Life Magazine, February 1, 1963 - Alfred Hitchcock and The Birds

Life Magazine, February 1, 1963 - Alfred Hitchcock and The Birds

Life Magazine, January 18, 1963 - Greek mythology, Trojan horse

Life Magazine, January 18, 1963 - Greek mythology, Trojan horse

Life Magazine, January 25, 1963 - Mekong Delta

Original Life Magazine from January 25, 1963 - Mekong Delta
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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
In color, the vicious fighting in Vietnam. Two page Standard Oil ad, Americana series, The Alamo. Full page Hoover ad with photo of the original 1908 model suction sweeper. How Joe Kennedy amassed his fortune. Why not be a cyborg? - special report by Jot Neri, cartoon0style illustration by Huehnergarth. Governor Scranton's gala debut in Pennsylvania. A New York judge upholds pretty girls' privilege of dressing like bunnies, Playboy club in New York. Two miniature paintings by Antonio Pollaiuolo, stolen by Nazis, turn up in California with waiter Johann Meindl, other works still missing. A hippo in drama school, Lutz Ruhe trains Sam the hippo for a movie career. Princess Grace shows off Monaco. Instant color pictures - a new feat by Polaroid, Edwin J. Land perfects his surprising Land Camera, film goes on sale for the first time next week, photos of lab tech Kathy Novy of Cambridge. Painters and angry poets join a growing cult which enshrines Marilyn Monroe, James Rosenquist, Derek Marlowe, Pauline Boty, Norman Rosten. Brief article about Marilyn's heirs, Lee Strasburg, May Reis, Bernice Miracle, Mrs. Michael Chekhov. Full page color Friskies dog food ad, new texture doesn't stick to the spoon.
He went off to war with film in his socks
5
Larry Burrows; 1926-1971
NATO's bad boy
6
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970, France (Foreign relations)
In darkest Africa
6
United States National Service Corps (Proposed)
Life guide
13
Museums
My wife and the cyborgs
19
Low temperatures (Humor, satire, etc)
Nazi loot pops up in Pasadena
43
Antonio del Pollaiuolo (Italian goldsmith, painter and sculptor.); ca. 1433-1498, Galleria degli Uffizi (Florence, Italy), World War, 1939-1945Art
New toy for a pool?
49
Animals (Training)
Princess Grace takes a tv tour of her principality
55
Grace (Princess of Monaco); 1929-1982
Now it's 60-second pictures in color
74
Polaroid Corp, Color photography, Photography (Films, Processing)
What it took: intuition, goo
80
Alix KERR
We wade deeper into jungle war
22
Guerrillas (Vietnam), United States (Armed Forces, Forces in Vietnam), Vietnam (Armed Forces)
Despite battlefield setbacks there is hope with caution
31
Milton ORSHEFSKY
Old governor yields, the new one fox-trots in
34
William Warren Scranton (American governor.); 1917-
Gall of de Gaulle
38
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970, European Economic Community, France (Foreign relations)
Growing cult of Marilyn
89
Marilyn Monroe; 1926-1962
Death of Marilyn Monroe
93
Elegy
93