Life Magazine, September 22, 1961 - Gulf coast hurricane

Life Magazine, September 22, 1961 - Gulf coast hurricane

Life Magazine, September 8, 1961 - Threat of war

Life Magazine, September 8, 1961 - Threat of war

Life Magazine, September 15, 1961 - Fallout shelter

Original Life Magazine from September 15, 1961 - Fallout shelter
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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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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
How you can survive radioactive fallout : 97 out of 100 people can be saved, detail plans for building shelters and a letter to you from President Kennedy. Full page color Friskies dog food ad with black Scotty dog wearing blue and red Scottish hat (same ad in June 2, 1961). United Nations soldiers waging a war against war, the Congo. Dr. Henrik Forss and his wife and children in the village of Kabinda, Kasai. In color - US furniture designer T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, Greek styles. Photo essay - fallout shelters. Marshall Kriesel, young rocketeer. Youth in the Peace Corps. Jim Shoulders, rodeo star nicknamed "Mister Broken Bones." An integration job in Atlanta, a quiet triumph. Neat photo of Jim Arnold on a high bicycle, a stratocyle. Love and marriage, Part 2 - courtship. Photo of six RAF parachutists arm-in-arm in mid-air. Full page color Metrecal ad, dietary supplement drink. Full page color Schlitz beer ad with female fisherman. Full page color Hires root beer ad with Bob Hope. Full page Mutual of New York MONY insurance ad with Gene Roddenberry. Jack Paar brings in extra troops to film a Berlin checkpoint. Peace Corps, including photos of Ron Atwater, Jo Anne Bryan, Robert Pooley, Don Preston and others. Nurses learn how to rescue patients in hospital fires. Marriage, part 2 - Modern courtship, the great illusion. Luis the donkey at the C. Lazy U ranch in Granby, Colorado.
Rising young rocketeer
19
Marshall KRIESEL, Rockets (Amateur experiments)
With the police on an integration job
35
Public schools (Desegregation), Atlanta (Ga.) (Education, Police)
Unsung victory
40
United Nations (Armed Forces, Forces in the Congo (Democratic Republic))
Deeds brave enough to win medals in any war
46
Kenneth GOULDTHORPE
New miss, near misses
52
Beauty contests
Quick save from a hot bed
73
Hospitals (Fires and fire prevention)
New classics
78
Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings; 1905-1976, Furniture (Design), Furniture, Greek
Mister Broken Bones
87
Jim Shoulders, Rodeos
Fallout shelters
95
Bomb shelters, Civil defense
Message to you from the President
95
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963
Berlin is a boost for Brandt, but it's oddson Adenauer
54
Elections (Germany (West))
Don't expect much from nonaligned
54
Neutrality
Big word catalogue from ain't to zen
55
English language (Dictionaries)
Jack Paar's private Berlin battle
58
Jack Paar; 1918-.
Peace corps takes the field
63
Peace Corps (U.S.)
Rundown of things to remember in case attack should come
108
Nuclear warfare (Defenses)
Today's dilemmas of love and marriage
114
Courtship, Dating (Social customs)
Delinquent donkey learns to grow up
130
Donkeys
Sudden surge of magnetic males
140
Motion picture actors and actresses