Life Magazine, July 12, 1948 - Small town girl

Life Magazine, July 12, 1948 - Small town girl

Life Magazine, June 28, 1948 - Boy from Kent School

Life Magazine, June 28, 1948 - Boy from Kent School

Life Magazine, July 5, 1948 - F-84 Thunderjets

Original Life Magazine from July 5, 1948 - F-84 Thunderjets
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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
Full page color Studebaker ad with blue car and yellow house, with the sign Paul Heinley Farmhouse Re(can't read the rest), house number 11663. The first ad I remember seeing for this product - Full page Du Pont nylon bristles ad for different kinds of brushes. Swimming with the Porpoise Diving fin in Florida's Silver Springs, includes Nancy Stilley, Martha Mitchell, Dorothy M. Anderson and others - looks like fun! Full page color General Electric radio ad with Susan Hayward. Historically interesting full page Oil Industry information Committee ad "Oil Breaks Production records again." US Colleges turn out a record class, including photos of Hugh Mulligan (Marlboro College), Jules Levin (MIT), the West Point class. Full page Pepsodent tooth paste ad with nurse Mary Louise Shine. Interesting pair of photos catching the fall of Duke Charles - Louis D'Otrante as he fainted on his horse during a state procession through Stockholm. Article - If we should have to fight again, by Carl Spaatz. Full page color Maxwell House Coffee ad with rocky beach campfire scene painting by Lawrence Beall Smith. Photo essay - Man-made landscapes. Art - the Fourth of July. Boxer Joe Louis wins over Jersey Joe Walcott and retires, great photos of Joan Blonell. Life visits an amateur gardener, Woodrow Wilson Dillard of Decatur, Georgia. Republication convention and Dewey and Warren. Lovely photo of Helen Perry playing the bass fiddle. Nice half page Spalding tennis racket ad. Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with cartoon art of Ken Roberts, rodeo champion.
Speaking of pictures
4
Diving
Republicans pick Dewey and Warren
17
Republican national conventions
Portrait
20
Edward MARTIN, Charles A. Halleck; 1900-1986, Robert Rutherford McCormick; 1880-1955, Jules Samuel LEVIN,
Hugh Mulligan
, Arnold Raymond Cream WALCOTT, Joan Blondell; 1909-1979
Boom on the Fourth
30
Business conditions
Duke unhorsed
33
king of Sweden GUSTAVUS V
Fourth of July
46
Fourth of July
U.S. colleges turn out a record class
50
Commencements
Life with mother
53
Howard Lindsay; 1889-1968, Russel Crouse; 1893-1966
Louis wins, retires
57
Joe Louis; 1914-1981, Boxing
Man-made landscapes
63
Western States (Industries)
If we should have to fight again
34
United States Air Force, Military art and science, United States (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Life visits an amateur gardener
36
Woodrow Wilson DILLARD, Vegetable gardens and gardening
Bull fiddle beauty
82
Helen PERRY