Life Magazine, May 15, 1950 - One-piece suits

Life Magazine, May 15, 1950 - One-piece suits

Life Magazine, April 10, 1950 - Young horsewoman

Life Magazine, April 10, 1950 - Young horsewoman

Life Magazine, May 1, 1950 - Ruth Roman

Original Life Magazine from May 1, 1950 - Ruth Roman
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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
Curious two page Borg-Warner ad with Ripley's Believe it or not theme. Brumas, the Polar Bear cub, in London. Neat full page color Coro costume jewelry ad. Article - Hindus wash away their sins in the Ganges. Yankees beat the Red Sox in season opener - Al Zarilla, Tommy Henrich, Joe Dimaggio, baseball. Ancestors of Grant and Lee open the Civil War monument. Great full page color Champion Spark Plugs ad with Scottie dog and baseball theme. Photo - Pickpocket picking the pocket of the man carrying matador Rafael Rodriguez out of the ring in Mexico City. Key West, Florida, shrimp fishing. Nice full page color Campbell's vegetable soup ad, sadly not signed. Trail of Owen Lattimore, this is part of Joe McCarthy and his communist charges. Human Growth movie explains birds and bees to 6 year olds. Italian engineers make a power plant using earths heat - Larderello. Sun Sing Chinese theater in New York. Profile of Opera creator Gian-Carlo Menotti on Broadway. Havoline motor oil ad featuring tennis star Jack Kramer. Cassino is built again. Michigan medical school - Tom Peterson through the four years. Utah's governor Brack Lee is an honest politician. Lambert Hitchcock built furniture in 1826. Who looks like Howdy Doody - Billy Oltmann. Another cute full page color Imperial whiskey ad with art by Albert Dorne.
Speaking of pictures
18
Bears (Photographs)
Million Hindus wash away their sins
25
Hindus, Pilgrims and pilgrimages
Socialists have failed, and capitalism is taking over
30
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Great Britain)
Pickpocket at work
31
Crime and criminals
Peekaboo in Rome
33
princess of Iran FATIMA PAHLEVI, Vincent Lee HILLYER
Human beginnings
61
Motion pictures (Documentary films)
Sun Sing theater
73
Chinatown (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Theater)
Portrait
76
AU CHOI QUE.
Collegiate cat
78
Cats (Photographs)
Wizard of the opera
81
Gian Carlo Menotti (Italian composer and librettist.); 1911-2007
Key West enjoys a shrimp bonanza
34
Shrimp
Yankees pick up where they left off
36
Baseball
Was Lattimore a Communist?
38
Owen Lattimore; 1900-1989
Deutschland uber alles in Berlin
44
Konrad Adenauer; 1876-1967, Songs, German
Displaced horse sires two favorite sons, Hill Prince and Prince Simon
46
Horses
Rapid rise of Ruth Roman
51
Ruth Roman; 1923-1999
Cassino rises again
58
Monte Cassino (Monastery: Cassino, Italy)
Unknown Gauguin
93
Paul Gauguin; 1848-1903
Medical school
95
University of Michigan Medical School, College students, Medical education
$16,000 car washer inspires new $9.95 version
106
Automobiles (Cleaning)
Politician without a future
109
J. Bracken Lee; 1899-1996, Utah (Politics and government)
Hitchcock chair
118
John T. KENNEY, Chairs
Who looks like Howdy Doody?
122
Prize contests, Television broadcasting (Children's programs)
Life goes to a party for Chile's president
126
Gabriel Gonzalez Videla; 1898-1980