Life Magazine, October 5, 1962 - Jackie Gleason with Sue Ann Langdon

Life Magazine, October 5, 1962 - Jackie Gleason with Sue Ann Langdon

Life Magazine, September 21, 1962 - Two girls in Iran earthquake

Life Magazine, September 21, 1962 - Two girls in Iran earthquake

Life Magazine, September 28, 1962 - Don drysdale, baseball

Original Life Magazine from September 28, 1962 - Don drysdale, baseball
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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
Photo of nine new Astronauts training for Gemini and Apollo missions. Two page Royal Crown Cola ad with full page photo of Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts football quarterback. Six comic mimics take-off on JFK. Photo essay - Survivors from the Stone age, a savage people that love war : New Guinea tribesmen. First time ever published: “Satan's view of Man” by Mark Twain. Wild West Dodgers : Maury Wills tells about out-stealing Ty Cobb. Nation's dogs say goodbye as children return to school, Parkwood Elementary, Inkster Michigan, Charles F. Hartmen Junior High in Houston, more. Historic moment in the America's Cup races, Australia is first foreign boat to win in 28 years. Joan Crawford learns judo for new movie. Surgeon Robert Watanabe makes cats for kids more fun by turning them into animal characters. The new polio worry. Huge model HO railroad belonging to East Bay Model Engineers Society of Oakland, California. Two generations of airborne Schirras. Many ads for the new 1963 autos. Two page ad for "2 shapes known the world over," Coke bottles and Volkswagens. Two page color Sears ad shows Kenny Maher, one of hundreds of kids at Marysville Academy in Des Plaines, Illinois who tests shoes for the company.
Life guide
9
Vocational education
Eddie, the double crosser
23
Informers
No place for Rover, vacation is over
32
Dogs
Noble edifice to glorify creative arts
44
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Speed makes the Dodgers go
49
Baseball, Professional
Tiger with toes for teeth
63
Plaster casts (Surgical)
Ancient world of a war-torn tribe
73
New Guinea (Indigenous peoples)
Two generations of airborne Schirras
93
Walter Marty SCHIRRA (sr), Wally Schirra
New polio worry
103
Poliomyelitis (Vaccines and vaccination)
Letters from the earth
108
Great stealer tells some secrets
50
Maury Wills
Shall we dance?
57
Joan Crawford; 1908-1977, Jiu-jitsu
Outsize toy for overgrown boys
124
Model railroads
I come from a small town in Massachusetts
129
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963 (Humor, satire, etc), Comedians