Life Magazine, July 10, 1950 - Actress Miroslava Stern

Life Magazine, July 10, 1950 - Actress Miroslava Stern

Life Magazine, June 26, 1950 - Cecile Aubry

Life Magazine, June 26, 1950 - Cecile Aubry

Life Magazine, July 3, 1950 - George Washington

Original Life Magazine from July 3, 1950 - George Washington
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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
The American Revolution, the story as it really happened, 17 pages of color. Neat photos showing the construction of the Eiffel tower in Paris.42nd annual governors' conference held at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. X-ray reveals a human junk pile in stomach of Gary, Indiana steel worker. Shriners make mystic mummery in Al Malaikah, the Los Angeles Temple - I think some of these antics were meant to be in fun, but they sound pretty thuggy today. Four different photos of people who passed out while in the ranks and are being ignored by comrades. Fashion - fancy sweaters. Two page color movie poster ad for Disney's "Treasure Island." Photo of Winifred "Wimpy" Holloways plane crash. Photo of Motorcycle officer Herb Elvander being chased by a steer. Photo of Henry Randall (Elkhard, Indiana) trapped in a well. Photo of the results of drunk driving, Jewell E. Bybee with his car in a cemetery. Life goes to a pint-sized formal, St. Joseph's School in South Norwalk, Connecticut with Jimmy McLean, Ernest Hornyak, Corinne Langlois, Michael Safranek, Celine Pitzo and others. State governors meet in West Virginia. National Press Club party near Alexandria, Virginia. Story of Pearl McLain and her brief appearance in a movie. OUCH - full page color Noxzema ad with sunburned lady. Two page Ford ad with Walter Griffith, Nancy, Bonnie and June Kendeigh, others. Article about human embryo with skeletons.
Speaking of pictures
2
Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)
Politicians without politics
13
GOVERNORS' conference, 1950
Politics on the Fourth
18
Conservatism, United States (Politics and government)
X-ray reveals a human junk pile
19
Foreign bodies (Physiology)
Zut, here we go again
20
France (Politics and government)
No news, boss
32
National Press Club
American revolution
36
United States (History, Revolution, 1775-1783)
Prisoner for a crown
61
Robert A. VOGELER, Communism (Hungary), Crowns
Visible heat
67
Heat (Radiation and absorption)
Pearl's big moment
71
Pearl MCLAIN, Motion picture production and direction
Mystic mummery in Al Malaikah, Shriners' name for their Los Angeles temple
22
Freemasonry
What will the sergeant think?
24
Fainting
No fit week for man or beast
29
Accidents
Human embryo
79
Fetus
Fancy sweaters
83
Sweaters
Life goes to a pint-sized formal
88
Private schools