Life Magazine, December 28, 1959 - At leisure, double issue

Life Magazine, December 28, 1959 - At leisure, double issue

Life Magazine, October 26, 1959 - Charles Van Doren

Life Magazine, October 26, 1959 - Charles Van Doren

Life Magazine, November 9, 1959 - Marilyn Monroe jumping

Original Life Magazine from November 9, 1959 - Marilyn Monroe jumping
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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
Other celebrities leap for the camera, photos inside, including really nice photo of Princess Grace of Monaco, Brigitte Bardot. Two pictures combine into a new view of the moon, includes soviet view. Kaiser settles with the union but big steel continues battle. Pictorial essay - Baffling US art, part 1 - Abstract expressionists, Jackson Pollock. Photos of kids with really big bubbles, includes Helen Suydam, Charles New, Geoffrey and Kelly Langley, Gary Springer, Charlott and Charles New. De Gaulle's view of himself. Philippine dancers delight US. Best pancakes for all meals, includes lots of recipes. Neat full page Pontiac ad with art by Van Kaufman and Art Fitzpatrick. Discarded farm horse finds unexpected fame as a champion jumper, Harry de Lleyer and Snow Man. Designer Pauline Trigere. Nobel prize goes to Italian left-wing poet, Salvatore Quasimodo. New aerial camera snaps widest clear view yet from a jet. Farah Diba, soon to be bride of the Shah of Iran (see also December 7, 1959). Funny photo of fifth grader at Buckley School in NYC, flipped by a blocking dummy. Two page LIFE ad that includes the "First LIFE", the comic magazine printed before the current 'news and general interest' magazine. Excellent full page color Canadian Club whisky ad with Henri Dufour and climbing partner aid climbing on an overhang (a significant roof) on the Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix.
Biggest bubbles
14
Soap bubbles and films
Hidden world is unveiled by Lunik camera
20
Space flight to the moon, Space photography, Moon (Photographs)
Russians pack a planetarium
24
Planetariums
First pictures of Russian astronauts
26
Astronauts
Trade drain: handle with care
30
Balance of payments, Commerce, United States (Commerce)
Roundup: best pancakes for all meals
52
Pancakes
Old nag's long jump from plow
63
Harry DE LEYER, Horses
Baffling U.S. art: what it is about
68
Jackson Pollock; 1912-1956, Art, Abstract
Shy and turbulent man who became a myth
79
Jackson Pollock; 1912-1956
Prizewinner's lasting luxury
83
Pauline Trigere; 1908-2002, Fashion
H.C.L: as ever, a live issue
30
Cost and standard of living
Small break in a bitter strike
35
Kaiser Steel Corp, Strikes (Steel workers)
Steel executive blasts the union's demands
38
United Steelworkers of America, Steel workers (Salaries)
Top union strategist slaps steel and law
43
Strikes (Steel workers)
Kaiser claims he has an answer
44
Collective labor agreements
Philippine dancers delight the U.S.
47
Dance, Philippine
Mouse that roared
91
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
New Nobel literary row
94
Salvatore Quasimodo (Italian poet.); 1901-1968, Nobel prizes
Why in the world are the Windsors jumping?
101
Portrait photography
De Gaulle view of himself
110
Joseph Stalin; 1879-1953, World War, 1939-1945 (Diplomatic history, France)
Shah's happiest return
127
consort of Mohammed Riza Pahlevi FARAH (shah of Iran), Mohammed Reza Pahlavi (Shah of Iran); 1919-1980