Life Magazine, February 9, 1968 - Captured Vietcong guerillas

Life Magazine, February 9, 1968 - Captured Vietcong guerillas

Life Magazine, November 3, 1967 - Composite: runaway kids

Life Magazine, November 3, 1967 - Composite: runaway kids

Life Magazine, January 26, 1968 - Diet Pills

Original Life Magazine from January 26, 1968 - Diet Pills
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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
Exclusive report on dangerous diet pills prescribed by "fat doctors", Cheryl Oliver dies, undercover report by Susanna McBee. The mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek. Neat full page color Hunt's catsup ad with stack of tomato slices. Full page color British European Airways BEA ad. Karate in New York, muddy outdoor photos in Central park. . America's "Grandes Dames" - Mrs. T. Charlton Henry, Mrs. Edgar B. Stern, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, Mrs. Harper Sibley, Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, Mrs. August Belmont, Mrs. Lytle Hull, and Mrs. Thomas Armstrong. Wild damage caused by high winds in Glasgow, Scotland, including brick buildings. U.S. Congressmen visit Vietnam troops. Full page Savings and Loan Associations ad with horse race photo. Full page Maytag ad with the Lennon family, Janet Lennon Bernhardi and others. The Mob - the Marcus kickback case. Apollo space program update including the widows. German recipes. Poet David Slavitt's "The Exhibitionist". WAY COOL pair of photos showing the effectiveness of Swedish camouflage for an entire ship! 1.0
Open tennis, everyone? British declare Wimbledon open to all
4
Amateurism (Sports), Tennis
L.B.J. and the restlessness
4
Lyndon Baines Johnson; 1908-1973
Minor miracle on a Czech everyman; Mr Theodore Mundstock
8
Characters in literature
Bedazzled
8
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
President's analyst
8
Motion pictures (Reviews)
Slender Life reporter visits ten "fat doctors.".
24
Susanna MCBEE
Making millions out of the obesity business
28
Drug industry
Mayor with a ticklish mission
35
Teddy Kollek (Israeli mayor.), JerusalemMayors, Jewish-Arab relations
Karate: new tough-guy cult
40
Karate
Grandes dames who grace America
44
T. Charlton Henry, Christopher Temple Emmet, Toni Frissell (photographer.); 1907-1988, Edgar B. Stern, Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Harper Sibley, Mary Elizabeth Parkman Peabody, Eleanor Robson Belmont, Lytle Hull, Thomas Armstrong, Portrait photography, Women
Bright debut by slapstick satirists
8
Maurice Rapf; 1914-.
Rock and jazz in a creamy mix: two by the Cream
12
Phonograph records (Rock music)
Life music review
12
Real tourist trap
19
Travel regulations
Diet pills; doctors who treat weight problems
22
Drugs (Physiological effects), Physicians
Disaster, the harsh schoolmaster
56
Space vehicles (Oxygen equipment, Fires and fire prevention)
New mechanisms, materials designed to foil the enemy: fire
57
Space vehicles (Fires and fire prevention)
Fire and fate have left eight widows
60
Astronauts' families
Calculating poet behind a very gamey book
67
David R. Slavitt (American poet and novelist.); 1935-