Life Magazine, March 10, 1952 - Brandon de Wilde

Life Magazine, March 10, 1952 - Brandon de Wilde

Life Magazine, February 18, 1952 - Queen Elizabeth II

Life Magazine, February 18, 1952 - Queen Elizabeth II

Life Magazine, March 3, 1952 - Patrice Munsel

Original Life Magazine from March 3, 1952 - Patrice Munsel
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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
Neat robot-like statues made of nuts, bolts, screws and such by Dr. Bernie Cooper. Nice full page color Lustre-Creme shampoo ad with June Allyson. Chicago finally gets tired of the mob. Tuberculosis research, including photos of Fred Berg, Sea View Hospital patients dance, Hilda Carrion, more. Norway holds first Winter Olympics including photos of Stein Ericksen skiing (and almost crashing), Andrea Mead Lawrence skiing, Hjalmar Andersen skating, bobsledders Kuhn and Hamann (back in the days when beer-drinking was considered training for bob sled), more. The ship Fort Mercer sinks near Cape Cod and men are rescued. Willie Sutton crime career is over, he was a bank robber with the nickname "The Actor." . Destroyer Ernest G. Small sails 300 miles backward. Queen Elizabeth's visit to Kenya. People of Chile build a modern nation photos by Eliot Elisofon. De Givenchy - a new name in Paris fashion. Rudolf Bing - opens Metropolitan Opera with Rigoletto. Full page Havoline motor oil ad with great art of horse steeplechase race, falling horse. Emlyn Williams impersonates Charles Dickens. Photos of the destroyer ship U.S.S. ERnest G. Small that had her bow blown off, sailed backwards to port. Color photo essay on Chile, the country. Jewel thieves strike it rich in New York by Herbert Brean. Rural Pastor brings church to people in New Hampshire - Rev. George T. Duke. Back page Coca-cola ad featuring a nurse. Excellent full page Lockheed Aircraft Corporation ad with jet pilot and trainee pilot.
Speaking of pictures, sculpture of nuts, bolts, screws and gears
6
Bernard H. COOPER, Sculpture
Chicago finally gets het up
14
Charles GROSS, Chicago (Ill.) (Crime, Politics and government)
Byrd budget
19
Harry Flood Byrd (American senator.); 1887-1966, BudgetUnited States
Shengs and democracy
19
Sing SHENG, United States (Race relations)
Tb milestone
20
Tuberculosis (Therapy)
Loyal subjects of Her Majesty
45
Africa (Indigenous peoples)
Dental sand blaster
47
Dental equipment
Yankee Chile
50
Chileans, Chile
De Givenchy, a new name in Paris
61
Hubert de Givenchy, Bettina GRAZIANI, Fashion, Designers
Bing shifts into high
66
Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.), Opera
Kefauver makes his pitch in New Hampshire
28
Estes Kefauver; 1903-1963, Presidential candidates (1952)
Long Long rule comes to an end
33
Robert Floyd Kennon; 1902-1988, Earl K. Long, Louisiana (Politics and government)
Curtains for the actor
36
William Francis SUTTON, Crime and criminals
Destroyer sails backward to find a new bow
41
Warships
Meet Mr Dickens
77
Emlyn Williams; 1905-1987, Literary readings
Icemen strike it rich on the gold coast
82
Burglary and burglars, Theft
Life tours with a New Hampshire missionary
96
George T. DUKE, Rural churches