Life Magazine, August 1, 1990 - How Life Begins

Life Magazine, August 1, 1990 - How Life Begins

Life Magazine, June 1, 1990 - Did Elvis Commit Suicide?

Life Magazine, June 1, 1990 - Did Elvis Commit Suicide?

Life Magazine, July 1, 1990 - Kermit Says Goodbye To Jim Henson

Original Life Magazine from July 1, 1990 - Kermit Says Goodbye To Jim Henson
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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
13 years after Elvis' death, new evidence points to suicide. Two page color ad for Chrysler comparing their cars under $21,000 with air bags to those from Honda, Nissan and Toyota. Cars - the American passion - big feature. Dream cars and Tom Cruise at 180 mph. Sky surfing, Laurent Bouquet, this looks like snow boarding with a parachute. Incredible two page color photo of passengers being thrown from a derailed elevated train in Japan. Charming two page photo of little Keith Walkowitz refusing to carry the ring at his father's wedding. Nice double page color photo of fresh lava crossing a road near Kalapana, Hawaii. Children of the Damned, next generation of crack casualties, includes Hutchinson Street in Philadelphia, Vincent, Koajk, others. Life on the Lam with Tory and Dutchess, kidnapping an elephant. How much is a life worth? - student Allison Atlas. Eisenhower's son recalls D-Day. Always a bridesmaid, Courtney Loftin, 11 times and counting. Nice photo of Arctic tern (bird) apparently looking through the binoculars at birdwatcher Peter Deknijff. 1.1