Life Magazine September 25, 1944 – Letter to GIs

$10.00

Magazine Condition : Fair (All Good, but cover has a minor spot)

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Life Magazine Cover : Special Issue – A Letter to GI’s (Clair Poe).

  • Charming full page Bell telephone ad with military crowd rushing to use the telephone.
  • Already there are a number of “finishing the war and going home” articles and ads.
  • Full page color Studebaker Weasel ad with art by Frederic Fellander.
  • Humorous little piece – Iowa girls didn’t like all the Paris girls kissing their guys, includes photos of Nora Schuck, Florence Brown, Mrs. Hubert Hanson, Winnie Devlin, Janice Soller, Bernadine Finestead, Sonja Nansen and many others.
  • Fishing is good this year.
  • War wife waits.
  • State of the Nation by John Dos Passos.
  • Swing Musicians.
  • St. Louis Browns are baseball’s surprise.
  • The girls are still pretty, models in swimming suits.
  • Comic strip happenings.
  • Photos of New York City.
  • Full page color Pennsylvania railroad ad with female railroad worker.
  • Streets are shabbier.
  • Housing projects, including Channel Heights, Hollywood Riviera, Planeview Kansas.
  • Your favorite foods.
  • Home hasn’t changed.
  • GI’s dream party, John Farnsworth, Ginger Rogers and others in Beverly Hills – one guy and eight girls.
  • Boulder Dam.
  • Neat full page color Studebaker Weasel ad with M-29 cargo and personnel carrier, a kind of tank.
  • Nice full page color Wyeth Incorporated ad with doctor and patients, painted by Haddon Sundblom.
  • Full page color Army Air Forces ad with plane Double Trouble, art by Clayton Knight.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine September 25, 1944!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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