Life Magazine, June 18, 1971 - Tricia Nixon
Original Life Magazine from June 18, 1971 - Tricia Nixon
|Excellent Condition (8 Available)|
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.
|Good Condition (7 Available)|
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
White House bride. Very cool two page photo of cemetery in New York city by Arthur Tress. Half page Jim Beam whiskey ad with Orson Welles and his daughter, Rebecca Welles Moede. A predictable number of letters to the editor pertaining to the Black and White dating piece in LIFE May 28, 1971. East Pakistani refugee disaster, Bangladesh - this article reports that the "Short-lived state of Bangla Desh was dead.," Cholera, Krishnanagar. Left-hander Vida Blue is the most exciting baseball player in years. The big military mess, cold war. Italian government attempts to maroon a collection of Mafiosi on two little islands and nobody is happy. Upwardly mobile home - Mobile Americana corp. - Stacked mobile homes (like a parking deck) near St. Paul Minnesota. Prison life of Jimmy Hoffa. Long-haired military men must wear hair nets.
Guided missiles, Soviet Union (Military policy), United States (Armed Forces, Defenses)
Pan Americanism, United States (Foreign relations, Latin America)
New York cemetery by Arthur Tress
Hal Holbrook, Television awards
Vida Blue, Baseball, Professional
Tricia Nixon Cox; 1946-., Weddings
Television program reviews
Hazel Scott (American singer and actress.); 1920-1981
Cholera, Refugees, Bangladeshi
Hairstyling, Sweden (Armed Forces)