Life Magazine, December 1, 1998 - How People Think Of God

Life Magazine, December 1, 1998 - How People Think Of God

Life Magazine, October 1, 1998 - John Glenn, Back To Space

Life Magazine, October 1, 1998 - John Glenn, Back To Space

Life Magazine, November 1, 1998 - Christopher Reeve

Original Life Magazine from November 1, 1998 - Christopher Reeve
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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
Thanksgiving : 100 best things about America now. Keiko goes home to Iceland. Christopher Reeve counts his blessings. Former prostitutes - quitting the streets, Agnes MercurioNichole Sylvia-Zeno, Norma Hotaling, Autumn Burris, Betty Ricks - good for them, they look happier now! Four adventurers cross the Atlantic in a homemade raft, Betsy Terrell, David Pearlman, Rodger Doncaster, Edward Garry, the Floating Neutrinos. Backstage at the Emmys. Residents of a fading Florida community make a stand to save it, Stiltsville. Wonderful photo of dinosaur trackway in Bolivia. Verna Johnston, California environmentalist. Very attractive if austere Volkswagen beetle ad, two page, one page color. Two page State Farm insurance ad featuring football coach Eddie Robinson. Two page color MasterCard ad showing lines of South Africans waiting to vote. Gruesome photo of partly completed graft of living hand and arm onto another patient, Clint Hallam. Two page color aerial photo of a row of barns in the Dominican Republic blown away by Hurrican Georges. Photo from the Most Kissable Bald Head contest, kisser Rhonda Taylor. A day in the life of midwife David Paad of Arnold, Maryland. Senate candidate Fred Tuttle - great article. Keiko the killer whale moves from Newport, Oregon to Heimaey, Iceland, Free Willy - multiple photos in colorful Iceland. LIFE's legendary photographers talk : Edward Clark (segregation), Alfred Eisenstaedt (Hitler), Carl Mydans (POW's), Peter Stackpole (Undressing), Jack Birns (severed head, General Ting), Martha Holmes (UnAmerican hearings), and John Dominis (Leopard). Full page photo of Shirley Chisholm, historic African American politician.
Table of Contents for this issue is coming soon.