Life Magazine, April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball

Life Magazine, April 5, 1948 - Dodgertown, baseball

Life Magazine, March 8, 1948 - Woman wearing Beret

Life Magazine, March 8, 1948 - Woman wearing Beret

Life Magazine, March 22, 1948 - Governor Dewey

Original Life Magazine from March 22, 1948 - Governor Dewey
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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
Full page color General Electric light bulbs ad with art by Dick Williams. The Baseball rookie at spring training, New York University Violets with Don Forman, Ray Lumpp, Tom Kelly and Murray Wier of Muscatine, Iowa. Two bored Britons battle in armor, Adrian Conan Doyle and Douglas Ash. Physicists create subatomic particles, C.M.G. Lattes and Eugene Gardner. Beer drinking cow sets record, Bridge Birch of Moortown Farm, Hampshire with Keeper Bill Hobbs … gave world's record amount of milk. Full page color Budweiser beer ad with Thomas Jefferson, art by Walter Richards. Leap year spinsters take over town of Aurora, Illinois, including Stella Seraphin. Jocelyn and Marlon Brando.. Mirror glasses. Bodies preserved in plastic. Beach ballet with photos of Ruth Ann Koesun, Eric Braun and others. School for waitresses in Wichita, including Marguerite Fisher. Anti-communist Jan Masaryk. Photo of Helen McCall and others women who won village offices in Grass Lake, Michigan. Leopold Szondi and portraits test. Nice full page color White Rock beverages ad with ski lodge theme. Pictorial essay - age of exploration, Western Culture, part 2. “Genius school” - elementary school at Hunter College, New York. Movie - “Naked City.
Tokyo poetry contest
8
Poetry (Competitions), Japan (Social life and customs)
Speaking of pictures
18
Ballet
Non-Communist world stirs itself
31
Communism (Europe), International relations
Jan Masaryk found one answer
34
Jan Masaryk; 1886-1948, Communism (Czechoslovakia)
Foreign policy crisis
38
United States (Foreign relations)
Violet streak
62
Basketball
Test by portraits
67
Leopold Szondi; 1893-1986, Psychological tests
Age of exploration
73
America (Discovery and exploration)
Mirror glasses
103
Eyeglasses
Spinsters' holiday
107
Leap year, Aurora (Ill.)
Picture of the week
39
Morris MCDERMOTT
Breakup of a hard winter
40
Storms
Escapists in armor
42
Adrian Conan Doyle; 1910-1970
Physicists create subatomic particles
44
Mesons
Portrait
44
Eugene GARDNER, Cesare Mansueto Giulio LATTES, Dick Button; 1929-., Joe Louis; 1914-1981, John O'MEARA
Brandos
53
Jocelyn BRANDO, Marlon Brando; 1924-.
Beer-drinking cow sets world record
59
Cows
Genius school
113
Gifted children, HUNTER college elementary school (N.Y.)
Bodies preserved in plastic
121
Biological specimens (Collection and preservation)
Movie of the week
127
Mark Hellinger; 1903-1947
Naked city
127
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Case for Dewey
132
Thomas Edmund Dewey; 1902-1971
Life visits a school for waitresses in Wichita
150
Waiters and waitresses