Life Magazine, January 22, 1951 - U.S. air defense, woman

Life Magazine, January 22, 1951 - U.S. air defense, woman

Life Magazine, January 8, 1951 - Janice Rule

Life Magazine, January 8, 1951 - Janice Rule

Life Magazine, January 15, 1951 - Rose Parade marshal

Original Life Magazine from January 15, 1951 - Rose Parade marshal
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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
More on Korea including retreat from Seoul, looks miserably cold, amazing photo of fleeing mother carrying a big load plus nursing a child, all while walking. Yugoslavia today. Fabulous Scott Fitzgerald. Christmas camera records a tragic winter's tale : Bonnie Sue and Diana Lee Barringer break through ice. Raymond Cobb becomes the complete boy scout. New York gets world's biggest bus station. Photo essay - our Communist ally, Yugoslavia, including color photo of Jelena Jovanovic. Art : the Metropolitan and modernism. Sheep-killing weed Halogeton glomeratus. Korean civilians flee Seoul, many photos. Slot machines from Armed Forces officers' club dumped off Long Beach, California. Nice full page color Ballantine Ale ad with skiers. Nice full page color American Airlines ad with art by John Falter. Life goes to a New Orleans Circus party, including photos of Jane Shober, Marcelle Vallon, Nigel Rafferty, Mr. and Mrs. William West, Blake West, Frank McLoughlin and others.
Speaking of pictures, these show film star McBoing-Boing
8
Motion pictures (Animated films)
We head for another perimeter
17
Korean War, 1950-1953
Meet Mr Boswell
24
James Boswell; 1740-1795
Arthur MacArthur dances with a Nisei
25
Arthur MacArthur; 1845-1912
Taft challenges the high command
26
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Robert A. Taft; 1917-1993, United States (Foreign relations)
World's biggest bus station
48
New York (N.Y.) (Stations)
Sheep-killing weed
55
Halogeton glomeratus, Sheep (Diseases and pests)
Ways of love controversy
59
Motion pictures (Censorship)
Ways of love
59
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Our Communist ally
66
United States (Foreign relations, Yugoslavia), Yugoslavia (Foreign relations, United States, Social life and customs)
Tragic winter's tale
28
Accidents, Rescue work
Reverse jackpot
31
Gambling machines
Delayed inaugural, Connecticut
32
John Davis Lodge; 1903-1985, Inaugurations, Connecticut (Politics and government)
Irascible group of advanced artists led fight against show
34
Artists, American
Metropolitan and modern art
35
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), Art (Competitions), Painting, American
Corporal does general's job
41
Robert Stewart GRAY, Parades
Complete scout
45
Raymond COBB, Boy Scouts of America
Private life of Tito is calm but guarded
70
Josip Broz Tito; 1892-1980
Production problems plague the country
72
Industrial relations
U.S. helps in drought
74
Food supply (Yugoslavia)
Pint-sized high style
77
Clothing and dress (Children), Fashion shows
F. Scott Fitzgerald's tormented paradise
82
Francis Scott Fitzgerald; 1896-1940
Life goes to a New Orleans circus party
102
Entertaining