Life Magazine September 13, 1954 – Judy Garland

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Life Magazine Cover : Really cute photo of Judy Garland as gamin (feature inside).

  • Full page color Blue Bell clothing ad with World Champion all-around Cowboy Bill Linderman.
  • Attractive full page color Greyhound bus ad with Mount Rainier (probably).
  • The real Willie Mays, baseball.
  • Full page color Atlas batteries ad with art by Melbourne Brindle.
  • Full page color Western Electric ad with man testing reconditioned telephones, art by Kurka.
  • Another absolutely charming full page color Texaco fire chief gasoline ad with five Dalmatian pups playing with rake in fall leaves.
  • 8 pages of color ads for Kroehler furniture, Mohawk carpets, Admiral television, and Glidden paints.
  • In the middle of hurricane Carol, photos are from Nantucket, Marblehead, Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard, Boston (historic steeple falls), Sag Harbor, Providence, La Guardia, more.
  • Bangs of the gavel chasten McCarthy.
  • The failure of EDC, and German Bundesgrenzschutz troops.
  • “Mr. Charlie” oil drilling barge goes to sea.
  • Hirohito submits to the air age.
  • Venezuela – photo essay.
  • Very odd but cute full page Hanes stocking ad.
  • Remarkable Persons brothers – Seth, Wilton, John and Frank.
  • Trapshooting upset by 14 year-old, Dianne Williamson from Compton, California (Nick Egan, 14, also won).
  • Baseball fights at top and in second division.
  • Oil boom in Venezuela.
  • Swapping unwanted presents.
  • Evening shirtwaists.
  • Philadelphia’s exciting playgrounds.
  • Circling square dancers – Omaha – Photo in color.
  • Spoof on debutante party, Chicago – men in shorts.
  • Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds cause teen-age tizzy.
  • Full page color Chesterfield cigarettes ad with Jean and Joan Corbett, twins.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine September 13, 1954!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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