Life Magazine, June 27, 1955 - Peak tourism, cruise ship

Life Magazine, June 27, 1955 - Peak tourism, cruise ship

Life Magazine, June 13, 1955 - Judaism

Life Magazine, June 13, 1955 - Judaism

Life Magazine, June 20, 1955 - Booming Las Vegas

Original Life Magazine from June 20, 1955 - Booming Las Vegas
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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
Las Vegas - is the boom overextended? The war on virus diseases, Salk's new goals. Another absolutely lovely full page color V-8 juice ad with art by John Hancock. Five candidates in race for governor vow to uphold segregation (!). An exiled Tunisian hero returns in triumph, Bourguiba. Horrible photo of the inferno that used to be the Swedish oil tanker Johannishus. Photo essay - New shine for the circus. A visit to the haunts of Walt Whitman, America's first great modern poet. Detroit zoo apes get modern furniture in a new $650,000 habitat. Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Ruffled cotton beachwear gives girls an old-fashioned look. New fold-away furniture makes life with baby easier. Deaf Swiss children learn to speak by "feeling" sound. Lovely full page color Santa Fe railroad ad with southwest scene, including Native American with turquoise jewelry. 35,000 diligent duffers beat pros on National Golf day, including photos of Milt Zliser, Barney Laxarus, Harold Hagey, Frank Deimel, Patty Berg, Lana Kay Roberts, Rickey Reizen, Ricky Sharpe. Gross photo of gum stuck under counter in Jim Bledsoe's drugstore in Hobart, Oklahoma. Snowless skiers beat up a building, Chicago 400 Ski Club, including Joni King, Al Marks, Gene Leon, Al Bebout and Don Dahl.
Walled-in world
12
Carmelites, Monasteries
Portrait
20
Noel Coward (English actor, dramatist and composer.)
Gambling town pushes its luck
20
Gambling, Las Vegas (Nev.)
Ominous sight
30
Tornadoes
Nuclear 1955 for D.D.E. '15
32
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Anthony Eden (Earl of Avon); 1897-1977, Nuclear energy (International aspects)
Roadside wrap-up in a rosebush
54
ROADS (Safety measures)
Modern furniture for anthropoids in Detroit zoo
59
Detroit Zoo, Monkeys
Fold-away baby gear
75
Infants (Equipment)
New shine for the circus
79
Circus
Death-defying damsels
82
Acrobats and acrobatism
Reuther's week of triumph
34
Walter Philip Reuther; 1907-1970, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
Last words on the campus
36
Commencement addresses
Goodby to fair trade
36
Price fixing
Big red rug out for Nehru
41
Jawaharlal Nehru (Indian prime minister.); 1889-1964
Angry oratory in Mississippi
44
Political campaigns, Mississippi (Politics and government)
Exiled hero's Tunis triumph
47
Habib Bourguiba; 1903-2000, Tunisia (Politics and government)
Sculptor's stone age men
87
Fritz Wotruba; 1907-1975
Touch of music for the deaf
95
Deaf (Education)
Great day for diligent duffers
101
Golf
Paths Whitman walked
113
Walt Whitman; 1819-1892
Science moves in on viruses
122
Jonas Salk; 1914-1995, Poliomyelitis (Vaccines and vaccination), Viruses
Snowless skiers beat up building
139
Wrecking, Chicago (Ill.) (Clubs)