Life Magazine, August 8, 1960 - Nominee Nixon

Life Magazine, August 8, 1960 - Nominee Nixon

Life Magazine, June 27, 1960 - Alaska's animals, walruses

Life Magazine, June 27, 1960 - Alaska's animals, walruses

Life Magazine, July 11, 1960 - Rockefeller family

Original Life Magazine from July 11, 1960 - Rockefeller family
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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
Belgian Congo becomes independent, article includes a map of Africa with country names and status for independence - very different from today's map. Great full page color Friskies dog food ad with beagle in army helmet and dog tags. A cute series of photos of toddler Clark McCombe. Full page Walker's de Luxe whiskey ad with photo of surfing. Scandal at the Kenny Foundation. Photo essay - sharks, incl. facts swimmers should know. Another cute two page Volkswagen ad shows the current model and the oldest model (1945) - they look almost exactly the same. Photo essay - the Rockefellers. Nationwide response to the National Purpose series. Survivor of Agadir earthquake finds her rescuer, follow-up to the Morocco story, Sue Martin. Yummy looking ice cream pie with curious bouquet made with baby bottles, includes recipe - Gold Medal flour ad, full page color. Creepy two page color art of huge shark lurking in wave, art by Augustu Peck (I think), other cool shark art and photos in the article, photos of attack survivors Suzanne Theriot, Eddie Dawkins, Douglas Lawton, Albert Kogler (dying). Radio - Helen Trent goes off the air after 27 years. Alfred Hitchcock appears as phantom face in the foliage. A doctor and engineer devise artificial organs that allow mortals to function in space, Cyborg science - Nathan Kline and Manfred Clynes, art by Fred Freeman. Prisca Bunau-Varilla gives a party, daughter of the French Ambassador. Funny photo from wedding of Sandra and Sydney Leslie, with toddler Howard Kruger crawling under skirts of bride.
Father catches his child's delights
6
Children (Photographs)
Independance dance in Congo
21
Congo (Democratic Republic)
Four main tribes and pygmy pariahs
24
Congo (Democratic Republic) (Indigenous peoples)
America, the beautiful?
32
Gardens and gardening, Municipal improvement
Vital step toward world law
32
International Court of Justice
Final fiance for Helen Trent
49
Radio broadcasting (Drama)
Phantom face in the foliage
54
Alfred Hitchcock; 1899-1980
Look out for sharks
58
Sharks
Rules to follow in southern waters: from lists by Shark research panel
72
Drowning (Prevention)
Man remade to live in space
77
Space flight (Physiological aspects)
Nixon's best running mate
32
Henry Cabot Lodge; 1902-1985
Kenny fund-raising scandal
38
Marvin Lewis KLINE, Sister Elizabeth Kenny Foundation, Embezzlement
Back to scene of ordeal
43
Sue Martin, Earthquakes (Morocco), Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc
Up close to the Rockefellers
81
Rockefeller family
Nationwide response to national purpose
90
Public opinion
Party for a diplomatic protegee
103
Prisca BUNAU-VARILLA, Balls (Parties)