Life Magazine, October 13, 1972 - S.S. Luisitania

Life Magazine, October 13, 1972 - S.S. Luisitania

Life Magazine, September 29, 1972 - POW wife

Life Magazine, September 29, 1972 - POW wife

Life Magazine, October 6, 1972 - Dallas Cowboy's tackle Bob Lilly, football

Original Life Magazine from October 6, 1972 - Dallas Cowboy's tackle Bob Lilly, football
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Excellent Condition (6 Available)
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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.
Good Condition (8 Available)
$15.95
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
Rough, tough NFL pros - a gallery of Sunday heroes without their masks or pads, Dick Butkus, Larry Csonka, Alan Page, Bob Lilly, Charlie Sanders, Willie Lanier. Bright children who can't learn and how to help them, includes Center School in New Jersey - this is a big piece. Way cool, 2Neat two page photo of Lime-Yellow fire truck, Freeport, New York. Two page photo - Fiery plane crash in California, F86 Sabrejet crashes into ice cream parlor. North Vietnam lives with the bombing. PHotos and clips from 1951. George McGovern fights to survive his early mistakes. Supergraphics spruce up old city buildings, murals by Alexander Pollock. Jerome Holland becomes director of New York stock exchange. Retrospectively odd full page Vantage cigarettes ad that rather poo-poos the idea of giving up smoking because it is unhealthy. Nice full page color L&M cigarettes ad with parachutist. Mark Spitz is worth $5 million. Neat full page color Canadian Club ad inside back cover with Jeff Jobe (Seattle) hang gliding with skis in New Zealand.
Getting gentle bruisers to say AAGGHH!
3
Max Waldman; 1919-1981
Coalition of work
12
Presidential campaigns (1972)
Terror, live and in color: the Olympics
17
Television broadcasting (Sports)
Separate peace
22
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
In an enemy country
36
Marc Riboud; 1923-., Vietnamese, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Aerial operations)
Credibility gulf
48
George Stanley McGovern; 1922-., Presidential campaigns (1972)
Agony of learning
57
Minimal brain dysfunction, Special education
Soft sell on walls
71
Mural painting and decoration
Six pros tougher than tough
76
Max Waldman; 1919-1981, Football players
Woody Allen, no longer the closet clarinetist
85
Woody Allen
Prospering politicians
46
Political candidates
For adults only
46
Pornography
All-American story of the first Negro who
85
Jerome H. Holland; 1916-1985