Life Magazine, May 21, 1971 - Lyndon B. Johnson back home

Life Magazine, May 21, 1971 - Lyndon B. Johnson back home

Life Magazine, May 7, 1971 - Feminist Germaine Greer

Life Magazine, May 7, 1971 - Feminist Germaine Greer

Life Magazine, May 14, 1971 - Carol Burnett

Original Life Magazine from May 14, 1971 - Carol Burnett
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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.
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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
Book Review - Carlos Castaneda's " A Separate Reality" . Young demonstrators unsuccessfully try to shut down Washington, photos include Police Chief Jerry Wilson, Deputy Chief Ted Zanders, Dr. Herbert Hazelkorn, Chinook helicopter and marines. Rather charming full page New York Life insurance ad with young man and father doing push-ups. Full page VW ad with Lake Erie Junio Nature and Science Center van and zoo animals, Bay Village, Ohio. Full page Firestone tires ad with race car driver Al Unser. Biafra, one year later. Two page Pan Am airlines ad with 1939 Pan Am Dixie Clipper and a new flight simulator for space travel. New York City program for training men to be registered nurses, photos include Mrs. Joyce Hope and Mike Garone (currently a policeman), David Hinson. Charles Evers starts long-shot campaign to be black governor of Mississippi. Bill Graham, proprietor of the Fillmores East and West, leaves rock concert business. Mint 400 off-road car race over the desert north of Las Vegas. Groovy Christians of Rye, New York, photos include : Kris Skedgell, Steve Heefner, Dr. Victor Paul Wierville. A new underwater game, the Octopush, underwater hockey.
President wants firm law enforcement
3
Jerry Vernon WILSON
Once again, witless violence
4
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Protest movements)
Gallery
8
Stan Wayman photographs a sea otter's leisurely lunch
Marcus Welby, M.D.
18
Television program reviews
Day Washington did not shut down
30
Washington (D.C.) (Protests, demonstrations, etc)
Black governor for Mississippi?
59
Charles Evers; 1922-., Mississippi (Politics and government)
Goodbye to rock
62
Bill Graham, Concerts, Impresarios
Dust racing: the Mint 400
70
Motor vehicle racing
Groovy Christians of Rye, N.Y.
78
Youth (Religious life), RYE (N.Y.) (Religion)
Octopush
89
Aquatic sports
Biafra one year later
40
Children (Nigeria)
Not so affluent society
42
Income
Mike the cop studies to be Mike the nurse
47
Michael GARONE, Nurses and nursing (Study and teaching)
Here's to you, Mrs Hamilton
92
Carol Burnett, Joe Hamilton; d. 1991
Her idea of grandeur is a home with a backyard
97
Parting shots: streetcar named disgrace
99
Alexander Dubcek