Life Magazine, January 11, 1954 - Debutante wardrobe

Life Magazine, January 11, 1954 - Debutante wardrobe

Life Magazine, December 28, 1953 - Four great churches

Life Magazine, December 28, 1953 - Four great churches

Life Magazine, January 4, 1954 - U.S. economy, rocket

Original Life Magazine from January 4, 1954 - U.S. economy, rocket
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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
Billions for defense build wondrous weapons. Full page color Utica-Mohawk sheets ad with different packages of sheets, Viking boat logo. State of US economy and defense. US spends record $ 34.7 billion on new construction - Armour Pharmaceutical building, Pittsburgh's Gateway Center, Ideal Cement Company building in Boettcher, Colorado; Parker Pen's new plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, and others. The new domesticated male - men now do housework - cartoons by Tom Funk. A daring plan to unshackle trade and enrich the free world by John Know Jessup and Michael A. Heilperin. Full page Debeers ad featuring Venice art by Charles Rain. Tough Taconite yields to new technology - Mesabi iron ore. Corvette shows the way for plastic cars. Predictions for the 200th birthday of the US by George R. Harrison. New energy sources for the US - Coal, Oil and Gas, Water, the Atom, The Sun. Full page color Ballantine Beer ad featuring art by Ray Prohaska. Back Page ad for Coca Cola - Featuring a Nurse from Eddie Fisher. Very interesting article comparing incomes and spending between 1952 and 1953, with snapshots of the following families : George and Tina Perryman of Marietta Georgia, Ray and Irene Brown of Aldeo Illinois, Henry and Tommy Waidmann of Denver Colorado, Frank and Betty Waterman of Bakersfield California.1.2
Boom time family picture
6
Personal finance, Family, Cost and standard of living
Costliest thing our taxes buy
12
Munitions, United States (Armed Forces, Appropriations and expenditures)
Killers, one so smart that it dreams
14
Guided missiles
Frontier guarded by a curious dome
20
Radar (Military use), Arctic regions (Defenses)
As seen from Washington
22
United States (Economic conditions)
Hedge against tomorrow's shortage of iron ore
63
Taconite
Color television
68
Color television
Car of the future in mass production today: plastic cars
71
Automobiles (Materials)
Look ahead to the 200th birthday of the U.S.
74
Forecasting, United States (Civilization)
One sure bet: twice as much power
78
Power (Mechanics)
Luckiest generation
27
Youth (Employment)
Biggest building year
31
Building, Industrial buildings
New American domesticated male
42
Men
New, daring plan to unshackle trade
46
Commerce, Money (International aspects), Western Europe (Commerce), United States (Commerce)
Atom: age of nuclear power
86
Nuclear reactors
Wizards of the coming wonders
92
Scientists, American
Portrait
94
Russell Harrison Varian; 1898-1959, Sigurd VARIAN