Life Magazine, May 10, 1937 - Playing Marbles

Life Magazine, May 10, 1937 - Playing Marbles

Life Magazine, April 26, 1937 - Leghorn Rooster

Life Magazine, April 26, 1937 - Leghorn Rooster

Life Magazine, May 3, 1937 - Jean Harlow

Original Life Magazine from May 3, 1937 - Jean Harlow, actress, hollywood
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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
Two page ad for "Empress of Britain" 4 month world cruise. Very manly full page Cop-R-Loy ad with plumber with huge pipe wrench. Full page Listerine tooth paste ad with Karen Sundstrom, Grace Rowland, and Bernice Green. Photos of John L. Lewis, labor leader, sitting in many positions. British rearmament, photo of aircraft carrier Ark Royal and start of construction for sister ship to Queen Mary. England prepares for the coronation. Angels from Harlem - followers of Father Divine, legal troubles including Delight Jewett of Denver. Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson is sued. Log chopping contest in Hayward, Wisconsin. Mischievous Cocker Spaniel Snarky rescued from the ocean, owner Ross Newfarmer. Feature story on Hollywood. Actress Janet Gaynor. Painter Edward Hopper. Striking full page color Chevrolet ad with mint green car. Lost John of Mammoth Cave. Excellent full page color International Trucks ad with green truck. Religion in the Soviet Union. The British in India's Northwest frontier (now Pakistan). Clark Gable meets old girlfriend Franz Doerfer, after being accused by Mrs. Violet Norton. A party in honor of Elsa Maxwell with the New York Cafe Society. Bicycle records, Charles M. Murphy's speed record broken by Albert Marquet - photos show how they did it.

COVER: JEAN HARLOW 

JOHN L. LEWIS, LABOR LEADER 

ENGLAND PREPARES FOR CORONATION 

FATHER DIVINE I SISTER AIMEE 

HOLLYWOOD, A PHOTO-JOURNAL 

SHIRLEY TEMPLE 

MOVIE: • A STAR IS BORN' JANET GAYNOR 

ARTIST EDWARD HOPPER 

RELIGION IN RUSSIA 

INDIA'S NORTHWEST FRONTIER 63-65 CLARK GABLE 

ELSA MAXWELL'S NEW YORK SOCIETY PARTY