Life Magazine, June 7, 1937 - College Days
Original Life Magazine from June 7, 1937 - College Days
|Excellent Condition (5 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.
|Good Condition (4 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
College boy and girl - 1937 model - this is general feature about kids in college, a long article. Nice full page color Packard ad, no car but has nice painting of kids pretending a wedding. University of Missouri is typical for state education - another long feature. Little Doane college in Crete, Nebraska. Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with Dorothy Pynton Hill, champion high diver. Commonwealth College in Arkansas. College Presidents, includes framable full page portraits of Bryant Conant (Harvard) and James Rowland Angell (Yale). University of Virginia Campus, Charlottesville. University of Chicago campus and Rockefeller money. Observatories. Tutoring. Rockford rowing. Stephens Junior College. College leaders. College customs. Harvard Library. Some stand-out students, including Howard Bourne, Edward Lane Stanley, Lenore Alberton, Mary Fellows, Constance McClure, Gardiner Pollich, others. Pole vaulters Earle Meadows and Bill Sefton. Full page Gantner Wikies and Swim suits ad. Caps & Gown. Old Yale photos 1888, 1878, football team in 1888 and same people in 1937, more old Yale photos of teams and clubs. Scabbard and Blade pledging ceremony at University of Arizona in Tucson. Party at the Tubs in Pownal Creek above Williamstown, Massachusetts.
COVER: COLLEGE DAYS
COLLEGE BOY AND GIRL: 1937 MODEL
A JUNIOR COLLEGE: STEPHENS
TRINITY INTO DUKE