Life Magazine, March 16, 1942 - Infantryman

Life Magazine, March 16, 1942 - Infantryman

Life Magazine, March 2, 1942 - Ginger Rogers

Life Magazine, March 2, 1942 - Ginger Rogers

Life Magazine, March 9, 1942 - Barrage balloons

Original Life Magazine from March 9, 1942 - Barrage balloons
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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
Japanese carry war to California coast (submarine shelled oil fields at Ellwood, California), including the bit about two civilian homes hit but no enemy aircraft, home of Hugh G. Landis. Interesting full page Mennen Pharmaceutical ad about the danger to new baby caused by germy visitors. Joan Fontaine receives academy award. Japanese aliens living in the US are moved - this has to be the beginning of internment. Subs get another tanker off Atlantic coast "R.P. Resor." Canadians stage Nazi invasion of Winnipeg. John Barrymore meets daughter Diana Barrymore on his 60th birthday. Barrage balloons guard sky over strategic areas. Rescue from Howland Island, Thomas Bederman and Mattson. Nice full page Woodbury soap ad with Betty Cordon and motorcycle. Photo essay - Maine in winter. Photo essay - how to shoot a machine gun. Table tennis, Louis Pagliaro. Rules for pet care during air raids. Pictures - Florida's Cypress gardens. Life reports on the Shape of Women. On tour with the Philadelphia symphony. Cute half page color Texaco ad with Fred Allen with five telephones. Lovely full page color Palmolive soap ad with baby. Louis Pagliaro is a table tennis champion.
Shape of women
12
Anthropometry, Women
Japanese carry war to California coast
19
World War, 1939-1945 (Japan, United States), California
Army guns open up at unknown foe
22
Los Angeles (Calif.) (Air raids)
Portrait
27
Joan Fontaine; 1917-.
Winnipeg is conquered
30
Fund raising, Winnipeg (Man.)
Howland Island rescue
54
World War, 1939-1945 (Campaigns and battles, Pacific), Howland Island
To be or not to be
63
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
U.S. table tennis champ Louis Pagliaro is game's greatest shot retriever
69
Louis PAGLIARO, Table tennis
Machine gun
74
Machine guns
Aristocrat, lawyer, socialist, friend of Russia and India
82
Sir Richard Stafford Cripps; 1889-1952
Barrymores meet
35
Diana Barrymore; 1921-1960, John Barrymore; 1882-1942
Barrage balloons guard sky over strategic areas of Pacific Northwest
41
Balloons, Military
Texas sees new crop of figure paintings
44
Art (Exhibitions), Human figure in art
Winter in Maine
48
Winter, Maine
Twenty Russian questions
83
Joseph Stalin; 1879-1953, World War, 1939-1945 (Soviet Union), Soviet Union
Life goes on an orchestra tour with the Philadelphia through the South
90
Philadelphia Orchestra
Rules for pet care during air raids are nationally distributed
94
Air raid warning systems, Pets