Life Magazine, June 19, 1939 - USC sprinter

Life Magazine, June 19, 1939 - USC sprinter

Life Magazine, June 5, 1939 - Statue of Liberty

Life Magazine, June 5, 1939 - Statue of Liberty

Life Magazine, June 12, 1939 - Annapolis grads

Original Life Magazine from June 12, 1939 - Annapolis grads
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Excellent Condition In Stock
$29.95
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 In Stock
$20.95
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
LIFE goes to June Week at Annapolis. Indianapolis speedway, Wilbur Shaw, crash that killed Floyd Roberts. Full page Hudson car ad, "the car for outdoor people," with two guys at campfire near their car. Einstein opens Palestine pavilion at World's Fair (great little side photo of Einstein's sister with even wilder hair than his). Britain loses submarine Thetis. Major General George Can Horn Moseley thinks America should be "saved from herself," even praised some of Hitler's methods. Tibet Lamas hang giant tapestry of Buddha, nice color images. Raising of submarine Squalus. Full page color Rogers Brothers ad with actress Gail Patrick. Chungking gets worst bombing. Seven nations claim a chunk of Antarctica. The Devil and Daniel Webster. Chaim Wizmann Zionist leader. Devil's Island - photo essay of France's notorious penal colony. College boys do stunts in air meet at New Haven, Bob Dietze, Bob Silleck, Fred Borsodi, George Foote, Gordon Schall, Joe Flynn. Year's prettiest brides, Catherine Weary of Winnetka, Virginia Gorin of Denver, Adelaide Finkbine of Pasadena, Jane Muttler of Dtroit, Valeria Penrose of Detroit, Beatrice Runner of Seattle. Photos of 240-lb swordfish which rammed a boat and got stuck clear through it. Movie of the week, "Young Mr. Lincoln" starring equally young Henry Fonda. Back cover color Real silk Hosiery ad with bride descending steps.