LOOK Magazine – April 25, 1961 – Segregation Strife in Atlanta

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Magazine Condition Choices :
Very Good
(New England Edition)
Good (Central Edition)

Description

Look Magazine Cover : Cannons and cannon balls.

– President John F. Kennedy and his friends.
– A visit with Walter Lippmann, political philosopher and commentator.
– Our biggest strike peril, workers who are afraid that automation will cost them their jobs.
– The two battles of Atlanta, Georgia, segregation strife, Martin Luther King, Ku Klux Klan, Calvin L. Craig, Lester Maddox, Ralph McGill (one of the good guys), Lonnie C. King, Jr., Benjamin Brown, more.
– Unusual two page Marlboro cigarettes ad with man in lawn chair, holding croquet mallet with ball.
– Two page Champion spark plugs ad for neat giveaway : plane, pilots and spending money for two weeks, anywhere you want to go in North America.
– A Georgia woman sees an end to segregation, Margaret Long.
– Full page color Kroehler ad for a rather astounding and beautiful long, curved sofa.
– The other Atlanta battle, 1864, Civil war.
– Lovely full page red Cadillac ad with red convertible car, red embroidery and red jewels.
– Hummingbirds in color, photos by Crawford H. Greenewalt.
– Children’s fashions in knits, includes puppet master Bil Baird.
– Tough job of a new minister, Michael Allen and St. Marks in the Bouwerie, regional page.
– Very nice full page color Conoco gas ad, art of kids in red convertible, regional page.
– Leo Corrigan can’t stop hustling at age 66, real estate tycoon, regional pages.
– Caribbean food, photos and recipes.
– Baseball player Gerry Staley, White Sox.
– Model frog farm near Havana, Cuba, American manager William A. Morgan was executed by Castro.
– Very cute full page color Dutch Boy paint ad, I wish I looked that cute when I am painting!
– Young Marie and Iris love reading, National Library Week, Public School 166 in New York City, very nice piece.
– Two page U.S. Royal tires ad with distinctive cartoons, not signed.
– Actress and single parent Ann Sothern helps her daughter grow up.
– Another really cute full page color 7up 7-up ad with couple on a bicycle built for two, Daisy, Daisy Not-So-Crazy!

NOTE : The West Central Edition has these pages : 64a-64f and 68a-68f, and includes these stories : The tough job of a new minister; Leo Corrigan can’t stop hustling at age 66; Conoco ad.

NOTE : The Mid-Atlantic Edition has these pages : 64a-64h and 68a-68h, and includes The tough job of a new minister; Leo Corrigan, and some ads.

NOTE : The Pacific Edition has these pages : 64a-64f and 68a-68f, and includes The tough job of a new Minister, Leo Corrigan, and some ads.

NOTE : The New England Edition has these pages : 64a-64h and 68a-68h, and includes The tough job of a new Minister, Leo Corrigan, and some ads.

NOTE : The Central Edition has these pages : 64a-64h and 68a-68h, and includes The tough job of a new Minister, Leo Corrigan, and some ads.