Life Magazine, June 1, 1980 - Folk Art, Cat

Life Magazine, June 1, 1980 - Folk Art, Cat

Life Magazine, April 1, 1980 - Hare Krishna Children

Life Magazine, April 1, 1980 - Hare Krishna Children

Life Magazine, May 1, 1980 - Gene Splicing

Original Life Magazine from May 1, 1980 - Gene Splicing
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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
Smuggled pictures - the Russia they won't let us see. Full page color McDonald's ad with French fries. Two page color Salem cigarettes ad with sailboat in neon. Quite nice full page color Honda Express ad with part art, part photo - 100 mpg, air conditioning, home economics, choice seating. Have women made the grade at West Point?- includes photo of Andrea Hollen, more. Smuggled photos of Antonina Agapova in Red Square, Soviet Union, other candid photos of real life, photographer Sichov. Portrait : Joan Kennedy. Claude Monet's Normandy gardens bloom again in a restoration of his estate. Italy's Fendi, first family of fur. Chicanos make their old cars glitter and prance with Latin style, low riders of the Urban range. How to save the manatee. Greg Louganis and Jenni Chandler, US star divers. Nice photo of Mount St. Helens with a big cloud of steam, smoke and ash. The biggest American flag ever - 86,310 square feet, Evansville, Indiana. Oil rig sinks off Norway, the Alexander Kielland. The greatest runner, Jesse Owens, dies - full page photo of him in his prime. Wonderful funny photo of Courtney Brown pulling a "full sized ocean liner" with a rope.

COVER: Gene Splicing

CAMERA AT WORK: Old Nudes Is Good Nudes.

PORTRAIT: JOAN KENNEDY: By Ellen Goodman.

THE RUSSIA WE NEVER SEE: Photographs of everyday life in the U.S.S.R. were smuggled out.

WEAVING THE NEW THREADS OF LIFE: The genes of bacteria are altered to produce the wonder drug interferon. By Jeff Wheelwright.

A PAINTER'S PRIVATE EDEN: Claude Monet's Normandy gardens bloom again in a restoration of his estate. Claude Monet's paintings come to life.

IT'S NOT THE OLD POINT: Women are graduating, but the academy still resists change. By James Salter.

FIRST FAMILY OF FUR: When It comes to fur fashions, Italy's Fendi is numero uno.

LOW RIDERS OF THE URBAN RANGE: Chicanos make their old ears glitter and prance with Latin style.

GENTLE SIREN IN DISTRESS: How to save the harmless manatee from his worst enemy--man.

HIGH ART OF THE DIVE: Two U.S. stars--Greg Louganis and Jenni Chandler-- provide demonstrations. A couple of America's best divers soar up, up and over.