Life Magazine, May 9, 1938 - Summer styles

Life Magazine, May 9, 1938 - Summer styles

Life Magazine, April 25, 1938 - Brooklyn Dodger

Life Magazine, April 25, 1938 - Brooklyn Dodger

Life Magazine, May 2, 1938 - Vice-President John Garner

Original Life Magazine from May 2, 1938 - Vice-President John Garner
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Some of the contents in this issue
Fashions versus Styles according to Elizabeth Hawes- great photos. Full page Bell Telephone System ad with big graphic image of phone. Labor spills its quota of blood. Country's cartoonists have fun with pump-priming, includes Rollin Kirby, Brown, Talburt, Thomas, Fitzpatrick, Jerry Doyle, Hutton, Sparling. 2,000 Germans go to sea to vote "Ja" on annexation of Austria . Easter sunrise services coast to coast, including Washington, Chicago, New York, Glendale California, Hollywood, Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Atlantic City. Railroading - Southern's Charlotte division and how it runs - photo essay. Washington out rows California. The Boston marathon, Leslie Pawson of Rhode island wins. Four page RCA LISTEN ad, "Of Mice and Men" is best play of the year. 73,000,000 Germans live a synthetic life, including artificial egg whites from fish, wood chips in candy, wood in bread, artificial rubber tires. Albert Gallatin's Great-Grandson sponsors a museum of abstract art, including work by Leger, Picasso, Braque, Miro, Mondrian, Matisse. Movie of the week: Un Carnet de Bal from France. Fashions - a wave-cut that lasts a lifetime by Kenneth Christy. Party with commercial artists, United American Artists trade union. LIFE looks at railroading in Southern's Charlotte Division, 10 great pages with photos for train buffs. Photo from fight between AF&L and CIO - they weren't yet together. Full page color Old Angus whiskey ad with painting of Scotsman and sheep by Harold Anderson.

COVER: VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN GARNER 

GENERAL  JOHN J. 'BLACKJACK" PERSHING 

POLITICAL CARTOONS 

NATION'S EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES 

ROWING: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

BOSTON MARATHON

JOHN STEINBECK, 'OF MICE & MEN" WINS BEST PLAY AWARD 

ABSTRACT ART by ALBERT GALLATIN, PABLO PICASSO, FERNAND LEGER, GEORGES BRAQUE, JOAN MIRO, PIET MONDRIAN, HENRI MATISSE

RAILROADING, 'SOUTHERN RAILWAY'S'