Life Magazine, June 3, 1940 - Statue of Liberty

Life Magazine, June 3, 1940 - Statue of Liberty

Life Magazine, April 29, 1940 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, April 29, 1940 - Winston Churchill

Life Magazine, May 13, 1940 - Silk shawls in fashion

Original Life Magazine from May 13, 1940 - Silk shawls in fashion
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Excellent Condition (2 Available)
$29.95
These issues are extremely nice. These are in amazing condition and are great for framing or giving as a cherished gift. Some may have very minor defects and address labels.
Good Condition (3 Available)
$21.95
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
The war in Scandinavia - 6 articles including King Haakon, Trondheim, Baisy Harriman. Glowworm survivors, British destroyer sunk by Germans. "Ile de France" sails carrying planes for Allies. Photo of a coal train rolling through Brenner Pass into Italy. New York World's fair is ready to reopen. Close-up : Wendell Willkie. Photo essay - the men of Sweden. Exercise study at Minnesota University. Horse Seabiscuit becomes Father of Five. New Mexico - America's Southwest celebrates its antiquity. How a night club in Chicago is run on a $30,000 monthly gross - Harry's New Yorker. Nazi War film pictures cowed neutrals. Life calls on Billy Rose and wife. Nice color Packard car ad, red car with lighthouse. Also red Hudson, Oldsmobile and Chevrolet car ads - red must have been the color of the week. Half page Linit soap (?) ad with practically naked lady. Two page (one in color) Texaco ad with mother holding sleeping child en route to rest rooms. Very pretty full page color Real Silk Hosiery ad with bride and groom. LOVELY full page color Chesterfield cigarettes ad with Elaine Shepard in a gold circle dress, definetely framable.
Portrait
4
George Fielding Eliot; 1894-1971
Famine in Russia
11
Soviet Union (Social conditions)
McNary's chances
14
Charles Linza McNary; 1874-1944
Nazi war film, Baptism of fire, cowed neutrals
18
World War, 1939-1945 (Propaganda, Germany)
Blitzkrieg machines give Germans victory over allies in Norway
25
World War, 1939-1945 (Norway)
Shawls, the newest accessory gag, sell well but make little sense
64
Shawls
Seabiscuit becomes the father of five
68
Race horses
America's Southwest celebrates its antiquity
70
New Mexico
How a night club in Chicago is run on a $30,000 monthly gross
78
Charlie HEPP, Nightclubs
Men of Sweden
88
Swedes, Sweden
Virginia editor uses Civil war to clarify war news from Europe
41
Douglas Southall Freeman; 1886-1953
In first current war play, There shall be no night, the Lunts stir Broadway
48
World War, 1939-1945, in drama
There shall be no night
48
Robert E. Sherwood; 1896-1955, Theater reviews (Single works)
My favorite wife
55
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Exercise study at Minnesota university has athletes performing as guinea pigs
58
University of Minnesota, Athletes, Physical examinations
Wendell Willkie, a big businessman with liberal ideas, gets a Republican presidential boom
96
Wendell Lewis Willkie; 1892-1944
Billy Rose and wife
112
Eleanor HOLM, Billy Rose; 1899-1966
John Carroll's glamorous Pinky dominates Detroit art exhibition
118
John Carroll; 1892-1959
Boxing chipmunks
122
Chipmunks