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Life Magazine 
                    January 3, 1964Life Magazine January 3, 1964 : Cover - Lakonia liner on fire.

Exclusive pictures of the Lakonia disaster taken by passenger Ian Harris of London: Fire at Sea. Neat full page color AC Fire-ring spark plugs ad inside front cover with Yellow Chevrolet Monza GT. Break in the Baldwin Hills, California dam sends 292 million gallons water into suburb, only three die. Chou En-lai in Africa. Sculptor distills JFK from 800 photos, Robert Berks. Hovercraft, a lake and tundra hopping craft by Westland Aircraft Ltd of Britain, "aeroboatmobiles". Color and pageantry of America's biggest sports extravaganza - the Football bowls. 4 Americans held hostage in Bolivia for 10 days by tin miners at the Siglo Veinte, Bernard Rifkin, Thomas Martin, Michael Kristula, and Robert Fergerstrom.1913- Part III, Vials of Wrath Ready to Break, the revolt of the masses across Europe. Fashion - necklines plunge. A fashion statement that never was? Full page 3M Cold Weather Mask ad, will let you breathe 60 degree air even at minus 40. 1.0
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(Generally G, but has water marked corner, Lakonia pages are OK) - $12 buy now

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                    January 10, 1964Life Magazine January 10, 1964 : Cover - General Douglas MacArthur with pipe and book by Morris Schaff "Spirit of old West Point."

The old Soldier looks back - beginning a new series by MacArthur. Full page color "Body by Fisher" ad for car bodies with kids playing on it like a jungle gym. Soaring U.S. Economy. New York theater on and off Broadway. President Johnson takes working holiday at the LBJ ranch, gives 10-gallon hats to attendees. Reunions beyond Berlin's wall, East and West Berliners allowed through for holidays for first time in 2 and a half years. Bobby Fischer takes chess championship again. American team wins tennis Davis Cup, Robert Kelleher, Chuck McKinley, Dennis Ralston. British return to Cyprus. SAC retires its B-47's Astronaut John Glenn tries a replica of Wright brothers' plane. Yogi Berra - Yankees. U.S. Ski Team with coach Bob Beattie. Jane Fonda takes Paris. Painters of Yugoslavia - Jano and Anne Sokol and others. New Year's ball at Grand Central station. Two page Sealy mattress ad with Jerry Lewis in "Who's Minding the Store?" 1.0
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Life Magazine
                       January 17, 1964Life Magazine January 17, 1964 : Cover - Pope Paul 6th kisses rock at Chapel of Primacy on the sea of Galilee.

The Pope's pilgrimage, in color, Jordan, Gethsemane, Nazareth, Capernaum. Florida highway patrol pulls in a monkey at the wheel. Party on a Pyramid atop the 5,000 year old tomb of Pharaoh Cheops, Adventurers Club of Denmark 25th anniversary. World's Fair preview in color, concept paintings by Stanley Meltzoff, Arthur Lidov, Mel Hunter. MacArthur's reminiscences, Part 2. George Seferis, Nobel Prize winning Greek poet. The twin VanArsdales basketball stars at Indiana University. Cute photo of Mallard sitting on reeds just in front of duck hunters, does he know there's a law in Kansas prohibiting the shooting of sitting ducks? Nice full page color 1964 Ford pickup truck ad with blue truck. Unusual full page color 7up ad with color ski theme art by B. Peak
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Life Magazine January 
                    24, 1964Life Magazine January 24, 1964 : Cover - Panama City, Rioters hoist a flag above a flaming car at canal zone border.

Scientists are baffled by quasi-stellars. Inside an ugly fight in Panama. Amusing full page color Volkswagen ad is proud of the fact that someone actually stole a VW Station Wagon. L.B.J's first hootenanny, first state social. Mrs. Kennedy says thank you to 800,000 friends. Joan Sutherland sings a triple-header. A junior senior skater, Peggy Fleming at 15. Leonard Baskin, artist. Swim suit fashions. Verdict on cigarettes - Guilty - Government report nails down the health hazards of smoking. MacArthur's reminiscences, part 3. Titan missile cuts loose in space. Tessie O'Shea, Broadway. Neat photo of Ralph Prado and Jim Brown doing an odd painting job. Onstage with British actress Two Ton Tessie O'Shea. Nice two page color Pepsi ad with downhill skiers running gates. Full page Volvo ad, "Drive it like you hate it" (in issues with white date only).
Good - $23 buy now

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                    January 31, 1964Life Magazine January 31, 1964 : Cover - Charlie Chaplin's daughter - a hit in her stage debut.

Cosmetic outpost in the Arctic - Eskimo couple Aningayou. Two page color Chef Boy-Ar-Dee ad for Ravioli, Beefaroni and more. Here come the Beatles - great 8 page photo essay as they arrive for their first U.S. appearances. Bob Kennedy's mission to Asia. Saud and Nasser join for Arab summit. Fidel Castro riding sleigh in Moscow. John Glenn enters politics. Maine brings back native caribou. Meals for festive occasions. Appalachia valley of poverty. What kind of place is Dallas as it awaits Jack Rudy's trial for murder? Roy Lichtenstein, is he the worst artist in the United States?. Hockey superman Bobby Hull of the Chicago BlackHawks. 2 page spread ad of Chevrolet Chevelle. 1.0
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Life Magazine 
                    February 7, 1964Life Magazine February 7, 1964 : Cover - Tanganyika, British commando brings in captured mutineers.

Modern Stowaway, Ted Reynolds on liner “United States.” Feature on the G.O.P. candidates, Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith is first woman in U.S. history to seek nomination by a major party. Saturn rocket goes up. Center spread two page Buick Sports Car Rally ad, with white Wildcat in snow and legs and torsos of skiers in the background. The terrible last hours of Salt Lake City zoo director, Gerald de Bary, bitten by puff adder snake. Unveiling of models of Kennedy Art Center, a memorial to the late president by architect Edward Stone, interesting color photos of elaborate models, no computer illustrations here, more like over-the-top dollhouses. Photo essay - top show dogs. Arthur Miller's startling new play brings Marilyn's ghost to the stage. The fearmongers - how professionals builds hate and prejudice in the US. How a $3 million gem robbery went awry, Manhattan, cartoon-style illustrations by Huehnergarth. 33 beautiful girls in 100 seconds - lead in to new movie, “Man's favorite Sport” - photos in magazine include Patty Elder on Hara Kiri, Margaret Mason rappelling (climbing), Jan Barthel on trampoline, Birgitta Gulberg gymnast. Full page Sugar Information ad, "It's the sugar you take a breakfast that helps you get off to a quick, smooth start..
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- $23 buy now
Good - $13 buy now
Fair (Generally VG, but has a very mild spine water mark) - $7 buy now

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Life Magazine February 14, 1964Life Magazine February 14, 1964 : Cover - ski jumper at Innsbruck.

Americans make quiet pilgrimages to the place where John F. Kennedy is buried. De Gaulle recognizes red China and sets a new neutralist course for Asia, triggers action in Vietnam. Moonbound rocket Ranger hit the target, but cameras fail. Full page color Campbell's Soup ad, photo of kids in snowball fight. Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, includes photo of Jean Saubert skier, Marielle and Christine Goitschel skiers, and Lidia Skoblikova speed skater. Dwarf actor Michael Dunn. Photo essay - Texas rangeland, LBJ country. New Menotti opera “Last Savage.” Too much Leisure, Part 1 (growing automation and loss of jobs). New Spring suits. Full page color RCA color TV ad with photo from "Hazel," starring Shirley Booth and Don Defore. Dallas dress manufacturer encourages Yoga at work, Page Boy Maternity fashions in Dallas. Cutest full page color Coca-Cola ad on back cover with roller skaters.
Very Good
- $30 buy now
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- $20 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    February 21, 1964Life Magazine February 21, 1964 : Cover - Lee Harvey Oswald with rifle, President Kennedy assassin.

Joan Crawford on tour promoting both a movie and her part on the board of Pepsi-Cola, 28 pieces of luggage including picnic hampers and an ax. Full page color 7-Up ad with illustration of guitar player by B. Peak. Bobby Fischer - chess master. Royal love affair - Princess Irene of Netherlands and Prince Carlos of Spain. Missing Michelangelo. Murder and violence in Cyprus. The Beatles U.S. invasion, photos of crazed fans at Kennedy International Airport and New York's Plaza Hotel. Helen Hayes dressed as Miss Liberty in a scene from "Good Morning, Miss Dove." Oswald - evolution of an assassin. Whippet wins at Westmister - Ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot. Photo essay: Winter in Venice, great photo of people standing with umbrellas on a gondola in the Grand Canal. Too much Leisure? Part 2. Full page color Pontiac Bonneville ad with nice illustration of car and skiers in front of lodge, signature Van Kaufman and Art Fitzpatrick.
Good - $48 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but has a minor scuff along spine) - $24 buy now

Life Magazine
                       February 28, 1964Life Magazine February 28, 1964 : Cover - Cyprus, Turks with shotguns guard a road against Greeks. Alaska war games.

Up close on the war in Cyprus. Two page ad, How to make a bird house from a Pure-Pak milk carton, order a kit for 25 cents. Unique photograph shows orbits of Echo I and Echo II satellites crossing over New Mexico. Wall Street jackpot for showman Billy Rose. A bride for Peter Sellers. Stan Musial heads the President's fitness program. Bobby Baker answers a Senate subpoena. Trial of Jack Ruby, the man who killed Lee Harvey Oswald. A look at author John Le Carre. Gimmicks for stylish storage, color photos of closet organizers in bright tones and patterns. Code 99 - hospital emergency call, profile emergency room at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City, Drs. Ira Halperin and John Gregory, James Coyne, William Minogue, Anesthetist Elizabeth Jurgensen, Nurse Mary Jo Baydala. Alain Delon, actor. Lacy new stockings. Nice full page photo of the Beatles in a swimming pool, singing. Inside back cover full page Schlitz Brewing Company ad for first Pop Top bottles. 1.0
Good - $13 buy now

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                    March 6, 1964Life Magazine March 6, 1964 : Cover - Cassius Clay beats Sonny Liston.

Italy's new war against the Mafia. Full page Maytag ad features Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Sonne of La Mesa, California and their more than 32-year-old washer. Elizabeth II - new stature of Britain's Queen, one of the most underestimated women in the world. Showdown in New Hampshire - first big test of the 1964 campaign. Dramatic Coast Guard rescue of crewmen from stricken British freighter Ambassador. Mexico-U.S. summit meeting. Biggest tax cut in U.S. history, $11.5 billion. Seer stalks Boston Strangler. Nuclear way to dig canal - biggest problem in a Panama replacement - where to put it. The Mafia in trouble on its home turf in Sicily. Marty Sinn, 20-year-old marathon swimmer, also journal-style recording of her memories of a long cold race. New evening styles from Paris. Elia Kazan films "America, America." Full page color Continental Insurance ad with cartoon-style illustration of Superman coming out of a phone booth.
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Life Magazine
                       March 13, 1964Life Magazine March 13, 1964 : Cover - British wounded on the Western Front, May 1917.

Part 1 of a new series, the First World War, WWI, many dramatic photos and paintings, striking image of British troops lined up the banks of the St. Quentin Canal to hear praises from their general. The strange case of Strangelove by Loudon Wainwright. How they nailed Jimmy Hoffa, special unit chief Walter Sheridan. Spectacular new airplane, the A-11, world's fastest, highest-flying jet created by Kelly Johnson. Thomas French and his 18 month old son attempt suicide, but Margaret Clelland saves son - father later saved, London. Homage and hate for the film "The Deputy." Miles of glass thread build a booster rocket. Mary Costa, singer, from TV jingles to a debut at the Met. Emmanuelle Khanh, fashion designer. Henrietta Miller, great history teacher at Chicago's Senn High School. Bold film about Becket, by Richard Burton. Funny photo of barber Charles Vitello cutting the hair on a wax dummy.Nice full page color ad for Genesee beer with ski lift
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine March 
                    20, 1964Life Magazine March 20, 1964 : Cover - Ambassador Lodge in Saigon.

Mightiest fire engine, the super pumper for NYC skyscrapers. Malcolm X quits Black Muslims. Beatle at Oxford, Ringo Starr. Bob Hope and his daughter Linda. Full page color De Beers Diamond ad with sweet painting of an auburn-haired woman by Wallace Bassford. Cops bust up a brazen robbery attempt at the Maryknoll Seminary, by dressing as monks and nuns. Bullfight at Chicago sausage factory. Saltonstall leads the Peace Corps in Nigeria. Chic mail-order hats from Sears. World War I, Part 2 - the Air, air combat paintings by Henry Farre in 1915 and G.H. Davis in 1919, planes and zeppelins, many photos including R.A.F. Squadron No. 1 with their planes near Ypres, July 1918, American pilots and mechanics starting engines of the Lafayette Escadrille, first attempts to fly planes from naval ships. Walter Alston, manager of the Dodgers takes on the job of making it two in a row, baseball. Don Knotts as Mr. Limpet. German models popular in the U.S., Renata Boeck, Anya Robertson, Wilhelmina Behmenburg, more. Julius Sumner Miller, frantic physics professor at El Camino College in California. Cute two page color Kellogg's Corn Flakes ad, one page "what are little boys made of?" second, of course, "what are little girls made of?".
Good - $13 buy now
Fair (Generally Very Good, but has minor spine end water mark) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine March 
                    27, 1964Life Magazine March 27, 1964 : Cover - Charles de Gaulle enters Mexico City with President Lopez Mateos.

Greece mourns King Paul. Taylor - Burton marry in Montreal. Police tear-gas students in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Verdict on Jack Ruby, was justice done?. Ezra Pound speaks out. How to milk a seal: scientist Michael Pilson and elephant seals on Guadeloupe Island. Reverent film about the life of Christ, “Greatest Story Ever Told,” many photos from the film starring Charlton Heston, Sidney Poitier, John Wayne, and more. Tom O'Hara, America's hottest mile runner with new world record. Math professor's foolproof system for winning at blackjack, Edward O. Thorpe. Supreme Souffle, Part 3 of great dinners. Neat aerial photo of Reedland Farm near New Albany, Indiana flooded, Arthur Maeser. Full page color Borden's instant Starlac milk ad, bottles with paper caps, remember those?
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Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, with framable cover, but has margin water mark at back) - $7 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover has crease and library stamp) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    April 3, 1964Life Magazine April 3, 1964 : Carol Channing in Hello, Dolly! Kangaroo trouble in Palm Beach.

Two page color General Electric ad promoting pavilion at World's Fair done in conjunction with Disney. Journalists impose a truce in Cyprus - led by George de Carvalho. Volcano erupts in Icelandic sea. State Department Beatles - young diplomat retouches pictures of his superiors with the famous hairdos and the joke makes it all the way to the President. Astronaut wives campaign for John Glenn. Exaggerated scare and some real problems for contact lens wearers. Riot in Jacksonville. New James Bond movie - From Russia with Love with Sean Connery, film stills of fiery explosions. Photo essay and review of wildflower book, photographer Farrell Grehan. Millionaire Huntington Hartford opens New York art gallery for "wholesome" art. Mayor Gaston Defferre of Marseilles runs for President of France. Pioneering program for preschool children of impoverished families in New York, headed by Dr. Martin Deutsche, photos by Burk Uzzle. Great Soybean scandal. GREAT photo of misspelled word SOLW at an intersection in London. Inside back cover Canadian Club whiskey ad with photos from Norway's snowless ski-jump!
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- $23 buy now
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                    Magazine April 10, 1964Life Magazine April 10, 1964 : Cover - Houses wrecked in earthquake in Alaska, Turnagain.

Color feature - Alaska Earthquake, strongest ever in North America to date. The murder that 38 witnesses made no move to prevent, Catherine Kitty Genovese in NYC. Jet age sculpture in Lincoln Center by Lee Bontecou. Full page color Nabisco Saltines ad, with "watertight" packaging afloat on a blue wave. Sophia Loren plays a triple role in movie "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow". Ernest Hemingway and his book “A Moveable Feast.” Indiana University's swimming team with coach, Jim Counsilman, with swimmers Lary Schulhof, Johnny Colins and others. Pressure chamber medical therapy. Return of the Sweater girl, model Jean Shrimptonl. Bob Dylan, angry folk singer, with a photo of Dylan with Joan Baez, Peter, Paul and Mary and the Freedom singers at the Newport Folk Festival. Funny photo of two policeman and police dog Karl, all riding on a single motorcycle in Nottingham. Full page color RCA TV ad features Joey Bishop and Abby Dalton in a scene from the Joey Bishop Show.
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover is loosening and has a few page edge nicks) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine
                       April 17, 1964Life Magazine April 17, 1964 : Cover - Military cap on stand.

General Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964, photos of memorial ceremony. Revolt in Brazil, Goulart is deposed. Lovely two page color Hamm's Beer ad with watercolor illustration of geese flying over a marsh, artist not identified, but a nice piece. Henry Cabot Lodge in South Vietnam. Miraculous escape from airliner that overshot runway at New York, everyone walked away. Charles Atlas was right all along - Isometric vogue. The unveiling of the Ford Mustang - sports car for the masses. World War I - Part 3, U-boats and the war at sea, many photos and illustrations by Claus Bergen in 1917. Michaelangelo's sculpture the Pieta makes historic journey from the Vatican to the World's Fair in New York. It's not Cirque du Soleil, but Chrys Holt juggles pins while hanging from her hair at the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & bailey Circus. Hitchhike across the Sahara - Barbara Doutrich, Geraldine Markos, Evelyn Vough, Barbara Kral, and Barbara Prikkel. Kim Novak at home in Big Sur. Striking full page Better Vision Institute ad, simple page of Braille lettering stating "You've only got one pair of eyes".
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (Generally Very Good, but a few pages have water marking in a blank corner tip) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    24, 1964Life Magazine April 24, 1964: Cover - Richard Burton as Hamlet, beginning of special series on Shakespeare.

Ad - four pages for Ford Mustang. Ramble in the past with Harry Truman by Loudon Wainwright. Two famous skiers die in an avalanche - Buddy Werner and Barbara Henneberger, photos of search and photos of Buddy skiing at home in Colorado. Throttle the Fair - Blacks block the 1964 World's Fair to thwart Robert Moses. Arnold Palmer photos. New Yale president Kingman Brewster Jr.  Racing Car crash photo sequence - Roger McCluskey, Reading Pennsylvania Speedway. Anne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, cherry blossom festival queen. Shakespeare at 400, paintings by Paul Hogarth. History's biggest literary whodunit by Dora Jane Hamblin. Timeless tragedy of Prince Hamlet with Richard Burton. Amateurs put their own satellites into orbit - David Guidici and Kelly MacDonald. Jay Swayze builds a dreamhouse underground in Texas. Troll dolls take over - Dammits, Heniks, Sheniks, and Big Baby Wishniks dolls from Danish carver Thomas Dam. Ad - full page for Chevelle with dog. Ad - Smirnoff with Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Good - $42 buy now
Fair (Generally Good, but has a bumped corner and a water marked spine end margin) - $21 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    May 1, 1964Life Magazine May 1, 1964 : Cover - World's Fair sculpture Unisphere.

The World Fair opens, in color, photos by Henri Dauman, George Silk, Howard Sochurek, exhibits of how things were and how they may be in the future, spectacles of the present. Jordan's King Hussein takes a Bedouin style horse ride on a Texas ranch. Full page color Wrangler jeans ad with photo of dancing teens and instructions for getting the words, music, and dance steps for the "Wrangler Stretch." Lee Harvey Oswald's baby, assassin's widow watches the christening. Boy survives an unwilling hoist on hot air balloon, Danny Nowell goes 3,000 feet up hanging on rope. Sargent Shriver of the Peace Corps. World's Fairs of yesteryear. Blimp's eye view of New York, photos by Howard Sochurek. Shakespeare at 400, part 2, sir Laurence Olivier, the finest Shakespearean, photos by Roddy McDowall. Styles for Kentucky Derby Time. Electron microscope photos of a fly's tongue in 3-D, cool. Full page Maytag ad features the Glenn Jones family of La Crescenta, California.
Very Good - $33 buy now
Good - $23 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has an address label scar) - $11 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover edge is rubbed) - $11 buy now

Life Magazine May 8, 
                    1964Life Magazine May 8, 1964 : Cover - Johnson political buttons with various vice-presidential candidates - who will button up the bottom half of the ticket?

Loudon Wainwright writes about Alabama's Governor George Wallace and the campaign to block civil rights legislation. Full page color ad for chemical HTH to add to your swimming pool, from Olin company. President LBJ hoists his beagles by the ears and there's a barking outcry. Bitter Israeli - Arab flare-up at the World's fair. The sad, banged-up Dodgers, baseball player injuries, coach with heart attack, owner with a hernia. US and German scientists create insulin in first successful synthesis of a protein. Vandalism of the Little Mermaid sculpture in Denmark. The Dee sister triplets show off a haircut and some fashions. World War one, WWI - part 4, campaigns called the unknown war. First captive panda born in Peking zoo. In Praise of Trout, fly fishing, by Paul O'Neil. Kennedy memorial stamp chosen. Elaine de Kooning's many sketches and paintings of JFK for portrait commission. Hilarious hypnotist Pat Collins. Full color Nestle's Keen soft drink ad, bright colors, cartoon style, five flavors.
Good - $10 buy now

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                    May 15, 1964Life Magazine May 15, 1964 : Cover - Luci Baines Johnson, teenager in the White House (she looks rather astoundingly like Monica Lewinsky!)

Upside down inside a tree hunting for owlets and got stuck - Jim Stokes. Copper and Silver bring the prospectors back to Timmins Ontario - billion dollar strike, lucky overnight millionaires: Kenneth Darke, Ned Bragagnolo, Don McKinnon. Inside Hoffa's savage kingdom, his scheme to kill Bob Kennedy and his children according Edward G. Partin, includes picture of lie detector test "confirming" Partin's story. Willie Mays' remarkable streak. Wrong man in Jail - 24 years - Isidor Zimmerman. Bathrooms get fancy with green Paisley toilets, pink marble tubs. Article by Martin Luther King,Jr., "Why We Can't Wait." Helena Rubinstein celebrates a 60th anniversary. Tractor-driving monkey in Australia becomes a tax-deduction for his owner. Bea Lillie and Tammy Grimes soar in "High Spirits". Cute full page ad for Nabisco Spoon Size Shredded Wheat, 19 little biscuits per serving will make you rocket with too much energy.
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Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but front cover is missing a small blank corner tip, nice enough for gift) - $7 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover has minor edge fade) - $7 buy now

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                    May 22, 1964Life Magazine May 22, 1964 : Cover - Barbra Streisand, great new star, living like gypsies in a half-wrecked castle with her husband Elliott Gould.

Aswan's Dam Tames the Nile - great photos, construction in progress, lighted at night, dismantled temples, displaced people. Calories count too much - scientists say we'd better eat less, even in our teens. Full page color Smith-corona portable typewriter ad, "the quick brown fox has met his master," with fox holding cord in its mouth. Voice detectives probe mystery crash - ingenious machine tries to find out who killed Flight 773's pilot. Chief Justice Warren and the court he leads after 10 years. Cambridge, Maryland's continuing racial strife. World War I Part 5, the Yanks join the war, opening page of article has GREAT spread of war posters, including the famous "I want you" Uncle Sam Army poster. Discotheque dancing - Frug, Surf, Watusi. Recipe feature for trout Ramadier starts with crazy photo of cooked fish leaping from a sea of almonds. Full page Maytag washer ad features Frank Fericano family of San Francisco, California.
Fair (All Good, nice!, but has small mildly rough corner tip) - $22 buy now

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                       May 29, 1964Life Magazine May 29, 1964 : Cover - Jacqueline Kennedy.

Civil rights - time to vote. Full page color ad for movie "What a way to go!" with Shirley MacLaine, Robert Mitchum, Paul Newman, Dean Martin, more. After the quake in Alaska. Sweet full page color Northern tissue ad, small child under umbrella holding out hand in the rain. Political duel in California - Rockefeller and Goldwater. Photo essay: the High Sierra in Spring. Jackie writes about Kennedy memorabilia, organizing an exhibit to raise funds for the Kennedy Library to be built at Harvard. Ye-ye girls French singers set new styles, Sylvie Vartan, Francoise Hardy, and Sheila. A burst of Negro drama, theater productions starring black actors and dealing with black issues, are gathering audiences and acclaim across the country. Decision to die, story of a suicidal woman, Nell J., and her phone call while she took pills. Giacometti, sculptor, at work in his studio. Full page color Squirt soda ad, soda bottle surrounded by juicy lemons.
Very Good
- $36 buy now
Good - $26 buy now

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                    June 5, 1964Life Magazine June 5, 1964 : Cover - Cremation of Nehru, color photos of ceremony and lighting of the pyre.

New Horatio Alger series reviewed. Full page color kool-Aid ad for new pre-sweetened flavors. Mystery on ship of fear - freighter sits in Honolulu with captain axed to death and murderer aboard. Lord Beaverbrook turns 85. Setting for the Pieta causes fuss at the Fair. Sir Alec Guinness. World War I Part 6 - grizzly leftovers and live munitions, the Scarred Face of Verdun. Sidewalk surfers - surfboards on wheels - skateboarding begins!, Tommy and Ricky Ryan, Squeak Blanck and Kerry Spencer of California. Italian actress Verna Lisi makes a name in Hollywood. Fight over Phonics - Magnolia, California riled up over how reading is taught. French mountaineers climb the Eiffel tower. Gemini's astronauts selected, their stories, Gus Grisson, John Young. Full page black and red Band-Aid ad, child's fist holding toy soldier against bandaged thumb. full page Maytag ad features Harold Bodell family of Roseville, Michigan.
Good - $13 buy now

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                    June 12, 1964Life Magazine June 12, 1964 : Cover - U.S. Army Captain Robert Bacon in Vietnam (He looks just like Mel Gibson).

Full page color ad for movie the Unsinkable Molly Brown starring Debbie Reynolds and Harve Presnell. A frame-it ad - Way cool full page color Volkswagon beatle car ad with all the parts in different colors showing interchangeability of the years. Obituary for Leo Szillard, nuclear physicist. Ugly war in Vietnam. Kennedys at Arlington Cemetery for JFK's birthday. Funny contests on campus - can stacking and more. Marya Mannes, critic of attitudes and limiting human capacities. Tooling up for America's Cup, photo essay by George Silk. Clarence Gideon gets Supreme Court to change its mind. Stone maps of lost mines - obsessed prospector in search of gold - Travis Marlowe in Superstition mountains of Arizona. Plane crash on purpose - safety test. Seeing color with the fingers, Rosa Kuleshova in Russia and Mrs. Patricia Stanley of Flint, Michigan claim an extra sense in as many as 1 in 6 persons. Rare carved walrus ivory cross comes to New York museum. Children's fashions seem impossibly ladylike and proper. Full page color Coppertone ad for new Quick Tanning cream.
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                    June 19, 1964Life Magazine June 19, 1964 : Cover - President's beagle dogs, Her and Him, on White House lawn.

Dramatic rescue from a flood - Elmer Fatz in Great Falls, Montana. Photo of Cassius and the Sphinx. Full page Yamaha Sportcycle ad. A new bell tower for the Washington Cathedral, 1909 Sitzaire race car - John and Peter Hagerty, Cohasset Massachusetts. Nine years after Jill Kinmont's ski accident, she's a dynamic classroom teacher in a wheelchair, pages and pages of photos. Atheist Madalyn Murray, "the most hated woman in America". World's Fair visitor's handy guide on how to get "took" in New York City, cartoon-style illustration by Erdoes. Artist George Segal and his plaster casts of real people. Shirley MacLaine and Debbie Reyonds, making millions in new movies. Love letters of a tough critic, Walter Kerr's reviews of actors who later won awards. Full page color Hunt's catsup ad, tomato in a bottle like a ship in a bottle.
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Good
- $32 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has a water marked corner tip) - $15 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    June 26, 1964Life Magazine June 26, 1964 : Cover - Scranton family, behind the scenes in their fight to stop Goldwater.

Klan scourges St. Augustine - racism. 3-month-old Prince Edward displayed by Queen Elizabeth. Two page color General Tire ad, they make tires AND rocket engines. Father DuBay challenges Cardinal McIntyre on civil rights. Lynda Bird Johnson in Hawaii. 61 couples in a mass wedding ceremony in Lisbon. Indianapolis 500 flaming crash, Dave MacDonald, Johnny Rutherford, Ronnie Duman, Bobby Unser, Eddie Sachs. A new kind of cat-and-dog game... playmates Amber (a dog) and Lolita (a leopard) trained by Hubert Will of Silver Springs, Florida. Famous big fish stories with paintings by Thomas B. Allen. Moscow's answer to the Rockettes, the Rainbow Girls. Close-up of Oregon's Governor Mark Hatfield. Homosexuality in America. Nancy Ames - the TW3 girl. Cute full page color Gaines-burger ad with little black terrier peeking out of the cupboard.
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- $30 buy now
Good - $20 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover is neatly loose from staples) - $9 buy now

NOTE : In a few cases from 1963 on, some content varies by the distribution region, Eastern vs. Western half of the USA.
The difference is typically just a few ads, but may apply to a short piece on the back of an ad page
If you need a specific ad or short piece or photo, note this in the COMMENTS section of the order form, thanks.

Life Magazine 
                    July 3, 1964Life Magazine July 3, 1964 : Cover - Bob Kennedy at home with his and his brother Jack's children.

Bob Kennedy's week of trial and decision. Full page Maytag washer ad features the Lennon family of Venice, California, and yes, it's THAT Lennon family, the one with all the sisters. Mission in Mississippi - young volunteers join civil rights struggle, workers Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney disappear. Birth control pills and other drugs- how safe is safe enough. Big fashion fuss over transparent blouses. MacArthur reminiscences Part 4. Surf boards built for two, tandem surfing, Steve Boehne, Stephanie Ziebarth, Mickey Munos, Tina Trunick Pete Peterson, Patti Cary, Linda Benson, Rusty Miller, Bob Moore, Lynni Fox at competition in Doheny Beach, California. Sculptor Houdon's portraits of great Americans in the late 1700s. Portuguese man-of-war. Oldtime circus parade in Milwaukee. Buster Mathis boxer. Full page color Sea & Ski suntan lotion ad with a burly bronzed lifeguard. Charming two page color Goodyear ad, bright colors and cartoon style with alphabet letters and lots of cute vehicles with wheels (Y is for youngsters and Goodyear makes tires for them, Z is for Zebra, Goodyear does not make tires for zebras)
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                    July 10, 1964Life Magazine July 10, 1964 : Cover - Oswald and Marina with pages from his diary from Russia, published in full.

Literary sleuth Hamblin argues that Clemens didn't write Twain books, Longfellow did. Full page Remington razor ad with letter  from 101st Airborne Sergeant Martin Hayes of Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. Two Air Force planes collide over the Atlantic. Wonder Drug DMSO, claims to be good for arthritis, sinusitis, headaches, earaches, sprains and burns, swellings, suppresses blisters, kills pain. Beauty of shells, photo essay by Nina Leen, great oversized images in rich color. The worldwide uproar over topless swimsuits. MacArthur's reminiscences Part 5. Rick Reichardt, $200,000 bonus is record for this baseball kid going off to the Los Angeles Angels. Robert Rauschenberg wins Venice Biennale and starts the "pop art" movement. Full page color Western Electric ad shows hundreds of tiny current control dots for telephones fitting in a thimble.
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Life Magazine International Edition July 13, 1964Life Magazine International Edition July 13, 1964 : Cover - Chambord, a great chateau in France (This cover image did not appear on any of the regular LIFE covers). Special Issue : Vacationers' Europe. Two page color Matsushita Electric Japan ad for the world's first voice-operated portable tape recorder. Full page Hillman IMP car ad, made in Scotland by Rootes Motors. Europe's summer spectacles. The lure of majestic mountains. The gothic cathedrals of France. Ireland, including nice photo of fishing boat setting out in Ballyhack. Try the new airport shopping center. Swiss underwater show, Lake Leman, Mesoscaphe submarine. A flower lover's ramble with Professor Downer, great gardens of Europe, 19 ladies, 3 men, Mrs. P. Dix Becker, Michael Boyle, Mrs. Raymond Steber, Villa Schifanoia, more. The great resorts, Bath in England. A gourmet's guide from Bath to London. Interesting ad for KLM airlines using crushed cherry stones to clean jet rotors. The great French Chateaus, Chambord, Villandry, Chateau du Moulin, Chenonceaux, Saumur. The mystery of Stonehenge. The little known Riviera. Skindiving, Corsica and other places in the Mediterranean, Mare Nostrum. Full page color Scandinavian Airlines SAS ad with stainless steel art by Pierre Forssell of Gense, Sweden. Two page color Martini vermouth ad with four people at a table at a colorful waterfront. Another interesting full page color Fiat ad with art by B. Peak. The creative adventure, part 5, the Horns of the Prophet, Rome. Sail from Porofino to Capri, Carleton Mitchell, Lippo Riva, Oliana. English writers in Italy. The new invasion of Greece by tourists and what the locals think about it, has a photo of two really fat tourists on poor little donkeys. 1.0
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                    July 17, 1964Life Magazine July 17, 1964 : Carroll Baker with Masai warriors on location Kenya.

Big week for the Watusi. Russia's atomic icebreaker, the Lenin. Full page sugar ad, we don't need sodium n-cyclohexyl-sulfamate, we need sugar. Track and field stars compete for U.S. olympic team, pole vaulter John Pennel clears 16 ft. 6 in, hammer thrower Harold Connolly, Bob Schul, broad jumper Ralph Boston, more. Elder Kennedy visits his injured son. A show of hands for Pakistan's president. LBJ and friends cruise on Texas lake. Brazilian Maria Bueno wins at Wimbledon after three year bout with hepatitis. Pay TV and the Box, Sylvester L. "Pat" Weaver. Photo essay of the sculpture, architecture and paintings of Michelangelo, 400 years after his death, by Mark Kauffman. Campus courage at ole Mississippi, Dr. James Wesley Silver speaks out in favor of integration. MacArthur's reminiscences 6. Photo essay inside Red China by Rene Burri. Princess Margaret takes a waterskiing tumble into a log but is unhurt. Full page color Canadian Club ad, rappelling cliffs in Australia.
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                    July 24, 1964Life Magazine July 24, 1964 : Cover - winner Goldwater and wife and convention.

The LIFE magazine news pages go color! Full page color Hill's Horse Meat with Gravy for Dogs and Cats ad (Regional ad, page 13 in Colorado distribution, and maybe adjacent states). MacArthur's reminiscences Part 7, the Old Soldier's Last Command. Full page color Smirnoff vodka ad with Julie London and an orange. Tall ships - square riggers come sailing into New York harbor, GREAT color photos of ships and sailors and figureheads from around the world. Bright nightclub girls - Barbara McNair, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Carol Lawrence, Caterina Valente and Kay Stevens. Victor Serebriakoff of Mensa hunts high IQs. John Rocks' family of Plantation, Florida go to the World's Fair (14 kids!). Full page color Metrecal wafers ad, diet "cookies" look suspiciously like dog biscuits. 1.0
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                    July 31, 1964Life Magazine July 31, 1964 : Cover - Olympian Barbara Talmage midair in dive.

The grace of our Olympic girls - shooting for a place on the olympic team, ReNae Bair, Jo Ann Grissom, Mary Ward Mairs, Marie Walther, Donna de Varona, more. Full page color Shasta soda ad, ten good reasons to drink low-calorie Shasta. Vernon family's other Mona Lisa. Harlem riots after shooting of 15-year-old James Powell by police lieutenant Thomas Gilligan. Sam Sheppard case reopened - he leaves prison and takes a bride. Sellers' last role - almost - "I was dying." Living brain neurosurgery, a disembodied monkey brain kept alive with blood supply fed through plastic tubes, Dr. Javier Verdura, Dr. Robert White. Dr. Ralph Shugart - pediatrician in Littleton, Colorado, great pictures of reluctant patients. Wyoming's Ben Ruff, on the road dress seller. The "Big Money Writers," Harold Robbins, Irving Wallace, Leon Uris, more. Back cover light-hearted Coke ad, one woman in red bathing suite and three young men offering her drinks. 1.0
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                    Magazine August 7, 1964Life Magazine August 7, 1964 : Cover - Marilyn Monroe eight years before her suicide.

What really killed Marilyn by Clare Boothe Luce, many famous photos. Full page Band-Aid ad with bowling ball and hand of the bowler with a bandage on his thumb. U.S. track team outruns Russians Edith McGuire, Wyomia Tyus, Gerry Lindgren, Fred Hansen, Dallas Long, Henry Carr, more. Castro holds out the hand of bellicosity. Sir Winston Churchill retires. Benjamin Britten, genius musician. Surfing pizza-style on disks. Luci Baines Johnson performs "Peter and the Wolf" with pianist Van Cliburn. Mike Kobulnicky of Bulger, Pennsylvania, learns courage and self-confidence at the Colorado Outward Bound School. The Spanish Pavilion is the Jewell of the World's Fair, with paintings by Goya, Velasquez, El Greco, Picasso, sculptures, dancers and food while the entertainment areas are failing. Two page color Firestone ad with A.J. Foyt, winner of 1964 Indianapolis 500. 1.0
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                    August 14, 1964Life Magazine August 14, 1964 : Cover - Lyndon Baines Johnson, President, first of two-part portrait.

U.S. strikes back at North Vietnam. Two page, limited color, Sears ad with full page illustration of "The First Day of School," by Norman Rockwell. Aboard the USS Maddox. Ranger Vii scores historic bull's eye and reveals details of the moon never before seen, with Mike Ramus drawings of the contraption. FBI excavates a dam and finds the bodies of three young civil rights workers missing for 43 days. Clearing an artery - with plumbing style snake, Dr. Charles Dotter. Vanderbilts, photo essay by Toni Frissell, portraits of the family and the many houses. LIFE poll, who do the people want for LBJ's Vice President? Buster Keaton bounces back. New travel section, trip to the Vale of Kashmir. full page color Kellogg's Rice Krispies ad with Asian characters and theme. 1.0
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                    August 21, 1964Life Magazine August 21, 1964 : Cover - General Khanh eyes the enemy at the Vietnam border.

Cute full page Good Year ad with lady looking at flat tire, and "there's no man around". Uneasy conscience at county fair - pertains to murder of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner near Philadelphia, Mississippi. Turkish bombing of Cyprus. Vietnam - build-up on the border, USS Constellation and USS Ticonderoga on patrol in the Gulf of Tonkin. Small photo of author Ian Fleming, who died of heart attack at age 56. Pope Paul VI is first pontiff to ride in a helicopter. Author Terry Southern. Playing cupid to endangered animals in zoos, the Wild Animal Propagation Trust, photos by Nina Leen of orangutan, pygmy hippo, white rhinos and more. TV's Year of the Monster, Addams Family, Bewitched, The Munsters. Man who is President (LBJ), part 2 - how the family amassed its fortune. Comedian Woody Allen and an ant on a leash. Great dinners, part 8 - broil fowl on spit. Lower half of two pages Libby-Owens-Ford Safety Plate Glass ad, Bryce Canyon through the windshield of a car. 1.0
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                    August 28, 1964Life Magazine August 28, 1964 : Cover - The Beatles are back in the U.S., raising a ruckus again, mayhem at the San Francisco airport (plus story).

Special report on Ian Fleming by former CIA director Allen Dulles - Ian wrote the James Bond books. Full page Dr. Pepper ad with "Harmon" cartoon by Johnny Hart, precursor to the B.C. comic? Juana Castro's story of Fidel, her brother, he's a tyrant and he must go, Cuba. Photo of U.S. sightseers with their pick-ups and airstreams parked in front of St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow. Mohammed Ali marries Sonji Roi in Chicago. 15 year old Tom Joyner takes 19 hours to land fish. Lamb in an artificial womb, experiment to improve heart-lung machines, Dr. John Callaghan of University of Alberta. U.S. Customs vs. the Cheaters. Elegant fall fashions at the World's Fair. Green Bay's Paul Hornung is back in the football stadium after a year's exile for betting. Atlantic City ready for Democratic convention. Full page Maytag washer ad features musical Eugene and Margaret Browning family of Lee's Summit, Missouri.
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                    September 4, 1964Life Magazine September 4, 1964 : Cover - For LBJ, a hug from Lynda at the convention.

Atlantic City and a memory. LBJ's convention in color. Bob Kennedy's senate bid. 31-mile logjam in Sweden, millions of anchovies and other fish dead in "red tide" off California coast. Half page "Only you can prevent forest fires" ad with nice B&W graphic illustration by unidentified artist. Department of Defense head Robert McNamara calls off attempt to scale Matterhorn at 13,000 feet because of bad weather. Elegant juvenile look of Paris fall fashions, model Christine Eustratiades, designers Castillo, Dior, Chanel, more. Scary pageant in Peking. America's Cup,  Constellation and American Eagle, Rod Stephens, Bob Bavier, Eric Ridder, more. Four Navy men keep house at 32 fathoms for nine days off coast of Bermuda- SeaLab I, Dr. R.E. Thompson, Robert Barth, Sanders Manning, Lester Anderson are aquanauts. Flying Shaggy Olive tree - great picture. Two page Royal Crown Cola ad, mother and children blowing bubbles in a field of flowers, little note to enter the "Favorite President" contest. 1.0
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                    September 11, 1964Life Magazine September 11, 1964 : Cover - Japanese lady bowling in traditional Kimono.

Special issue - JAPAN. Modern paradoxes. Inevitable partners - US and Japan. Photo essay by Brian Brake, contrasts of modern city life and traditional pastoral ways, some really beautiful images, girl lighting candle at Buddhist cemetery, surrounded by lush colors of autumn and lights of other candles. Japan will play host to the Olympics, traditional pastimes, judo, sumo, and baseball. 4,000 fisherman squeezed into 650-yard stretch of Kanda River. Emperor Hirohito and his wife go on a search for shellfish. Art of Japan. Japan - a synthesis of east and west. Views of America. Young in revolt. The girls - a national treasure. Meet Mr. Matsushita. Two page color Shell oil ad with girl flying kite on a beach. Full page color Continental Insurance ad of an embroidered sampler stating "Our Motto: neither a scrooge nor a patsy be".
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                    September 18, 1964Life Magazine September 18, 1964 : Cover - Sophia Loren at her new villa, Sophia and Carlo at home in Italy, many color photos of interiors and exteriors.

Half page ad for movie "Of Human Bondage" with Kim Novak and Laurence Harvey. Desert war in Arabia - many-sided struggle with no end in sight. Near auto strike in Detroit, agreement includes birthdays off for Chrysler workers. Election in Chile. Skipper of the Sovereign is also a famous ornithologist and painter, Peter Scott of Britain, son of Captain Robert Falcon Scott who died on the way back from the South Pole. Cleveland Browns fullback Jimmie Brown turns movie star in Rio Conchos. Barbara Hepworth, sculptor, creates massive abstract works in bronze, wood, and stone.The relentless specter of Bertolt Brecht and his creation Mother Courage. Madcap Chelsea - New York's most illustrious third-rate hotel, illustration by flora. The dangers of declaring election winner by computer, early "results" could sway election. Charlie McCarthy's sister, Edgar Bergen's daughter Candace "Candy" is a model with aspirations to photography. Full page color Premium Saltines ad with package of crackers in a basket full of wet vegetables. Two page color Motorola Color/65 TV ad, get the look of tomorrow right now.
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                    September 25, 1964Life Magazine September 25, 1964 : Cover - Saturn V rocket.

Fold-out cover, artist's view of Saturn V rocket leaving Cape Kennedy on manned flight to the moon, painting by Robert McCall. America's giant jump into space. Full page Maytag ad features John Wertenbach family of South Bass Island in Lake Erie. Moon Race blots out a town by Ronald Bailey, Logtown, Mississippi and other smaller towns near the test sites are sacrificed because engine noise is to loud for people to withstand. Weather gone mad - Hurricane Dora strikes St. Augustine, Jacksonville, idea to drop bombs in the eye of hurricane to control it. Conflict over "cross-busing" of white children to formerly black schools. Snooping truck checks on what you are watching on TV. Dona Felisa - Mayor of San Juan. Clarence, the cross-eyed lion. Photo essay of the amazing new tools for industry. Space Age by John Dille - Saturn V rocket cutaway drawing. Bill Wolf - young computer wizard. Satellites with link up everyone by Arthur C. Clarke, illustration by Flora. 11-year-old Charles Duelfer of Stamford, Connecticut builds rockets, and gets to watch his own launch at NASA testing station. Back page Red Skelton oil painting collection. Two page color Pontiac Bonneville ad, dramatic night scene illustration signed "AF VK".
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                    October 2, 1964Life Magazine October 2, 1964 : Cover - Film frames of Kennedy assassination.

The Warren Report - how the commission pieced together the evidence, written by Congressman Gerald R. Ford. Herbert von Karajan, "Herr Musik Diktator". Jacques Tiffeau - New York designer wins American Fashion Critics' Award for the second time. Two page color new 1965 Mercury ad, "in the tradition of Lincoln Continental," with nice painting illustration by unidentified artist. Life Extra - Space Part 2, 4 articles, including "What Looms Ahead" with paintings by Robert McCall, story by Astronaut Pete Conrad on the development of the lunar excursion module, and the "bizarre new science" bioastronautics, beagles and monkeys used to test effects of pure oxygen and air pollution in spacecraft. Plunger-tipped fencing foils for small musketeers, youngsters Heidi Harlow, Kurt Weinheimer, and Teddy Benson duel it out in Schenectady, New York. B-70 makes first flight. New faces for Hollywood: Mia Farrow, Raquel Welch, Rosemary Forsyth, more. Y. A. Tittle - great quarterback is bruised and bloodied Full page color Canadian Club adventure ad, traversing the Dolomites.
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                    October 9, 1964Life Magazine October 9, 1964 : Cover - Donna de Varona, star U.S. Olympic swimmer in the pool.

Feature article about the women's team with photos of Donna De Varona, Kathy Ellis, Marilyn Ramenofsky, Cathy Ferguson, Sharon Stouder, more. Full page color Carnation Instant Milk ad, with Magic Crystals! Ollie McClung's big decision - Alabama restaurant owner successfully challenges the civil rights law. New York Senate race, Keating vs. Kennedy. Britain's rousing election hush - Wilson vs. Douglas-Home. Harpo Marx lovingly remembered. Princess Ann-Marie of Denmark marries King Constantine of Greece, glamorous color wedding pictures. Peter Ustinov, Robert Morley and more in new film "Topkapi". Pete Seeger - folk-singer with a mission. Fashions from Spain, photographed in Barcelona, the Countess of Quintanilla (born Aline Griffith of New York) is Madrid's best-dressed. Memories of author Sean O'Casey. Dr. Ivy and his obsession with discredited cancer cure Krebiozen. Philadelphia Museum's tapestry collection. Full page color Zesta Supreme saltines ad urging you to rejoice over the new box design.
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                    October 16, 1964Life Magazine October 16, 1964 : Cover - Man and boy hanging from ropes in shaft.

Berlin thriller - 57 people, ages 3 to 70, escape by tunnel under "The Wall." Prosperity 1964 - U.S. economic boom and abundance. Obituary for LIFE photographer James Burke, who fell from a cliff shooting photo essay in the Himalayas. Full page New England Life ad with large photo of Bing Crosby in 1935. What will be the political backlash of integration policies? Hurricane Hilda hits Lake Pontchartrain at New Orleans, launching more than a dozen tornados. Pucci - Italian style setter. TV version of The Fantasticks with Bert Lahr, Ricardo Montalban, Stanley Holloway and more. Women and Toulouse-Lautrec, many photos of his work and the women who inspired it. Ed "Big Daddy" Roth - Drag racer designer. Ara Parseghian fires up Notre Dame - football coach. 1965 cars - 10 page color feature. Scary year of encephalitis outbreaks. Lars Schmidt, unknown man around the entertainment industry who is also Ingrid Bergman's husband. Full page Champion spark plug ad features Jerrie Mock, first woman to circle the glove solo in her "Spirit of Columbus." Full page color Alcoa ad for zip top frozen juice cans.
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                       October 23, 1964Life Magazine October 23, 1964 : Cover - Leonid Brezhnev - Russia's new leader, take over in the Kremlin.

Womanly art of self-defense. Walter Jenkins arrested on morals charge in White House, Bill Moyers replaces him. Nifty two page color Western Electric ad shows 30 different styles of telephone from 1876 to the future. What? Women wearing PANTS on social rounds in the city? Sister Jacqueline Grennan and her Webster College near St. Louis, building a theater on campus with funds raised by Conrad Hilton. Portugal's Algarve, photo essay by Farrel Grehan. Olympics start in Tokyo, many grand photos of the spectacle. Anthropology and the Olympics - do physical differences among races give some athletes an edge? Barry Goldwater, photos from childhood. Beatles' American Scrapbook. Billy Mills track gold in Olympics. Full page color Avon for Men ad introduces Blue Blazer line. Full page Norelco shaver ad with team photo of the Green Bay Packers football club.
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                    October 30, 1964Life Magazine October 30, 1964 : Cover - America's great swimmer Don Schollander with four Olympic gold medals.

Americans make a good showing at "best Olympics ever." New Show in Moscow's Red Square Brezhnev and Kosygin take control of the USSR, many color photos. Cute full page color Polaroid camera ad of English woman with flowers and a bobby looking over her shoulder. In memory of Cole Porter. Pope proclaims 22 Africans saints, the first canonization of black saints. Crochet granny dresses that would scandalize the Victorians, modeled by Maggie London, sometime date of Ringo Starr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize and pledges to donate winnings to his cause. Maria Callas - world's most tempestuous opera star. Death of Hubert Hoover. New Inflatable splints for broken bones. Wonderful color 2 page spread ad of 1965 Chevrolet Impala convertible - red. Wine and noses, '64 is a good year for grapes. Alvin Toffler tells us not to undervalue American culture. Full page ad for movie "The Outrage" with Paul Newman, Claire Bloom, Edward G. Robinson. Two page Shell ad features Craig Breedlove and his 526.28mph car, new land speed record.
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                    Magazine November 6, 1964Life Magazine November 6, 1964 : Cover - Shirley Eaton, gilded (gold covered) for her role in Goldfinger.

Love songs to the automobile. 24 hour underground vigil with the instant-firing Minuteman missile. How Khrushchev lost to his marshals. Full page color Aristocrat carpet ad with fish bowl full of carpet pieces. Nightmare finish to a lineman's dream run, Jim Marshall scores a 61 yard run touchdown for the wrong football team. Deaf football team of Gallaudet College, did you know Gallaudet is credited with inventing the huddle? Fur collection of Barbra Streisand.TV ratings turned upside-down, old favorites turned over for Bonanza, Bewitched, Gomer Pyle, the Addams Family and The Munsters. Intriguing photo of hamster in a goldfish bowl, using superthin membranes to help man live underwater? Moscow's fur coats for children inspiring new American trend. Spurned Nobel Prize, Jean-Paul Sartre turns down literature award, photo in this article of words 'I love you' written in sand of "Colorado desert," now Great Sand Dunes National Park. The captive Killer Whale "Molly Doll."James Bond against Goldfinger. The Gillis family of Richmond, Virginia, make their own goodwill journey by covered wagon to Moscow.
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                    November 13, 1964Life Magazine November 13, 1964 : Cover - LBJ and vice president-elect Humphrey.

Election in color - the mighty landslide. Full page Maytag washer ad with the Glenn Websters of Rochester, Minnesota and their 39-year-old washing machine. Great picture of Stewardess Joan Dorsey and Senator Humphrey on campaign plane. Astronaut Theodore Freeman dies in plane crash and is buried at Arlington. B-57s blasted in Vietnam. Real Witches at Work - English pagans keep old traditions alive, Ray Bone near Chipping Norton. House-hunting in Florida's Cape Coral. Theft of the Star of India - jewel- from New York's American Museum of Natural History. Sammy Davis on Broadway in "Golden Boy", photos from stage and home life, indepth article. Henry Barnes - New York's traffic jam doctor. Hollywood and Julie Andrews, photos from film roles and home life. Fold-out color Clairol Born Blonde hair color ad.
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                    November 20, 1964Life Magazine November 20, 1964 : Cover - Marshal Rodion Malinovsky takes a salute at missile parade in Moscow.

Remarkable feat of marathon surgery enables five Italian boys to see, Rotolo boys with cataracts, Dr. Luigi Picardo (see also January 29, 1965). Full page ad for the "Midget Mustang" pedal car from Ford dealers, just in time for Christmas. Russia shows off its missiles. Fashions - bad black, goody white, models with Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon. Nabokov, author, chess master, language expert and more. Penthouses, the Boom at the Top. Yorkshire terrier becomes a stylish new pet. My Gal Sal - a derelict bomber on an arctic icecap stirs a memory of an adventure of war. Italy, paradise for grave robbers. Anne Bancroft, actress. Art show with art shaped like food in a supermarket - Paul Bianchini's gallery including Andy Warhol's painting of a can of Campbell's soup. Funny photo of Josephine Thwaites of Arroyo Grande, California. Full page color Puss'n Boots cat food ad showing all the ingredients, from bone meal to milk, onions, and corn. Neat full page color Canadian Club whisky ad qith David Pugmire doing a tyrolean traverse of sorts, in the Dolomites of Italy.
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                    November 27, 1964Life Magazine November 27, 1964 : Cover - Vietnam with soldiers and forest on fire - special forces Captain Vernon Gillespie Jr. on the radio.

Large section on Vietnam. "Merry, Angry Mother Hen," actress Joan Littlewood. Michael Parks, actor to watch. Last of the shy Condors, only 40 California condors left. Graphic full page Wool Bureau ad, woman in white suit dress in front of enormous wool logo. Hernia surgery flattens Cassius Clay. Bizarre story of "Italian Joseph Dahan" (later discovered to be Egyptian agent Mordecai Ben Massoud Louk) smuggled by Egyptians in a trunk through Customs. Rudolph Nureyev - ballet master, 11 pages of photos by Lord Snowdon. Glenn Doman devises method for teaching very young children to read - Mrs. Lloyd Grumbles and 8-month old child Joy. Don Sheldon - bush pilot in Alaska. Late-blooming "primitive" artist Edna Teall at 83. Full page color Volkswagen ad, red Station Wagon wrapped in big red ribbon for Christmas.
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                       December 4, 1964Life Magazine December 4, 1964 : Cover - Dr. Paul Carlson in the service of his mission before Congo rebels killed him.

Congo Martyr : photographs and eyewitness reports of the massacre. Cute full page color Polaroid camera ad of small boy and his Christmas puppy. Home kidney machine, Barbara Robinson with husband on dialysis. Historic photos as Brooklyn's naval base and 93 others must close. Ben Heineman, the man who likes commuters - Chicago and Northwestern Railway. Barry Wichmann escapes mediocrity. Marc Chagall's big year, artist is 77, many nice color photos of enormous works in progress, including ceiling of Paris Opera and stained glass window for United Nations. Elizabeth Ashley, actress, scorns the trappings of success. Israeli luxury liner Shalom slices a Norwegian tanker in two and 19 perish at sea. Zero Mostel in big Broadway hit, Fiddler on the Roof. Bernie Casey, pro football star and artist. David Webb, jeweled animals. Sir Winston Churchill at 90. full page Harley-Davidson ad, $46 down will give your best elf an M-50 for Christmas.
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                    Magazine December 11, 1964Life Magazine December 11, 1964 : Cover - The Rockettes, fold-out cover.

Rockettes, spectacle of their dancing and how five of them work and live, Karen Galvin, Mary Ann de Mare, Jane Simpson, Susan Borin, and Geraldine Ann Przybyszewski. Charred heart of a suicide Buddhist monk is the grisly symbol of more violence in Vietnam. Gala opening of the Lido, and the famous and exquisite women of the world show up in pantsuits, of all things! 8-year-old Richard Barnes of Los Alamos, New Mexico, shakes hands with LBJ. More kudos for Churchill's 90th birthday. Britain's ex-king, the Duke of Windsor, becomes an actor. Huge statue of Tlaloc moved from Coatlinchan to Mexico City, all 167 tons of it at once, on a 72-wheeled trailer. Susan Huxley works as a farmhand. Rickety Leo the Lion, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. Notre Dame vs. USC, football. Kids' Books, a Happy Few amid the Junk, cartoon-style illustration by Milton Glaser. Op art = optical art, swirls and such. Full page color S&H Green Stamps ad, use your service station stamps to get a bike for Christmas.
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                    December 18, 1964Life Magazine December 18, 1964 : Cover - Sultry Elizabeth Taylor talks about herself.

Pope's visit to India. FBI makes mass arrests in the lynching of three civil rights workers in Mississippi. Must be almost Christmas, eggnog ads! Two page color '65 Rambler ad, red car and a family dressed in red collecting their Christmas tree. New cultural center in Los Angeles, opening of the Pavillion. Death of Vanderbilt's grand dame. Medal of Honor for Vietnam hero Captain Roger Donlon. Campus revolt in California - Berkeley. Big spelunking jackpot in the Ozarks - Blanchard Springs Caverns. Shorter skirts. Aviation experts seek safeguards against air turbulence. Cary Grant in his 71st movie at age 60, Father Goose. Notre Dame gets mad at a movie - "John Goldfarb, Please come home." Full page color Old Taylor 86 ad with a big wreath of fake fruits and vegetables."
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Life Magazine                      December 25, 1964Life Magazine December 25, 1964 : Cover - Moses by Rembrandt.

Special Double Issue - The Bible. Biblical lands. The Creation. God chooses a family. Why Abraham went forth. Moses leads his people. Invasion of the promised land. The law that bound Israel. The Prophets. Who was the man Jesus? The greatest Missionary, Paul. Diggers verify the Bible Past, artifacts in the Holy Land. Revelation. Many nice photos of art works from the world's museums. Photo feature illustrating select Psalms. Full page Famous Artists Schools ad "by Norman Rockwell," with a photo of the artist at his easel. Back cover cute Coca-cola ad, could with basket of beagle puppies, Christmas gifts. One-third page Sun-Maid Raisins ad, "Raisins are great when you're raisin' kids."
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