Life Magazine, January 17, 1938 - Oil business

Life Magazine, January 17, 1938 - Oil business

Life Magazine, January 3, 1938 - Swedish skater

Life Magazine, January 3, 1938 - Swedish skater

Life Magazine, January 10, 1938 - Koalas

Original Life Magazine from January 10, 1938 - Koalas, animal, animals
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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
The Panay incident, US gunboat bombed in Yangtze River by Japan, filmed on board by Norman Alley, 6 pages of stills (See December 27, 1937). S.S. Hoover on the rocks. Full page Gillette Blades ad with Paul Whiteman, "King of Jazz." Two page ad for movie "Every Day's a Holiday" starring Mae West, multiple photos from the film. Full page Bell & Howell movie camera ad with Cecil B. deMille and Francska Gaal. Vassar College student boycott Japanese silk by burning their stockings. Best films of 1937 including "Captains Courageous" and "Stage Door" with Katharine Hepburn. Used cars glut new car market. Chinese refugees board a Yangtze steamer. Hollywood keeps fit, or else, Rosemary and Priscilla Lane, Mischa Auer, Danielle Darrieux. First pictures of gambling on the "Tango." Tom Mooney - America's most famous prisoner. Hollywood keeps fit, or else. Florida - photo essay. Harvard's new one-ton microscope. Photo essay of Florida, including two pages in color, Vanderbilt home in Miami Beach, Hyman Nissman family of NYC on winter holiday, Mrs. Henry L. Doherty's charity party, trailer camps, Minnie A. Chapman of Royal Oak, Michigan in Biscayne Park. Europe's Great Kissers - photos of official greetings between men, including Russian ruler Stalin, French President Lebrun, Archbishop of Sofia, Boris II of Bulgaria, embarrassed Americans, more. African animals in new exhibits at the American Museum. Party with the Knickerbocker Greys. Very cute letter and photo from lady who wants to dummy for Cynthia the dummy (see December 13, 1937).

COVER: KOALAS    

THE PANAY INCIDENT

USED CARS GLUT THE NEW CAR MARKET 

WINTERING IN FLORIDA 

 AFRICAN ANIMALS

GAMBLING SHIP S.S. 'TANGO' OFF SHORE LONG BEACH, CALIF. 

MOVIE: 'THE BUCCANEER' 

MILITARY PREP, 'KNICKERBOCKER GREYS'