Life Magazine September 14, 1962 – Take-over Generation


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Life Magazine Cover : Four young people.

  • Special issue – One hundred of the most important young men and women in the United States. (Please ask me if you wonder if someone is in the 100) The Take-over generation, its breakthrough in government, science, space, business, education, religion and the arts.
  • Author Edward Streeter offers advice to youth.
  • Two page color Kraft and Nabisco ad with crackers and cheese spreads on a checkerboard.
  • Eleven new innovations including alloys for missiles, aluminum coated honeybees, aging experiments, fusion energy, and architecture.
    • Includes Colonel Wesley Posvar teaching at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
  • Maryly Van Leer Peck, engineer.
  • Pat Flanagan, 17-year-old science whiz kid.
  • Will Kindberg translates Peruvian language into written form.
  • “Cry the Cosmos,” by Ray Bradbury.
  • Ken Issacs of the Illinois Institute of Technology designs the “knowledge box” as new multimedia teaching method.
  • Super cute photo of Kerry Lusignan as a baby, playing with toy made by her father, a radio astronomer.
  • Full page color General Electric portable hair dryer ad, with an outrageous bonnet that looks like a pink flower.
  • Compelling Better Vision Institute ad with message in Braille.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine September 14, 1962!
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