Life Magazine, May 26, 1952 - Stewart Granger

Life Magazine, May 26, 1952 - Stewart Granger

Life Magazine, May 12, 1952 - General Matthew Ridgway

Life Magazine, May 12, 1952 - General Matthew Ridgway

Life Magazine, May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima

Original Life Magazine from May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima
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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
Great photos of young boys auditioning for part in Treasure Island - Peter Avramo gets the part. Aircraft carrier Wasp gets a new bow from Hornet. St. Stephen's Cathedral bell is repaired and returned to Vienna. Communist China holds US citizens (named photos of prisoners) - Father Greene is released. WOW - crash photo at the Oakland, California car race track, includes mention of Al Foster and Rod Zanoline. Full page color Cole of California ad with ladies in the most beautiful pink and purple swimming suits, art by Ron Wicks. Large model of Niagara Falls helps scientists chart currents. Tom Coleman from Canon City, Colorado captures a mountain lion. My memories of Renoir by Jean Renoir - great photos and samples of art. Panty raids at University of Nebraska. Odie Newell and his race horse Gift Silver does not win the Kentucky Derby. Broadway critic Tom Prideaux reviews current remakes. Two page B&W Ballantine Ale ad featuring a written endorsement from James Michener. In Peru and Bolivia - people chew coca leaves to escape cold and hunger - photos by Eliot Elisofon. Orlon - a new miracle fabric gets a $100,000 party at Waldorf-Astoria. A policy of boldness - republican foreign affairs by John Foster Dulles, with great cartoon by Walt Kelly. Two page color Douglas aircraft ad with nice art by Frederick Siebel. Two page color ad for Expanding Marine Aviation with the Sikorsky helicopter art by Moore. Way cool photo of horse roller skating - Jimmy, owner Albert McAlexander of Carysville, Ohio.
Speaking of pictures, try outs for television role in Treasure island
22
Peter AVRAMO, Acting, Children as actors and actresses
Heat wave hits the political South
29
Estes Kefauver; 1903-1963, Richard B. Russell; 1897-1971, Primaries
Republicans and the South
34
Presidential candidates (1952), Southern States (Politics and government)
Sunday traffic tie-up
35
Automobile racing
Fast graft for the Wasp
36
Aircraft carriers, Ships (Maintenance and repair)
My memories of Renoir
90
Auguste Renoir; 1841-1919
Powdered streaks
101
Hairstyling
Nebraska apes Michigan
105
University of Nebraska--Lincoln, College students
This movie kiss grew hotter
111
KERIMA (Miriam Charriere), Kissing
Outcast of the islands
111
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Washington sees Call me madam
45
John W. Meyer, Washington (D.C.) (Social life and customs)
Red China's captive Americans
51
Robert W. GREENE, Americans (China), Missionaries
Smoky spook
57
Firefighters, Chelsea (Mass.)
At laughably low prices
63
Bob ELLIOTT, Ray Goulding; 1922-1990, Television broadcasting (Comedy programs)
Little Niagara
73
Hydraulic models
Between bliss and bondage
79
Francisco Antonio de ALENCAR, Prisons (Brazil)
Sport with a lion
85
Pumas
Odie's Derby dream
117
Odie NEWELL, Horse racing, Horses
This is where I came in
123
Drama (Themes), Theater
Fanfare for a new fabric
142
Orlon, Textile fabrics (Testing)
Policy of boldness
146
International relations, Soviet Union (Foreign relations), United States (Foreign relations)
Life goes to a college joust
164
BETHANY college, Bethany (W. Va.), Student activities
Merrily he rolls along
168
Horses