Life Magazine, August 9, 1948 - Marlene Dietrich

Life Magazine, August 9, 1948 - Marlene Dietrich

Life Magazine, July 19, 1948 - Beach fun

Life Magazine, July 19, 1948 - Beach fun

Life Magazine, July 26, 1948 - Two girls learning Ballet

Original Life Magazine from July 26, 1948 - Two girls learning Ballet
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Some of the contents in this issue
Nice full page movie poster ad for “Good Sam” with Gary Cooper and Ann Sheridan. Another lovely full page color Modess ad, this one with nearly full page art by Suzanne Eisendieck. Candidate Truman comes out fighting. Author Wright Morris' book "The Home Place" - photos here from the book, of rural Nebraska including the Panama train depot. Humorous series of photos showing politicians getting make-up for television. Czech games are no fun for Reds. Four bullets hit Italy's Palmiro Togliatti, shot by Antonio Pallante. Warren's children captivate the East, Nina Elizabeth, Dorothy, Virginia and Bobby Warren. Close-up - August Clown, Ed Wynn. Photo essay - The American family in trouble, includes photos of Howard Russell family of Belleview, Missouri, Harry Frantz family (Enid, Oklahoma), Ward Parker family (Manhasset, NY), and the phenomena of divorce. Sports - “Satch” makes the majors, Leroy Paige and Cleveland Indians, baseball. Movie - “The Rope.” Art - Chicago beach. Hummingbirds in color by Roger Tory Peterson. Life visits a Children's ballet school, Ebsen Dance School in Pacific Palisades, California, including photos of Joan Castator, Bobby Barton, Mary Ann Roberts, Alex Ebsen, Trina Malmin, Chris England. Pershing dies. A single 12 inch record holds 45 minutes of music.
Speaking of pictures
8
Wright Morris; 1910-1998, Nebraska
Candidate Truman comes out fighting
15
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Democratic national conventions
Television takes over and makes political vogue for grease paint
16
Television broadcasting (News)
Democrats: their convention was dreadful, but they will survive defeat
22
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Republicans: flushed with confidence, they must beware hypocrisy
22
Republican Party (U.S.)
Black Jack Pershing dies at 87
33
John Joseph Pershing; 1860-1948
One record holds entire symphony
39
Peter Carl Goldmark; 1906-1977, Phonograph records
Warren children
42
Warren family
Satch makes the majors
49
Satchelfoot Paige PAIGE
Rope
57
Alfred Hitchcock; 1899-1980, Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Picture of the week
23
Great Britain (Royal family)
Result of earthquake
24
Earthquakes (Japan)
Out of gas
24
Preston Tucker; 1901-1956
Result of big crop
24
Wheat
Out on the town
25
Frank HENDERSON
Czech games are no fun for reds
26
SOKOL.
Four bullets hit Italy's Togliatti
28
Palmiro Togliatti; 1893-1964
Chicago beach
62
Aaron Bohrod; 1907-1992
August clown
65
Ed Wynn; 1886-1966
Hummingbirds can fly backward
78
Hummingbirds
American family in trouble
83
Divorce, Family, Social change, United States (Social conditions)
Future of the family is a matter of serious debate
96
Joseph Kirk FOLSOM, Carle Clark ZIMMERMAN
Lincoln's lady strategist
101
Anna Ella Carroll; 1815-1894, United States (History, Civil War, 1861-1865)
Children's ballet school, Ebsen dance school in Pacific Palisades, Calif
106
Ballet, Dance schools