Life Magazine, October 1, 1945 - June Allyson

Life Magazine, October 1, 1945 - June Allyson

Life Magazine, September 17, 1945 - MacArthur in Japan

Life Magazine, September 17, 1945 - MacArthur in Japan

Life Magazine, September 24, 1945 - Col. Jimmy Stewart

Original Life Magazine from September 24, 1945 - Col. Jimmy Stewart
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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
New Mexico's atomic bomb crater, includes photos of people walking around in and touching presumably radiative debris. Full page Goodrich ad for rubber springs for cars. Nice full page color General Electric radio ad with Mary Martin. Full page United States Rubber Company ad with rainy military road construction, art by Robert Moore. General Jonathan M. Wainwright returns. Bombing of Nagasaki by William Laurence. Photo - Chiang Kai-Shek toasts China's Communist Leader. General Hideki Tojo's failed suicide. Miss America 1945 with many labeled photos. Americans retake Wake Island. Cute full page color Goodyear airfoam ad "No Ma'am, there's no extra charge for these seats!" Burmese wedding in San Francisco, Maung Khin and Yvonne Christoffelz. US Army solves enemy religious problem. Feature article on Salvador Dali. The Incas. Pearl Harbor by John Chamberlain. Yankee stonecutters were first American sculptors. OPA sets prices for postwar gadgets. Harold Taylor, college president of Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville. Long article on the facts of Pearl Harbor. New silhouettes in women's clothing.
Yankee stonecutters were first American sculptors
8
Sculpture, American
Peace comes to Shanghai
13
Shanghai (China)
New Mexico's atomic bomb crater
27
Nuclear weapons (Testing), Atom Bomb Crater (N.M.)
Nagasaki was the climax of the New Mexico test
30
Nagasaki (Japan)
Some big words
32
Politics (Terminology), Semantics
Portrait
85
John Quincy Adams; 1767-1848
Portrait
86
James Buchanan; 1791-1868
Portrait
86
Henry Clay; 1777-1852
Portrait
86
William Learned Marcy; 1786-1857
Portrait
86
Daniel Webster; 1782-1852
Wainwright's return
34
Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright; 1883-1953
Snafu suicide
36
Hideki Tojo; 1884-1948
Miss America 1945
38
Miss America Pageant
Quisling condemned
40
Vidkun Quisling; 1887-1945
Saints and bishops
43
Europe (Religion), Germany (History, Allied occupation, 1945-1955)
Wake island
49
WAKE ISLAND.
Burmese wedding in San Francisco
57
Marriage customs and rites
Dali has succeeded in making deliberate lunacy a paying proposition
63
Salvador Dali; 1904-1989, Surrealism
Love letters
73
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Plastic boudoir
81
Dressing rooms, Transparent plastics
Portrait
84
John Jay; 1745-1829
Portrait
84
Thomas Jefferson (American president.); 1743-1826
Portrait
84
James Madison; 1751-1836
Portrait
84
James Monroe; 1758-1831
Secretaries of state guided foreign policy in America's rise to power
84
Secretaries of State (U.S.), United States (Foreign relations, History)
Portrait
87
William Henry Seward (American senator and Secretary of state.); 1801-1872
Portrait
88
Hamilton Fish; 1808-1893
Portrait
88
John Milton Hay; 1838-1905
Portrait
88
Charles Evans Hughes (American Supreme Court justice.); 1862-1948
Portrait
88
Elihu Root; 1845-1937
Portrait
89
Cordell Hull (American Secretary of state.); 1871-1955
Portrait
89
Henry Lewis Stimson (American statesman.); 1867-1950
Sorry, wrong number
91
Agnes Moorehead; 1900?-1974, Radio broadcasting (Drama)
College president: H. Taylor
95
Sarah Lawrence College
College president: new head of Sarah Lawrence
95
Harold Alexander TAYLOR
Incas
101
Incas
Pearl harbor facts were known to T. Dewey in 1944
110
Thomas Edmund Dewey; 1902-1971, Franklin Delano Roosevelt; 1882-1945, Pearl Harbor (Hawaii),
Attack on, 1941
, Presidential campaigns (1944), World War, 1939-1945 (Diplomatic history, United States),
Japan (Foreign relations, United States)
, United States (Foreign relations,
Japan)
Family reunion
122
TON family
Life comes home with J. Stewart
126
James Stewart
Postwar gadgets
138
Gadgets