Life Magazine, December 1, 1972 - Harry S. Truman

Life Magazine, December 1, 1972 - Harry S. Truman

Life Magazine, November 17, 1972 - Richard M. Nixon

Life Magazine, November 17, 1972 - Richard M. Nixon

Life Magazine, November 24, 1972 - George Wallace on the mend

Original Life Magazine from November 24, 1972 - George Wallace on the mend
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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
George Wallace fights back. Neat two page vertical color photo of football players Rich Glover and George Amundson, plus more, the Heisman trophy. Color photos from the ERTS satellite, including the Manicuagan meteor Crater in Quebec. Two page Tyco ad, one page lists dealers, the other is a very nice color scene of men playing with a toy train, art by W.T. Vinson. A book review for a book about the art of John Held, Jr. - his art shows up frequently in The First Life (see our companion store 2Neat.com). Harry Truman, by his loving daughter Margaret. Very pretty full page color Black Velvet whisky ad with woman in black velvet and white fur. Full page color La-Z-boy ad with Joe Namath, football player. Marine boot camp is still hell, Parris Island. The whole world is denim country - blue jeans are covering practically everything, Levi Strauss. Photos and clips from 1936, 36 years ago, the first year of LIFE. Goldfanger the Cat, Shiramir, Dr. Barry Thielke. Ann-Margret - recovery on a diet of liquid pizza. Fidel Castro brings a hijacking to an end, incl. pilot William Haas and passenger Frank Morkill. Funny duel at University of Hartford, Archibald Woodruff, Eric Litsky.
Back to boot camp with a not-so-green marine
1
Richard Lawrence STACK
Surveying our continent's crops and contours from 569 miles up
8
Earth (Photographs)
Post-election shootout
12
Democratic Party (U.S.), Presidential elections
Michelangelo of the flapper
20
John Held
Forbidden city
26
Television broadcasting (Documentary programs)
Where it began 122 years ago
52
Levi Strauss & Co
Harry S. Truman
58
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
How dad fought against his own nomination
58
Democratic national conventions, Vice-presidential candidates
Making marines
74
Richard Lawrence STACK, United States Marine Corps
Goldfanger the cat
85
Cats
Pippin
30
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
Scenes from our first issue
34
Margaret Bourke-White (American photographer.); 1904-1971, Life (Periodical)
George Wallace: I'm looking ahead
38
George Corley Wallace; 1919-1998, Paralytics (Rehabilitation)
World is blue-jean country now
48
Clothing and dress (Sports clothes), Denim
Fidel Castro brings hijacking to an end
87
Airplane hijacking
Ann-Margret: recovery on a diet of liquid pizza
87
Ann-Margret; 1941-.
Campus duel conducted in the very best taste
88
Eric LITSKY, Archibald M. Woodruff; 1912-1984, University of Hartford, Dueling