Life Magazine, June 22, 1942 - War-stamp bouquets, bride

Life Magazine, June 22, 1942 - War-stamp bouquets, bride

Life Magazine, June 8, 1942 - Nurse's aide

Life Magazine, June 8, 1942 - Nurse's aide

Life Magazine, June 15, 1942 - General Stilwell

Original Life Magazine from June 15, 1942 - General Stilwell
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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
Neat full page Goodrich tires ad with photo of the Burma road, which must be the most winding road in the world. Nice full page color Greyhound bus ad "Serve American Now!" Humorous little bit on how army life is good for losing fat, Angelo J. Vaglio. Another cute full page Cannon sheets ad. British bomb Germany's war industry. Photo - Australian soldiers are blown into air by accidental explosion. 1,000 men of Houston enlist to replace crew of lost cruiser. 3,000 catholic children blessed at once by Bishop in Buffalo. Full page Brewing Industry ad with fisherman. Full page Smith - Corona typewriter ad with Susan Wood of Mansfield, Ohio, and John Watts of Governors Island, New York. West point graduation. California crops rot in fields. Burma mission. Negroes at war - photo essay, negro troops, including Pentecost Daniel, Will Black, George Thompson (Nashville), Leslie Lewis, Joseph Caliban, Mel Nickerson, Moses Baker, Pacific Parachute Company, Norfolk Navy Yard, and more. Aviators farewell party with Kay Presbrey, Helen Stedman, Betty Lewis, Maurine Zollman, June McDonagh Nancy Ritscher and more. Learning dirty fighting at Fort Meade. Nurses on Bataan.
Frenchman foresaw mechanized war in 1883
12
Albert Robida; 1848-1926, Armaments, Forecasting
Bataan nurses
16
UNITED STATESArmy/Nurse corps, World War, 1939-1945 (Personal narratives, Philippines)
R.A.F. blasts at Germany's war industry
25
Great Britain Royal Air Force, World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations), Cologne (Germany)
Houston replaces Houston's losses
32
United States Navy (Recruiting, enlistment, etc), Houston (Tex.)
West Point hatches 374 new second lieutenants and helps marry off 25
34
United States Army (Officers), United States Military Academy
Portrait
44
Maurice FITZGERALD
Flame at work
52
Oxyacetyle flame
Paintings at Andover
58
Painting, American, PHILLIPS academy, Andover (Mass.)
Cagney as Cohan makes a big whiz-bang musical
64
George M. Cohan; 1878-1942
Yankee Doodle Dandy
64
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Portrait
36
Sumner Welles (American diplomat.); 1892-1961
Memorial day brings hopes of a better post-war world
36
Reconstruction (1939-1951), World War, 1939-1945 (Strategy)
Portrait
37
Harold E. Stassen
California crops rot in fields and on the vine for want of farm labor
38
Agriculture (California), Farm labor
Portrait
41
T. V. Soong; 1894-1971
Portrait
42
Darryl F. Zanuck (American motion picture producer.); 1902-1979
Portrait
42
Bette Davis; 1908-1989
Portrait
44
Evelyn J. W. CASOLA
10,000 sub-debs do hard useful war work as juniors in AWVS.
73
Betty VAN RENSSELAER, AMERICAN Women's Voluntary Services
Negroes at war
83
UNITED STATESArmy/Negro troops
Lots more Negroes are needed in war plants
88
Blacks (Employment), Munitions
Harlem buzzes with civilian defense tasks
90
Civil defense, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Burma mission
94
Joseph Warren Stilwell; 1883-1946, World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Myanmar, Personal narratives)
Aviator's farewell party
108
Air pilots, Entertaining
Recreation officers at Fort Meade learn dirty fighting technique
112
United States Army (Officers)