Life Magazine, October 23, 1944 - Soviet scientists

Life Magazine, October 23, 1944 - Soviet scientists

Life Magazine, October 9, 1944 - Formals for fall

Life Magazine, October 9, 1944 - Formals for fall

Life Magazine, October 16, 1944 - Lauren Bacall

Original Life Magazine from October 16, 1944 - Lauren Bacall
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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.
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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
St. Louis Browns take first American baseball pennant. Full page Pontiac ad with pilot, color art by Bradshaw Crandell. full page color Capehart phonograph ad with "Puppets and People" by Serge Soudeikine. Full page Dodge ad with Superfortress airplane and engine. Bomb is allowing consumers to buy luxury goods, such as jewelry. Baseball fan Jim Cubbage fans right out of stands at St. Louis Browns game - photo. Death of politician Alfred E. Smith. Battle for Brest. The unknown battle by Charles J. V. Murphy. Robert G. Le Tourneau, makers of earth-moving machines, by Rufous Jarman. How will Negroes vote, including photos of Carter Nesley, Irene Boulden, James Royster, Eugene Washington Rhodes and others. . America's priceless documents reappear, such as Declaration of Independence. Fun and cheerful full page Interwoven Socks ad with color art by Fell and happy military coming-home theme. . William Penn has his 300th anniversary. Lauren Bacall debut in "to have and to have not". Song of Norway. Dog collars, choker necklaces for women. Umbriago Dats my boy - Marines get a new battle cry. Newport, Rhode Island. Danny Kaye satirizes nightclub pests who complain about everything no matter how good it is.
Danny Kaye satirizes the familiar nightclub pest
10
Danny Kaye, Nightclubs
Umbriago! dat's ma boy
14
World War, 1939-1945 (Humor, satire, etc)
Boom
27
Luxuries, United States (Economic conditions)
Election: why Dewey deserves the independent vote
34
Thomas Edmund Dewey; 1902-1971
160,000 file past his bier
36
Alfred Emanuel Smith (American governor.); 1873-1944
Great colonial founder has his 300th anniversary
67
William Penn; 1644-1718
Debut in To have and have not
77
Lauren Bacall; 1924-.
To have and have not
77
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Song of Norway
83
Robert WRIGHT, George Forrest; 1915-1999, Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
How will Negroes vote?
89
Blacks (Political activities)
Battle for Brest
38
Brest, Battle of, 1944
America's priceless documents reappear
43
Library of Congress
LeTourneau, America's most spectacular maker of earth-moving machines
49
Robert Gilmour Le Tourneau; 1888-1969, Machinery industry
Utility beef is cheap, plentiful, point-free and tough
61
Beef, Cooking (Meat)
Unknown battle
97
World War, 1939-1945 (Aerial operations, Campaigns and battles, Western)
Seventh cross
113
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life visits a fading Newport
120
Newport (R.I.)