Life Magazine, January 8, 1971 - Composite: The New Shape of America
Original Life Magazine from January 8, 1971 - Composite: The New Shape of America
|Excellent Condition (2 Available)|
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.
|Good Condition (3 Available)|
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
View from US 80, photo of snow blowing across lonely stretch of this highway. Nice sunset silhouette photo of motorcyclist on the prairie near Cheyenne, Wyoming. Photo of the ladies of the Altoona Kitchen band of Iowa. Photo of 100-year-old Chief William Red Fox in full native American garb and war bonnet and Jim Marco, in Aurora, Nebraska. Full page ad for the really unflattering Trim-Jeans meant for weight loss. Two page color GM ad with a gold Pontiac Grand Ville. A new youth Harris poll, they seem pretty conservative, their views on drugs, sex, religion, divorce. Last grab for land, includes photos of the Tazlina Glacier in Alaska, the Yukon river, the completely battered off-road vehicle area at Dumont Dunes, California, overgrazing around Gilson Butte in Utah, the Kennecott copper mine in Alaska, more. Full page color Parliament ad featuring a bunch of really neat cigarette holders. Free schools, Radical Moms of Decatur, Illinois - photos include Tami Harris and Dan Ford, John Condon and Jeff Whitcomb, William Austin, Regina Hart, Nancy Roucher, Laura Jahr, more. Jet-age scramble, this is a photo piece about the frustration, mechanics and boredom of modern air travel. Comedienne Joan Rivers. Columbia, Maryland's planned town, a city made with humans in mind. Getting together - We the people - Americans may start listening to each other again. Four-day work week, includes photos of Don Carr and Philip Lansdale; Jack Petersen, Jeff Boyersmith, Jim Dunn, Billy Burden, Joe Giba (includes midget race car), Tony Noce, Fred Houston, Connie Wilbur (includes photo of her and son on motorcycle), Wally Hoare 1.1 .
Cities and towns, United States (Civilization)
United States Public Land Law Review Commission, Public lands
Air travel, Chicago (Ill.) (Airports)
Joan Rivers; 1937-., Comedy
Hours of labor