Life Magazine, June 7, 1948 - Fashion T-shirts

Life Magazine, June 7, 1948 - Fashion T-shirts

Life Magazine, May 24, 1948 - Senator Vandenberg

Life Magazine, May 24, 1948 - Senator Vandenberg

Life Magazine, May 31, 1948 - Television ingenue Kyle MacDonnell

Original Life Magazine from May 31, 1948 - Television ingenue Kyle MacDonnell
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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
The country of Israel is born, the photos make it look like a difficult birth. Excellent full page color Texaco ad with hurdler (track running). Rather amazing photo of the ceiling of a part of Gordon castle at Fochabers, Scotland, covered with antlers. Nice full page color Oldsmobile futuramic ad with red convertible car and beach house designed by Vincent Kling. Shirley Temple has a baby. New discovery in blood diseases - Dr. Melvin Knisely. Marcus Hubbard and Ann Blyth in "Another Part of the Forest". The famous founder of Boys Town, Edward Joseph Flanagan, is buried, Omaha, Nebraska. The Atlantic Fleet - great illustration of all the ships. Parasols - a new fashion. A strange case of seduction in Moscow, James M. McMillin and Galya, as explained by Paul F. Beatley. Amateur sculptor - William Zorach. The poison penman (and unknown person writing nasty notes to the townsfolk) of Robin Hood's Bay, England. Soldiers of the Revolution by Archibald MacLeish - Daniel Waldo, Lem Cook, Sam Downing, Adam Link, Alexander Milliner, William Hutching. Pabst Blue Ribbon ad with Gregory Peck. De Beers with Miss Caroline Johnston portrait by Peter Lauck. Giant Wisteria vine in Sierra Madre California. VERY NEAT full page color ad for the 1948 Whizzer bike motor, looks like a motor meant to go on a bicycle to make a motorcycle of sorts. Chart of top US labor unions, with membership counts and much more. May dance party put on by Annie Ward Foster of Detroit.
Speaking of pictures
14
Castles
Israel is born in travail and hope
21
Israel-Arab War, 1948-1949, Israel
State of Israel
28
Israel
Picture of the week
28
Roach F. STEELE
Boys town buries Father Flanagan
30
Edward Joseph Flanagan; 1886-1948
Reds parade on May day
60
Communism (Europe)
Another part of the forest
63
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Atlantic fleet
68
Steamships and steamboats
Parasols
72
Umbrellas
Sculpture lesson
75
William Zorach (American sculptor and painter.); 1887-1966, Modeling
Stassen upsurge halted by Dewey
32
Thomas Edmund Dewey; 1902-1971, Harold E. Stassen
Shirley Temple's baby
34
Shirley Temple Black; 1928-.
Strange case of seduction in Moscow
39
James M. MCMILLIN, Americans (Soviet Union)
Portrait
39
Dunaeva BICONISH, John BICONISH, Arthur PATRICK
Vicar exorcises a poison penman at Robin Hood's Bay, England
45
Anonymous letters
Blood sludge
49
Blood (Agglutination)
Top U.S. labor unions
80
Labor (Statistics), Labor unions
Television find
83
Kyle MACDONNELL, Television program reviews
Last soldiers of the Revolution
88
United States (History, Personal narratives, Revolution, 1775-1783)
Life goes to a party
99
Detroit (Mich.) (Social life and customs)
Wandering wistaria
106
Wisteria