Life Magazine, June 2, 1952 - Party clothes, fashion

Life Magazine, June 2, 1952 - Party clothes, fashion

Life Magazine, May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima

Life Magazine, May 19, 1952 - Starlet Kerima

Life Magazine, May 26, 1952 - Stewart Granger

Original Life Magazine from May 26, 1952 - Stewart Granger
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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
Very funny photo of woman offering baseball umpire her glasses. Half page Bromo-Seltzer ad with New York Giants baseball player Bobby Thomson. Campuses enjoy a riotous spring, lots of panty raids. Lovely full page color Lustre-creme shampoo ad with a luminous Elizabeth Taylor. Best fire photos of the year, Kansas City flood fire, Stevens Point (Wisconsin), Worthington (Minnesota), ship F.L. Hayes. Air landing at the Pole, T-3. Airlift at a laboratory, food for lab animals at Lederle Lab. Supreme court gets a momentous steel case. Alighiero Tondi, a Roman priest, denounces Church and goes communist. Citizen MacArthur speaks up. Bertrand Russell is 80. Full page color Old Gold cigarettes ad with golfing theme. Tafts of Cincinnati - photo essay. Ring racketeers must go by NYs boxing commissioner. My rugged education in Boxing by Robert Christenberry. New looks at A-bomb. S.M.U. sets up its sororities. Natural foods. Neat article about small factory that makes plastic human skeletons, Dr. Wendell Lowrey. Another sexy full page color Jantzen swim suit ad with art by Pete Hawley. Full page color Gibson cards ad with art by Lucia. Architect Frederick Kiesler. Choeropsis Liberiensis - the pygmy hippopotamus. Johnny Longden, jockey. Another curious full page color S&W juices ad with art by Kapralik.
Speaking of pictures, best fire photographs of the year
16
Fires (Photographs), Photography (Competitions)
U.S. gets booby-trapped by reds
23
Francis Townsend DODD, Korean War, 1950-1953 (Prisoners and prisons)
Bertrand Russell is 80
26
Bertrand Russell (British philosopher.); 1872-1970
Fish and foreign policy
26
Tariff (United States)
Campuses enjoy a riotous spring
28
College students
New looks at the a-bomb
49
Nuclear weapons (Testing)
Ersatz skeletons
65
Skeleton
Gallant Granger
71
Stewart Granger; 1913-1993
Scaramouche
72
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Meant to be lived in
79
Frederick Kiesler, Art, Modern
Air landing at the Pole
32
North Pole
Airlift at a laboratory
32
Strikes (Chemical workers)
Supreme court gets momentous steel case
34
United States Supreme Court, Industry and state
Frustrated steelworkers sound off at convention
36
Steel workers
Citizen MacArthur speaks up
41
Douglas MacArthur; 1880-1964, Presidential candidates (1952)
Jesuit goes Communist
47
Alighiero TONDI, Communists
Why is this choeropsis liberiensis worried?
86
Hippopotamus
Old jockey's big day
99
Johnny Longden; 1907-2003, Horse racing
Tafts of Cincinnati
105
TAFT, Alphonse, family, Cincinnati (Ohio)
One Taft may be governor
110
Charles P. Taft; 1897-1983
My rugged education in boxing
114
New York (State) Athletic Commission, Crime and criminals (New York (State)), Boxing
Life goes to a fifth grade play
132
College and school drama