Life Magazine, January 19, 1948 - Violinist Marcia Van Dyke

Life Magazine, January 19, 1948 - Violinist Marcia Van Dyke

Life Magazine, January 5, 1948 - Pakistan's Jinnah

Life Magazine, January 5, 1948 - Pakistan's Jinnah

Life Magazine, January 12, 1948 - Midwinter accessories in fashion

Original Life Magazine from January 12, 1948 - Midwinter accessories in fashion
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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
Full page Bayer aspirin ad with history of the company and aspirin tablets, historic photos, too. Follow-up piece on the Cartier jewelry piece (LIFE December 22, 1947) about the salesman, Jack Hasey. Full color ad for movie - The Bishop's Wife with great illustration of Cary Grant by Albert Doone. Full page color Plymouth ad with handsome red car, art by H. Miller. Full page color Warrens Mint Cocktail chewing gum ad with June Allyson. Historic photos of Mexico by the Casasola family. Very cute full page color Green Giant ad with pea can in baby's bassinet, art by S. Berger. Miami Orange Bowl with Georgia Tech vs Kansas, football - Jeanne Biegger, Betty Widsom, Jo Walker, Nancy Rice, Shirley Moss, Louann Hoover. Beatric and Sidney Webb British husband and wife buried in Westminster. Photo - escaped prisoner from Colorado State Penitentiary at Canon City, caught in blizzard, 12 escaped from prison, all recaptured. Some pretty amazing storm photos, including steel radio towers of WGES (Chicago) bent and fallen, truck being pulled out of State Barge Canal (Brooklyn) with drowned driver still in cab. Romanian King Michael abdicates. The ball at Schonbrum in Vienna. Magnetic Mixer invented by Jerome Murray. Fashion accessories. The last four days of Mussolini. Contest - Racoon and dog fight in the middle of a lake - Cave Springs, AK. Great photos of tiny dessert flowers. Charles University in Prague - profile and photos. Last days of Mussolini by Laszlo Bush-Fekete.
Speaking of pictures
14
Casasola family
U.S. goes Bowl crazy
21
Football
Is there a witch hunt?
26
Communism (United States)
White House has a woeful week
28
United States (Politics and government)
British bury prophets
30
Beatrice Potter Webb, Sidney Webb (British socialist leader and reformer.); 1859-1947
Magnetic mixer
47
Mixers (Appliances)
Coon on a log
52
Dogs, Raccoons
Bishop's wife
71
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Belly plants
74
Desert plants
Charles university
81
CHARLES university, Prague
Winter strikes another blow
32
Storms
Gray market in action
34
Norman J. EDELMANN, Steel industry
King Michael of Romania abdicates
39
Michael I (King of Romania); 1921-.
Emperor waltz
44
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Portrait
82
Karel ENGLIS, Bohumil BYDZOVSKY
Last four days of Mussolini
92
Benito Mussolini; 1883-1945
Life goes to a party
110
John Alden jr TALBOT