Life Magazine, June 21, 1937 - Woman Kissing Column

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Life Magazine, June 7, 1937 - College Days

Life Magazine, June 7, 1937 - College Days

Life Magazine, June 14, 1937 - U.S. Senator Lewis

Original Life Magazine from June 14, 1937 - U.S. Senator Lewis
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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
Full page Studebaker ad with the Morlok quadruplet sisters of Lansing, Michigan. Mass baptism at Immanuel Temple, Los Angeles - Reverend Alton Earl Lee. Feature on the U.S. Senate. American Medical Association makes a movie to fight syphilis. U.S. Steel Corp fights the CIO with airplanes and police, including bi-wing planes at Warren, Ohio. Chicago Memorial day riot. Kentucky Frontier Nurses, including lots of photos. Nine-lens aerial camera - aerial views of Washington D. C. Cute full page color Coca-cola ad with boy scout jamboree theme. Movie of the week : "Parnell" with Clark Gable. Viennese Ball at Boston's Hotel Somerset, including Mary Cootes, Ethel du Pont. The popular Dachshund dog, Dachshunde. Washington Spelling bee, including Waneeta Beckley, Anthony Scheidler, Frank L. White. The seascapes of Frederick J. Waugh. Extraordinarily cute full page color Beech-nut gun ad with circus performers, clown and strong man. The Bach choir of Bethloehem, including photos of members in their everyday life such as Steve Rashevich (baker), Naomi Houser (nurse), Albert C. Buss (hokey pokey man). Hot air Balloon fire - Professor Piccard's $35,000 stratosphere balloon burns. Frederick B. Snite, Jr. travels from China to Chicago in an Iron lung, infantile paralysis. Two page ad for B.V.D. swimsuits, lots of suits shown. Photos of Missouri's last public hanging, Roscoe (Red) Jackson. Bicycle train - Haven & Hartford railroad.

COVER : U.S. SENATOR LEWIS

IMMANUEL TEMPLE, L.A., MASS BAPTISM 

STEEL STRIKERS 

RURAL NURSING IN KENTUCKY, A PHOTO-JOURNAL 

MOVIE: 'PARNELL' CLARK GABLE, MYRNA LOY 

AKC DACHSHUND 

ARTIST FREDERICK J. WAUGH 

PARIS EXPO 

BICYCLISTS: N.Y.N.H.&H. RAILROAD 'BICYCLE TRAIN'