Life Magazine May 23, 1960 – Minuteman

$8.00

Magazine Condition : Good

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Life Magazine Cover : Minuteman of Lexington Green.

  • Ad – full page color for Motorola pocket radio.
  • Midnight Sun Festival in Nome, Alaska.
  • The National Purpose – Early democracy documents, people and places – Part I.
  • Fateful Confrontation – Eisenhower and Khrushchev and international spying – Mata Hari, Lionel Crabb, Rudolph Abel, Klaus Fuchs, Richard Sorge, Pauline Cushman, Belle Boyd – returning to this state in 2018 🙁 .
  • The first full page color Jantzen ad I remember that is a photo, not art – violet print two piece swim suit.
  • Philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. obituary.
  • Marguerite Henry’s horse Misty of Chincoteague has a foal.
  • Garden photos – Dahlias.
  • Ad – two page color – Kodak showing the history of cameras.
  • Juliette Greco in “Crack in the Mirror.”
  • Ad – full page color for Lifesavers.
  • Domino tournament in San Francisco with Dan London, Vaden Mayers.
  • Movie mopheads Tom, Dick and Harry O’Leary.
  • Two page color Eastman Kodak ad with 8 different cameras and projectors.
  • Marlene Dietrich returns to Germany.
  • Jordan’s King Hussein and Mohammed Oufkir go hunting.
  • Around the world underwater with the Triton submarine, includes photos of parents and new babies born while fathers were away.
  • Handkerchief fashion choices for men.
  • Ad – Ayds diet pills – full page B&W “Why Hollywood stopped dieting” with Mamie Van Doren, and Virginia Bruce.
  • The “April in Paris” ball.
  • My well balanced life on a wooden leg – article and drawings by Al Capp.
  • Teen music idol, Conrad Birdie, in “Bye Bye Birdie” with Dick Gautier, more.
  • Charming photo of little Jon Beers who was not having fun holding two big fish.
  • Full page General Electric ad with the Alfred Kowalski family of Michigan.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine May 23, 1960!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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