Life Magazine, April 3, 1944 - City dogs

Life Magazine, April 3, 1944 - City dogs

Life Magazine, March 20, 1944 - Ballet dancer

Life Magazine, March 20, 1944 - Ballet dancer

Life Magazine, March 27, 1944 - Landing in Italy

Original Life Magazine from March 27, 1944 - Landing in Italy
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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 Studebaker ad with Paul Lukavich and son Steve Lukavich, who just joined the Marines. Nice full page color Cadillac ad featuring tanks, one driving through river, one crossing river on temporary bridge. How GI Joe was born, cartoons by Bill Mauldin. Full page color Pacific Factag Fabrics ad with charming family doing home repairs, art by Rabut. Vichy collaborationist condemned for Treason. Cute photo and short story about using a photo of Betty Grable to teach map reading, latitude and longitude, Lowry Field, Colorado with Richard P. Bates. Berlin destruction. Return of the Gripsholm. Cutest full page color Swan soap ad with Swanny boat full of cherubs. LCI 226 (landing craft, Infantry) with lots of photos. Tragedy of Versailles. Ivan and Malvin Albright, twins, painters. Food gardens. Women Marines, Cherry Point Air Station, including Anne Jones, Irene Reicks, Elizabeth Buck, Marian Ferguson, Elizabeth Felker, Josephine Rice, Marion Chadwick, Alice Scheffey and others. Pin-up photographer Ray Jones and how he does it. Nerve graft with nerves from corpses. Wayside Inn near Sudbury, Massachusetts. Photos of bowler William P. Black of Kansas City. Photo of Salvatore Licata of Scranton holding a long rifle.
How GI Joe was born
11
World War, 1939-1945 (Caricatures and cartoons)
Best pin-up photographer's technique
18
Ray JONES, Portrait photography
Republican Senate caucus
25
Republican Party (U.S.), Senators
Democratic senators meet pretty Mrs Vredenburgh
30
Dorothy McElroy VREDENBURGH
American foreign policy
32
United States (Foreign relations)
Albright twins paint gruesome masterpieces
63
Ivan Le Lorraine Albright; 1897-1983, Malvin Marr ALBRIGHT (known as Zsissly)
Food garden
72
Vegetable gardens and gardening
Women marines
81
UNITED STATESMarine corps/Women's reserve
Nerve graft
89
Neurosurgery
Snow geese
95
Wild geese, Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge (Calif.)
Berlin First and Berlin's destruction
34
Berlin (Germany) (History, Bombardment, 1943-1944)
Repatriates
41
Prisoners of war, Returned
Decision
47
Edward Chodorov, Theater reviews (Single works)
U.S.S. LCI 226: after Pacific crossing and four actions this ugly craft becomes a real fighting ship
53
United States Navy, World War, 1939-1945 (Naval operations)
Tragedy of Versailles
98
Georges Clemenceau; 1841-1929, David Lloyd George Lloyd George (Earl); 1863-1945,
Vittorio Emanuele Orlando; 1860-1952
, Woodrow Wilson; 1856-1924, Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920),
Treaty of Versailles (1919)
See here, Private Hargrove
119
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life visits the Wayside inn
126
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; 1807-1882, Longfellow's Wayside Inn (Sudbury, Mass.)