Life Magazine, May 20, 1957 - Aerial eyepopper, vertical jet

Life Magazine, May 20, 1957 - Aerial eyepopper, vertical jet

Life Magazine, April 8, 1957 - Blue Bird's flight, airplane

Life Magazine, April 8, 1957 - Blue Bird's flight, airplane

Life Magazine, May 6, 1957 - Sophia Loren

Original Life Magazine from May 6, 1957 - Sophia Loren
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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
Our need for smaller atomic arms, dangers in nuclear arms. The Celts - Epic of Man, last part. Eisenhower doctrine for Middle East peace gets a try-out in Jordan crisis. Ice gives Lake Superior ore ships worst time in 50 years. Reds snap up a state in India - Kerala. New York observes opening of World Trade Fair with fireworks, Sonja Boonstoppel and Elizabeth Klinkert offer cheese samples at the fair. Donald O'Connor learns to play Buster Keaton. Girls learn shop and boys learn cooking at P.S. 38 in Jersey city. Marcel Marceau in a full page Smirnoff Vodka ad. Lawrence Welk is the most popular musician in U.S. history, photos and story behind the scenes. Law for Suez. Writer Philip Wylie at work. Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds in a full page Western Union telegram ad. Full page Post 40% Bran flakes ad, man in shower illustration by Dick Sargent. Currier & Ives in old ads.
Currier and Ives in old ads
14
Lithographs, Prints (Exhibitions)
Doctrine gets tryout in Jordan crisis
36
Hussein (King of Jordan); 1935-1999, United States Navy, Jordan (Politics and government)
Trial by ice for ore ships
46
Ice breaking vessels, Ice on rivers, lakes, etc, Ores (Transportation)
Step toward law for Suez
53
Gamal Abdel Nasser; 1918-1970, Suez Canal (Egypt)
Horibl exampl
53
Spelling
Holy druids
102
Druids
Skillful smith
105
Art, Celtic
Domestic arts taught with a twist
110
Home economics for boys, Houses (Maintenance and repair, Study and teaching), Jersey City (N.J.) (Education)
Prime accumulation of primitive art
119
Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (American vice-president.); 1908-1979, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) Michael C. Rockefeller Wing
Another family museum
124
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center
Reds snap up state in India
54
Communism (India), Elections (India), Kerala (India)
Surprise rise for a rocket
61
University of Maryland (System), College students
Campaign for friends
67
United States Army (Forces in Europe), United States (Armed Forces, Relations with civilians)
Immortals for the United States Senate
73
John Caldwell Calhoun; 1782-1850, Henry Clay; 1777-1852, Robert M. La Follette; 1895-1953, Robert A. Taft; 1917-1993, Daniel Webster; 1782-1852, Senators
Manhattan by fireworks light
77
Fireworks, Fairs
Squirrel's soft life
85
Pets, Squirrels
Old comic and pupil
91
Buster Keaton; 1895-1966, Donald O'Connor; 1925-.
Old comic and pupil
91
Motion picture production and direction
Forebears of the West
96
Celts
Some champagne for the folks
127
Lawrence Welk (American band leader.); 1903-1992, Bands (Music)
Sophia at peak of her busy career
137
Sophia Loren; 1934-.
Writer's throes, woes
149
Philip Wylie; 1902-1971
Mighty mole chews a hole
157
Excavating machinery
It's chamber music time across the land
161
String quartets
In a circus cage a jungle killing
171
Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, Inc, Tigers
America gets the point
177
Shoes
Reliance on h-bomb and its dangers
181
Nuclear warfare, Nuclear weapons, Hydrogen bombs
Grand ball with a historic air
201
Balls (Parties), New York (N.Y.) (Social life and customs)