Life Magazine, June 30, 1952 - Nancy Kefauver

Life Magazine, June 30, 1952 - Nancy Kefauver

Life Magazine, June 2, 1952 - Party clothes, fashion

Life Magazine, June 2, 1952 - Party clothes, fashion

Life Magazine, June 23, 1952 - Mail-order fashions

Original Life Magazine from June 23, 1952 - Mail-order fashions
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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
Lovely full page color Lustre-Creme shampoo ad with the lovelier Lana Turner. A letter and photo to the editor mentions the Alcock and Brown transatlantic flight (See LIFE June 2, 1952) that end in a crash landing in an Irish bog. Students draw pictures of their 300 pound teacher. Full page color Western Electric ad with national defense theme, two women working on control board, one for weapons, one for telephones. North Korean prison Koje is retaken by US soldiers. Nice Taft steamroller cartoons, including one by Fred O. Seibel. Fun story about Myrtel Beach, South Carolina and funny laws, includes policeman Charles Edmonson in a swimming suit. Nice full page color Kodak film ad with Maine Lobsterman. Julius Boros wins the US Open. Kenneth Sills retires from Bowdoin College, Maine. Regina Pacis Votive Shrine gets it's stolen jewels back. Mrs. Jason Westerfield collects antique fabrics and uses them to reproduce new cloth. Interesting series of photos from a boxing match, Hans Stretz, Peter Muller, referee knocked out. Chart that is career guide for future college students. Full page color ad for 1952 Cadillac with jewels from Laykin. Mickey Spillane sells millions of novels about sex and slaughter. Lincoln Land - Hodgenville, Kentucky birthplace. Jenny Hecht stars in Women of Sin. Another odd full page color S and W, S&W juices ad with art by Kapralik. Feature on Japanese artists. Full page color Old Forester whisky ad with art by John Howard. Full page color Robt. Burns cigarillo ad with the Flynns, art by Russell Gale.
Speaking of pictures
14
Eva GRONINGER, Children's art
1912 overture to 1952
21
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Robert A. Taft; 1917-1993, Presidential campaigns (1912, 1952)
Silent crisis in the Near East
28
Arab countries, United States (Foreign relations, Arab countries)
Koje is blasted, subdued
30
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Prisoners and prisons)
Into bathing suit or jail
32
Myrtle Beach (S.C.)
Vogue of the ragpicker
58
Textile fabrics
But where's Queensberry when the ref goes down?
63
Boxing
All-day wardrobe for $21.22
71
Clothing and dress, Mail order business
Death's fair-haired boy
79
Mickey Spillane (American mystery novelist.); 1918-2006, Detective and mystery stories
Japan goes abstract
98
Art, Japanese, Artists, Japanese
U.S. pleads for military steel
34
Strikes (Steel workers)
Mandrake hexes heat and Hogan
39
Julius Boros; 1920-1994, Golf
Bowdoin bow-out
45
Kenneth Charles Morton SILLS, Bowdoin College
Joyous parish
54
Theft, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Crime)
Career guide for future college students
56
Occupations
Lincoln land
104
Abraham Lincoln (American president.); 1809-1865
Fishing pig
115
Swine
Debut of a sinner
121
Jenny HECHT
Actors and sin
121
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life goes to a Meet the press garden party
127
Martha Rountree; 1911-1999, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)