Life Magazine, April 6, 1942 - Bomber task force

Life Magazine, April 6, 1942 - Bomber task force

Life Magazine, March 9, 1942 - Barrage balloons

Life Magazine, March 9, 1942 - Barrage balloons

Life Magazine, March 23, 1942 - Airplane models

Original Life Magazine from March 23, 1942 - Airplane models
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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
Heartwarming full page color Cannon Towels ad with little girl and her doll, highlights several different dated colors, patterns and textures of towels. Full page Westinghouse ad with Maritime Commission theme and nice artwork by Ben Stahl "Reykjavik Iceland off the port bow!". US troops find war in Australia. England's Queen Mother stands sponsor for newest grandchild. Cartoons showing humor from military camps, art by Dave Breger (Fort Jay NY), Phil Berube (U.S.S. Breckenridge), Sleigh, Fokmosh, Pvt. Baker, and others. Half page Kellogg's cereal ad with Mildred Inwood. Half page Pepsodent tooth powder ad with Bernice and Bernadette Fitzgerald. Gorgeous full page color Shell ad with gunner in "greenhouse" in airplane. Nice full page color Lockheed aircraft ad featuring several camouflage planes and Air Mail stamp. Photos of tanker Blum blown in half by mines near Cape Hatteras. Negro pilots get wings at Tuskegee Institute. Stage and screen stars help entertain soldiers, includes photo of Daniel Hechtman, George Krantek, Dick Noel. Two page Niblets Canned Corn ad with art by Norman Rockwell. Soap rationing in London - super photo with chimney sweeps (John Bull and Bill Holmwood). Tom Connally, Senate Foreign relations committee. Florida at War. Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team spring training in Havana, Cuba, including photos of Dolph Camilli, Billy Herman, Peewee Reese, Arsky Vaughan, and Leo Durocher, plus others. Homemade hats in color - great! Sculptor Louis Jonas works in abandoned railroad station. Exodus of the Bongs. Iceboating championship at Mt. Clemens, Michigan with Bob Degowske, Dave Hall, Dick Graff, Al Pochelon. Curious article about high school students building small wooden airplane models to be used in training pilots and gunners.
This is how U.S. boys look and laugh at camp life
8
World War, 1939-1945 (Caricatures and cartoons)
March of the Brongs
12
Abron (African people)
American troops find war in Australia
23
World War, 1939-1945 (Australia)
Australia
26
Australia (Maps)
Portrait
29
Mary (Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain); 1867-1953
Report on America
65
Great Britain and the United States, United States
Industrial chemistry meets demands of war
68
Chemistry, Technical, Raw materials
Nitrogen makes high explosives for modern war
73
Explosives
CHON.
74
Chemical elements
Homemade hats
82
Hats
Negro pilots get wings
30
United States Army Air Forces (Blacks), Flight schools
Yards rush new ships and plug old ones in war
32
Shipbuilding
Some mementos from Malaya
34
World War, 1939-1945 (Malaya)
Brooklyn Dodgers practice and play hard at spring training in Havana
36
Baseball players
Huge campaign to entertain soldiers
45
United States Army (Recreation)
Invaders
57
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Abandoned railroad station is Jonas' ark
86
Louis Paul JONAS, Animals in art
Florida at war
92
Florida (Description and travel)
Tom Connally
98
Tom Connally (American senator.); 1877-1963
Iceboating championship
114
Ice boats and ice boating
High school students build plane models
118
Airplane models