Life Magazine, May 26, 1972 - Cornelia Wallace with wounded husband George

Life Magazine, May 26, 1972 - Cornelia Wallace with wounded husband George

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

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

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

Original Life Magazine from May 19, 1972 - The Population Riddle: Baby
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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
What will happen to American life if each family has one child? or two? or three? The president and Vietnam. Mine disaster at Sunshine Silver Mine in Kellogg, Idaho - photo of waiting relatives. Full page color photo of Wilt Chamberlain, basketball player. Two page color photo of the sinking "Carthaginian" square-rigger. Anti-war demonstrators block the Southern Pacific railroad. The war against children - a compassionate juvenile court judge tries to help tomorrow's criminals, Judge Polier. Photos and clips from 1937, 35 years ago in LIFE, includes the Hindenburg airship disaster. Yet another excellent two page Pan Am airlines ad - they are the best. The "weaker sex" comes on strong - weight training for figure control, proving that females won't bulk up. Shirley Radl and NON, Non-parents. Strange new conveniences for life on the water, including Aquaskims - shoes for walking on water, floating camping trailers and more. Harold Geneen, chairman of ITT. Pioneer spacecraft on way to Jupiter. Parting shot - Chess champion Bobby Fischer trains.
18,000,000 images plus a little gravy
3
Doris O'NEIL, Life (Periodical)
Play it again, Sam
18
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Wonderful world of Disney
18
Television program reviews
Social crime of growing old
22
Simone de Beauvoir (French novelist and philosopher.); 1908-1986, Old age
Weeder's digest
28
Weeds
Crucial math of motherhood
46
United States Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, Birth order
War against children: a compassionate judge
54
Justine Wise Polier; 1903-1987, Juvenile courts, New York (N.Y.) (Courts)
Weaker sex comes on strong
67
Women (Physical fitness)
Down to the sea in shoes
73
Boats and boating (Equipment)
Harold Geneen has no time to be nice
78
Harold S. Geneen (American financier.), ITT Corporation
35 years ago in Life
32
Hindenburg (Airship)
Escalation in Vietnam: how the President made up his mind
38
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Strategy)
Vietnam tragedy
42
Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (American participation)
Far out Pioneer
82
Space flight to Jupiter
Chess champion Bobby Fischer is deep in training
85
Bobby Fischer (American chess player.); 1943-2008