Life Magazine, September 14, 1962 - Young U.S. leaders

Life Magazine, September 14, 1962 - Young U.S. leaders

Life Magazine, August 31, 1962 - Restaged robbery

Life Magazine, August 31, 1962 - Restaged robbery

Life Magazine, September 7, 1962 - Caroline Kennedy on her pony

Original Life Magazine from September 7, 1962 - Caroline Kennedy on her pony
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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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$18.95
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
Photo of kids playing hide and seek in woods in Oakes, North Dakota. Editorial about identification of Shakespeare. The bizarre world of Howard Hughes, adventurer, millionaire, and reclusive mystery man. Full page Zippo lighter ad features Mr. C. S. Wheeler's 1940 lighter than has gone on safari in Africa. Twin waterspouts at Jacksonville Beach. Four-year-old Caroline Kennedy is poised and tiny celebrity. 80th birthday party for Sam Goldwyn, laughter-filled photos of Jimmy Stewart, Frank Sinatra, Harpo Marx, Milton Berle... and Richard Nixon? Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Jack Nicklaus in Golf's World series. Fun photo of children from Oakes, North Dakota playing hide and seek. Photo essay - the truths of “Our Town,” by Michael Rougier, the lives of residents of Oakes, North Dakota illustrate the popular play. Assassin disarmed by love, Soviet spy Bogdan Nikolayevich Stashinskiy defects to US. Cat Zizou, mascot of Albert Premier shelter on Mont Blanc. Outdoor sculpture in Spoleto, Italy. Two page color Seagram's 7 ad with speed-blurred image of a bowler. 1.0
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Fresh troops join the battle of the bard
4
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Authorship)
Life guide
9
Aquariums
Air for piccolo and cannon
13
Avery Fisher Hall (New York, N.Y.), Acoustics, Architectural
Riddle of an embattled phantom
20
Howard Hughes (American airline, aircraft and motion picture executive.); 1905-1976
Playboy who turned into a secretive, besieged and lonely man
24
Thomas Thompson; 1933-1982
Three for the money
41
Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer; 1929-., Gary Player, Golfers
Pick a winner?
44
Russell Sackett
Cat on a cold white alp
49
Cats
Abiding truths of Our town as it was done in Oakes
52
Thornton Wilder; 1897-1975, Oakes (N.D.)
Sculpture alfresco in Spoleto
79
Sculpture, Spoleto (Italy)
Caroline becomes a celebrity at age four
32
Caroline Kennedy (American lawyer and daughter of President John F. Kennedy.)