Life Magazine, May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima

Life Magazine, May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima

Life Magazine, May 5, 1952 - Diana Lynn

Life Magazine, May 5, 1952 - Diana Lynn

Life Magazine, May 12, 1952 - General Matthew Ridgway

Original Life Magazine from May 12, 1952 - General Matthew Ridgway
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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
Cartoonist draws Pogofenokee-land - Walk Kelly draws a two page comic. Meiji Park - Japanese Communists riot against the US occupation. Full page Champion Spark Plugs ad with various car racers and cars, Phil Walters, Briggs Cunningham, John Fitch. Aircraft Carrier Wasp collides with Rodman and Hobson on the Mediterranean Sea, awful photos of oil-covered seamen being rescued including James McIntyre, many died. Great photo of Easter Sunrise at Red Rocks in Denver. The Sherman Sequoia is 3500 years old by Noel F. Busch. Cute full page color Early Times whiskey ad with baseball theme sculpture. Softballer Ed Feigner is so good he plays with only half a team. 10 year old Hasan Kaptan paints great modern art. Johnnie Ray and Tallulah Bankhead hook up at the Copacabana. Full page color Mobilegas ad with southwest artwork by Melbourne Brindle. A tough man for a tough job - profile of Matt Ridgway by James Michener. Full page color US Brewers Foundation ad with flyfishing art by Douglass Crockwell. Two page color American Airlines ad with illustrations of fishing and beach vacations. Ted Williams hits a home run (baseball) and then goes into the Marines. Basque Shepherd works in the US - photos by Carl Mydans. How Stalin attempted to take of Yugoslavia and how Tito stopped him by Josip Broz-Tito. Fire Fightin Jelly Elliot - hillbilly singer.
Speaking of pictures
12
Walter Crawford KELLY; 1913-., Comic books, strips, etc
Rioting Japanese reds tee off on the Yankees on May day
24
Communism (Japan), Labor Day, Tokyo (Japan) (Riots)
Tito: ally, not friend
30
Josip Broz Tito; 1892-1980, Communism (Yugoslavia), United States (Foreign relations, Yugoslavia)
Straight and simple law
30
David Andrew PINE, Presidents (Powers and duties)
Tv performer conducts a tour and plays a tune
31
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
Middle-aged house
64
Repairing
Pitcher who needs only three teammates
79
Eddie Feigner (American softball player.), Softball
Young man of modern art
85
Hasan KAPTAN, Children's art
Tops in the dance
90
Ballet
Et tu, Tallulah?
101
Tallulah Bankhead; 1902-1968, Johnnie Ray; 1927-1990
Farewell to arms
32
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969
Wasp splits the Hobson
36
Collisions at sea
Out for women's vote
43
Presidential campaigns (1952)
Steel skips a beat
44
Steel workers (Salaries)
Easter sunrise
57
Easter
African prints for American women
59
Textile design
Tough man for a tough job
103
Matthew Bunker Ridgway (American general.); 1895-1993
Goodby wave and wallop
119
Ted Williams; 1918-.
Basque shepherd
124
Sheep herding, Shepherds
Tito speaks
130
Soviet Union (Foreign relations, Yugoslavia), Yugoslavia (Foreign relations, Soviet Union)
Life visits fire fightin' Jelly Elliott
150
Jelly Elliott ELLIOTT