Life Magazine, August 2, 1954 - Summer show biz

Life Magazine, August 2, 1954 - Summer show biz

Life Magazine, June 14, 1954 - California look, fashion

Life Magazine, June 14, 1954 - California look, fashion

Life Magazine, July 26, 1954 - Lawyer Joseph Welch

Original Life Magazine from July 26, 1954 - Lawyer Joseph Welch
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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
Another awesome full page color Texaco fire chief gasoline ad with five Dalmatian pups on water ski board. Great color reproductions of 1880's cigaret cards with sexy ladies. Short letter and photo pertaining to runners Chataway and Freddie Green. Kinderlift - 1,500 children, U.S. Air Force moved them out of West Berlin for a vacation from the tension. Army Signal Corps develops a huge camera that can see for 25 miles, even through mist and haze. The flood of the Danube river in Europe. Reginald Marsh's last sketches for LIFE before his death. Handsome two page color Lincoln ad with mint green convertible car, Lincoln Capri. The movie "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers." Full page color United States Brewers Foundation beer ad with art by Douglass Crockwell, # 97. Class of new conductors, Houston Youth Symphony, with Howard Webb, Forest J. Peterson, Sandra Trevilion, Vonnabeth Redmon, Lester Pogue, others. Flight from an exploding fireworks factory, Chestertown, Maryland. Forced draft diplomacy. Sean O-Casey - photo essay. Full page color Pepsi-Cola ad with art by Buckham. Things you can buy at the "Five and Dime" with prices. Boxer Thomas Jackson of Rockaway Beach, New York. Lawyer Joseph N. Welch, Army's counsel, tells his impression of the lessons and more of the McCarthy hearings. Wire wear - fashion. Charming and funny photo of three daughters of Martin Nudelman, Ozone Park, Long Island.
Speaking of pictures
2
Advertising cards, Cigarettes (Advertising)
Kinderlift, an act of kindness
15
United States Air Force (Forces in Europe), Children (Germany (West))
Expert rating of McCarthy
20
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Anti-Communist movements (History)
Chord of a choir
20
Radio broadcasting (Music)
Flight from an exploding fireworks factory
21
Explosions, CHESTERTOWN, Maryland
Moon's shadow aids science
40
Solar eclipses
Artist's last sketches
47
Reginald Marsh; 1898-1954
Seven brides for seven brothers
53
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Class of budding batoneers in Houston
63
Conductors (Music)
World of Sean O'Casey
68
Sean O'Casey; 1880-1964, Dublin (Ireland) (Description and travel)
Overheated Midwest blisters and bakes
22
Hot weather, Middle Western States
New distant look for the army
24
Cameras
Forced-draft diplomacy to beat deadline
29
Diplomats
Docile Danube on a rampage
32
Floods (Europe), Danube River
New face among the governors
35
Robert Baumle Meyner; 1908-1990, Governors (Conferences)
Good design at the five-and-dime
83
Industrial design, Household furnishings
Young Hurricane that blew out
89
Hurricane Jackson JACKSON
Lawyer's afterthoughts
96
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Army-McCarthy controversy, 1954
Wire wear
110
Hats, Wire
Ball in a queen's play town, at Versailles
114
Balls (Parties)