Life Magazine, July 23, 1971 - Clint Eastwood

Life Magazine, July 23, 1971 - Clint Eastwood

Life Magazine, July 9, 1971 - Winning photograph

Life Magazine, July 9, 1971 - Winning photograph

Life Magazine, July 16, 1971 - Bess Myerson

Original Life Magazine from July 16, 1971 - Bess Myerson
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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
Soviet cosmonauts killed on Soyuz 11 are buried, they died mysteriously during re-entry. Full page color Calvert whiskey ad with sad golfer looking at the ripples in the water trap. Curious full page color British Overseas Airways Corporation BOAC ad with probably a stewardess and a surf rescue team member from Australia. Tennis player Evonne Goolagong, at Wimbledon and at a disco with Colin Dibley. New stars for the Olympics, includes Pat Metzdorf, Steve Prefontaine, Lee Evans, Rod Milburn. Chile's Salvador Allende - a special kind of Marxist. Grand old resort hotels - Mackinac Island (Michigan), The Chalfonte (New Jersey), Wentworth by the sea (New Hampshire), Old Faithful Inn (Yellowstone, Wyoming), Mission Inn (California), The Homestead (Virginia), The Greenbrier (West Virginia), Poland Spring House (Maine), Windsor Hotel (New Jersey), Tampa Bay Hotel (Florida). The wooing of Wilbur Mills, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Movie). Jazz Trumpet player Louis Armstrong. High Rise Hammock in Germany, six hammocks in a vertical stack for viewing a car race at Hockenheim.
Improving on Miss America
3
Leonard McCombe; 1923-.
Consumer champion lays down the law
3
Bess Myerson, New York (N.Y.) Dept. of Consumer Affairs
What chance is reasonable in Vietnam?
4
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation, Strategy)
Gallery: David Cavagnaro photograph of a spider web and a glacial lake
8
David Cavagnaro, Nature photography
Gallery
8
David Cavagnaro photograph of a spider and a glacial lake
New stars leap toward the Olympics
34
Olympic athletes
Allende: a special kind of Marxist
38
Salvador Allende Gossens; 1908-1973, Chile (Politics and government)
Grand old resort hotels
42
Hotels, motels, etc
New Lunts? No, the original Stephenses
62
Maggie SMITH, Robert STEPHENS
Parting shots: a marine who could handle the tank
69
John R. CHAISSON, United States Marine Corps
Firing line goes public
11
William F. Buckley (American magazine editor, columnist and novelist.); 1925-2008, Television program reviews
Murphy's war
14
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Three Soviet heroes
30
Astronauts
Parting shots: a political charmer in Dixie diapers
69
Strom Thurmond; 1902-., South Carolina (Politics and government)
Parting shots: Satchmo, the greatest of all, is gone
70
Louis Armstrong (American trumpet player.); 1900-1971