Life Magazine, May 17, 1954 - Dawn Addams

Life Magazine, May 17, 1954 - Dawn Addams

Life Magazine, April 26, 1954 - Grace Kelly

Life Magazine, April 26, 1954 - Grace Kelly

Life Magazine, May 3, 1954 - Million-dollar album, stamps

Original Life Magazine from May 3, 1954 - Million-dollar album, stamps
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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
First time in color, eight pages of world’s rarest stamps. Photos of child labor from 50 years ago : 1911 boys in coal mine, 1909 boys in cotton mill, 1911 girl in cannery. Spy thriller outdoes fiction, Mrs. Evdokia Petrov in Sydney. Runaway motorcycle slams into a Carolina crowd, Shriner motorcycle without rider. Pictorial essay - Baltimore’s Mergenthaler Vocational High School, with photos of Joe Berner and others. My five-year exile in my own country by Victor Raul Haya de la Torre. More SouthWest dust storm photos, including Art Blooding and his family from Colorado, lovely aerial photo of contour-plowed fields near Walsh, Colorado. Kermit Terry goes home for the first time at age 2 and a half, Jamesport, Missouri. Cool two page color Spread paint ad with room in purple and green. Feature on Secondary Education, part 4 - Vocational high school, Baltimore's Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical high school, not much safety gear in evidence. Actress Dolores Rosedale, Roxanne. Willie Shoemaker, jockey. Tupperware event in Kissimmee, Florida with photos of Edith Berkenbile, Collette Maniaci of Dearborn, Michigan, Betty Long of Rushville, Ohio, Fay Maccapulo, Annie Quirk and others. Full page color Canadian Club whisky ad with Sand yacht sailing, Clarence Hewitt.
Speaking of pictures, child-labor fifty years ago
18
Lewis Wickes Hine (American photographer.); 1874-1940, Child labor
Spy thriller outdoes fiction
25
Refugees, Russian
Those scandals shouldn't stop FHA.
30
United States Federal Housing Administration
Dulles, Geneva and history
30
John Foster Dulles; 1888-1959, Council of Foreign Ministers, United States (Foreign relations, Anti-Communist measures)
Runaway motorcycle slams into a Carolina crowd
31
Motorcycling (Accidents and injuries)
Dumb ducklings dodge danger
81
Ducks
Stamp album worth $1,000,000
85
Postage stamps (Collectors and collecting)
You just don't know what stamps can do to a man
95
Philippe von FERRARI, Edward Howland Robinson GREEN, H. R. HARMER, Arthur HIND
Blonde in a hurry
107
ROXANNE (Dolores Rosedale)
Trouble over tresses
115
Hairstyling
Leading men for big shows
32
Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Robert T. Stevens; 1899-1983, Television and politics
Dusty plague upon the land
34
Droughts, Dust storms
Tito visits new allies
43
Josip Broz Tito; 1892-1980, Yugoslavia (Foreign relations)
Salesman cometh
50
Sinclair Weeks; 1893-1972, Sales personnel
Plot that backfired
52
Nikolai Evgen'evich KHOKHLOV, Refugees, Russian
New ivy pictures
54
Hydrogen bombs (Testing)
Beaver for beverages
59
Edward Whitehead; 1908-1978, Schweppes Ltd, Publicity
Caine mutiny
67
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Kermit's new life
75
Children (Diseases), Skin (Diseases)
Quiz for home buyers
121
Home ownership, Houses
Shoemaker up
125
Eddie Arcaro; 1916-1997, Bill Shoemaker; 1931-., Horse racing, Jockeys
Muggs and cupid put the bite on Martha in a busy week
133
Martha Raye; 1916-1994, Television production and direction
Vocational high school
143
Vocational education, Baltimore (Md.) (Education)
My five-year exile in my own country
152
Manuel A. ODRIA, Asylum, Right of
Bust by a blind man
169
George Cohen; 1920-., Blind
Life goes on a big dig: sales bonus winners are paid off in buried loot
172
Treasure trove
Wide-eyed and popped-out
176
Kangaroos