Life Magazine, January 20, 1941 - Army ski patrol

Life Magazine, January 20, 1941 - Army ski patrol

Life Magazine, January 6, 1941 - Katharine Hepburn

Life Magazine, January 6, 1941 - Katharine Hepburn

Life Magazine, January 13, 1941 - Woman on Beach

Original Life Magazine from January 13, 1941 - Woman on Beach
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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
Allison Plane Engine - how they are manufactory. Japan - newest axis partner - turns scorn against Britain. Nice full page Packard ad with PT 10, Patrol Torpedo boat. Mrs. Roosevelt tries on her inauguration frocks. EXCELLENT full page color Chesterfield cigarettes ad with Marion Hutton and fantastic 1941 gown. Football Bowl games on New Year's day. Democracy in US Schools. Twin sisters Lois Barnes and Lucille Barnes of Flint, Michigan go to New York - Barnes twins - Gay White Way night club. Nice, colorful, full page Jewel Tea ad. New techniques in camouflage including curious anti-aircraft shack by Rodyenko. Photos of the ship Rio Parana being launched in Chester, Pennsylvania. Artist Alexander Brook. St. Louis smoke - follow-up story on air pollution (see LIFE January 15, 1940) and how it has been cleaned up. Essay on Democracy given by Cannie Morris Turnipseed at Holtville High in Alabama (see also January 5, 1942). Attractive full page Lincoln ad with Zephyr V-12 ad with nice ski hill theme. Full page color Kre-mel desserts ad with Marie Dionne, quintuplet. Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, Iowa, with many photos including John Burriss, Bill Viggers, Shirley Ann Rosenfield, Betty Pulis and others. Nice full page color Pullman-Standard ad with Illinois Central railroad, City of Miami.
These pictures show how a smoky city, St Louis, cleaned up
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Smoke prevention, Saint Louis (Mo.) (Air pollution)

Fantastic capture of Eben-Emael
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World War, 1939-1945 (Belgium), Belgium (Defenses)

Allison engine, plane motor on which army puts its biggest bet
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Airplane engines, Airplane factories

Roosevelt rallies U.S. to become an arsenal
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt; 1882-1945, World War, 1939-1945 (Aid to Great Britain, United States)

Age gives way to youth as the 77th Congress meets
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Thomas Hopkinson Eliot; 1907-1991, Robert Luce; 1862-1946

Japan, newest axis partner, turns scorn against Britain
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Fascism (Japan)

Mrs Roosevelt tries on her inauguration frocks
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Eleanor Roosevelt; 1884-1962

Camouflage
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Camouflage, Photography, Aerial

Wherever he pleases, A. Brook sets up his easel and makes art pay
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Alexander Brook; 1898-1980

Democracy in U.S. schools
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Education and democracy, Des Moines (Iowa) (Education), Rochester (N.Y.) (Education), Holtville (Ala.)

London stands up to the blitzkrieg
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Morale, National, London (England) (History, Bombardments, 1939-1945)

Uncle Sam and nephews
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Cecil Calvert BEALL