Life Magazine, November 13, 1964 - Lyndon B. Johnson - H. H. Humphrey

Life Magazine, November 13, 1964 - Lyndon B. Johnson - H. H. Humphrey

Life Magazine, October 30, 1964 - Don Schollander, olympics

Life Magazine, October 30, 1964 - Don Schollander, olympics

Life Magazine, November 6, 1964 - Actress Shirley Eaton

Original Life Magazine from November 6, 1964 - Actress Shirley Eaton
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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
Love songs to the automobile. 24 hour underground vigil with the instant-firing Minuteman missile. How Khrushchev lost to his marshals. Full page color Aristocrat carpet ad with fish bowl full of carpet pieces. Nightmare finish to a lineman's dream run, Jim Marshall scores a 61 yard run touchdown for the wrong football team. Deaf football team of Gallaudet College, did you know Gallaudet is credited with inventing the huddle? Fur collection of Barbra Streisand.TV ratings turned upside-down, old favorites turned over for Bonanza, Bewitched, Gomer Pyle, the Addams Family and The Munsters. Intriguing photo of hamster in a goldfish bowl, using superthin membranes to help man live underwater? Moscow's fur coats for children inspiring new American trend. Spurned Nobel Prize, Jean-Paul Sartre turns down literature award, photo in this article of words 'I love you' written in sand of "Colorado desert," now Great Sand Dunes National Park. The captive Killer Whale "Molly Doll."James Bond against Goldfinger. The Gillis family of Richmond, Virginia, make their own goodwill journey by covered wagon to Moscow.
Whatever happened to the wild blue yonder?
3
Richard STOLLEY
Wilson's attempt to export a problem
4
Sir Harold Wilson; 1916-1995, Great Britain (Economic policy)
Friendly lynch scene. or How to kill a script
12
Max Wylie; 1904-1975
How beastly are the British?
15
London (England) (Theater)
Love songs to the carburetor
33
Popular music
TV is thrown into upside down panic
49
Television program reviews
Gills for a hamster
55
Membranes (Technology), Oxygen equipment
Saturday's silent heroes
59
Gallaudet College, Football
Existentialism
86
Jean Paul Sartre (French novelist and philosopher.); 1905-1980, Existentialism
Dealing with earthly hells
98
How it feels to hold the nuclear trigger
34
Guided missile bases (Crews), Guided missiles
World filled with tension and a high whine
36
Khrushchev's losing fight with his marshals
42
Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev (Soviet communist leader.); 1894-1971, Leonid Il'ich Brezhnev (Soviet communist leader.); 1906-1982, Soviet Union (Defenses), United States (Defenses)
Lovable killer
113
Whales
Goldfinger
116
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Prairie schooner rolls into Moscow
121
Leon GILLIS, Foreign visitors (Soviet Union)