Life Magazine, July 14, 1947 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, July 14, 1947 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, June 30, 1947 - Ancient and modern Mayan sculpture

Life Magazine, June 30, 1947 - Ancient and modern Mayan sculpture

Life Magazine, July 7, 1947 - Girl riding Merry-Go-Round

Original Life Magazine from July 7, 1947 - Girl riding Merry-Go-Round
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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
Nice full page color Mercury ad with wood-sided station wagon. Full page Philco ad, the first one I can remember with a chest Freezer, art by Robert W. Crowther. Neat full page Bell Telephone ad with workman melting scrap lead from discarded telephone cable, to make new cabling. Interesting full page Ethyl cleaner ad with a grease cutting cleaner to use on car and more. Omaha, Nebraska's dream of progress, many named photos of citizens. Full page Woodbury soap ad with Helen Hinchliffe and George W. Aufderheide, Jr. Boy gunman starts career of crime, Edwin Bancroft. Nice full page color Welch's ad with band and tuba player, art by Douglass Crockwell. "Bugsy" Siegel ends career a gangster. A ford marries a Firestone. Laurel and Hardy's old jokes pay off at new stand. Nice full page color Welch's juice and jam ad. Italy's myth of America. Photo essay - This pleasant land - 11 color pages of American spirit on the 171st "Fourth of July." Play clothes, for adults, basically casual clothes for sports and lounging. Summer comedies. Life goes on a Cape Cod holiday. Neat full page color Camels ad with strange speed motor boat racing scene and Don Whitfield.
Fourth since 1776
14
Fourth of July
American city's dream
21
Omaha (Neb.) (City planning)
Biggest dream
32
Lewis Andrew Pick; 1890-1956, Missouri Valley Authority
Fourth of July message
34
Democracy, Reconstruction (1939-1951)
American bounty
37
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Relief work)
Mayor is sent to jail
76
James Michael Curley (American mayor and governor.); 1874-1958
President has visitors
76
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
Prizefighter is killed
77
James Delaney DOYLE
Labor bill becomes law
77
Carl A. LOEFFLER, Robert A. Taft; 1917-1993
Bug gets it
78
Sir Harry Lauder; 1870-1950
This pleasant land, on the 171st anniversary of its independence
46
United States (Description and travel)
Dutch girl's reward
61
Corrie KOORT
Alexander Hamilton
64
Alexander Hamilton; 1757-1804
Alexander Hamilton
64
Arthur H. Vandenberg (American senator.); 1884-1951
Week's news is not all good
71
Crime and criminals
End of a gangster
72
Benjamin Siegel; 1914-1991
Ford-Firestone
74
Mrs William Clay Ford FIRESTONE, William Clay FORD
Perils of Pauline
81
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Bachelor and the bobby-soxer
82
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Welcome stranger
82
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Italy's myth of America
84
Immigration and emigration (Italy), Italy and the United States
Life goes on a Cape Cod holiday
96
Cape Cod (Mass.)
Spirit of '76 in a 30-foot-high fireworks display
104
Archibald M. WILLARD