Life Magazine, June 19, 1970 - Dennis Hopper

Life Magazine, June 19, 1970 - Dennis Hopper

Life Magazine, May 22, 1970 - Composite: Our Forgotten Wounded

Life Magazine, May 22, 1970 - Composite: Our Forgotten Wounded

Life Magazine, June 12, 1970 - Palestinian training camp for kids

Original Life Magazine from June 12, 1970 - Palestinian training camp for kids
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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.
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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
Palestinian Arabs : new pride and unity, pages of nice color photos. Full page Mutual of New York MONY Life Insurance with art by Willard Mullin. Gorgeous nature photos by Brett Weston of Mono Lake with snow and yucca with dew. General Telephone & Electronics does a great job with this two page color Fluorescent lights ad with Frankenstein. Dr. Kleinman writes a lengthy and vehement protest letter pertaining to the Neglect of Veterans article in LIFE May 22, 1970 - more on same. Changing careers in middle age, with photos of : Jack Fuller; Martin Ahrens; Mike Mitchell; Larry Rogers; Iver Brook. Cleaning up the Hackensack : a Girl Scout troop fights to beautify a river, just like the river clean-up day we have in Salida every year, lots of muddy photos of happy people, Betty Miller, Nancy Lippincott, Jay Newell. Buck Henry writes about filming the famous movie "Catch-22". Jensenism - psychologist Arthur Jensen argues that blacks are born with lower IQs than whites and stirs up a continuing sociological furor. Battle-trained corpsmen use their skills at home in the new MEDEX program in the state of Washington. Furniture-maker George Nakashima creates beauty out of wood. Men changing careers include jack Fuller (teaching in point Hope, Alaska), Iver Brook (ecology), Mike Mitchell (inn owner), Larry Rogers (receiving dock), Martin Ahrens (painter).
Scouting both sides of an angry border
3
Pierre Boulat; d. 1998, Peter YOUNG, Israel-Arab conflicts (Press coverage, 1967-1973)
Campus confronts the capital
4
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Protest movements), Public officers
Gallery
8
Brett Weston's dramatic abstracts
Gimmick for boxing: Caucasian charisma
12
Marcel Cerdan, Frankie DEPAULA, Jerry Quarry; 1945-1999
Life sports review
12
Frantic filming of a crazy classic
44
Mike Nichols, Motion picture production and direction
Diary of planes, pilots and pratfalls
46
Buck Henry; 1930-.
Changing careers: five Americans begin again in their middle years
50
Job satisfaction, Middle age, Occupations
Once a medic, now a medex
67
Ronald GRAVES, Health workers
Jesse James legend
72
Jesse James; 1847-1882, Rudy TURILLI, Brigands and robbers
New hope for the dull: the Encounter group
16
Group relations training
Strip
30
Gaza Strip
Leader of the fedayeen: we want a war like the Vietnam war
32
Palestine Liberation Organization
Scout power tidies the Hackensack
37
Girl Scouts of the United States of America, Water pollution, Hackensack River (N.Y. and N.J.)
Nakashima, the craftsman
74
George Nakashima; 1905-1990, Woodworking
Meditations on trees and the life of the spirit
78
George Nakashima; 1905-1990
Parting shots
81
Raphael PAVIA, Robberies and assaults, Mafia, Prisoners