Life Magazine, July 15, 1966 - Young black militants

Life Magazine, July 15, 1966 - Young black militants

Life Magazine, July 1, 1966 - Moonscape

Life Magazine, July 1, 1966 - Moonscape

Life Magazine, July 8, 1966 - Actress Claudia Cardinale

Original Life Magazine from July 8, 1966 - Actress Claudia Cardinale
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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
Whenever you need a lift, get your hair done, full page Clairol ad suggests a new 'do will send you flying! De Gaulle demands that NATO leave French soil and tours Russia. Close-up of Frances Knight, "Ogress" of the US Passport Office. Part II of profile on state of Texas opens with big photo of the smiling Rangerette drill team from Kilgore college, and a funny little picture of pianist Van Cliburn conducting ducks. Profile of Hank Bauer, tough manager of the Baltimore Orioles, and their quest to win the pennant. Captain William Carpenter calls for an air strike down on himself and his men during battle in Vietnam and is recommended for the Medal of Honor. Cute photo of an elephant beating out a mouse by the nose for a morsel of food. Full page color ad narrates the daring-do of a man who uses Vaseline Hair Tonic. 1.0
Miserable night, par for the course
3
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Press coverage)
How to succeed in selling savings bonds
4
Government securities, Government employees
Despite de Gaulle NATO is still needed
4
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Blue Max
8
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Whatever happened to 40-love?
10
Tennis
De Gaulle sets forth to change the face of Europe
18
Charles de Gaulle; 1890-1970, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Europe (Politics and government), France (Foreign relations)
Frances Knight, ogress of the passport office
31
Frances G. Knight; 1905-1999
Texas trademark: flair for the flamboyant
34
Texans, Texas
She'd rather lose money than be a cliche
52
Claudia Cardinale; 1939-.
Young commander went looking for trouble
60
William S. Carpenter, United States Army (Forces in Vietnam), Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Campaigns and battles, Personal narratives)
It's the idea that offends
17
Public officers (Appointment, qualifications, etc), California (Politics and government)
Walk-in portrait of a gene at work
70
Will Burtin; 1908-1972, Biological models