Life Magazine, December 2, 1946 - Ingrid Bergman

Life Magazine, December 2, 1946 - Ingrid Bergman

Life Magazine, November 4, 1946 - Palestine, camel

Life Magazine, November 4, 1946 - Palestine, camel

Life Magazine, November 11, 1946 - After-school models

Original Life Magazine from November 11, 1946 - After-school models
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Some of the contents in this issue
(This is the cover shown in the "cover portfolio" for the Regular North American edition for October 28, 1946). The content consists of part of that in the October 21, 1946 Regular and part of that in the October 28, 1946 issue. Content of this International Edition : Photo essay - Broadway theater goes highbrow. Realtor William Zeckendorf of New York City. Movie censorship. The one-room school, District School Number 94 near Pecatonica, Illinois, with photos of Miss ERna Meyer, Shirley Ackerman, Leland Meiers, Carolyn Morrison, Marilyn Baal, Carol Neuberger, Charles Buntjer, Homer Meiers, Nancy Fishe, Kenneth and Keith Fishe, others. Liquid heat - science. The correct time, National Observatory in Washington, D.C.. Very funny artwork contest - Lena the Hyena. Nazis are hanged, Ribbentrop, Keitel, Kaltenbrunner, Rosenberg, Frank, Frick, Streicher, Saukel, Jodl and Seyss-Inquart. US couple adopts French village, Girard and Kathleen Hale and Maille. Photo essay on Windsor Castle. Photo essay on Houston, Texas. French tapestries. Brogan clothes. Movie - The Dark Mirror. Almost no advertising. International Editions are much less common than the regular edition
Lop for president
2
S. FERDINAND-LOP, French students
Speaking of pictures
12
Isamu Noguchi; 1904-1988, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Road back to Berlin
29
Walter SANDERS, Berlin (Germany)
Our Germans
34
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Germany), Germany (History, Allied occupation, 1945-1955, Politics and government)
Picture of the week
35
Thomas SUPINA (jr)
New tricks for an old dog
57
Dogs (Training)
Truck roadeo
65
Automobile driving, Truck drivers
Atomic stakes
77
United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Atomic Development Authority (Proposed), Nuclear nonproliferation
Elisofon in Hollywood
85
Eliot Elisofon; 1911-1973, Color photography, Motion picture actors and actresses
Cherokee stickball
90
Cherokee Indians, Lacrosse
Moslems stone Nehru
36
Jawaharlal Nehru (Indian prime minister.); 1889-1964, MuslimsIndia, Hindus
Indiana skater
38
Roller skating
British rabbits
39
RABBITS and hares
Mountbatten marries
40
Patricia Edwina Victoria BRABOURNE
Egg-shaped car
42
Automobiles
British Cabinet wife
46
Emanuel SHINWELL
St Stephans
51
SAINT STEPHEN'S cathedral, Vienna, World War, 1939-1945 (Destruction and pillage)
Gertrude Atherton writes her 56th book
95
Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton; 1857-1948
Army blind school
101
Blind (Rehabilitation), Handicapped servicemen (Rehabilitation)
Big steel's men
107
Benjamin F. Fairless; 1890-1962, United States Steel Corp
Lindsay & Crouse
116
Russel Crouse; 1893-1966, Howard Lindsay; 1889-1968
Rochelle salt crystals
131
Crystallography
Chase
137
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life calls on a king for a day
142
Paul SHILOFF, Wayne State University