Life Magazine, July 23, 1965 - Adlai Stevenson

Life Magazine, July 23, 1965 - Adlai Stevenson

Life Magazine, July 9, 1965 - Yachting on the Riviera

Life Magazine, July 9, 1965 - Yachting on the Riviera

Life Magazine, July 16, 1965 - John F. Kennedy

Original Life Magazine from July 16, 1965 - John F. Kennedy
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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
A Thousand days - start of a series by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., many family and work photos. Full page single color Schlitz ad, "We have our head examined every month." Monsignor Stadtmiller is forcibly removed from Isleta Pueblo after antagonizing his native parishioners one too many times. Agent 008 - where are you? Singapore's Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, "brilliant, but a bit of a thug". Pop Art collectors at home with their treasures. Ford Lotus car, built like a fine watch, photo of driver Jim Clark of Scotland, winner of Indianapolis 500, in car, two page photo, "exploded view" of the car's parts. Corny films about surfing, beach life and the joys of being young. Ancient ills in clay, tiny clay figures by ancient sculptors of Mexico and South America may have been put in tombs to record cause of death. Ideas in Houses - Gerald Nickoll's in Milwaukee. Edison Electric Institute ad features the Kenneth and Marilyn White family of Oklahoma City. Charming full page color Honda motorcycle ad with very small cycle, father and son, giraffes in the background.
Schlesinger and John F. Kennedy
5
Arthur M. Schlesinger (American historian.); 1917-2007
What poverty war is about
6
United States Office of Economic Opportunity, Anti-poverty Program, 1964-1969
25th amendment, we hope: replacing a disabled president
6
Presidents (Succession), Vice-presidents
25th amendment, we hope
6
United States. Constitution
5:29 a.m. and the world was changed forever
14
Atomic bombs, Nuclear weapons (Testing)
Thousand days
28
Brilliant, but a bit of a thug
43
Kuan Yew Lee, Singapore (Politics and government)
You bought it now live with it
56
Art (Collectors and collecting), Art, Modern
Author's view on how Johnson was chosen
68
Lyndon Baines Johnson; 1908-1973, Vice-presidents
Super-car built like a fine watch
72
Automobiles, Racing
How to cook without baloney
21
Edwin O'Connor (American novelist and short story writer.); 1918-1968
Sandpiper
22
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Agent 008, where are you?
27
Spy stories
First close portrait of John Kennedy
28
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963
Airplane without wings
78
Jim Clark; 1936-1968
Peekaboo sex, or How to fill a drive-in
81
Samuel Z. Arkoff; 1918-2001, James Hartford NICHOLSON, Motion picture industry
For adults only
90
Houses (Wisconsin)
Ancient ills in clay
99
Indians of South America (Antiquities), Medicine in art, Sculpture, Primitive