Life Magazine, March 27, 1950 - Model Anne Bromley

Life Magazine, March 27, 1950 - Model Anne Bromley

Life Magazine, February 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

Life Magazine, February 27, 1950 - Atomic war, bomb

Life Magazine, March 20, 1950 - Artist Edward John Stevens

Original Life Magazine from March 20, 1950 - Artist Edward John Stevens
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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
10 pages in color, Franklin Boggs, Aleta Cornelius, Eldzier Cortor, Frank Duncan Jr., Hazard Durfee, Stephen Greene, Edward Melcarth, Siegfried Reinhardt, Howard Warshaw, Hubert Raczka, Edward Stevens, Alton Pickens, Hedda Sterne, Theodoros Stamos, Bernard Perlin, Honore Sharrer, Kenneth Nack, Joseph Lasker, Dean Ellis. Nice full page color Studebaker ad with yellow car and jet plane. Really curious full page color General Electric dish washer ad with round washer. Excellent full page color DeSoto ad with blue car. Very nice two page color Naturalizer shoes ad. US building boom hits new peak. VIPs watch maneuvers on Vieques. Omaha has a big blow, wind storm. Golf's golden Dave, Alice and Marlene Bauer. Sports - mayhem in the mud, an Army game called Battledown at Camp Hood, Texas. Buddhist from Brooklyn, Buckalew, Jinaloka. Science - biggest betatron. Charming little piece about cartoonist Al Capp and kneecaps. Life makes the rounds with a small town society editor, Leltie Faucett of Abilene, includes Mrs. Rupert Harkrider, Mrs. W.P. Ballard, Mrs. Whetsel, Rita and Paul Bailey and others. The black angel, Carola Mueller.
Speaking of pictures, Kaiser wrote captions for hitherto unpublished shots of himself and T.R.
18
Theodore Roosevelt; 1858-1919, William II (German Emperor); 1859-1941
U.S. building boom hits new peak
27
Construction industry
Brawl for all is scoop for Woop
34
William WOOPING, Communist Party (France), France Parlement (1946- ) Assemblee nationale
Valor and v.i.p.s on Vieques near Puerto Rico
36
Military maneuvers
Pope blesses Americans
38
Pope Pius XII; 1876-1958, Holy Year
Nineteen young Americans
82
Artists, American, Painting, American
Golf's golden Bauers
85
Alice Bauer; d. 2002, Bauer family, Golf
Golf's golden Bauers
95
Marlene Bauer
Kneecap and Al Capp
102
Al Capp; 1909-1979, Knee
Pest portraits
109
Insects (Photographs)
Secretary of state
40
Dean Acheson; 1893-1971
Omaha's big blow
45
Winds
Grauman legacy
47
Sid Grauman; 1879-1950, Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Theater)
I can hear him now
53
James Roosevelt; 1907-1991, Political campaigns
Three came home
61
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Mayhem in the mud
69
UNITED STATESArmy/Physical training
Buddhist from Brooklyn
77
Charles Randolph BUCKALEW; 1929?-., Buddhism
Great glut
116
Agricultural administration, Eggs, Food supply
Biggest betatron in the world at the University of Illinois
129
Nuclear research, Betatrons, Mesons
Pink elephant
134
Elephants
Black angel
137
Anna Caroline Mueller MUELLER, Children as actors and actresses
Life makes the rounds with a small-town society editor
142
Leltie FAUCETT, Abilene (Tex.)
Paris chimp makes like Picasso
148
Chimpanzees