Life Magazine, May 22, 1939 - World's Fair guide

Life Magazine, May 22, 1939 - World's Fair guide

Life Magazine, May 1, 1939 - Joe DiMaggio, baseball

Life Magazine, May 1, 1939 - Joe DiMaggio, baseball

Life Magazine, May 15, 1939 - Anne Lindbergh

Original Life Magazine from May 15, 1939 - Anne Lindbergh
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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
Cartoons of "Old Bill" by Bruce Bairnsfather. Full page Cottons by Pepperell ad with illustration by Binder. New York opens the gates to the World of Tomorrow. Alfonso of Spain dons the robe of a Grand Master. Lindbergh dons Army uniform. Miami Klan tries to scare Negro vote - Ku Klux Klan - They failed, it was the biggest Negro vote in Miami history. Edward C. Read, head of fun-loving Harvard Lampoon, disguises himself to win Wellesley hoop-rolling contest. Five thousand Cleveland boys do mass calisthenics. Utah girls compete in posture parade, Brigham Young Stadium. Full page color Firestone tires ad with images of champion race drivers, including Louis Unser, Lou Schneider, Frank Lockhart, many more. Full page color Calvert ad with illustration of a Fennee (like a little fox with enormous ears). Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic act clamps down on cosmetic miracle claims. "Teddy Roosevelt in Panama," painting by Edward Laning. Two page photo of model of Solomon's Temple from the World's Fair. American parents adopting children, seven page photo essay, includes famous foster parents Gracie Allen and George Burns, Bette Davis, Miriam Hopkins. Movie of the week, "Goodbye, Mr. Chips." Great Lord of French Morocco gives wives to his three sons. Close-up : Queen Mary. Short wave radio war uses a new kind of geography. Lou Nova trains by Yoga to beat Max Baer. Men's straw hats now come in fancy styles. A Paper festival in Savannah. Full page color ad for Nassau, Bahamas. Elegant full page Real Silk hosiery ad, woman on a silk chaise.