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Life Magazine January 7, 1957 : Cover - In Austria, Vice President Richard Nixon warmly hugs two small Hungarian refugees dressed for a Christmas pageant.
Malibu disaster: Battle
to save the rich, fire-stricken California resort areas,
erie photos of stalled motorist and frightened horses
against a smoky orange sky. An important man from
the East, Pandit Nehru. Photo essay - The strange living
fossils of Australia, astounding full page color photos
of unusual wildlife. The age of Psychology in the U.S.
- a new Life series. Disputatious "Doll," moral outrage
over "lewd and sinful" suggestive film
by Elia Kazan. A mix-up of markers Richmond, Virginia.
Full page color cartoon-style Borden's Milk ad featuring
"Elsie and Elmer" discussing the he-man qualities of
milk. Stylish full page color Big Thrills Buick introducing
red and white Caballero wagon ad. Enticing full page
color Canadian Club whiskey ad with hitchhikers on skis,
plane on skis, Switzerland skijoring adventure narrative.
Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with Murray Colub,
Civil Engineer on the Connecticut turnpike.
Good - $17
Life Magazine January 14, 1957 : Color cover - 'Li'l Abner girls whoop it up on Broadway in pigtails and fishnet stockings.
New Poland achieves some liberties, Cardinal
Wysynski admonishes children against anger. Death in
the faces of Mont Blanc climbers - Jean Vincendon and
Francois Henry - a gruesome story of failed rescue attempt.
Photo from Elvis' pre induction Army physical. Murder
charge against a kindly doctor in England. Psychology
tests - Part 2. Beach fashions in color- beehive hats,
billowing chiffon scarves and Cape Breton stripes for
American bathing beauties. First gorilla born in captivity,
a face only its mother could love! University of Denver's
ski team trains by leaping railroads and carrying teammates
up stadium steps. Gene Fullmer vs. Sugar Ray, do you
know who won? So many pink ads! Car buffs will appreciate
two-page full color Goodyear tire ad with illustrations
of cars from 1915-1956. Delightful full page red and
black Webcor Fonograf ad featuring Benny Goodman.
Good - $42
Fair (Generally Good, but has small library stamp on throat on cover and more throughout) - $24
Life Magazine January 21, 1957 : Color cover - Britain's MacMillan, new prime minister, formal portrait with cigar.
Malcolm Muggeridge appraisal of the new PM. Photo
of "Spanky" McFarland, age 28, looking for
work. Drought and its human toll in 14 states, including
Colorado and the southwest. The Mideast - lets get started,
editorial about Eisenhower diplomacy. "Epic of
Man" Part 8 by Lincoln Barnett - Seafaring Minoans,
bare-breasted woman vaulting over the back of a charging
bull. Red China's efforts to become modern, many photos
of education and industry. Psychologists service Part
3. Arthur Larson. Brilliant hoaxer Marvin Hewitt, who
without a high school diploma passed himself off as
a PhD and taught at 8 U.S. schools and universities,
becomes an engineer . Piggy back motor drives 40-mph
skates invented by Pirrello. Actress Marie McDonald
and her version of her kidnapping reenacted. New Navy
Polaris missile from the ocean. Pointed toes on shoes,
x-ray of foot. Outrageous full page color ad for Cherry
Nugget Sealtest Ice Cream with a palette and paintbrushes.
Two page spread done in gold meant to look like gold
leaf, Crazy Golden Slippers by Andy Warhol.
Good - $20
Life Magazine January 28, 1957 : Cover - Take-off of Globe-Circling B-52 from Castle Air Force Base in California.
Article about B-52 crews making flight around
the world, Lieut. Colonet James H. Morris, Captain Gerald
A. Rusch, Major Salvador Felices, Airman 1/C Eugene
N. Preiss. A eulogy for a tough guy is given at Humphrey
Bogart's funeral, photo from "The African Queen".
Memphis TV program using methods of Frank Laubach teaches
literacy. Photo essay - The many uses of winter. All
the town's a stage for Natalie Wood, who practices her
art on people on the street. The wooing of a wonder
boy, Wilt Chamberlain by Kansas. New Jersey's Governor,
Bob Meyner, weds Helen Stevenson. A high - handed request.
Two page color Swift & Company ad as sponsors of
the "Color TV Musical" "Ruggles of Red
Gap," pictures of Michael Redgrave, Imogene Coca
and others from the production in ad, and coupons. Colorful
Ford red and white Ranchero truck two page ad. Macho
full page color Camel cigarette ad featuring helicopter
pilot Jim Ferguson.
Good - $42
Fair (All Good, but a few pages at back have a taped margin repair, small pale library stamps throughout) - $20
Life Magazine February 4, 1957 : Cover - Audrey Hepburn and husband Mel Ferrer as the historic lovers of "Mayerling".
Yorks' "Mad Bomber" , George Metskey, is caught, photos
of his home and neighborhood. Clark Art Institute's
reveals some of its impressive collection, including
32 Renoirs. Article with many photos about Eisenhower's
second inauguration. Photo essay - Young society's taskmaster,
William de Rham teaches manners to the children of the
rich and famous. Ravi Shankar on sitar-playing tour
in United States attends party with Dizzy Gillespie.
An epic tale of a gun, with energetic drawings by David
Fredenthal. Modest millionaire's mission will take John
Hay Whitney to the Court of St. James's. Anti-Russian
Red Victory. Cyclops with a cinder, funny photo of Charles
Menzter having a cinder removed from his eye. Romantic
full page color De Beers diamond ad. Full page color
ad for NBC Color television featuring Audrey Hepburn
and husband Mel Ferrer in fond embrace. Full page ad
by Association of American Railroads demanding repeal
of wartime transportation taxes.
Fair (Generally Very Good, but has address label scar in red band at bottom) - $14
Fair (All Good, but has small library stamps throughout) - $11
Fair (All Good, but cover has minor wear and minor soil) - $10
Life Magazine February 11, 1957 : Cover - Liz Pringle dries off after a winter swim at the Caribbean resort of Round Hill in Jamaica.
Beautiful photo in magenta tones of Statue
of Liberty in NYC harbor. Many color photos of luxury
in the Caribbean. New guardian of the skies: SAGE."From
Here to Eternity" author Jim Jones at work and
home. Photo essay: A busy day at the office, the life
of an office building at 260 Madison Avenue in New York.
Academic know-it-all, Charles Van Doren, gets $122,000
on quiz show "Twenty-One". Sun Bath in Aero
Weather: Mel Molzow of Neeah, Wisconsin. Judy Holliday
joins roster of musical comedy, "Bells are Ringing".
A Joining of Jowls, two bulldogs flat nose to flat nose..
Sweet full page color Seven-Up ad of smiling blond coquette
decorating for a party. Nice gold and white Ford Fairlane
500's Crown Victoria full page ad. Two page
"boldly modern" Ford F-100 green and
white pick-up ad.
Good - $17
Life Magazine February 18, 1957 : Cover - Actress Julie London makes comeback by exploiting her appealing singing voice.
Utah convicts riot, take visiting basketball players hostage
for 12-hours. Report on atomic energy progress with photos
from Colorado, New Mexico, Canada and Utah. Photos of the
Bolshoi pre-ballet in England. Photo essay - Early retirement
for men in their 40s and 50s. A balloon becomes the world's
first portable building. Prehistoric paintings in the Sahara,
beautiful full page color photos. New sights on the slopes:
resorts add fancy touches to handle swarms of skiers, fashion
and fake snow. Bob Feller talks about LIFE, photo at Yankee
Stadium. Canadian Prime Minister, Louis St. Laurent, celebrates
happy birthday. A warm winter wrap: encase your house in
Bakelite. Two-page "Whale of a Coffee Sale" chase & Sanborn
ad featuring Art Linkletter and Tennessee Ernie Ford.. Two
page Hotpoint wonderinse washer ad, very colorful. Make
sure your chicken is Acronized, full page color American
Cyanamid ad for Acronized poultry.
Good - $17
Life Magazine February 25, 1957 : Cover - Wearing a mask representing the spirit of a mythical being, a dancer of the New Hebrides acts in a South Seas play.
Candy Huber wins
the "girl with most hypnotic eyes" contest
at Penn State. "Cus" D'Amato discusses boxing
and psychology. Even a Dog can win. Dulles' thorny path.
Photo essay - "Great Adventures": Part I of a new LIFE
series, Romantic Voyage of the Varua in the South Seas.
Photo essay - Teaching with TV, successes and failures
with a new technique, Dr. Harvey Elliott White teaches
physics from University of California. Passing of a
great mind: mathematician John von Neumann whose work
discovered implosion method for atomic bomb. Cute winter
photo: Dry Lodging for a Lamb. Colorful full page Coca-Cola
ad features winter scene in Sun Valley by artist Jack
Potter. Brilliant color Avis Rent-a-Car full page ad
of desert saguaro and sunset, child on horseback with
cowboy. Full page ad features Lipton Tea at family dinner.
Good - $17
Life Magazine March 4, 1957 : Cover - Reunion in Portugal: Queen Elizabeth and Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, in Lisbon on first day of their state visit.
turned sideways of the Navy dirigible "Los Angeles"
standing on its nose in 1926. Trading Stamps, a national
obsession for half of U.S. families. In new legal switch,
Legislators take action to clear a Salem witch, Ann
Pudeator, in Boston, Massachusetts. Convicted murderer
Nathan Leopold is seen and heard after 32 years in prison.
Photos of masterpieces of British artists. Fold-out
map of Bible lands. Jimmy Stewart and the production
of Lindburgh film. The Mola mola, a giant sunfish, is
briefly on display. Dior's dazzling decade. A Lop-Eared
Lapin. Crisis-handling full page IBM Electric Typewriter
ad. Luxurious two page ad Lincoln premier convertible
Good - $12
"Where Democrats should
go from here." Discrimination in the North, black
doctor Clyde W. Phillips in Chicago denied work in white
hospitals. Teamsters' union scandal, testimony of James
Elkins to Robert Kennedy. Act of violence opens Vietnam
fair. Outcry over indoor kisses leads a Michigan dorm
to bar them from the lounge - University of Michigan.
Epic of Man Part 9, Great Age of Warriors and Traders.
Casey Stengel in the classroom - development of future
Yankee players. High-flying FK-102 jet. Kids' dental
contest. Scouts around the world celebrate Baden-Powell's
100th birthday. Luis Munoz Marin 3x Puerto Rican governor.
Buying spree in NY's 7th avenue. Renata Tebaldi. Fun
begins at Schlitz o'clock, cartoon-style four page color
Schlitz ad with jingle score and Schlitz vocabulary.
Light hearted full page color Pepsi ad, couple painting
a chair pink, of course! Then-and-now two page Equitable
insurance ad with skiers. Big adventure, full page color
Canadian club whiskey ad, ice bridge breaks for climbers.
Fair (All Good, nice, but has small library stamp on forehead on cover and more throughout) - $28
Life Magazine March 18, 1957 : Cover - Beatrice Lillie in the moon, Girls from New Ziegfeld Follies.
Photo essay- One of
America's Great Families: The Lowells of Massachusetts,
judges, poets, and more. PHOTO ESSAY - A master architect
: Mies van der Rohe, great color images of a graphic
style. The tears of an ex-convict who is now prime minister:
Ghana's Nkrumah, many lovely photos. Hardcore bridge
players, George Rapee, John Crawford, B. Jay Becker,
Charles Goren. King of the mountain: Austria's Olympic
gold medallist skier Toni Sailer at Aspen. A serving
in suspense: Tony Purdy near Bedford, England. Yul Brynner
in a wig for the part of Jean Lafitte. Recipes and photos
of dishes of India prepared by Dharam Jit Singh. Nice
full page ad Dorothy Gray cosmetics. Cute full page
ad Post Toasties Cereal.
Good - $17
Life Magazine March 25, 1957 : Cover - the pudgy-faced baby Princess Caroline, daughter of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier, at her Christening.
Rich royal family photos with baby
Caroline. 22 candidates for one U.S. Senate seat in
Texas. Cuba's President Batista beats the bullets in
coup attempt by students. Susan Hull, Nancy Hull, and
1,000 other Grand Rapids girls cut their hair Elvis-style.
Richard Nixon visits Africa. Sculptor Leonard Baskin.
The pleasure of practice: Yogi Berra and spring training
holidays. Admiral Byrd, hero of air and Antarctic, dies
at 68. Photo essay - Bowerbirds, the strangest birds
in the world, Joseph Sibal illustrations. Valedictory
of a great writer: undaunted by paralysis, Joyce Carey
works to the end. Sinking in a Sea of Shavings, Reverend
Bob Richards, Olympic pole vault champion of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. Coca-Cola full page ad " The talent of Jack
Potter's brush visit a pleasant home overlooking Hawaii's
Diamond Head. Dr. Roy Zachariah Thomas, 77, Takes 23
Members of His Family on a Surprise Junket to Bermuda
Good - $17
Fair (Generally Good, but cover is mildly soiled) - $8
Life Magazine April 1, 1957 : Cover - A new paris discovery, model Marie-Helene Arnaud, story includes designer Guy Laroche.
The Filipinos mourn death of President Ramon Magsaysay
in plane crash. Prize winning press photographers, Howard
Sochurek, John Sadovy, Leonard McCombe, Grey Villet.
Earthquake in San Francisco. Photo essay - A Fleeting
time of spring in the Tyrol, Austrian Alps as snow retreats.
Photo essay - The U.S. Antarctic team holed up in the
South Pole, Dr. Paul Siple at the pole, John P. Strider
and William A Gumbie Jr. are polar crew. Leona Baumgartner,
an energetic lady doctor to eight million people in
New York. Joanne Vander Woude and Bruce Griffith show
new system for teens to advertise dating status. Death
of artist Constantin Brancusi. An Underwater Reminder
of a war: Gulf of Aqaba across from Saudi Arabia. Charming
full page color Eberhard Faber's Mongol pencil ad. Young
romantic hopefuls offer gum to pretty blond object of
affection in full page color Beech-nut Gum ad. Full
page ad for Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall in "Designing
Woman," with stills from the film.
Very Good - $25
Good - $15
Fair (All Good, nice, but has extra tanning) - $8
Life Magazine April 8, 1957 : Cover - Yale students, Linden Blue, 20, and Neal Blue, 21, sit at the controls of the single-engine plane that they piloted 25,000 miles in 110 days.
smiling Jerry Lewis in an ad for Van Heusen Century
shirts. Pink and black full page ad for "Funny
face" with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire. Spring
blizzard on the plains kills 40 and Robert Quentin Martin
is delivered by his mother at home alone, disturbing
photos of the human toll. Princeton students George
Treyz and Bruce Garand launch their grinder business
with much acclaim. Colorful photo essay of artist Hans
Hoffman and the work of his students. Cecile Dionne,
of famous quints, is engaged. Photo essay - The flight
of the "Blue Bird". Culture's new Kentucky home, civic
renaissance in Louisvlle. The adoption fight fight for
Hildy Ellis of Massachusetts. Flap-Happy Jackass with
Flies. Cute full page color Kellog's Corn Flakes ad,
breakfast after the prom. Very nice two page Schlitz
Beer ad with art by Joe Kaufman.
Good - $17
Fair (All Good, but cover has minor marks) - $9
Fair (All Good, but has small library stamps throughout) - $8
Life Magazine April 15, 1957 : Cover - Ernie Kovacs, inventive comic with cigar and bright lights background.
The Passing of a Great
French Patriarch: Edouard Herriot, photos of Herriot with
Poincare, Gorki, Moroccan Sultan, FDR, many others. More
pink washing machines, vacuums, and stoves! Beautiful color
photos of Audrey Hepburn in article about photo tips and
tricks from "Funny Face."Photo essay - Ernie Kovacs: a funnyman
with ideas in national drought of mirth, TV camera trickery.
Close-up: Mississippi's Governor Coleman, the state's big
booster. Full page ad features Lucille Ball reading a Bunnygram
to little Ricky. Stavros Niarchos buys almost a million dollars
in paintings from Edward G. Robinson. American's War of Independence
by Winston Churchill. Stunning photos of tornado ripping
through Dallas. Photos from new TV version of Cinderella,
with Julie Andrews. Spring hijinks at U.S. universities.
A Suit that Sells Itself. Really cute full page Friskies
Dog Food ad with art by Douglass Crockwell. Nice Jell-o full
Good - $22
Life Magazine April 22, 1957 : Cover - Teen-age star, Carol Lynley, age 15, in a red shirt and big smile.
The doctor in
the dock: Trial of Britain's Doctor John Bodkin Adams.
Fatal Record of Avalanche: Photographer, John Hermann,
dies in making a picture story in the Rockies near Berthoud
Pass, Colorado, amazing avalanche photos. Queen Elizabeth
II in Paris, photos of glitz and glamour. Girls' national
badminton tournament, Sharon Pritula, Lynn Morgan, Barbara
Prince. Many lovely color photos, spring at the Bronx
Zoo. A Big Splash Stopped: Don Lococo of Louisville,
Kentucky. Robert Magill's one-man personal helicopter
unveiled. Full page ad Coca-Cola cruise the Caribbean,
art by Jack Potter. Two page color ad, '57 Dodge Swept-wing,
with Lawrence Welk and baseball boys. Ominous icebergs
in the North Atlantic. Colorful full page Life Savers
ad, big bold painting of fruit. Nice full page ad Walker's
DeLuxe Straight Bourbon Whiskey.
Very Good - $27
Good - $17
Life Magazine April 29, 1957: Cover - Starter Flags Off Fort Worth Drag Racer, flagman caught at peak of leap.
union investigations in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Collision
and Air Safety: The Lessons of Grand Canyon, reconstruction
of crash. Scouts' Survival Test: parents suffer more
than their snowbound sons caught in a blizzard on Mount
Baden-Powell. Photo essay - The drag racing rage, Santa
Ana track, Eagle Mountain strip, illegal races in Los
Angeles. Top U.S. missile man: Major General Benny Schriever,
head of ICBM project, many family photos. Baseball's
opening day shenanigans. A Head of the Game, man with
a deer head. Full page Kellogg's Snack-Pak ad. Nice
Oldsmobile Golden Rocket 88 Holiday Sedan full page
Out of Stock -
Life Magazine May 6, 1957 : Color cover - Sophia Loren in a pleated dress, standing on rocks in stream, many photos including family and film stills in article.
Our need for smaller atomic arms, dangers in nuclear
arms. The Celts - Epic of Man, last part. Eisenhower
doctrine for Middle East peace gets a try-out in Jordan
crisis. Ice gives Lake Superior ore ships worst time
in 50 years. Reds snap up a state in India - Kerala.
New York observes opening of World Trade Fair with fireworks,
Sonja Boonstoppel and Elizabeth Klinkert offer cheese
samples at the fair. Donald O'Connor learns to play
Buster Keaton. Girls learn shop and boys learn cooking
at P.S. 38 in Jersey city. Marcel Marceau in a full
page Smirnoff Vodka ad. Lawrence Welk is the most popular
musician in U.S. history, photos and story behind the
scenes. Law for Suez. Writer Philip Wylie at work. Eddie
Fisher and Debbie Reynolds in a full page Western Union
telegram ad. Full page Post 40% Bran flakes ad, man
in shower illustration by Dick Sargent. Currier &
Ives in old ads.
Very Good - $25
Good - $15
Fair (All Good, but cover is torn along spine) - $7
a crisis in Jordan. Frank Lloyd Wright picks a fight
in Arizona over proposed skyscraper. Sudden death of
Senator Joe McCarthy at age 48. Photo essay - Secret
of Indian "divine mushrooms" on a trip to Mexcio with
New York Banker, Gordon Wasson. Baby Mylinda Sue Day
wins tiny "Queen for a Day" spot. Photo essay
- getting and spending the teen-aged allowance. Meet
Prime Minister Diem of Vietnam. Sugar Ray Robinson is
middleweight chamion at age 37. Photo essay: spring
recess for students at Lakeridge School in Renton, Washington.
Monkey is a curious companion for a cow. The oldest
airman, Master Sargeant Horst Tittel at age 72. Laurels
for lady artists. An Oompah Umbrella, Dan McHugh of
Memphis. Cute full page ad Kodiak Film features little
girl watering a tulip. Very colorful two page ad Brach's
Fine Candies. Full page ad Bell telephone System featuring
Out of Stock -
Life Magazine May 20, 1957 : Cover - Air Force Unveils First Vertijet at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
Compassionate farewells in the Senate and at home to
Joe McCarthy. Photo essay - Art rides high at a great
University, UCLA, many intriguing color photos of visual
arts, design, film, and theatre studies. Rare auto photos
by Henry Ford. Invention of a faster dental drill. A
judicial firebrand: portrait of Judge John Peter
Barnes of Illinois. Owner O'Malley, scouts for a new
home for Dodgers away from Brooklyn. A Cowed Coed: Jackie
Roeder of Massachusetts. Full page color Lifesavers
ad with cute illustration of a boy dressed as a pirate,
with a parrot, Butter Rum flavor, of course! Full page
ad Oldsmobile Super 88 Fiesta. Post 40% Bran Flakes
full page ad.
Good - $17
in New York at Madison Square Garden. Normal vision
: 2% have it and 98% try ways to get it. Benjamin Hooper
Jr. rescued after falling into narrow well shaft on
Long Island. Close-up of Harry Belafonte Jr. Wildflowers
for gardens feature, with seven pages of beautiful color
botanical illustrations by Anne Ophelia Todd. Andy Griffith
guitar thumper in his first film. Harry Belafonte is
country's most popular calypso singer. Gypsy Rose Lee
- stripper - now telling all. Gettysburg analyzed. Interplanetary
Spacecraft Convention gathers in Yucca Valley, California,
participants tell their stories. Alfonso de Portago's
fatal crash in Italy's Mille Miglia. Rulers of Iraq
and Saudi Arabia bury an old feud with big party in
Good - $15
Fair (Generally Very Good, but has small library stamps throughout) - $11
for Marilyn Monroe, includes some GREAT color photos,
including a two page spread of Marilyn in orange on
a black background - stunning! Photo essay -
The pleasures and pain of having a kid sister. Record
tornadoes and floods in the Southwest and Midwest. Storm
over Sands: Tommy Sands makes his try at unseating Presley.
Weyerhausers throw a party for the Metropolitan Opera
in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Photographer Who Works for
Peanuts. Photos in color of outstanding architectural
designs of past decade chosen by AIA. Full page ad Owens-Illinois
party-quarts. Military guys with girl full page Beech-Nut
Good - $20
Fair (Generally Good, but outer few pages have a water marked corner, Marilyn pages are good.) - $9
Photo essay - Helicopter
safari in Africa with Arthur Godfrey and General Curtis
LeMay. New Man on Ike's Team: Robert Anderson, Secretary
of the Treasury. Nuclear Worries: A Searching inquiry
into nuclear perils, photos, diagrams, photo of test
explosion in Nevada. Stefan Cardinal Wysynski of Poland
finally goes to rome to receive the symbols of his office.
Close-up of Sister Mary Madeleva of St. Mary's College
in South Bend, Indiana. The first appearance of the
skort! The "new" Hollywood, with photos of
Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck, director George Stevens,
and others. Last By A Hare at De Kalb, Illinois High
School. Full page ad Johnsons SeaHorse outboard motors.
Yellow Pontiac Tri-Power convertible full page ad.
Good - $17
Life Magazine June 17, 1957 : Cover - With two men watching from the poop deck and two crewmen standing in the rigging, a fifth steers the "Mayflower II" on a foamy course for the New World.
A Mayflower sails into today, the adventure
and crew of the Mayflower II with many photos and intriguing
narrative. Whooping Crane chicks inspire hope for species.
Photo essay - The reigning royalty of Europe: in a democratic
era, they survive by serving it, Dutch, Belgian, English,
Scandinavian, Greek royalty with color photos. High school
students from Greenwich act out the expressive faces required
to play "Living Droodler's" game. A warm father and son story
about the Wynns: Ed, jolted by son Keenan, came out of morose
idleness to blossom out into new success. Balloonist, Air
Force Captain Joe Kittinger of Minnesota, makes record climb,
a damp landing. Down to His Ears in a Traffic Rush. Full
page color Post-Tens Cereal ad. Full page color Four Roses
Whiskey or Gin ad with glasses on golf cart.
Good - $17
Life Magazine June 24, 1957 : Cover - Prince Juan Carlos, the son of the pretender to the Spanish throne, trains for kingship with Franco's support.
A successful voyage for "Mayflower
II". Photo essay - Europe's chief royal claimants: a
gallery of hopeful nobles await call to crowns. Generalissimo
speaks: Chiang Kai-shek versus Communism - his personal
account. Photos of the only walrus in the U.S., now
at the New york Aquarium. European royalty, part II.
Rare fossils in three dimensions: desert find yields
prehistoric insects. Dick Mayer wins the 57th National
Open golf tournament in Toledo. First Atlas missile
launch ends in failure. Bittersweet Goodbye: Yale senior,
Roger Hanson, says goodbye to Bright College Years.
Funny photo of executives in suits riding the chairlift
at Aspen, Colorado ski area, article about top execs
retreat for work and fun. Upshot of a kiss: Glenda Margraves
of Herrin, Illinois is married to Ronald Botwinski.
Good two page Ford truck ad features red and white
F-100. Nice full page color ad TWA Jetstream.
Good - $17
Fair (Generally Good, but has taped spine end and lightly rubbed cover) - $10
Fair (Generally Good, but has small library stamps throughout and lightly rubbed cover) - $8
The New "Warren Court" Stirs
up Controversy. Tornado Breaks up the Family of Gerald
Munson in Fargo, North Dakota. Frank Scalise, friend
of Charles Luciano dies. Photo
essay - A breath-taking record of Swiss climb of Mt.
Everest, with Wolfgang Diehl, Albert Eggler,
Ernst Reiss, Jung Marmet, Fritz Luchsinger and Ernst
Schmied. Photo essay - Roadside inns and their fine
food, Newfane Inn, Snoqualmie Falls Lodge, Milk Pail,
Milton Inn, Beaumont Inn, Stagecoach Inn, Bonanza Inn
Nevada, Warren's Tavern. View along a pole, great photos
of pole vaulter Bob Gutowski in action. Close-up
- Young man with tough questions: Bob Kennedy. Chaing
Kai-shek's Strategy. Bearskin about to bite the dust.
Nice full page color ad for Post-Tens cereal, color
illustration by Dick Sargent. Full page color 7-Up ad.
Good (minor cover marks) - $25
Fair (All Good, but has small library stamps throughout) - $14
Life Magazine July 8, 1957 : Cover - Ed Durham, a manager of the King Ranch in Texas, works a modern cattle herd, great classic working cowboy shot.
Former President, Harry
Truman, shows off the Truman Memorial Library in Independence,
Missouri. Cute full page color ad for Norcross triangle-shaped
greeting cards. Photo essay - Pilgrims of the U.S.A.,
Americans visiting their capital. Photo story of filming
"The Pride and the Passion" in Spain with
Frank Sinatra and Sophia Loren. Whittier, California
High School students vocational students build and sell
a house, includes Fernando Garcia, Alfonso Rodriguez,
Victor Lopez, Karen Cocks, Carol Pike, Richard Krogh
and tohers. . Rescue at the Powhatan coal mine between
Fernwood and Dogtown in southern Ohio, includes Joe
Supinski, Kenny Hamilton. Horrible aerial photo of a
dead man next to his bicycle in the Mojave Desert. This
poor baby okapi was named Ebola. Close-up: Tunisia's
Premier Bourguiba says, " Democracy cannot be bargained
for…" The amazing McDaniel boys: baseball pitchers
Lindy, 21, and Von,18, remind St. Louis of " Me and
Paul". Enrolled in a school of fish, Logan Smith off
Catalina Island. Full page color ad the mighty Chrysler
Winsor black and white 2-door sedan.
Good - $30
Life Magazine July 15, 1957 : Cover - Coveted roll for European star, Maria Schell, in "The Brothers Karamazov".
World's Scientists Launch History Greatest Study of
Earth and Space, worldwide International Geophysical
Year (IGY) project. Full page black and white AEtna
insurance ad featuring Boy Scouts. Hurricane Audrey's
terrible aftermath to Louisiana. Humongous two page
color Pillsbury cake mix ad. Photo essay - Tears pay
off for Maria Schell: Film triumphs abroad. The King
Ranch, Part II, beautiful shots of ranch and Santa Gertrudis
cattle. Close-up: German forces' rebuilder: Defense
Minister Franz-Josef Strauss. Mike Todd dazzles London
with party for 2,500 guests. N.E.A. marks its 100th
birthday in Philadelphia. The Lew Hoad case: Jack Kramer
made $7 0,000 gamble on tennis star, Lew Hoad. Leapfrogging
Frog. Color full page Budweiser ad. Nice full page color
ad Walker's DeLuxe Straight Bourbon.
Good - $17
A fabulous life ends with a
surprise will: Aga Khan names grandson, Karim his successor.
Full page color Borden's buttermilk ad featuring Elsie
the Cow and her family. civil rights battle in the Southern
legislature, segregationist John Kasper and others on
charges of criminal contempt. The fight for the pennant
in the National League... five clubs battle for the
league, cartoon by Willard Mullin, photos of managers
in the dugout, players on the field. Photo essay - The
distant land of Genghis Khan. Photo essay - Radio finds
new riches and keeps on growing. Great Adventures: Alone
at Sea for 72 days, Hannes Lindemann crosses the Atlantic.
A Low-Flying Swallow. Nice full page color ad Buick's
1957 Century red and white. .
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Life Magazine July 29, 1957 : Cover - Fifteen-year-old babysitter Judy Fuss of Los Angeles, California, reading to her charge.
Jean Cocteau mural in 14th century chapel in
Villefranch-sur-Mer. Cute color photo ad, full page,
Kellogg's Variety Pack, two small boys unable to choose.
Miss U.S.A. contest winner is revealed as a Mrs. Photo
essay - A great cameraman shows bullfight's " Perfect
flow of motion. Photo essay - Supersonic view of U.S.
in record 203-minute flight piloted by Major John H.
Glenn. Photo essay - The profession of sitting, opening
photo of young Chan Gibson making faces at his sitter.
Cyd Charisse in "Silk Stockings". The revival
of the hammock. Close-up: Dressmaker Emil Lence's bold
venture into boxing. Shear Tranquility : Doyle Goldy
of Palisades, Washington. Nice full page color Pepsi
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Life Magazine August 5, 1957: Cover - Julia Williamsson, a pretty debutante of the current London social season, stands on balcony of the Hyde Park Hotel.
Enter Hoffa- The
teamsters candidate. Feature on American and British
lawyers. Two page Ford Motor Company ad with four models
in pastel colors. A versatile lady's new adventure:
Clara Boothe Luce goes skindiving. Photo essay - American
salt-water game fish, seven pages of color fish illustrations
painted by Maynard Reece. Photo essay - A mighty king's
paneled tomb in Turkey unearths culture of Phrygia.
Driver Juan Fangio rules racing. Photo essay - London's
gayest season, lots of glamour. Close-up: First homebred
governor, Mike Stepovich, goes to work in Alaska. Bright
Bird Fills the Bill. Nice two page color ad Dan River
twin wonder cottons. Full page black and white Postum
ad, a healthy caffeine-free alternative to coffee. Full
page Kodiak film ad.
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of a Thousand Faces movie ad - starring James Cagney
and Dorothy Malone. Swedish Blondes - May Britt, Inger
Stevens, Ingrid Goude - photo shoot. Howard Hughes'
Jet Pilot movie ad in color with John Wayne and Jane
Leigh. Youth from 102 lands visit Moscow, Sixth World
Youth Festival. Full page color Campbell's soup ad chicken
with rice. Guatemala President Castillo Armas is assassinated.
Lemurs of Madagascar a photo gallery by Loomis Dean.
Aspen Music festival with the Julliard Quartet. Full
page color Pan American ad featuring Cochem Germany
castle. Noel Davis tours the US visiting fraternal organizations
and makes interesting paintings. A wise woman knows...
a man who enjoys cigars is a happier man, full page
ad. Gary Cooper and Cary Grant remain frisky past 50.
Floyd Patterson and Tommy Jackson boxing result and
photos. Motel on the Mountain designed by Japanese architect
Junzo Yoshimura. Aid from US to Israel - $100 million
to support the Jewish. Newport Rhode Island party with
Ottavio Prochet, Frederick Prince Jr. Mrs. Guy Fairfax
Cary, Jackie Kennedy. Full page color Post Tens ad,
illustration by Ben Sargent. Don Ibsen goes to work
on water skis. Back cover - full page color Coca Cola
ad featuring Venice Grand Canal - art by Jack Potter.
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Formal portrait of generations. A master Spy unmasked:
Colonel Rudoff Ivanovich Abel, Brooklyn artist and Soviet
spy. Full page color Campbell's ad features Mrs. Selma
Urbonas of Chicago trimming potatoes with a paring knife.
S. S. Kresge turns 90. Patches as playthings:
cute stick-on bandages become decorations instead of
boo boo protectors. Air Force Academy's striking new
chapel is built. Strong arm, Johnny Dio does what comes
naturally at Senate hearing. Photo essay - famous tales
of a donkey by Spain's great poet, Juan Ramon Jimenez,
photographer Mark Kauffman. Photo essay - The Du Ponts
of Wilmington. Tenth anniversary of the tape recorder
and magnetic tape. Carol Burnett sings a love song about
the Secretary of State on the Jack Paar Tonight show.
Film shots of Rita Marlowe and Tony Randall in "Will
Success Spoil Rock Hunter?". Close-up: Just a simple
little dressmaker - Coco Chanel. The hair of the Dog.
Full page color ad Seagram's Golden Gin. Full page color
Blue Bell clothes ad.
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Life Magazine August 26, 1957: Cover - Roman Pool at San Simeon, the late William Randolph Hearst's estate.
photos as John McGuyrt escapes an out-of-control jet
during test flight. Full page color Post-Tens ad will
illustration by Dick sargent, father and son balancing
dishes, newspaper, and cereal. Alpine tragedy and rescue
: Italian Claudio Corti on Eiger in the Swiss Alps.
Barstow, California's new hospital finished, but too
broke to open. Anthrax kills cattle in Oklahoma. Camden,
Maine plays Peyton Place. Photo essay - A unique tour
of San Simeon. Close-up: A peacemaking minister, Reverend
C. Myers, in gangland. Periscope Peepers. Cute full
page color Canada Dry ad with a tiny boy hiding sodas
from his older brother behind his back. Full page Clairol
hair color ad.
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Life Magazine September 2, 1957 : Cover - Major David Simmons takes his own portrait as he reaches 100,000 feet in a balloon.
Photo essay - A jouncing tour of Kipling's wild land,
American journalists Pierre and Peggy Streit through
A James Cagney in Man of a thousand Faces, creates movie
biography of Lon Chaney, nice little photos of make-up
process for Phantom of the Opera. Afghanistan and Nepal;.
50 exposure photo of Jill Feldser of Atlanta in her
100 bathing suits. What really DID happen in David Steeves'
story of crashing and walking out of the Sierra Nevada?
Reform plan for schools. Photo essay - The Asiatic flu.
The man who hit too many home runs; Dick Stuart. Finless
Edsels , the first new car brought out by a major U.S.
manufacturer in almost twenty years. Fashion: skirts
get shorter. A Low Level Dogfight. Full page color ad
Ballantine Light Ale. Nice Howard Johnson's ad full
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Wow - two page Celanese contemporary
fiber ad with full page color photo of lady in stunning
red gown, Arnel fabrics, Vocama. Editorial - Another
kind of public enemy- Jimmy Hoffa. Photo essay - Debate
about going steady, parents don't like it!. Cute full
page color Post Toasties cereal ad, Dick Sargent illustration
of young girl asleep upside down in armchair. 25th anniversary
of two radio queens: Ma Perkins and Helen Trent. Movie:
"Pajama Game" stars Doris Day . Part I of Life's series
on Crime in the U.S.. Monterrey, Mexico Little League
players win the championship, despite arriving in Texas
without a change of clothes and their belongings in
paper bags. Congressional weddings. A candid music critic:
Lynn Jones, 3 of Chesapeake Bay, Virginia. Full page
color ad pink Cadillac. Color full page Crest toothpaste
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Life Magazine September 16, 1957 : Cover - Chief of Cincinnati's Model Police Force: Stanley Schrotel on the phone at headquarters.
Backstage in quest to become Miss America. Full page Western
Union telegram ad with Ed Sullivan. Four school years
since end of segregation and troubles still exist in Arkansas
and other parts of the south. Driver Charles Musselman
flips his car at Langhorne Speedway in Philadelphia and
gets only bruises. "robot camera" photos of the event.
How to pitch to Mantle and Williams, pitchers give tips,
photos. Photo essay - A Frenchman, Pierre Boular, looks
at American women. Part II of Life's series on Crime in
the U.S.A fearful climb up a tower. Nothing to Crow About:
Linnual Denton of Post, Texas and crow named Jim. West
Side Story review with color photos. Full page color Green
Giant ad. Full page color Fresh Frozen Orange Juice ad
featuring baseball player Robin Roberts.
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Part III of Life's
series on "Crime in the U.S.", with illustrations by
Marshall Davis. Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus' Illiad
and Odyssey. After 450 years, the U.S. Navy finds a
safe northwest passage. Pictures of member of the "Handlebar
Club" in England... big, bushy mustachios. Photo
essay - Gunners' choice: Sites favored by ducks and
hunters. Photo essay - In the image of the master: the
famous photographs of Matthew Brady. Close-up: A poet's
pilgrimage : Robert Frost. Bellot Strait is first workable
Northwest Passage. U.S. Tennis Championship at Forest
Hills won by Australian Malcolm Anderson and the first
black woman to play there, Althea Gibson. Study with
a new twist: Diane Fuller of Minneapolis, Minnesota
. Full page color Corby's Whiskey ad. Post Toasties
full page color ad.
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Beside a wall at Noel Cowart's home in Jamaica,
many production photos from Les Girls. Catholic Church
demands businesses remain closed on Sundas. Full page
color Hiram Walker ad will butler illustration by Ludwig
Bemelmans, Princess Yasmine, Rita Hayworth's daughter,
drives a winner in a sulky race. Photo essay - Part
IV in Life's series on "Crime in U.S.", With two portfolios:
Maximum security fortresses to keep men in, with illustrations
by Gregoria Prestopino and Prison from within. Close-up:
Busy days for IBM's Tom Watson. Display of Aerial jackstraws
at Chicago's Soldier Field. Cute full page color Norcross
Greeting Cards ad featuring Queen-size cards. Full page
Buster Brown Shoes color ad.
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Life Magazine October 7, 1957 : Color cover - U.S. troops take over in Arkansas (Central High School in Little Rock), a week of civil strife.
Beginning in this issue
: "Man's new world, Part 1 - technical triumphs
to shape daily lives. U.S. takes lead in NATO maneuvers
from Mediterranean to Norwegian Sea. Women of Winnipeg
unite to spare a tree. Massachusetts Mutual ad with
small black and white illustration of kids by Norman
Rockwell. "Crime in the U.S." - Part 5. Jimmy
Dean - quick rise of an early riser. Riches for designer
Wragge and also a Winnie. Robinson and Basilio have
the grudge fight of the decade. Critical priest loses
campus rights and there is a furor at Princeton. Tokyo
calypso - bilingual swing. Youngest American chess master
- Robert (Bobby) Fischer at 14. Lavish ship ball at
dockside. Piccard family's new fangled - a cluster of
balloons. Full page color Pepsi-Cola ad features cut
illustration of travelers consulting their map.
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Life Magazine October 14, 1957 : Cover - Milwaukee celebrates the beginning of the World Series as Manager, Fred Haney rides in a motorcade.
Jimmy Hoffa's muscles rule the
Teamsters Hoffa elected Teamster president. Soviets launch
first successful satellite, to the chagrin of the U.S.
Full page color Smirnoff Vodka ad features Buster Keaton
as a cowboy in oversize chaps. First customers, first
program, for pay television. Sketches from Ronald Searle's
cartoon movie of the history of energy. Photo essay -
Hunting the huge Alaska brown bear. Photo essay - Picasso
the Sculptor. Photo essay - Ordeal for the "Beasts":
West Point plebes. Part V of Life's series "Crime in U.S.".
Close-up: Albert Camus: action-packed intellectual. Nature:
worm that turns the water on. Science: Utah gets stone
dinosaur. Picture that made a big impression: Policeman
Maurice Cullinane of Washington, D.C. with 2 year-old
Allen Weaver. Full page color ad Pan American Airline.
Cute full page color ad Life Savers.
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Life Magazine October 21, 1957 : Color cover - U.S. scientists (Smithsonian Observatory scientists working at M.I.T.) plot orbit.
Soviet Satellite Special, why U.S lost the race to Sputnik.
Full page color Campbell Kids ad for their birthday.
City planning symposium at Connecticut building with
gardens landscaped by Isamu Noguchi. First time women
students at Muhlenberg College. Brazil photo story by
Dmitre Kessel. Governor Author Foster Furcolo. Voices
of conscience heard in Little Rock. Excerpt from Foster
Furcolo's comic novel. Lawyer Edward Bennett Williams
- defender for the unpopular. Braves win World Series,
Milwaukee's celebration. New Man-made fur - bearskin.
Nice full page color Calvert whiskey ad with colorful
graphic illustration of a neighborhood party. Full page
color Western electric ad with photo of 11-foot high
racks of telephone switches behind the scenes.
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Life Magazine October 28, 1957 : Color cover - Queen opens Canada Parliament, opulent interior of chambers.
Great two page photo of eight large bears mounted by
Jonas Brothers taxidermy in Seattle. Photo of Judy Garland
making London stage return after six years. Andrea Doria
visited by divers. Lester Pearson wins Nobel Peace Prize.
Full page color Post Treat-Pak ad with charming Dick
Sargent illustration of young trick-or-treater. Ghostly
American Legends photo essay. Nazi V bombs by Constance
Babington-Smith. TV westerns. Gidget, Kathy Kohner,
surfing. Elizabeth and Philip visit America. Soviets
rattle swords over Syria. Russia hints at the moon "maybe
soon." Brilliant British feat in finding Nazi V-bombs.
Minneapolis museum buys a $36,0000 goddess. Dr. Bela
Schick. TV goes wild over westerns. Gathering of free
enterprisers is held at San Francisco - International
Industrial Development Conference. Two page color Texaco
ad outlines 22 services offered at dealers in all 48
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Photo essay - High-born beauties
of Europe as elegant sweater girls. Great two page photo
of Army Signal Corps trainees in the 30-foot high pole
orchard. U.S. tries to catch up in missile race. Close-up:
A poetic reprise for Chicago's Laureate: Carl Sandburg
returns to his adopted city. Photo essay - Fairy tales
on TV, Mickey Rooney, Van Johnson, Shirley Temple. Photo
essay - Look of the West Inspires New Art, Douglas snow,
Enrique Montenegro, Richard Diebenkorn, Louis Bunce.
Coming out of 1958 car models. The historic skull of
Shanidar cave in Iraq. Interference for the other side.
Nice full page color ad for Coca-Cola. Cute Post Cereal's
full page color ad.
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Life Magazine November 11, 1957 : Cover - In Buffalo, New York inventor Walter Byrd and wife, Helen pose in air-supported dome for all-year swimming.
Ghastly look of a Film Fad, horror
films are the biggest profit makers, not recommended
for people of nervous disposition. Bright and dynamic
two page color Pall Mall cigarette ad. Photo essay -
spirited Survey of U.S. Painting, Hopper, de Kooning,
Demuth, Whistler. Opera Baritone George London prefers
to play villains and sinners. Kansas Turnpike, which
ended abruptly in Amos Switzer's field on the Oklahoma
border, finally gets a link so Amos can stop rescuing
motorists who drive off the end. $15 million dollar
fortune in bat guano in the Grand Canyon. Part II of
"Man's New World". A hilarious elephant hunt. Photo
essay -Tomorrow's life today. Intimate portrait of a
Russian master spy: Rudolf Abel, with sketches by Abel
himself. A mixed gait. Elegant two page color ad for
the new DeSoto. Full page Buicks' air born B-58 ad.
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Life Magazine November 18, 1957 : Cover - Werner Von Braun, top U.S. Space Expert, and Moon Rocket model.
Sputnik II in the
air, dogstronaut Laika, dog in space. Hefty pros get
heftier, color and B&W photos of National Football
League big boys in action, can you say George Blanda
and Johnny Unitas. Destination outer space. Cute full
page color Canada Dry ad with small boy in cowboy duds,
group of 3 Native Americans roped behind him. 40th anniversary
of Bolshevism. Photo essay - The seer of space. Modern
prophet of Israel: Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Brigitte Bardot in And God Created Woman. New Hillsdale
High in San Mateo has skylights but no windows. Making
children's records. Israel's Prime Minister Ben-Gurion,
illustrations by David Fredenthal. A moment in history:
President Eisenhower speaks and everyone listens. Caterpillar
with 10/10 vision. Color two page Ford Motor Company
ad showing their new cars for 1958. Two page Buick color
ad for their air-borne red B-58 .
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The missile makers, introducing
the leaders of our crucial industry. Lassie gets a new
family as show cast changes. New data provides a portrait
of Sputnik II. Nonstop jet flight caps US air stunts
in Argentina. Pictorial essay - Stravinsky on 75th anniversary.
Who says slim profile monitors are a new invention?
- Full page color Sylvania TV ad boasts a cabinet only
10 inches deep! Cool photo of massive sink hole on Ravenna
Boulevard in Seattle, sewer line break. R.B. Robertson,
LIFE correspondent, attempts to reach the south pole
in the Antarctic, includes Earland Hedblom, John Findlay,
John Rose, Conrad Gus Shinn. Great photo of boxer Gene
Fullmer getting his face mashed. Full page color Kellogg's
Rice Krispies cereal ad with Marshmallow crispy Treats
(rice krispie bars) recipe. Biggest architectural show
- Berlin covers 60 acres with bold new buildings. Terry
Brennan, coach of Notre Dame. Surfcasters (fishing)
during Florida storms, including Robert Appleton. Ustinov
in Romanoff and Juliet. Lurcy art collection sells for
records $1.7 million. Latin party for Louis Armstrong
in Buenos Aires. Edward Weston's first color photos,
dramatic! Harry Conway tests an emergency airplane pickup
technique at 150 MPH. Nice full page color Schwinn bicycle
ad, with bunch of kids and the Tornado bike.
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Murder and mystery in Plainfield, Wisconsin,
the appalling horror of Ed Gein. Photo essay - The cocktail
party: hurrah? Full page color Coro Jewelry ad sells
baubles for the holidays, sparkling necklaces in gold
tone and gem color for $3, she'll be delighted! Khrushchev,
the man behind the masks, they say he has four faces,
must make shaving a drag. Sports: Big jump on the ski
season: rugged workouts in White Plains, New York gym.
Classes in store windows in Cook County, Illinois, to
celebrate National Education Week. Sallie Blair is seasons'
hit singer. Model llama in a New York taxi. Close-up:
Henry J. Kaiser and his new Hawaiian playground. Fashion:
The muumuu is new dress. Photo essay - Claude Monet's
influence on contemporary painters including Sam Francis.
Treasury of English eccentrics. A bubble that has ears:
Steve Wessels of Champaign, Illinois. Full page color
ad Eastman Kodak Company shows he many cameras offered.
Full page color ad Parker Pens with Bob Hope.
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Life Magazine December 9, 1957 : Cover - Richard Nixon and White House Press Secretary James C. Hagerty talk to Press in White House.
Great photos of sailors struggling to bring in
a Navy blimp on a windy day by Bill Clinkscales. Two
page color ad for Remington Shavers, featuring Mr. and
Mrs. John Wayne. Buy your share of paradise, two page
color ad encourages buying lots in Port Charlotte, Florida
for $10 down, $10 a month. Cops in tiny town of Appalachian,
NY breakup a party of 60 mob-connected guests at Joe
Barbara's, who'd a thunk they'd be noticed in a population
of 277? Vito Genovese, Carlo Gambino, Paul Castellano,
others. Helen Hayes in "Time Remembered".
Diego Rivera's stormy funeral. Editorial: The president
in crisis. Photo essay - The heroes of a beloved painter:
N.C. Wyeth. Photo essay - The Algerian dilemma. Spaak
and the summit. Fashion: Balloon dress. Movies: River
Kwai is exciting, provocative war adventure. High Horse
with View, Muzzle in a fourth-floor Greenwich village
stall. Full page color ad Evening in Paris perfume.
Full page color ad for the Lincoln Continental Mark
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Photo essay of Madonnas inside
by Mark Kauffman, Gjon Mili, and Howard Sochurek. Full
page black and red Dutch Masters cigar ad, Santa's coat
full of cigars illustration by Andre Francois. Soviet
Science. Vanguard blow up, dramatic photos. Foggy train
crash in London. Teamsters get the Heave-Ho. NATO and
general Norstad. Thomas Wolfe novel Look Homeward. Angel
in Play. London train wreck. Hammarskjold settles a
Mid-Eastern squabble. Bill-padding scam in trucking
industry leads to invention of fuel meter which actually
measures the amount of gas pumped. Sultry Anna Magnani
in Wild is the Wind. Philadelphia puts on big swan roundup.
Giant Frenchman Jean Lefebvre at Gonzaga is a size 21
dilemma in basketball shoes. Delightful photo story
of Junior High students in New York making their own
film about the Crusades. New York's Idlewild airport
opens new terminal building. Lingerie goes on a 1920
kick. Full page ad, Marlon Brano and Miiko Taka in Michener's
Sayonara. Full page color Lucky Strike ad encouraging
us to give, serve, and enjoy Luckies. US students and
scientists work hard to catch up in the rocket race,
includes section on science classes and clubs for youth.
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Life Magazine December 23, 1957 : Cover - Information Officer with Monks in Laos, beautiful saffron colored image.
Two in One issue. Dramatic full page American Express
travel service ad shows Big Ben at night. Special Edition:
America's World Abroad, millions of ambassadors over
the earth. Section I: Shows Americans getting things
done overseas, NATO, global business, color photos of
the hunt for foreign oil. Section II: Here are America's
globe-girdling defenses. Section III: is generally about
the myriad, fascinating and often surprising individual
Americans who can be found in countless foreign situations.
Special feature, Women Overseas. Section IV: Deals with
some people who play a particular role in forming the
image of America that other people have. Global Aspects
of U.S. Business with painting by Mitchell Jamieson.
One and a half page color Pontiac ad, in the background
the Mackinac Straits bridge. Full page color ad Coca-Cola
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