Life Magazine, June 22, 1962 - Marilyn Monroe skinny dips

Life Magazine, June 22, 1962 - Marilyn Monroe skinny dips

Life Magazine, June 8, 1962 - Stock Market jolt

Life Magazine, June 8, 1962 - Stock Market jolt

Life Magazine, June 15, 1962 - Natalie Wood

Original Life Magazine from June 15, 1962 - Natalie Wood
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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
Trying to get into the movies at Cannes, Philomene Toulouse. Atlanta : a city's time of sorrow and the enduring art legacy the Plane victims left behind - 122 members of the Atlanta Art Association killed in single crash, Helen Seydel, Sidney Weins family, William David Cogland, Doug Davis, watchman Henry T. Waters. The difficult choice of who gets into college. Arnold Palmer, relentless golf champion. A concerto for 64 pianos and piccolo at the New York Piano Festival in Rochester. Cute full page color Bell Telephone ad with toddler Betsy Bell talking on telephone. Close-up - Sarah Blanding, Vassar voice for virtue. Cute photo of Chiara Chandoha sipping crème from her kitten's dish. Many faces of Jason Robards, Jr. and actress Sandy Dennis of Nebraska. Americans in the new age of World Travel, illustration by Erdoes, many color photos of France, in the footsteps of Jefferson. Two page Firestone ad with photos of each car and driver winner of the 500 (probably Indianapolis 500?) and their winning speed. Photo of Willie Mays, returning to play baseball at Polo Grounds. Marimekko, Finnish fabric and clothing. Dice with Mice, Harolds Club in Reno. Sarah Gibson Blanding at Vassar College. Full page color Northern Tissue ad with one of the new "little girls" prints available. Atlanta plane crash story includes Betsy Bevington, who always flew separately from husband Milt bevington, Air France crash in Paris.
Hitching on to the infinite
4
Space flight (Economic aspects)
Medicare, yes, but a bad bill
4
Medicare, Social security
Cruel choice: who gets into college?
11
Colleges and universities (Admission)
Life guide
19
Camping
In stricken Atlanta, a violent end of quest for beauty
30
Atlanta Art Association, Aviation (Accidents), Atlanta (Ga.) (Art)
Touring Europe with Thomas Jefferson
64
Thomas Jefferson (American president.); 1743-1826, FranceDescription and travel, ItalyDescription and travel
Place your bets now on mice dice
78
Gambling
Lady, do you want to get in pictures?
84
Cannes Film Festival
But for Natalie no nonsense
88
Natalie Wood
Vassar voice for virtue
95
Sarah Gibson Blanding; 1898-1985, Vassar College
Those who cared for the important things
38
Ralph McGill; 1898-1969
Two who cared enough to take separate planes
40
Ronald Bailey
Thousand clowns
57
Herb Gardner; 1934-2003, Theater reviews (Single works)
Relentless man of sport
101
Arnold Palmer; 1929-.
Something new is cooking
115
Painting, American