishing hybrid shows off its Dadaesque roots.

THE EXPANDING WORLD OF BILL RUSH: Disabled student at the University of Nebraska has an inventor as a classmate, By Anne Fadlman.

MASTERWORK ON ICE: Lost for 100 years, a painting by Frederick Church sells for $2.5 million, By Joseph Roddy.

LIFE AROUND THE WORLD: The Pity and Horror of Cambodia.