Life Magazine, May 19, 1972 - The Population Riddle: Baby

Life Magazine, May 19, 1972 - The Population Riddle: Baby

Life Magazine, May 5, 1972 - Gymnast Cathy Rigby

Life Magazine, May 5, 1972 - Gymnast Cathy Rigby

Life Magazine, May 12, 1972 - Vietnam soldier carries wounded buddy

Original Life Magazine from May 12, 1972 - Vietnam soldier carries wounded buddy
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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
Full page color AT&T ad with telephone lineman, installer Alana MacFarlane, yes - a woman. A great full page photo (the first time published) of Eleanor Roosevelt spoofing Whistler's Mother for Mother's day. The wild spooky jungle of Sumatra. John Connally's ranch party for Nixon. Photos and clips from 25 years ago, LIFE 1947, including Babe Ruth, baseball. Two page photo of Astronaut John Young jumping on the moon, Apollo 16. Despite massive use of US air power, the war in Vietnam takes a bad turn, incl. Anloc, Vietnam, includes some neat airplane and helicopter centered photos. No-fault auto insurance. Two page color Chevrolet ad with different wagons and trucks, main photo is Oak Creek Canyon in Arizona, also Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, Ecola State park, Good Harbor Beach, Trabuco Canyon. Elder citizens in Winter Park, Florida, includes Urda Wicks, Harvey Peck, Jess Bush, Becky Cotton, Rosa Thornton, Dessie Skinner and others. Huggable alphabet. Forty Chicago waiters take a crash course in the fine points of their trade. A feature on Sumatra. Froucho Marx visits Iowa STate University. Eye on the environment - the returnables. Great photo of a cat leaping out of a burning building, four stories unharmed.
Man who stayed in power
12
John Edgar Hoover; 1895-1972
Sixty minutes
20
Television broadcasting (News)
J. W. Coop
21
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Sugar
28
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Life theater review
28
Commune for old folks
53
Aged (Housing), Collective settlements
Huggables
59
Reading (Study and teaching, Aids and devices), Reading readiness
O'kay, you guys, be elegant!
65
Waiters and waitresses, Chicago (Ill.) (Restaurants)
Sumatra
68
Wildlife (Sumatra (Indonesia))
Returnables
79
Containers, Recycling
25 years ago in Life
30
Babe Ruth; 1895-1948
Nervous air mission to Anloc and back
36
United States Air Force (Forces in Vietnam), Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Aerial operations)
John Connally and Mrs Connally invite some friends in to meet the Nixons
45
John B. Connally (Jr., American governor, presidential adviser and Secretary of the treasury.), Richard Milhous Nixon (American president.); 1913-1994, Texans
Hard-eyed prosecutor wins as a novelist
81
George V. Higgins; 1939-1999
To Jane Muskie, primaries are no joke
81
Jane Muskie, Presidential campaigns (1972)
Secret word is Groucho, and he wins some Iowa hearts
82
Groucho Marx; 1891-1977