Life Magazine, March 13, 1950 - Spring fashion, umbrella

Life Magazine, March 13, 1950 - Spring fashion, umbrella

Life Magazine, February 20, 1950 - Gregory Peck

Life Magazine, February 20, 1950 - Gregory Peck

Life Magazine, March 6, 1950 - Marsha Hunt

Original Life Magazine from March 6, 1950 - Marsha Hunt
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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.
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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
Action rodeo photos of Sherrill Stephens, Neil Morrison, Burton Payne, Bill Teagarden and George Flint. Attlee surveys the ruins of victory. Coal strike threatens a crisis. Grocer tests law with 39 cent wine, Charlie Hawkins of Stockton, California. Northside 777 case is closed, Joe Majczek, Teddy Marcinkiewicz, Robert Vogeler. Boxer dies from blow in ring, Lavern Roach. Photo essay - the White Queen, Ruth Khama in Africa. Above-the-knees golf clothes. Black light art, Arthur Radebaugh. Life goes skating in Holland. Sequel : after six months in Austria, Jeanette Markunas comes back. Gross photo and caption : Harold Payne and Robert Bacon kill a whole school of pilot whales. Crash of commuter trains at Rockville Centre, Long Island. Neat two page color 1950 Chevrolet ad with light green Styleline De Luxe car. Very cute full page color Kodak film ad with baby in carriage. Phloeo, a Pileated woodpecker living in captivity with Southgate Y. Hoyt. Neat full page Toni Permanent Wave ad with Eleanor and Jeanne Fulstone of Smith Valley, Nevada. Super nice color Coca-cola ad on back cover with kids at counter in diner.
Speaking of pictures
14
Rodeos
Attlee surveys the ruins of victory
21
Clement Richard Attlee; 1883-1967, Elections (Great Britain)
Commuters' last ride
25
Railroads (Accidents)
Coal strike threatens a crisis
26
Coal supply
Grocer tests law with 39-cent wine
30
Charlie HAWKINS, Price cutting, Trade practices
Lost treasures of the Americas
58
Treasure trove
Case of the distinguished corpses
65
Paul von Hindenburg; 1847-1934, Hindenburg family, House of Hohenzollern
The Mississippi
73
Mississippi River
Pileated and pampered
80
John Southgate Yeaton HOYT, Woodpeckers
Weird amphibians
87
Fishing (Equipment)
Windsors bow to U.S. royalty
32
Edward Windsor (Duke of); 1894-1972, Wallis Warfield Windsor (Duchess of); 1896-1986, Carnival
Petunia time
34
Catalogs, Seed and plant
Northside 777 case is closed
39
Joe MAJCZEK, Teddy MARCINKIEWICZ
Vogeler confesses
40
Robert A. VOGELER
Death of a fighter
42
Lavern ROACH
Above-the-knee golf clothes
47
Clothing and dress
Devil's disciple
53
Bernard Shaw (Irish dramatist.); 1856-1950, Theater reviews (Single works)
Black light art
93
Arthur C. RADEBAUGH, Painting
White queen
95
Ruth Williams KHAMA, Sir Seretse Khama; 1921-1980, Botswana
Movies of 1949 broke new ground
104
Motion pictures (Reviews)
Moral for March 15: you can't win
112
Income tax, Tax evasion
Life goes skating in Holland
122
Ice skating, Netherlands (Social life and customs)
After six months in Austria Jeanette Markunas comes back
126
Markunas family