Life Magazine, February 7, 1949 - Churchill's memoirs

Life Magazine, February 7, 1949 - Churchill's memoirs

Life Magazine, January 24, 1949 - French skier Emile Allais

Life Magazine, January 24, 1949 - French skier Emile Allais

Life Magazine, January 31, 1949 - Dogs

Original Life Magazine from January 31, 1949 - Dogs
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Some of the contents in this issue
Photo essay - Dogs in America. Truman inauguration. Full page Ipana tooth paste ad with Bert Parks. Neat photos of Josef Krips conducting. Extremely cute full page photo of Julia Mae Jinnette asleep. Chiang gives up and an era ends. Charming half page Gaines dog food ad with Dachshund dog. Charles Ponzi dies in Brazil. Russell W. Davenport. David Douglas Duncan. Clifton Webb plays with a new device, trying to figure out it's purpose - bathtub cane. Nice full page movie poster ad for “A woman's secret” with Maureen O'Hara, Melvyn Douglas and others. Auto show crowds want the new models. General Motors car show at the New York Waldorf Astoria. A LIFE round table on housing. Photo essay - Turkey's army. The Acro theater in Chicago. Education - deaf child, Jerrye McKee of Beaumont, Texas. Movies - Hokum in Atlantis. University of Arkansas admits first Negro medical student, Edith Mae Irby. Cute full page color Johnson & Johnson ad with art by John Falter. Neat two page color Oldsmobile ad with many cars on freeway.
Speaking of pictures
8
Conducting (Music)
Portrait
8
Josef Krips; 1902-1974, Sergiu Celibidache (Romanian conductor.); 1912-1996, Alben William Barkley
(American vice-president.); 1877-1956
, William Levitt, Frederick H. ALLEN, Carl Gunnar Strandlund, Philip M. Klutznick
(lawyer, Jewish leader and secretary of commerce.); 1907-1999
, Alfred Gross (builder.); d. 1992, Fritz B. BURNS,
Henry Niccolls WRIGHT
Truman is inaugurated
15
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Inaugurations
Captain Harry is host to Battery D at inauguration
16
Veterans
Truman's biggest week
22
Roger Place Butterfield; 1907-1981
Deaf child
51
Jerrye MCKEE, Deaf (Education)
Siren of Atlantis
54
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Actor vs. gadget
56
Clifton Webb; 1893-1966, Gadgets
Ponzi dies in Brazil
63
Charles Ponzi; d. 1949
They want cars
64
Automobiles (Exhibitions)
Chiang gives up and an era ends
26
China (History)
Russian peace offensive
28
Soviet Union (Foreign relations)
Edith Irby goes to school
33
Blacks (Education)
U.S. senator
34
Tom Connally (American senator.); 1877-1963
Stars born in Chicago
36
Uta Hagen (American actress.); 1919-2004, Richard Carlson (American psychologist and self-help book writer.);
1961-2006
, Chicago (Ill.) (Theater)
Dogs of America
40
Dogs
Turkey's army
66
UNITED STATESMilitary cooperation, Turkey (Army)
Life round table on housing
72
Building (Costs), Housing
What is a house?
74
Houses
Housing industry
78
Construction industry
Look, no hands! Magic rope
88
Erwin F. BEYER, Acrobats and acrobatism