Life Magazine, July 15, 1940 - Rita Hayworth

Life Magazine, July 15, 1940 - Rita Hayworth

Life Magazine, July 1, 1940 - Red Cross meeting

Life Magazine, July 1, 1940 - Red Cross meeting

Life Magazine, July 8, 1940 - Admiral Stark

Original Life Magazine from July 8, 1940 - Admiral Stark
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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
Revolutionary battlefields mark our fight for freedom, Fort Ticonderoga, Brandywine, Saratoga, Monmouth, Morristown, Yorktown. Aerial photos of New York City. US aviation gets 318 new mechanics as graduates of Manhattan High School of Aviation Trades. German troops enter Paris. Collapse of France. Debutantes are previewed as "Little Season" gets underway. Photo essay - Republication convention. Admiral Byrd's Antarctic expedition finds 900 miles of new coastline, super excellent photos, maps of various routes, Marguerite Bay, cruiser "North Star", dog camp, and color art. Sargent College girls learn how to improve health of nation, includes silhouettograph. Alfred Vanderbilt's Belmont makes horse racing popular. Mary Lyman gets university degree, great article with photos on a new graduate. Powdered blood serum solves problem of Battlefield surgeons. Roller-skate dancing starts Bloomers fad. A party at Robert Ripley's. Color ad for Prem (a canned ham).
New York from four miles up
6
New York (N.Y.) (Maps)
American independence
11
Battlefields, United States (History, Revolution, 1775-1783)
People cry for Willkie and get him
20
Wendell Lewis Willkie; 1892-1944
Germans marched into a dead Paris
22
World War, 1939-1945 (France), Paris (France) (History, German occupation, 1940-1945)
France collapsed from internal decay
23
World War, 1939-1945 (France), France (Politics and government)
Alfred Vanderbilt's Belmont makes horse racing popular
44
Alfred Gwynne VANDERBILT (jr), Horse racing
One of America's 165,000 graduates gets her degree cum laude at U.S.C.
49
Mary Hiett LYMAN
Keep off the grass
52
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Powdered blood serum solves old problem of battlefield surgeons
56
Blood (Transfusion), Serums
Republican convention
61
Wendell Lewis Willkie; 1892-1944, Republican national conventions
Expedition to the Antarctic
27
Byrd Antarctic Expedition
Artist accompanies expedition to paint scenes of Antarctic
30
Leland Curtis; 1897-1989
At Sargent college, girls learn how to improve the health of the nation
34
Women (Physical fitness), SARGENT college of physical education
Roller-skate dancing starts a bloomers fad
68
Roller skating
Defense of America
70
Sea power, United States (Defenses), America (Defenses)
Bob (believe it or not) Ripley entertains some of his oddities
78
Robert Le Roy Ripley; 1893-1949