Life Magazine, May 25, 1959 - The Sherman Adamses

Life Magazine, May 25, 1959 - The Sherman Adamses

Life Magazine, May 4, 1959 - Escape to India, Dalai Lama

Life Magazine, May 4, 1959 - Escape to India, Dalai Lama

Life Magazine, May 11, 1959 - Pioneer women

Original Life Magazine from May 11, 1959 - Pioneer women
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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
She became the high-living Silver Queen of the boom-time West (but died penniless) and is a romantic reminder of the women who lived the grandest of American epics (Leadville, Colorado tie). Baby Doe figures large in the area of 2Neat! How the West Was Won, Part VI of a LIFE series. Another great full page color Jantzen swim suits ad by the new artist (see our mystery artists page). A vital mission unaccomplished - Clare Boothe Luce resigns Brazil ambassadorship. Neat full page color GM Harrison air conditioning ad with polar bear diving into pool. Ingemar Johansson watches a boxing match with Floyd Patterson, whom he will fight next month. The last survivor of the Civil War, 116-year-old Walter Williams of Houston, Texas, lives on among his old mementos. Television - Joe Welch gets starring role as Peter Gunn. Giuseppe Cardinal Sarto returns to Venice, nice photos. Fashion - girls take up a schoolboy style, by wearing blazers. Trouble With a Sportive Spout - along a Hollywood, Florida beach, Betsy Howes tries to get a drink of water. Four sisters who all made good (see LIFE November 7, 1949), Marguerite, Maureen, Kathleen and Sheila John Daly. The odd little company named RAND, sounds like a military affiliated think tank, includes Roger Johnson, John Williams, William Jones, Nancy Nimitz, Stanley Greenfield, Robert Rapp and others. Fun bicycle race at DePauw University (Greencastle, Indiana) with some serious races, many funny events with tiny tricycles and more. Full page Chrysler Motors color ad for new convertibles, featuring a red Windsor, a black 300-E, and a blue New Yorker.
Laughter at a sad sight: clown act
16
Clowns
Market's new era
22
New York Stock Exchange, Inc
Wise insider tells how to make money
28
Stocks
What Law day is about
32
International Court of Justice, Law Day, Rule of law
Vital mission unaccomplished
37
Clare Boothe Luce, Wayne Lyman Morse (American senator.); 1900-1974
Bears that bear watching: brown bear cubs of the Alps
53
Bears
Private eye in ivy style
61
Television broadcasting (Crime programs)
Frontier's fabulous women
66
Frontier and pioneer life, Women pioneers, Celebrities
Earnest pastors try life of crime
88
Clergy, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Crime, Police)
They all made good
93
Daly Sisters (Musical group), Success
New challenger scouts a fight
40
Brian LONDON, Floyd Patterson, Boxing
Sainted Venetian's return
47
PIUS X
Last survivor of the Civil war
48
Walter WILLIAMS, Confederate States of America Army
Valuable batch of brains
101
Rand Corp
Joe Welch in juicy new role
116
Joseph N. Welch; 1890-1960, Motion picture production and direction
Pedal-pushing college spree; DePauw university
129
Student activities