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Life Magazine, November 23, 1959 - The Sound of Music

Original Life Magazine from November 23, 1959 - The Sound of Music
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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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$19.95
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
Cranberry growers argue with Arthur S. Flemming about aminotriazole, nice feature on cranberries. Politics 1960 - first round primary campaigning begins. Disk Jockey Ed Mckenzie reveals the music industry dirty tricks. Navy League Ball in Los Angeles raises money for charity - Rear Admiral Julian Becton. Baby sitter club trades out baby sitting duties. Photo of Richard Nixon playing golf. Hockey Goalie Jacques Plante wears a new safety face mask. Laotian wedding in Luang Prabang Royal Palace - great photos. Unfair tax laws. Very neat RCA Victor 12 page insert for Christmas TV gifts. Special Christmas gift photo gallery of Toys for all ages. Top toymaker Louis Marx gives advice on buying the best toys. Hankerin for a Hunkerin - the new college fad of sociable squatting. "Sound of Music" broadway hit with Mary Martin, Richard Rogers, Lewis Calisch, Joe Layton. Leopoldo Pietro Saterno and Aurelio Gandini and $340,000 for San Marco village. World Birth Control Challenge, by Robert Coughlan, comic art by E.R. Does. Rhodes scholar and West Pointer Pete Dawkins finds a new life and sport, rugby. Social wigs are in Boston. Charming photo of C. B. Ward and Dale Ward, having lunch in the midst of tearing down a house, sitting in and on loose tub.
Mercy, ma! no cranberries?
28
Cranberries, Food contamination, Amitrole
Politics 1960: first round begins
36
Presidential campaigns (1960)
Thanksgiving 1959
40
Pilgrims (New England colonists), Thanksgiving Day
Gimme, gimme, gimme on the old payola
45
Bribery, Disc jockeys
Deejay's expose and views of the trade
46
Edmond T. McKenzie MCKENZIE
Dolls which delight little girls
114
Dolls
Top toymaker's buying guide
119
Louis MARX
Hankerin' for hunkerin'.
125
Fads, Student activities
Smash-hit reunion
137
Mary Martin; 1913-1990, Theater (Production and direction)
Sound of music
137
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Are you a pet or a patsy?
51
Income tax (Deductions)
White fleet boost
64
Fund raising
Baby-sitting with bylaws
69
Baby sitters
Ghostly Montreal goalie
75
Hockey players, Masks
Many joys of varied toys
104
Toys
$340,000 miracle for San Marco
151
Joseph SATURNO, Victor SATURNO, San Marco d'Urri (Italy)
World birth control challenge
158
Birth control, Overpopulation
Top cadet at Oxford
179
Peter M. DAWKINS, University of Oxford, Foreign studentsGreat Britain
Social wigs wag in Boston
185
SHATTUCK, George, Entertaining