LOOK Magazine – January 19, 1960 – FDR

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(All Good, but a few pages have a rough corner tip)

Description

LOOK Magazine Cover : F.D.R., Franklin D. Roosevelt with cigarette in holder.

– FDR, 23 pages of photo biography.
– We can’t survive as we are, by General Maxwell Taylor.
– Pretty pastel pink full page Frigidair washer and dryer ad.
– Lincoln Center being created for the performing arts, is called Culture City, Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic, Juilliard School of music, New York.
– Two page color night scene Pontiac wide track car ad with unusual masquerade party theme, art by Van Kaufman and Art Fitzpatrick.
– The color blind child, a good piece.
– Two page Armour meats ad with odd little dolls with orange yarn hair.
– Photoquiz : match the famous people to their childhood photo.
– Full page color De Beers diamonds ad with “Girl and Her Dreams” painting by Colleen Browning.
– The manly art of making tea, Mark T. Wendell.
– Dancer Lisa Mitchell, is a college girl and a Can-Can girl.
– Boxer Jack Dempsey says “I was never a slacker” – large article.
– Full page Douglas aircraft ad with artist depiction of a space station.
– Another lovely full page Cadillac ad in emerald and mint greens.
– Fashions : chokers, necklaces.
– Memo from Mississippi pertaining to the lynching of Mack Parker in Poplarville, Mississippi.
– Simone Signoret is Sex Appeal grown up.
– Yummy looking full page color Oreo cookies ad.
– Full page color Winston cigarettes ad with two folks waiting for side by side trains, one to Florida for spear fishing, the other to Vermont for skiing.

No regional editions were published for this issue.