Life Magazine, October 19, 1953 - Age of mammals

Life Magazine, October 19, 1953 - Age of mammals

Life Magazine, September 28, 1953 - Biarritz ball

Life Magazine, September 28, 1953 - Biarritz ball

Life Magazine, October 12, 1953 - Bare backs, fashion

Original Life Magazine from October 12, 1953 - Bare backs, fashion
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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
Color ad Aero Willys - This my wife would never understand. Photos - Dimah the diving horse - 40 ft jump. International Longshoreman Association is on strike - Paul Hall. Umpire view photos of world series. Cute full page color REO trucks ad with three bears, art by Pinson. Piccard descends 2 miles in bathyscape. Senator Joe McCarthy weds Jean Kerr. Elephant Walk movie review. New pig feeds speeds growth. President's plane Columbine with Captain William G. Draper. Striped Bass fishing in Martha's Vineyard, includes Bud Oliver. Writers records their works, Edith Sitwell, Osbert Sitwell, Edna Ferber, John Steinbeck, Truman Capote. Autumn in Shenandoah color photos. Football's new rules. Modern art by nun Sister Thomasita. Guatemala's communists - Pellecer and Arbenz. Religious TV - This is the life. New Zealanders tap into steam power. A dangerous European Luxury - Hating America by Bruce Hutchison. Profile Helen Traubel. Striking full page red, black and white Judy Bond blouses ad. Ornery Oil Drum rodeo in Texas. Back page ad Coca-Cola - the pause the refreshes.
Speaking of pictures
26
Diving horses
Government, A.F. of L. move in on the docks
36
International Longshoremen's Association, Strikes (Longshore workers)
Umpire's view of the series
42
Baseball
14th chief justice
44
Earl Warren; 1891-1974, Judges
Arsonist ruins the sleep of Moses Lake
46
Arson, Moses Lake (Wash.)
Four-bedroom bargain for $8,695
101
Houses (California)
Stalking the striper
109
Bass fishing
Six years of shoes
124
Shoes
Voices of authors
129
Edith Sitwell (Dame); 1887-1964, Edna Ferber (American novelist, short story writer and playwright.); 1887-1968, Osbert Sitwell, Truman Capote (American short story writer and novelist.); 1924-1984, John Steinbeck (American novelist.); 1902-1968, William Somerset Maugham (English novelist, short story writer and playwright.); 1874-1965, Katherine Anne Porter (American short story writer.); 1890-1980, Phonograph records (Spoken records)
Autumn in the Shenandoah
138
Autumn, Shenandoah River valley (Va. and W. Va.)
Helping Koreans help themselves
48
Relief work (Korea (South))
Dangerous European luxury: hating America
48
Americans, Great Britain and the United States, Europe and the United States, Europeans, Public opinion (Western Europe)
Deepest down
53
Auguste Piccard; 1884-1962, Diving, Submarine
Tears for a cold-war hero
54
Ernst Reuter; 1889-1953
Film star leaves convent
60
June HAVER
Pretty researcher marries her boss
65
Kerr) (Mrs Joseph Raymond McCarthy MCCARTHY, Joseph McCarthy; 1908-1957, Weddings
Is this girl part Zulu?
69
Children (South Africa)
Herd of delicate destroyers
75
Motion picture production and direction
How fat is my brother?
83
Swine (Feeding)
How the Columbine flies
89
William G. DRAPER, Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Airplanes
New look, old thrills
146
Football, Professional (Rules)
Modern art by a nun
157
Sister MARY Thomasita, Christian art and symbolism
Kind sir
160
Norman Krasna; 1909-1984, Theater reviews (Single works)
Red outpost in Central America
169
Carlos Manuel PELLECER, Communism (Guatemala), Guatemala (Social conditions)
This is the life
181
Motion pictures (Documentary films)
Religious hit
181
Television broadcasting (Religious programs)
Drilling for steam in New Zealand
189
Geothermal resources, Steam power, New Zealand (Industries)
Real gone gal quits the Met
209
Helen Traubel (American opera singer.); 1899-1972
Life goes to a synthetic rodeo in Texas
212
Horsemanship
Piecing out a neck
216
Giraffes