Life Magazine, January 28, 1952 - Triple talent

Life Magazine, January 28, 1952 - Triple talent

Life Magazine, November 26, 1951 - LIFE photo contest, girl with camera

Life Magazine, November 26, 1951 - LIFE photo contest, girl with camera

Life Magazine, January 7, 1952 - Horsetail vs. poodle, hair styles

Original Life Magazine from January 7, 1952 - Horsetail vs. poodle, hair styles
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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
Photos - Ships sink around England's Goodwin Sands. Full page color Nash Airflyte ad with a couple really puffy looking cars, lighthouse in background, cars are grey with green roof and creme with red roof. Nice full page movie poster ad with color "Ten Tall Men" with Burt Lancaster. Letter to editor pertaining to hole shown in teacher's shoe, testimony to inadequacy of teachers' pay in the U.S. Photo - Willow Run car factory in winter storm, this is a former aircraft factory. US Army shows off the T-47 machine gun. Grim photo of John L. Lewis (United Mine Workers) all grubby and bitter after viewing the bodies in an Illinois coal mine disaster. Disaster at the Orient No. 2 coal mine in West Frankfort, Illinois, including photos of Mrs. Kenneth Nicholson, Cecil Sanders, Mrs. Charles Bartoni, others. University of Texas gets 2,810 donors for blood drive. Slightly humorous article about drunk drivers and sobriety tests. The Empire State building is sold - tells all the steps necessary to make it happen. Carrie Munn, dress designer in color Fatima cigarette ad. Jean Babilee in Till Eulenspiegel ballet. "The Wife Problem" - I was prepared for a funny article, but it is really about corporations and executive wives. Schlitz ad with Ham Radio operator illustration by John Falter. New hotel El Panama with no windows or doors. US teenagers in Paris - photo gallery. Photos of Civil War recreations. Unusual full page color Coca-Cola ad with boy in Western Union cap.
Speaking of pictures
2
Goodwin Sands (England)

From Willow Run to winner: winter
8
Snowstorms

Case for Ike
12
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Presidential candidates (1952)

Mournful John L.
13
John L. Lewis; 1880-1969

Death at Orient
14
Coal mines and mining (Accidents and explosions)

Gloucesters get back
16
Korean War, 1950-1953 (British participation)

Battle of lightweights
18
Rifles

Los Angeles tries for sober holiday
20
Alcoholics and alcoholism

104 steps, 600 documents, and a skyscraper is sold
23
Roger L. Stevens; 1910-1998, Empire State Building (New York, N.Y.)

Blood drive, Texas style
24
University of Texas (System), Blood donors

Rising star in U.S. diplomacy
26
George Crews McGhee; 1912-.

Balletic buffoon
29
Jean Gutman Babilee, Ballet

Wife problem
32
Corporations, Executives, Wives

Beehive in the tropics, El Panama
50
Hotels, motels, etc

Point of no return
59
Paul Osborn, Theater reviews (Single works)

Mary Damon's dilemma
65
Hairstyling

Wow, quel babes!
70
Americans (France), Youth

Strife over sculpture
77
Art (Competitions)

Life goes to a second Civil war
80
University of New Hampshire, Student activities