Life Magazine, July 9, 1971 - Winning photograph

Life Magazine, July 9, 1971 - Winning photograph

Life Magazine, June 25, 1971 - Frank Sinatra

Life Magazine, June 25, 1971 - Frank Sinatra

Life Magazine, July 2, 1971 - American Indians

Original Life Magazine from July 2, 1971 - American Indians
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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
Neat full page color Volkswagen ad with old couple at ancient log cabin - "It was the only thing to do after the mule died", a 2Neat customer identifies the couple as Hensley (not Hinsley as printed in the ad) of Dora, Missouri, and notes that they lived in that cabin at the time the photo was taken. Wonderful portraits of Native Americans, photos by Joseph K. Dixon in 1908-1913. Full page color Party Tyme cocktail mixes with color cartoon art by Mort Drucker. Quite a number of letters to the editors pertaining to Olga Scarpetta and adoption (LIFE June 11, 1971). Major international assault on Everest defeated, photos include Sherpas, Norman Dyhrenfurth, Dougal Haston, Yvette Vaucher, Pierre Mazeaud, Harse Bahuguna, others mentioned in article, Khumbu icefall, they were apparently attempting the Southwest face. Dan Ellsberg, the man at the center of the controversy over the top-secret Pentagon papers on US involvement in Vietnam. Golfer Lee Trevino. A Life Special - Our Indian Heritage, The Sacred Places, The Custer Myth, Indian Art, A Vision Beyond Time and Place by Pulitzer-Prize-winning novelist N. Scott Momaday. Included in the Indian Heritage section is Crazy Horse, Crow Reservation near Hardin, Montana, Longhorn Saloon with sign "No Indians allowed" near Pine Ridge Reservation. A bulldozed peace sign in Vietnam.
Our Indian heritage
5
Art Kane; 1925-1995, Indians of North America (Religion and mythology)
Pentagon papers: the decision to publish and the painful lessons
6
New York times, Classified information, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975
Gallery: Indian portraits by J. K. Dixon
10
Indians of North America (Photographs), Portrait photography
Fine way back to our prairie past
12
Laura Ingalls Wilder; 1867-1957, Frontier and pioneer life in literature
Chicago's Underground news
14
Chuck COLLINS, Television broadcasting (Talk shows)
Custer myth
48
George Armstrong Custer (American general.); 1839-1876, Crazy Horse (Sioux Chief); ca. 1842-1877, Indians (American) (Treatment), Indians of North America (Wars)
Surprising riches of Indian art
60
Indians of North America (Art)
Vision beyond time and place
66
Indians of North America (Culture)
Parting shots: Frank Sinatra's swan song
68
Parting shots: signals from inner space
68
Edgar D. Mitchell; 1930-., Extrasensory perception
Defeat on Everest
22
Norman G. Dyhrenfurth; 1918-., Mount Everest (China and Nepal)
Hawk into violent dove
30
Daniel Ellsberg (American peace activist.); 1931-
Mad golfer
34
Lee Trevino
Parting shots: the outlaw girl, Broadway's newest star
68
Jane Russell; 1921-.
Parting shots: oh beautiful, for spacious power lines
70
Electric lines (Poles and towers)