Life Magazine, May 19, 1941 - Floppy hats

Life Magazine, May 19, 1941 - Floppy hats

Life Magazine, April 28, 1941 - Red in fashion

Life Magazine, April 28, 1941 - Red in fashion

Life Magazine, May 12, 1941 - Army parachutist

Original Life Magazine from May 12, 1941 - Army parachutist
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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
Very cute full page Ductillite ad (tinplate cans for food) - Wheeling Steel Corporation. Full page color Rogers ADoration silverware ad with very attractive Judy Garland. Roosevelt calls for seven-day week as US defense machine begins to roll. Violinist Fritz Kreisler is struck down by truck. Dancer Sunnie O'Dea, including extremely cute photo. Boston Transcript folds after 111 years. Fund drive for R.A.F. opens at New York airport. Irish celebrate 1916 revolution with Easter Parade. Edward G. Robinson and George Raft stage impromptu fight on set. Britain tightens its belt on carrot and potato diet. Photo essay - India, war threatens British hold on Plum of Empire. Close-up - Bob Feller. Education - one-room school is light of learning to Montana farmers in Golden Valley county (see also January 5, 1942). Chinese boys fly best kites at San Francisco. Funnyman W.C. Fields has own way of keeping himself fit. US trains more parachute troops. Very cute series of photos about a tiny bear cubs interaction with same size teddy bear. Life visits the Okefenokee swamp. Cute full page color Ballantine Ale ad with pirates.
Tuffy the bear is full of fight
10
Animals (Photographs), Bears
Welsh are a nation by themselves
14
Wales (Description and travel)
Roosevelt calls for seven-day week as U.S. defense machine begins to roll
27
Munitions, World War, 1939-1945 (United States)
Civilians get practice in air-raid warning network
30
Air raid warning systems
Picture of the week
32
Fritz Kreisler; 1875-1962
One-room school is the light of learning to Montana farmers
65
Education (Montana), One-room schools
Slip-cover craze
74
Slipcovers
Chinese boys fly best kites at San Francisco
79
Kites
India: war threatens British hold on plum of empire
85
India
Gandhi is the audible voice of Hindu masses
92
Mahatma Gandhi (Indian nationalist leader.); 1869-1948
Boston transcript folds after 111 years of genteel journalism
34
Boston evening transcript
Britain tightens its belt on carrot and potato diet
43
Food supply (Great Britain)
Baseball idol devotes himself to care and worship of his right arm
51
Bob Feller; 1918-.
Bob Feller
51
St. Clair McKelway
Mysore Indians help themselves
94
Mysore (India)
Funnyman W. C. Fields has his own way of keeping himself fit
104
W. C. Fields; 1879-1946
U.S. trains more parachute troops
110
United States Army (Parachute troops)
Novelist Vereen Bell guides trip into Georgia's watery wilderness
118
Okefenokee Swamp (Ga. and Fla.)