Life Magazine, September 20, 1937 - Violin

Life Magazine, September 20, 1937 - Violin

Life Magazine, September 6, 1937 - Harpo Marx

Life Magazine, September 6, 1937 - Harpo Marx

Life Magazine, September 13, 1937 - Steel Baron

Original Life Magazine from September 13, 1937 - Steel Baron
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Excellent Condition (4 Available)
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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.
Good Condition (2 Available)
$20.95
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
Weirton, West Virginia, article includes photo of steel workers Bill Benninghof, O. D. Pratt, Don Ackley, others. What American Tourists think of Europe. Photoelectric signs for advertising. 2,000 year-old warrior is unearthed. Robert Riggs, comic artist. Amateur golf - Johnny Goodman. Believe it or not, this is where Ripley lives. Boxer Joe Lewis, Tommy Farr. 1,500 pairs of twins at convention, including Alta and Alva Dank, Marjorie and Margaret Doll, Mrs. F. M. Cawby and Mrs. Henrietta Billings, Harley and Harry Edgell. Party at Oklahoma girls reform school, Tecumseh. Cute full page color Del Monte Pineapple Juice ad with two little girls on a beach. A whole series of photos (every year) of Frank H. Chadwick and his daughter Marion, as she grows. Full page ad for Listerine tooth powder. Photos of accidental bombing of Great World Amusement Park in Shanghai, China. Newest Seversky racing plane. Photo of caskets - Mrs. Elsie Nollen of Denison, Iowa kills herself and six children. Excellent full page photo of Apache Chief Asa Daklugie. 16 Native American tribe meet in Gallup, New Mexico. Fashion - hats inspired by the Belgian Congo. Legless Charles Ziummy Zibelman swims from Albany to George Washington Bridge. Liberia celebrates 90 years of independence. Movie - The Prisoner of Zenda with Madeleine Carroll.

COVER: STEEL BARON

CHINESE,  JAPANESE WAR

GALLUP, N. MEXICO, INDIAN POW-WOW 

BOXING: LOUIS VS.  FARR

ROBT. L.  RIPLEY AT HOME

ARTIST ROBERT RIGGS, CIRCUS LlTHOS

AMATEUR GOLF

LIBERIA'S INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

MOVIE: 'PRISONER OF ZENDA' RONALD COLMAN, MADELEINE CARROLL