Life Magazine, March 10, 1972 - Marlon Brando

Life Magazine, March 10, 1972 - Marlon Brando

Life Magazine, February 25, 1972 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, February 25, 1972 - Elizabeth Taylor

Life Magazine, March 3, 1972 - Mao Tse-tung

Original Life Magazine from March 3, 1972 - Mao Tse-tung
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$19.95
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 In Stock
$13.95
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.
Nixon's great leap into China
3
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994 (Visit to China, 1972), John Dominis; 1921-.
Run, listen, run, take notes, curse TV, run
3
Hugh Sidey
President wrapped in an onigma
12
Hugh Sidey
Hot rock
14
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Long day a nightmare
14
Television broadcasting
Decline and fall of the Mafia
42
Mafia
Barnstorming bard
47
Richard Bach; 1936-.
What's new? 10-year-old fashions
50
John SCHER, Fashion designers
Report
52
Tampa's turning in its pushers
100 years of Yellowstone
56
Yellowstone National Park
Busing in an angry glare
26
Robert R. Merhige (Jr.), Busing for school integration, Richmond (Va.) (Education)
How the candidates stand on busing
31
Campaign issues, Busing for school integration
Kennedy trip with a surprise ending
34
Edward Moore Kennedy; 1932-., Joseph Patrick Kennedy (II.)
Make was for the clean machines
36
Automobile engines (Design)
Bill Lear's head of steam
40
William Powell Lear; 1902-1978, Steam automobiles
Exploring a country of tall tales
62
Don Moser; 1932-.
Andromeda's author casts a long shadow in Hollywood
65
Michael Crichton; 1942-.
At 91, Jeannette Rankin is the feminists' new heroine
65
Jeannette Rankin; 1880-1973, Feminism
Olympic hopeful from prison ward 6
66
Bobby Lee HUNTER, Olympic Games, 1972 (Munich, Germany), Prisoners as boxers