Life Magazine, January 31, 1938 - Student nurses
Original Life Magazine from January 31, 1938 - Student nurses
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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
instructor Edith Hayes and director A. Isabele Byrne. Getting ready for New York's 1939 Fair, city spends $150 million to turn Flushing Meadow into a wonderland. More than thirty photos of a day in the life of prizefighter Henry Armstrong. Oil-well fire at Kilgore, Texas. Palm Beach begins to look like Miami, Ruth Selwyn, Jane Ewing Rovensky, Charles A. Munn family, more. Full page color International Trucks ad with L.C. Edwards of Pasco Packing Association. Two page color "fourmost" whiskies ad includes Old Overholt, Old Taylor, Old Grand-Dad and Mount Vernon. Ghost tower at Duke University. U.S. to export first helium to Germany. Three Burmese ladies inspect a Grenadier guard, great image of women with as many as 25 rings around their necks and the guard with his lavish tall hat. Worcester, Massachusetts Boys' Club stages a Little Sister Beauty Contest, Karen Swenson, Caroline and Henry Hanson. Junk jewelry in color, and 109 charms. South sea sarong comes to Florida. Detroit players club holds its 150th frolic. Student nurses - photo essay. Indiana is a hotbed of basketball, "greatest US winter sport". Stanford's Hank Luisetti is basketball's player of the year, with photos of him in action. Full page Fleishmann's Yeast ad, eat it and your life will have new energy. Small photo of Sonja Henie in costume at Madison Square Garden. Small photo of Mahatma Gandhi on the beach at Juhu. Twelfth night party on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Mrs. William A. Jackson hostess. full page color Hiram Walker's Ten High ad with caricature-style illustration of thin photographer and fat fisherman with a marlin.
COVER: STUDENT NURSES,
BOXER HENRY ARMSTRONG
NEW YORK'S WORLD'S FAIR PREPARATIONS
U.S. EXPORTS HELIUM FOR NEW GERMAN ZEPPELIN
HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE BASKETBALL,
'THE PLAYERS' DETROITS EXCLUSIVE DRAMA CLUB