Life Magazine, September 17, 1956 - Skin Divers in Doria

Life Magazine, September 17, 1956 - Skin Divers in Doria

Life Magazine, September 3, 1956 - Segregation's history, slave auction

Life Magazine, September 3, 1956 - Segregation's history, slave auction

Life Magazine, September 10, 1956 - Siobhan McKenna

Original Life Magazine from September 10, 1956 - Siobhan McKenna
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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
Photo essay - "The Background of Segregation" Part II, Includes article "The Lineage of a Negro Family" about the Faulkner family of Chicago. Photographer Gene Smith learns about the range of his lenses by photographing hundreds of words on sticks written by his children. Peak year for big jobs, St. Lawrence Power Project, Snake River project, more. Third wedding for Gloria Vanderbilt. John Kasper of New Jersey stirs up trouble at school trying to integrate in Tennessee. Photo essay - An eminent company of amateur naturalists adds to man's store of knowledge, Margaret Morse Nice, len Howard, Hon. Miriam Rothschild, Baron Charles de Worms, Richard Meinertzhagen, Joseph Wharton Lippincott, many more. Short shorts become a permanent part of the U.S. scene. Backless dress styles. Milwaukee's baseball pitcher lew Burdette accused of throwing spitballs. Sculptor Ruth Vodicka is a welder to help pay for her craft. Movie, "The Best Things in Life Are Free" with music of De Sylva, Brown, and Henderson. Fat soldiers. Elevator on the outside of the El Cortez Hotel in San Diego. A three- time beauty queen, Dawn Marie Hebert, has festive wedding in New Orleans. Nice full page ad for America's Independent Electric Companies. Full page 1957 General Electric Filter-Flo Washer ad.
Mt McKinley
15
Helen VETTER
Litter of letters for lens
16
Gene SMITH, Photography
Peak year for big jobs
23
Engineering
Power and passage to the sea
24
Saint Lawrence Seaway
Offshore, a strange, costly quest for oil
26
Petroleum in submerged lands
Sculptor's torch pays off
75
Ruth VODICKA, Metal sculpture, Welding
Best things in life are free
79
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
General thins his ranks: Fort Carson, Colo
87
Thomas WATLINGTON, United States Army Infantry, Obesity, Military training camps
Elevator on the outside
93
Elevators, San Diego (Calif.) (Hotels, motels, etc)
Freedom to Jim Crow
96
Blacks, Reconstruction (Civil War)
In the mountains, a wild canyon tamed
28
Dams, Snake River (Wyo.-Wash.)
What to do about our schools
30
Education, Public schools
Aftermath of an acid attack
43
John Dioguardi, Victor Riesel; 1913-1995, Abraham TELVI, Racketeering
Fast campaign start: Stevenson and Kefauver
44
PRESIDENTIAL campaigns (1956)
Troublemaker for a school
46
Frederick John KASPER, Public schools (Desegregation), Clinton (Tenn.)
Short shorts become permanent in U.S. scene
49
Clothing and dress
Siobhan shows U.S. her Joan
59
Siobhan McKenna; 1923-1986
Saint Joan
59
Bernard Shaw (Irish dramatist.); 1856-1950, Theater reviewsSingle works
Case of the suspected spitter
67
Selva Lewis BURDETTE, Baseball
New forces in the broken land
99
Ku Klux Klan, Blacks (Southern States)
Time of power, then humiliation
100
Blacks (Segregation)
Momentous reversal in the Court
104
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Public schools (Desegregation)
Hurrah for Curley by Curley
120
James Michael Curley (American mayor and governor.); 1874-1958, Edwin O'Connor (American novelist and short story writer.); 1918-1968
Some nice things the book omitted
122
Boston (Mass.) (Politics and government)
Eminent company of amateur naturalists
143
Naturalists, Amateur
Stratford on the Housatonic
161
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Plays, Measure for measure), American Shakespeare Theatre (Stratford, Conn.)
Festive wedding for three-time queen
169
Dawn Marie HEBERT, Weddings