Life Magazine, March 13, 1964 - World War I British Wounded

Life Magazine, March 13, 1964 - World War I British Wounded

Life Magazine, February 28, 1964 - War on Cyprus

Life Magazine, February 28, 1964 - War on Cyprus

Life Magazine, March 6, 1964 - Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, boxing

Original Life Magazine from March 6, 1964 - Cassius Clay, Muhammad Ali, boxing
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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
Italy's new war against the Mafia. Full page Maytag ad features Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Sonne of La Mesa, California and their more than 32-year-old washer. Elizabeth II - new stature of Britain's Queen, one of the most underestimated women in the world. Showdown in New Hampshire - first big test of the 1964 campaign. Dramatic Coast Guard rescue of crewmen from stricken British freighter Ambassador. Mexico-U.S. summit meeting. Biggest tax cut in U.S. history, $11.5 billion. Seer stalks Boston Strangler. Nuclear way to dig canal - biggest problem in a Panama replacement - where to put it. The Mafia in trouble on its home turf in Sicily. Marty Sinn, 20-year-old marathon swimmer, also journal-style recording of her memories of a long cold race. New evening styles from Paris. Elia Kazan films "America, America." Full page color Continental Insurance ad with cartoon-style illustration of Superman coming out of a phone booth.
Piecing together portraits, royal and otherwise
3
Journalism
Good case for a new canal
4
Canals
Let's stop baiting the CIA.
4
United States Central Intelligence Agency
It's $83 million high
13
Washington (D.C.) (Public buildings)
Life guide
15
Horse racing
Now a seer helps stalk the Boston strangler
49
Peter Hurkos; 1911-1988, Extrasensory perception, Boston (Mass.) (Crime)
Bang-up way to dig a new canal
55
Atomic blasting
Sunny mermaid of the marathon
61
Marty SINN
Marty's memories of a long cold race
66
Swimming
Queen Elizabeth II.
75
Elizabeth II (Queen of Great Britain); 1926-., Great BritainRoyal family
Honest injun, it's finally time to vote: New Hampshire Republicans
28
Presidential candidates (1964), Primaries
Senator finds the trail is icy
31
Barry M. Goldwater; 1909-1998
Liston turned on the evil eye, Clay didn't notice
34
Muhammad Ali; 1942-., Sonny Liston; 1932-1971, Boxing
Champ twenty three: a man-child taken in by the Muslims
38
John R. McDermott; d. 1995
Tax cut: now to spend that $11.5 billion
46
Public opinion
Mafia in trouble on its home grounds
96
Mafia
Departure of a deputy president
105
Theodore C. Sorensen
America America
113
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Success with 30[cents] to spare
115
Stathis GIALLELIS
To Tokyo or bust
126
Transportation of works of art