Life Magazine, March 14, 1938 - Jane Froman

Life Magazine, March 14, 1938 - Jane Froman

Life Magazine, February 28, 1938 - Riviera fireworks

Life Magazine, February 28, 1938 - Riviera fireworks

Life Magazine, March 7, 1938 - Texas high school

Original Life Magazine from March 7, 1938 - Texas high school
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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
T.J. High School feature article, incl. ROTC, great full page photo of Harry Andrew Watson, Dorothy Murray Perkins, many other photos. Nice full page color Champion spark plugs ad with speed trials race car on salt flats. Nice full page National Hotel Management ad for hotels with better service. A number of letters to the editors and two small photos pertaining to Isaac Diller. Really charming piece about how professional photographers photograph babies for advertisements, Ruth Alexander Nichols of Westfield, New Jersey. Full page Kroehler Furniture ad with Smilin' Ed McConnell and the humorous line "When I plant my 290 pounds on a sofa, it has to be well built." A short piece about a whale that wandered into Golden Gate Hardor. A dance contest with a funny name - the Interclub Shag, Madison Square Boys Club in New York, winners Peggy Keating and Leonard Rowan. British cabinet tries to make friends with the dictators. Really cool two page spread of many photos and captions of fire at the Davenport oil well in Texas, LaBlanca Field in the south. Indiana's Paul McNutt eats his way toward the White House, presidential candidate. Movie - Tom Sawyer. Mapping the U.S. from the air for crop control, aerial photos of farms. Matt Mann's Michigan swimmers beat Yale's. George Belcher, artist, paints the British Biddy. Multi-page Radio Corporation ad with many named photos including Robert Lee Bristow, Glenn Allen, Jimmy Darou. The world's tiniest chair, built on the head of a pin! Party in Palm Beach with 12 Powers girls. Women's camera club of Cleveland takes photos of Ralph Eaton, gee - I wonder why :-).

COVER: TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SWIM COACH, MATT MANN 

MOVIE: 'TOM SAWYER' 

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