Life Magazine, June 23, 1972 - Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Life Magazine, June 23, 1972 - Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Life Magazine, June 9, 1972 - Congresswoman Bella Abzug

Life Magazine, June 9, 1972 - Congresswoman Bella Abzug

Life Magazine, June 16, 1972 - Girl with Hula Hoop

Original Life Magazine from June 16, 1972 - Girl with Hula Hoop
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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
1950s special issue : Wacky revival of Hula Hoops, ducktails, sock hops, Marilyn Monroe look, Rock 'n' roll, Elvis himself -- plus a '50s quiz. Full page Maytag ad with Mrs. Joseph N. Shepherd of San Dimas, California and her family. Photos - Castro on a camel. Earthy preacher named Will D. Campbell moves among the Ku Klux Klan and the blacks, building bridges. Wow - the world's largest painting, a parking lot at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gene Davis and 400 gallons of paint. A special advertising sections designed to make beach time more fun, rewarding and memorable - drinks, photos, games, much more. Full page color Suzuki motorcycle ad with a little bigger bike than the other current ads, the GT750. Doug Rader - comic with a golden glove. Students take a year off before college, including Rob Bell, Susan Ritz, Amy Helling, Peter Kunhardt, Saula Ostrowsky, Robert Wentz, Sabina Mayo-Smith, Ricky Greene. Air tragedy at Transpo 72 in Washington - vertical photo of RAF's Red Arrows aerobatic flight team and ensuing plane crash. Highways with grooves to reduce accidents. Chef James Beard. A fun article about Doug RAder, baseball player Houston Astros. Great photo of Lucille Offenhiser of Fresno jumping with her frog, Ding Bat.
Scarlett O'Hara is here with the wind
3
Characters in literature
Trial by button
12
Justice, Administration of
McGovern, not Goldwater
12
George Stanley McGovern; 1922-., Presidential campaigns (1972)
Summit well climbed
12
Moscow summit conference, 1972
Emmy awards
24
Emmy Awards
Nifty fifties
38
Bill Ray, Fads, Nineteen hundred and fifties, United States (Social history)
Fighter for forgotten men
57
Will D. Campbell (American clergyman and civil rights activist.), Race relations, Southern StatesSocial conditions
Passionate pasha of food
69
James Beard; 1903-1985, Cooking
Big year off
72
Colleges and universities (Admission), High school graduates, Occupations
Doug Rader, comic with a golden glove
81
Doug Rader; 1944-.
Great Northfield, Minnesota raid
26
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Trial of the Catonsville nine
26
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Almost nobody's as classy as Sassy
27
Sarah Vaughan; 1924-1990
You have to be a maniac to be an author, says Elia Kazan, now on his fourth book
85
Elia Kazan
Skyjacker who vanished into thin air
86
D. B. Cooper (American airplane hijacker.), Airplane hijacking