Life Magazine October 12, 1962 – Pope John XXIII


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Life Magazine Cover : Cardinal kisses the Pope’s ring, fold-out photo.

  • Pope John XXIII, the moving story of a humble man.
  • A treasury of great Vatican art, 13 pages in color.
  • Great three page full color Plymouth ad with red Fury.
  • On the Mississippi campus, the bitter siege of violence from racist students and racist faculty.
  • Giants and Dodgers in great baseball game.
  • Astronaut Schirra and Sigma 7 splash down in the Pacific.
  • Full page color Northern towels ad with one of the “All American Boys” illustrations.
  • Mr. Soo Hoo, San Francisco Zoo patron and gorilla playmate.
  • Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane.”
  • Huge old houses make great homes – Alex Walsh home in Rhode Island, William and Nancy O’Connor with home near St. Louis and others.
  • Close-up – Rachel Carson and “Silent Spring,” great photo of Carson and Washington, D.C. Audubon members on a lunch time bird walk in dresses and suits.
  • Filming “The Longest Day” produced the longest headache for Darryl Zanuck, funny little photo of Fabian, Nancy Sinatra, and Paul Anka in a movie set foxhole with their tongues sticking out.
  • Bargain British fashion designed by Mary Quant.
  • Funny photo of Andrea Murphy on a horse that missed a jump.
  • Two page color Old Crow whiskey ad with map of US and portraits of famous Americans by D. Trowley.
  • Full page color Lucky Strike cigarettes ad with two photos of Frank Gifford, football player.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine October 12, 1962!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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