Life Magazine, July 31, 1964 - Olympic diver
Original Life Magazine from July 31, 1964 - Olympic diver
|Excellent Condition (2 Available)|
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.
|Mint Condition (1 Available)|
|Good Condition (6 Available)|
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
The grace of our Olympic girls - shooting for a place on the olympic team, ReNae Bair, Jo Ann Grissom, Mary Ward Mairs, Marie Walther, Donna de Varona, more. Full page color Shasta soda ad, ten good reasons to drink low-calorie Shasta. Vernon family's other Mona Lisa. Harlem riots after shooting of 15-year-old James Powell by police lieutenant Thomas Gilligan. Sam Sheppard case reopened - he leaves prison and takes a bride. Sellers' last role - almost - "I was dying." Living brain neurosurgery, a disembodied monkey brain kept alive with blood supply fed through plastic tubes, Dr. Javier Verdura, Dr. Robert White. Dr. Ralph Shugart - pediatrician in Littleton, Colorado, great pictures of reluctant patients. Wyoming's Ben Ruff, on the road dress seller. The "Big Money Writers," Harold Robbins, Irving Wallace, Leon Uris, more. Back cover light-hearted Coke ad, one woman in red bathing suite and three young men offering her drinks. 1.0
Conservation of resources
Economic assistance, Domestic, Poor
New York World's Fair (1964-1965) (Architecture)
Vincent Joseph Scully; 1920-.
Leonardo (da Vinci); 1452-1519
Peter Sellers; 1925-1980
Shana Alexander (American journalist.)
Women Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1964 (Tokyo, Japan)
Harlem (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Riots)
Irving Wallace; 1916-1990, Authors, Motion picture adaptations