Life Magazine, July 6, 1942 - American Flag

Life Magazine, July 6, 1942 - American Flag

Life Magazine, March 30, 1942 - Shirley Temple

Life Magazine, March 30, 1942 - Shirley Temple

Life Magazine, May 4, 1942 - Chinese air cadet

Original Life Magazine from May 4, 1942 - Chinese air cadet
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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
Funny series of photos of a Jeep dumping out colonel on river wire-crossing, OK - it wasn't funny to the colonel Edgar DeMuth. Neat full page Electric companies ad with repairman on electric pole. Photo - Russian parents lament dead son at scene of German execution. American convoy reaches Australia. Rather amazing photo of Bob Densmore and George Jenings in a running race. Joan Crawford sprains back doing the Jitterbug. Ohio State Penitentiary prisoners train for war. Terminal Island Prison is a receiving station for US Navy recruits, yup - some probably thought they were going into prison. Battleship Tirpitz. Maryland coeds stage obstacle race. Seven soldiers have mass wedding at Fort Bliss. Malta is most bombed spot in the world. Nice full page Bates home furnishings ad with John Kimbrough and sailor Lionel Adams, Mimi Berry. Full page color Allison aircraft engines ad with Curtiss P-40 in neat pose. Milk - photo essay. Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland. Arthur Tauber. Here is a Neat railroad piece : a day at Yemassee Junction, Atlantic Coast Line and Charleston & Western Carolina.
Royal air force on the Red air force
12
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Soviet Union)
U.S. troops arrive on the Australian front
21
UNITED STATESArmy/Expeditionary forces, World War, 1939-1945 (Australia)
Malta: most bombed spot on earth
43
Sir William George Shedden Dobbie; 1879-1964, Malta
Chinese pilots at Arizona's Thunderbird field
59
Aviation, Military (China), Flight schools
Milk
63
Dairy products, Milk industry
Ice cream is U.S. favorite
70
Ice cream, ices, etc
Home front organizes to wage all-out war against destructive clothes moth
79
Moths
Soldiers' wedding
82
Weddings
Sister act
88
Olivia De Havilland; 1916-., Joan Fontaine; 1917-.
N.Y.U.'s left-handed Arthur Tauber is best collegiate swordsman
97
Arthur TAUBER, Fencing
Dry milk saves fats
66
Dried milk
British get it
68
Cheese
Day at Yemassee junction
102
Railroads, YEMASSEE (S.C.)
Dead-leaf
110
Butterflies