Life Magazine, October 28, 1940 - U.S. Navy

Life Magazine, October 28, 1940 - U.S. Navy

Life Magazine, October 14, 1940 - Jinx Falkenburg

Life Magazine, October 14, 1940 - Jinx Falkenburg

Life Magazine, October 21, 1940 - Sweater season

Original Life Magazine from October 21, 1940 - Sweater season
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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
US industry hustles to meet nation's need for speed. Canadian child says goodbye to his father (in very long column of men marching). Adolf Hitler does a victory jig. Automobile designers sketch fashions to match cars. Interesting photos showing camouflage used by British army snipers, similar to today's hunting camouflage. Children's lifeboat lasts out eight days of disaster after sinking of British liner "City of Benares." Nice Coca-Cola ad in color, girl with six pack. Story of a London firefighter, Louis Abbott Wilson and team. Strange sights of war in bomb-stricken London. Juanita Rios is new Stork Club hit. Photo essay - Texas Matador Ranch. Charming half page color Cream of Wheat cereal ad with cartoon strip Li'l Abner by Al Capp. Photo essay - the 1940 elections. Nice full page color Pall Mall cigarettes ad with flight attendant in airport office. Half page Graflex camera ad with photo from football game, Utah Aggies vs. University of Denver, Colorado. US donors give blood plasma for Britain. Soldier of 1940 is 15 pounds heavier, 2 inches taller than in 1917. Deanna Durbin makes her eighth straight hit. Audubon's animal paintings. Camouflage - pictures. University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee.
These hide snipers of the British army
10
Camouflage, Snipers

Japan and the Indies
14
Japan (Politics and government)

London's East end
19
World War, 1939-1945 (Great Britain), London (England) (Social conditions)

This great moment
29
Presidential campaigns (1940)

U.S. industry hustles to meet the nation's need for speed, speed, speed
31
Munitions, World War, 1939-1945 (United States)

Busy shipyard saddles Bremerton with all the problems of a boom
34
Bremerton (Wash.)

Hitler dances jig for victory
38
Adolf Hitler; 1889-1945

Children's lifeboat lasts out eight days of disaster
42
World War, 1939-1945 (Submarine operations), Life saving

Blood plasma for Britain is given by U.S. donors under Red cross program
45
Blood (Transfusion)

London firefighter
51
World War, 1939-1945 (Great Britain), Fire prevention, London (England) (History, Bombardments, 1939-1945)

American soldiers in 1940 are 2 inches taller, 15 pounds heavier than 1917
57
United States Army, Military training

Sweater season opens with rush to warm bulky wools
62
Sweaters

Texas ranch
69
Cowboys, Ranches

Sculptors thrive in California with all outdoors for a studio
79
Ralph Stackpole; 1885-1974, Sculpture, American

Deanna Durbin, grown to young womanhood, makes her eighth straight hit
85
Deanna Durbin; 1921-.

Spring parade
86
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

Elections of 1940: U.S. voters face challenge to democracy
91
Presidential campaigns (1940)

Sedalia is taking campaign calmly
92
Sedalia (Mo.)

Chicago's machine runs on gratitude
94
Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)

Pennsylvania scion
96
Jay COOKE; 4th

Ohio bets on Burton for Senate
98
Harold Hitz Burton; 1888-1964

Connecticut sees comer in Cornell
98
Paul Lincoln CORNELL

Chadwick is ahead in Washington
99
Stephen Fowler Chadwick

Bruce Barton of New York is salesman of a liberal G.O.P.
100
Bruce Barton; 1886-1967

Roosevelt preferred
102
Franklin Delano Roosevelt; 1882-1945, Wendell Lewis Willkie; 1892-1944, United States (Politics and government)

Nation's cartoonists tear into both candidates tooth and claw
108
Caricatures and cartoons

Strange sights of war
112
World War, 1939-1945 (Great Britain)

Audubon's animals
116
John James Audubon; 1785-1851, Animals in art

Juanita Rios is new Stork club hit
119
Juanita RIOS

Life goes calling at the University of the South
122
University of the South

Portrait
132
James BASSETT

Portrait
132
Harold CALLENDER

Portrait
132
William Watts CHAPLIN

Portrait
132
Michael FORSTADT

Portrait
132
Roy Wilson Howard; 1883-1964

Portrait
132
Ansel TALBERT