Life Magazine, December 7, 1959 - Shah's fiancee

Life Magazine, December 7, 1959 - Shah's fiancee

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

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

Life Magazine, November 30, 1959 - Prettiest postage, stamps

Original Life Magazine from November 30, 1959 - Prettiest postage, stamps
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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
Very cute full page color Tussy cleansing cream ad. The farm surplus you're paying, Part 1 of a series on the no. 1 campaign issue. The wrong oil paralyzes 10,000 in Morocco - cooking oil diluted with aircraft oil. Heartbreak of hunter Harlow Curtice, after accidentally shooting friend Harry Anderson. Very different and interesting two page color General Electric washing machine ad, a style I've never seen. The pioneering ‘59ers, now only 13, dig in for their first grim winter in Alaska (see LIFE march 16, 1959 and others this year). Editorial - Space, an American necessity. Pictorial essay - stamps from around the world. Photo essay - Stirring spirit passed to Marine leaders of today, includes Michael Gering. The improbable rebels of the Beat Generation, Beatniks, lots of great slang in this article. Basketball rookie Wilt Chamberlain has a leap that no one can stop. Movie "On the Beach" impagines man's last hours before atomic extinction. Rich gowns at luxurious parties in color. A sundae sculptor - John Michopoulos in his ice cream parlor in Colorado Springs.
Portraits of an inward power
12
Yousuf Karsh; 1908-2002
Portrait
12
Jean Sibelius (Finnish composer.); 1865-1957, Ernest Hemingway (American novelist and short story writer.); 1899-1961
Mighty machines' mass output
24
Agricultural equipment
Farm problem
24
Agriculture
Farmer in the dough
30
John Edward O'NEILL, Cotton
Leap that no one can stop
57
Wilt Chamberlain; 1936-1999, Basketball
Beauty in stamps
77
Postage stamps
Laothian idyl in paintings
86
Marc LEGUAY
On the beach
93
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Tough producer and tough topic
96
Stanley Kramer; 1913-2001, Motion picture production and direction
Wrong kind of oil paralyzes 10,000
32
Crime and criminals (Morocco), Paralysis
Big cheat in meat exposed
34
Butchers, Cheating, Meat markets
Space: an American necessity
36
Space flight
Hunter's heartbreak
41
Harry William ANDERSON, Harlow H. Curtice; 1893-1962, Hunting (Accidents and injuries)
'59ers, now thirteen dig in for winter
49
Homesteads, Alaska
Stirring spirit lifted higher
101
United States Marine Corps
Young man taking hold
104
Michael Steacey GERING
Midwestern cardinals
112
Cardinals
Only rebellion around
114
Beat generation
Dress-up time across U.S.
133
United States (Social life and customs)