Life Magazine, July 29, 1966 - Nurse Murderer's fingerprints

Life Magazine, July 29, 1966 - Nurse Murderer's fingerprints

Life Magazine, July 15, 1966 - Young black militants

Life Magazine, July 15, 1966 - Young black militants

Life Magazine, July 22, 1966 - Birth, newborn baby

Original Life Magazine from July 22, 1966 - Birth, newborn baby
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Excellent Condition (11 Available)
$23.95
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.
Good Condition (10 Available)
$18.95
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
Inside cover, multi-page foldout ad for Clairol haircolor. Movie review of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". Two unrelated Communist spy plots to infiltrate two government departments revealed. Interview of accused spy retired Army Lt. Colonel William Henry Whalen. Close-up of actor Alan Arkin. French free diver, Jacques Mayol, reaches a record depth of 198 feet. Photo of a coelacanth - the oldest known living vertebrate and first specimen ever to be photographed alive. Death and suspense on an alpine cable car, cableway over Geant Glacier in the French Alps breaks, killing a passenger and a skier below. Profile of poet James Dickey. Centerfold color I. W. Harper Bourbon ad includes flags of the 45 (out of 110) countries where the liquor is enjoyed. Bold and colorful full page Martex Towel ad, model wearing several bright towels around her head.
Interviewing an accused spy
3
Susanna MCBEE

Black power must be defined
4
Blacks (Civil rights)

Challenge of the travel boom
4
Tourist trade

Forty years of Hawk's mighty honk
8
Coleman Hawkins, Phonograph records (Jazz music)

Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?
8
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

On the lookout for Lurleen
19
Lurleen Wallace; 1926-1968

Red hot week for the spy business
20
Frank John MRKVA, William Henry WHALEN, Spies

Bizarre account of what Whalen says he did
24
William Henry WHALEN

Death and suspense on an Alpine cable
28
Cableways

Alan Arkin is coming
33
Alan Arkin (American actor.); 1934-

How far down can he go?
41
Jacques Mayol, Diving, Submarine

Woman on her way to a miracle
48
Childbirth, Pregnancy

Unlikeliest poet
48
James Dickey

Portrait of a living fossil
64
Jacques STEVENS, Coelacanths, Fish (Photographs)

Listening to foxhounds
70
James Dickey

Bright summer of turned-on furniture
86
Outdoor furniture

Saratoga on a new track
89
Saratoga Performing Arts Center