Life Magazine, September 20, 1943 - Cambridge don Charles Seltman

Life Magazine, September 20, 1943 - Cambridge don Charles Seltman

Life Magazine, September 6, 1943 - American Soldiers

Life Magazine, September 6, 1943 - American Soldiers

Life Magazine, September 13, 1943 - Two women in Leotards

Original Life Magazine from September 13, 1943 - Two women in Leotards
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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
Neat full page color Willys jeeps ad with bridge building in New Guinea under fire. Unusual full page color Vega aircraft corporation ad with Navy Vega Ventura airplane PV-1. Allied landing on Kiska. Arturo Toscanini's plea to the American people. Maestro Toscanini at home. Joe Louis' tour of Army camps. Highest US railroad, narrow gauge from Climax molybdenum mine to Leadville, Colorado. Parachuting dog, Geronimo with the 507th Parachute Infantry. Congressman Schwabe and the home folks. America and the future by John K. Jessup. Close-up - Sikh Maharaja. Photo essay - weather. Last mission of a Fortress. College fashions. Wartime prayers. Constantin Alajalov illustrations for Cinderella. The Midwest Mood, part I by Eliot Janeway. Pictures - Hollywood's shapeliest Shadow Girl. Life goes House painting, Harold Wallis Steck home of Newtown, Connecticut, including George Ketiladze, Diana Tead, Rusudana Williams and more. Neat two page color General Motors ad : Victory through Progress, Progress through Victory. Full page New York Central railroad ad with color - shows cut-away of various passenger compartments. Full page pen and ink style Spring Maid Springs Cotton Mills ad with art by James Montgomery Flagg.
Midwest's mood
11
World War, 1939-1945 (Public opinion, United States), Middle Western States, United States (Foreign relations)
Allied troops retake deserted Kiska
25
World War, 1939-1945 (Aleutian Islands (Alaska))
To the people of America
32
Reconstruction (1939-1951) (Italy), World War, 1939-1945 (Italy)
Louis on tour
34
Joe Louis; 1914-1981
Highest railway
36
Railroad gages, WORLD War, 1939-1945 (Transportation)
Each type has its place in polar-front storm pattern
92
Clouds
Clouds
92
Storms
Portrait
104
Charles Darwin; 1809-1882
Portrait
104
Thomas Jefferson (American president.); 1743-1826
America and the future
104
United States (Economic history, Economic policy)
Jumping dog
38
Mascots
One of our bombers is missing
41
World War, 1939-1945 (United States, Casualties)
Sikh maharaja
57
maharaja of Patiala YADAVINDRA SINGHJI, Sikhs, Patiala (India)
Watch on the Rhine
73
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Cinderella
79
Constantin Alajalov; 1900-1987, Cinderella
Weather is the most violent variable in man's plans and enterprises
89
Weather
Portrait
104
Adam Smith (Scottish economist.); 1723-1790
Portrait
104
Herbert Spencer; 1820-1903
Portrait
104
William Graham Sumner; 1840-1910
Home folks
119
Max SCHWABE, Public opinion
Life goes house-painting
126
House painting