Life Magazine, October 15, 1945 - Fall jewelry in fashion

Life Magazine, October 15, 1945 - Fall jewelry in fashion

Life Magazine, October 1, 1945 - June Allyson

Life Magazine, October 1, 1945 - June Allyson

Life Magazine, October 8, 1945 - General Eichelberger

Original Life Magazine from October 8, 1945 - General Eichelberger
In stock
SKU
LM-100845-GP
Grouped product items
Excellent Condition (1 Available)
$29.95
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 (7 Available)
$21.95
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
Full page color Capehart ad with "So There may be a flowering" by Bernard Lamotte. Attractive, very yellow full page color Niblets corn ad. The Tokyo express to Hiroshima, Japan's best train. Photo - Paddy Devereaux greets his father James Devereux. Mass murderess at Belsen, Irma Grese, among other atrocities she tied legs of pregnant women together so they were unable to give birth and died in agony. The baseball season ends in an argument, Charlie Grimm, Chicago Cubs. American artists record the battles in the Pacific, including David Fredenthal, Dwight Shepler, George Haring, Edward Grigware, Frede Vidar, Aaron Bohrod, Barse Miller, Paul Sample, Edward Millman, Mitchell Jamieson. Fur Hats. J Arthur Rank, English movie maker. Jewish New Year in Berlin. Bambi Lynn of Brooklyn dances on Broadway. Educating Hitler Youth, lots of photos with names. The famous Waldorf-Astoria. Movie - The house on 92nd street. Texas raises first US silk. A grape crush at Gallo vineyards in California. How the world didn't end by Claude Stanush. Frank Lloyd Wright's new Modern art museum
New art museum will be New York's strangest building: building to house the Solomon R. Guggenheim collection
12
Frank Lloyd Wright; 1867-1959, Museums (Architecture)
How world didn't end
16
Charles G. LONG, End of the world, Prophecies
Tokyo express
27
Japan (Description and travel)
Urgent business
36
Reconstruction (1939-1951), United States (Economic relations)
Mass murderess
40
World War, 1939-1945 (War criminals)
Pacific war recorded by American artists
58
World War, 1939-1945 (Art, Campaigns and battles, Pacific)
Educating Hitler youth
75
PRISON schools for Germans
House on 92nd street
91
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Waldorf-Astoria
98
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
J. Arthur Rank has begun to give Hollywood its first real competition
106
Joseph Arthur Rank Rank (1st Baron); 1888-1972, Motion picture industry, Motion pictures (Great Britain)
Baseball season ends in argument
43
Baseball
Jewish New Year in Berlin
49
Judaism
Bambi Linn of Brooklyn dances on Broadway
55
Bambi LINN
Dame May Whitty acts at 80
57
May Whitty (Dame); 1865-1948
Texas raises first big U.S. crop of silk
123
Silkworms, Texas (Industries)
Life goes to a grape crush
130
Grapes, California (Social life and customs)
Corporal Rahaman's pay
134
Red Cross, India (Description and travel)