Life Magazine, August 9, 1954 - Cowboy and son

Life Magazine, August 9, 1954 - Cowboy and son

Life Magazine, July 12, 1954 - Pier Angeli

Life Magazine, July 12, 1954 - Pier Angeli

Life Magazine, July 19, 1954 - Eva Marie Saint

Original Life Magazine from July 19, 1954 - Eva Marie Saint
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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
Cool full page color ad for the Anscoflex camera and flash. Uranium in west, a story about mining, stocks (Salt Lake Stock Exchange), stock certificates, more - photos include Don Hancock on Calamity Mesa in Colorado, Monticello Utah, and more. Photo - Death of jockey Vernon Smith at horse race at Rockingham Park, in Salem, New Hampshire. Vietminh in cease-fire talk with the French. Radar picket plane the "Pregnant Goose.". Fossil skeleton of a 6 foot fish within a 14 foot fish, Portheus, Quinter, Kansas, Walter Sorenson, George Sternberg. More on the mysterious death of Montgomery Ward Thorne (see LIFE July 5, 1954). Drought story includes cute photo of Tommy and Jon Gull of Dorado, Kansas. Cute full page color Jell-o ad with pink flamingo. The Moulin Rouge club in Hollywood. The movie "On the Waterfront" with Marlong Brando. Full page color Kellogg's Corn Flakes cereal ad with a girl in pink by Norman Rockwell (she appeared on cereal boxes). Flying cars (a carnival ride) at Riverview Park in Chicago. Wedding of a diplomat's three daughters. Full page color Atlas Tires ad with T.Y. Arseneau on the Alaska highway, art by Robert Moore. Dune buggies, called Dune bugs, Imperial Valley near Yuma, Arizona. Ivory soap jubilee celebration. A new haircut for women called the Feminine Butch. New York's Thruway, latest of the superhighways. Premier Mendes-France. Three daughters of a diplomat wed on same day, Amparo, Victoria and Luzmila Fernandex-Concha. Unusual photo of tennis player Kurt Nielsen. Full page color Herbert Tareyton cigarette ad with Sarah Halsey Pell, Mrs. William H. Pell.
Speaking of pictures, skeletons of a fish within a fish
6
Fish, Fossil
Uranium makes a wilder West
12
Prospecting, Stocks, Uranium mines and mining
Lions are in the streets
16
Associations, institutions, etc, Conferences
Texas treatment for long-winded politicians
17
Political campaigns
Shadowy foe in the flesh
18
Indochinese War, 1946-1954 (Peace and mediation)
Radar picket plane
37
Airplanes (Tracking), Airplanes, Military
From soup to legs for $6.18
42
Nightclubs
Love and gore on the docks
45
Marlon Brando; 1924-., Eva Marie Saint; 1924-.
On the waterfront
45
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Desert's dune bugs
53
Automobiles, Imperial Valley (Calif. and Mexico)
Tragic tumble at the track, Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H.
20
Vernon Smith; 1942-., Horse racing, Sports (Accidents and injuries)
Women in the will produce histrionics at the inquest
22
Maureen RAGEN, Montgomery Ward THORNE, Marion THORNE
In peace, a bitter aftertaste
24
Communism (Guatemala), Guatemala (Politics and government)
After a year without rain
26
Droughts
Tops in energy
31
Marcel SCHEIN, Particles (Nuclear physics)
Riding the roaring drum
35
Amusement park rides
Greener salads
57
Salads, Greens, Edible
Jubilee for a soap
64
Procter & Gamble Co, Soap
Feminine butch haircut
68
Hairstyling
Long, long road
75
Express highways, Roads (New York (State))
For immobilized France the man of change
84
Pierre Mendes-France; 1907-1982, France (Foreign relations, Politics and government)
Wedding of a diplomat's three daughters
96
German FERNANDEZ-CONCHA, Weddings