Life Magazine, June 29, 1959 - Zsa Zsa and ghostwriter

Life Magazine, June 29, 1959 - Zsa Zsa and ghostwriter

Life Magazine, June 8, 1959 - The Nun's Story

Life Magazine, June 8, 1959 - The Nun's Story

Life Magazine, June 15, 1959 - Able and Baker, monkeys

Original Life Magazine from June 15, 1959 - Able and Baker, monkeys
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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
The rhesus monkey Able died after flight from a complication from anesthetic, Dr. Thomas R.A. Davis even tried artificial resuscitation to save her, no luck. More studies toward having a man in space. Governor Earl K. Long of Louisiana really does crack up, goes to psychiatrist. Very pretty two page color Revlon ad for Pink'issimo, in Venice. Humorous photo of lots of very long-haired women with nearly bald photographer, includes Mary Parkhurst of Dallas. Photo essay - A great American family - the Evans of Denver - descendants of notable Colorado pioneer, Doctor John Evans, who was appointed as governor of Colorado territory in 1862. Cool two page color Eastman Kodak ad with 7 different cameras and projectors. Full page color Smirnoff Vodka d with Eva Gabor. Strange new sailboat named "Go" built by Lowell Christman. The folk opera "Porgy and Bess." Close-up - Bonn's busy storm center, West Germany's Economics Minister Ludwig Erhard, finds himself in hassle with Adenauer. Great series of photos of babies (human and animal) and their responses to crawling over a suspended sheet of glass. Stick-on jewelry. Hey! Which Way to the Finish? - Dick Shenden and Harrison Baker pass each other going in different directions during a 480-yard shuttle hurdle race.
Able's dramatic death and new U.S. advances in march to space
20
Animal experimentation, Monkeys, Space flight (Physiological aspects)
Portrait of Earl Long at peak of crack-up
32
Earl K. Long, Louisiana (Politics and government)
Panoply, personalities and progress of a dynasty
34
Huey Pierce Long (American senator and governor.); 1893-1935
Earl Long crack-up
36
Earl K. Long
Wheat and egg folly
38
Surplus products, Agricultural
Porgy and Bess
70
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Dubbing in the voices, also a big production
79
Robert MCFERRIN, Adele Addison; 1925-., Motion picture sound recording
Tots' tests over glass
88
Child psychology, Spatial perception
Bonn's busy storm center
95
Konrad Adenauer; 1876-1967, Ludwig Erhard; 1897-1977, Germany (West) (Politics and government)
Great family: Evans of Denver
103
Evans family, Denver (Colo.)
Is it hot enough for Kant?
38
Weather (Mental and physiological effects)
Challenge for the free press
38
Freedom of the press, Newspapers (Turkey)
Texan bosses Russians
51
American National Exhibition (Moscow, Russia: 1959), Labor (Soviet Union)
Strange shape for a sailboat
59
Sailboats
To praise a man
65
Paean for a poet by a poet
65
Robert Frost; 1874-1963
Singer and song writer
114
Carol Burnett, Mary Rodgers; 1931-.
Big British win for a young Yank
119
Deane Beman, Golf
Why nobody can save any money
120
Consumption (Economics), Personal finance, Saving and savings
Fad for stuck-up jewelry
134
Jewelry
Shadowy pursuit becomes a Paris pastime
137
Competitions