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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 January 7, 1966Life Magazine January 7, 1966 : Cover - Sean Connery as Agent 007, looking studly in a ripped wet suit.

James Bond in Thunderball - wildest 007 movie yet. A yummy full page color Oreo cookie add featuring a wire whisk. A large number of letters to the editor pertaining to "The Detective" article that appeared in December 3, 1965. Neat photo of a bunch of ships "mothballed" in the Hudson River. Crazy photo of a small plane crash landed on the Washington bridge. Extraordinary color pictures from Gemini lift-off to rendezvous to splashdown. Westminster Abbey's 900th anniversary. Pilot Philip Ippolito lands plane in emergency on George Washington bridge! Luci Baines Johnson becomes engaged. Ford sisters marry rich Continentals. Maxim's Louis Vaudable. Cute full page color United Airline ad with flight attendant giving a flower to a passenger. Lebanon. Beirut. New York's heliport on a skyscraper, Pan Am building. Truman Capote writes a best-seller on a quadruple murder in Kansas, Herbert W. Clutter family, In Cold Blood, killers were Dick Hickock and Perry Smith. Neat full page color Pepsi ad with four jumping skiers.
Very Good - $78 buy now
Good - $62 buy now

vLife Magazine January 14, 1966 : Cover - North Vietnam's President Ho Chi Minh and Prime Minister Pham Van Dong at Presidential Palace in Hanoi.

Goofy full page color Frigidaire ad, space age refrigeration with models in pink and purple outfits and strange headgear. U.S. Envoys deploy around the world - Peace drive aimed at these two men. Transport Worker's Union strikes in New York - subway and buses stuck. Shah of Iran, modern monarch. Tzaims Luksus fabrics. Norman Thomas - protestor at 81. 16-week cram course trains pilots for Helicopters and Vietnam. Wild patterns and dazzle of sixties print fabrics, splashy color photos. Astronaut reports from Gemini 6 and 7. The most darling photo of Beagle with puppy pulling her ear in Kemp house. There he is! Full page color Quaker Oats ad with the classic Quaker label. Simple but bold full page color Sunkist ad explains the navel orange. 1.0
Excellent
- $32 buy now
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life
                         Magazine January 21, 1966Life Magazine January 21, 1966 : Cover - Prime Minister Shastri lying in state in New Delhi, India.

Movie - How Not to Rob a Department Store. It's the Pepsi generation, full page color ad of six-pack in the desert.  The dawn of the time-Life Story of Great Music. Glamorous photo of the Jewel Essence Goddess, wife of Indonesian president. TV review - Covering the big story - Vietnam. Strike for academic freedom at St. John's University in New York. Movie review - David Lean's Dr. Zhivago, pages and pages of color photos. See-through vinyl raincoats. Plastisol figures at the Museum of Famous People. New York transit strike finally ends, color photos of the traffic disasters. Ronald Reagan running for governor of California, family photos and a few from his acting days. Anthony Quinn in a full page color ad for Foster Grant. Centerfold color Plymouth ad with new 2-door hardtop VIP.
Very Good
- $20 buy now
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Life Magazine 
                    January 28, 1966Life Magazine January 28, 1966 : Cover - The New Beauties : Lovely Young Film Stars of Europe, French actress Catherine Spaak.

Photos includes Susannah York and Catherine Deneuve. Full page ad for the Famous Artists School written by and with a photo of Norman Rockwell. New Mayor John Lindsay of New York survives transit strike. 53 African American students from Chicago slum visit Sweden after impulsive idea of Ingrid Kostrubala, meet King Gustav VI Adolf, many heartwarming photos. Indira Gandhi : The lady who now leads India, pictured with various world leaders. Introduction of emergency medical crash cart "Max" developed by Dr. Joel Nobel at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Hospital. Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacommetti dies at 64, feature story with photos. Famous Negro photographer Gordon Parks' autobiography, "A Choice of Weapons". Duke's basketball team. Ideas in Houses - ski cabin in the Cascades of Washington is designed to get along without a woman's touch. Centerfold color Buick ad with Skylark Gran Sport. Really cool two page photo of three icebreakers pushing a huge ice berg near Antarctica, it had broken off the continental icecap. Cool full page photo of a large number of Chinese acrobats on a single bicycle. 1.0
Very Good - $23 buy now
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Fair
(All Good, but has note written in white LIFE on cover) - $8 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has minor cover smudge and a few pages have spots in margin at back) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    February 4, 1966Life Magazine February 4, 1966 : Cover - Sammy Davis, Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier in a TV salute to old-time Harlem.

Concentration camps for lost and stolen pets - your dog is in cruel danger, includes two pages about creepy dude Lester Brown from White Hall, Maryland, plus more pages on Humane Society representative Frank McMahon, Humane Society worker Helen Crews, neighborhood activist Mrs. William Mitchell, owners G. R. Lloyd, Thomas Connolly family, Kelly Ann Grill. Beautiful two page color Chevrolet ad, illustration of commercial featuring a car perched atop Castle Rock near Moab, Utah. A Fine French Scandal over kidnapping of Moroccan Mehdi ben Barka in broad daylight. Another bachelor Beatle bites the dust - George Harrison marries Patricia Boyd. Airplane crash on Mont Blanc. Search for nuclear contamination after crash of B-52 in Spain. Graham Greene close-up. Easter Island, color photo feature of stone heads and living faces of the island. Author Gabriell Parca bashes the myth of the great Italian lover. Wear glasses to be seen, not to see...even without lenses. Skier Art Tokle Jr. follows famous family's ski tracks, wins event named for his uncle. Splashy full page color ad for "1 crazy calorie" Tab. GREAT full page photo of Edward Barbee of Columbia, Missouri riding his motorcycle with broken leg in cast and crutches strapped to front, yes, he broke it while motorcycling.
Good - $38 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine February 11, 1966Life Magazine February 11, 1966 : Cover - gruesome black and white photo of injured soldiers in Viet Nam.

Pfc. Thomas Cole and Sgt. Harison Bell (see follow-up story in LIFE October 1979). The war goes on, intense photos of the 1st Cavalry Division under fire. Full page color Lincoln National Life ad offers free copy of T. Hamilton Crawford's painting of Lincoln. Luna 9 looks down on the moon, makes first photos from lunar surface. Alluring art of India, many sumptuous color images. Lauren Bacall in "Cactus Flower". A visit with the widow of Mussolini. Memoir of Buster Keaton. Jack Dreyfus - wall street wizard. Great Houses - Slater home in Boca Raton, Florida. Full page Hiram Walker Imperial ad with partiers on a "snow vehicle" in Mad river Glen, Vermont. Darling photo of Woofy the Walrus looking pensive at Marineland, California. Back cover full page ad featuring classic Coca-Cola bottles.
Excellent - $74 buy now

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Life 
                    Magazine February 18, 1966Life Magazine February 18, 1966 : Cover - Viruses and how your body fights them, a model flu germ magnified over 2 million times.

Interesting illustrations of illness processes in the body in article, like cut paper designs of Matisse. Intriguing full page Volkswagon ad shows Bug "exploded" view of exterior parts. "Boots" Hansen of the famed Red Adair Company of Houston, Texas battles Iranian oil well fire at Tang-e-Bijar, dramatic color photos of blaze. Everyone makes art of Henry Geldzahler. Big photo of actress Sophie Tucker singing, brief obituary. US-Vietnamese summit talks in Honolulu, Hawaii. Close-up of Barbara Walters of the "Today" television show. America's best actor - Jason Robards - is also the most in demand, includes photo with wife Lauren Bacall. Two page Ford ad has bright red 1903 Model A and a list of 1965 production. Some really odd ski clohing fashions, photographed at Chamonix.
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    February 25, 1966Life Magazine February 25, 1966 : Cover - U.S. fighter planes over Vietnam a dawn: a searching assessment of the war.

Including : the plus side, the strategy, and the dissent, several big maps of the action in article. The City of Saigon, photos of daily life. Music - P.D.Q. Bach and other musical madness. Music - Noel Harrison steps out from shadow of his actor father. Oh, yuck! Full page color Mazola corn Oil ad has drinking straws in the bottle to illustrate the need for good fats in children's diets. Closeup of English professor and author Marshall McLuhan. Diagnostic Palmistry? Looking at babies' hands to search for congenital birth defects. Special Report : Missing H-Bomb in Spain. Club Mediterranee offers low-cost high life from skiing to sunbathing. Now this is airline fashion, two page color Braniff International ad shows airline hostess zipping off successive layers of her uniform for each stage of the flight, the plastic bubble rain helmet especially delightful. Full page color Smirnoff ad with Julie Newmar in white cowgirl getup.
Good - $16 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    March 4, 1966Life Magazine March 4, 1966 : Cover - Statue of Roman Citizen, first century A.D.

Beginning a new series : the Romans, many dramatic photos of sculpture and architecture. Strange trial of Charles Schmid - accused of murdering 3 teens in Tucson : Gretchen Fritz, Wendy Fritz and Alleen Rowe. Six page color advertisement for Phillips 66. Small photo of Cassius Clay sounding off against the draft. Desperate escape from a fire in Tel Aviv. Motoring across the Baltic ice. Nearly nude Paris fashions.. and you thought today's clothes revealed too much! Hockey Goalies, their bludgeoned faces and bodies. Harvard's Mother Cobra - Linda McVeigh, first girl editor of campus newspaper. Hit song salutes author's Vietnam Green Berets comrades by Barry Sadler. Richard Burton and Liz Taylor play "Fautus" at Oxford as a favor. Iowa's controversial custody case gives young Mark Banninster to his grandparents. Full page color ad of Ford Mustang as the Sweetheart of the Supermarket Set.
Very Good - $26 buy now
Good - $16 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has mild cover wear) - $8 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    March 11, 1966Life Magazine March 11, 1966 : Cover - Batman makes a mighty leap into national popularity.

Mad new world of Batman, Superman, and the Marquis de Sade, many color photos from TV, movies, and theater, splashy multipage layout. Neat photo of ski instructor Roger Staub and ski patroler Chuck Malloy in mid-air on skis as Batman and Robin, en route to a costume party in Vail. Full page Sony Side Show, a tiny 5" portable TV that can tilt any direction. Jubilee in Ghana as a Tyrant falls. Aerial tic-tac-toe game on a Mississippi River ice jam. Astronauts Elliot See and Charles Bassett killed in a plane crash. Romans, Part II. Upside-down eye surgery for Detroit Red Wings hockey defenseman Douglas Barkley. Huge card-flashing spectacle takes place in Workers' Stadium in Peking, amazing color photos. The dawn of waitresses working seminude (topless) in West Coast restaurants. Charlie Chaplin's daughter Geraldine does fashion shoot at the circus. Peggy Fleming's triumph on ice. Two page color General Motors ad advocates seatbelt use.
Good - $72 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but cover is neatly loose from staples and cover edge is darkened) - $36 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    March 18, 1966Life Magazine March 18, 1966 : Cover - Barbra Streisand with her dog - the fear-ridden 23-year-old girl behind the star.

Full page color deBeers diamond ad features painting by Lucien Fontanarosa. Air crash on Fujiyama, pictures of the crash as it unfolded. Blizzard-blanketed train - Northern Pacific's Mainstreeter COVERED by drifting snow near New Salem, North Dakota. Romans - Part 3 - Julius Caesar, drawings by Arthur Lidow. Kissing disease - mononucleosis. Richard and Mildred Loving fight miscegenation law against interracial marriage in Virginia. Charles and George - Idiot Savant twins. Game wardens in New mexico tackle elk from a chopper to tag them. Wilma Soss - stockholder with a mission. Half page color Lady Esquire Instant Shoe Coloring ad, paint your leather shoes in all the latest colors. Cute full page color Honda motor bike ad in red, with two young marching band members speeding past the band.
Very Good - $48 buy now
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Life Magazine 
                    March 25, 1966Life Magazine March 25, 1966 : Cover - Mind drug LSD out of control, Timothy Leary arrested.

TV review - The Honeymooners. Trouble during Gemini 8 mission, Neil Armstrong and Dave Scott keep level heads in tense reentry and unscheduled splashdown. Two page color Enco motor fuel ad features the Tiger character and an illustration of the new facilities in Texas. Car safety, Detroit, and Ralph Nader's book, "Unsafe at Any Speed". Everywoman's village, a school in Van Nuys, California to fight housewife boredom. Jimmy Durante in Easter Seal Fund ad. The Romans, Part IV : Pompeii. Close-up of Indian Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, to visit President Johnson. More racial strife in Watts. Profile of spy author Len Deighton. Gwen Verdon in "Sweet Charity". Centerfold color Chevrolet ad with red Impala. Very cool full page photo of 12 men on a single long bike that set the record for longest bike, fun caption, too, Radaubruder, Rowdy Brothers.
Very Good - $44 buy now
Good - $34 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine April 1, 1966Life Magazine April 1, 1966 : Cover - Director Charlie Chaplin, 76, rehearses Sophia Loren for a movie scene with Marlon Brando.

The week of the Flying Saucers - U.F.O.'s from Australia to Michigan. Full page black and lilac ad for Debbie Reynolds as "The singing Nun". America's foxiest lawyer - Percy Foreman. Sukarno's memory album. Navy finds the lost H-bomb using little sub. Monumental salvage of Abu Simbel's temples, Ramses I and Nefertari. Lise Lotte - model turned designer. Baseball union's big pitch Koufax and Drysdale together hold out for more money. Wire and cloth figure sculptures in bright designs by French artist Niki de St. Phalle. Moment of the docking in space - Armstrong and Scott take a wild spin, great color photos. Ideas in Houses - Gerald Rosens house in Los Angeles. Full page simple Peace Corps ad of small globe in big space.
Very Good
- $23 buy now
Good - $13 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    April 8, 1966Life Magazine April 8, 1966 : Cover - Army's All-American Rhodes Scholar, Captain Pete Dawkins, now in Vietnam.

Books - Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "Player Piano" and "Mother Night" re-issued. Falling out between Communist countries Soviet Union and China. British Prime Minister Harold Wilson re-elected. Theater review of the Broadway hit "The Man of La Mancha". Close-up of Edward W. Brooke, Republican attorney general of Massachusetts and highest elected Negro officeholder in the US, running for the US Senate. Medicine - Soviet Siamese twins Masha and Dasha. Profile of 66-year-old Tim Durant riding in England's Grand National at Aintree. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and David Scott write about Gemini 8 flight. England's Great Train Robbery. Movie review of Mary McCarthy's "The Group". Centerfold color Ford ad with red Cortina.
Very Good
- $23 buy now
Good - $13 buy now
Fair
(Generally Good, framable cover, but has minimal margin water mark and some pages cut a bit differently) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    April 15, 1966Life Magazine April 15, 1966 : Cover - Fold-out photo of Louis Armstrong, many nice photos of Satch and bands.

Closing up the gap in jet-age air safety. Draft dodgers face jail and fines. Full page color SILLY Smirnoff ad features astronaut-garbed bouffant hairdo with antennae. Movie review of United States Information Agency's documentary, "John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Days of Drums". Book review of A.E. Hotchner's "Papa Hemingway". Big push for jet-age safety. Vietnam's week of wild uncertainty. Barbara Feldon, Agent 99, does fashion spread. Beautiful color photo story of birds of paradise in New Guinea. Ringling Bros. new circus act: a tiger which stalks and leaps a horse dressed as a zebra.  Inflation : debate over L.B.J.'s program. Close-up of best-selling novelist Louis Auchincloss. Inside foldout cover is three page color ad of red and white Ford Mustangs against background of racing horses.
Good - $42 buy now

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Life Magazine 
                    April 22, 1966Life Magazine April 22, 1966 : Cover - Vietnam : crippling Buddhist revolt, injured monk lies in street in Saigon.

Goofy full page Skippy peanut butter ad, pirate hat on humongous peanut. Book review of William H. Master's and Virginia E. Johnson's "Human Sexual Response". Siberia - Russia's booming frontier. Strangely beautiful photos of flooded farms in thaw from North Dakota blizzard. Festival of Black Man's art in Dakar. Art of Rene Magritte. Diaries of Lord Moran of Manton, Winston Churchill's personal doctor, part 1. Cool pictures of the destruction of the old Fresno, California courthouse dome. Photo essay - The First World Festival of Negro Arts in Dakar, Senegal. The dawn of avocado! Two page color General electric ad announces the arrival of the hottest new appliance color, avocado. Who knew they would last forever? Great Baseball Tug-of-War: As the Season Opens, Atlanta and Milwaukee Both Want the Braves—and a Court Rules for Milwaukee.
Excellent - $32 buy now
Very Good
- $20 buy now
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Life Magazine 
                    April 29, 1966Life Magazine April 29, 1966 : Cover - Julie Christie - multiple excitements of the brilliant young Oscar winner.

Cute full page color Polaroid camera ad with furry cat and yarn ball. Dramatic photo of the luxury liner Michelangelo in huge Atlantic storm. Last Night of the Old Met - the closing of the old Metropolitan Opera House, great surge of sentiment, spectacle and song, many glamorous photos. Thomas Hoving - New York parks commissioner. U.S. foot-soldier's new portable antiaircraft rocket. Photo essay - the design and beauty of the new Columbia Broadcasting System building in NYC, sculpture by calder, portraits by Warhol. Diaries of Churchill's Doctor Part 2. Fashion - paper jewelry and chuck-away dresses. Fight for a farmworkers' union. LSD - control, not prohibition. Full page color ad for the soundtrack recording of "The Sound of Music."
Very Good - $23 buy now
Good - $13 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    May 6, 1966Life Magazine May 6, 1966 : Cover - Jackie Kennedy on horseback at a fair in Seville with Countess of Quintanilla.

Drive for Safer cars - industry takes on auto safety, photos staring crash test dummies. Half page "Moo glue" ad for the new Elmer's glue-all, made by Borden's. Meteor streaks over the Eastern Seaboard, photos. Demolition of a Vietcong dam blows a plane out of the sky. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Rosemary Harris - new grande dame of the U.S. stage. Outwear flair for underwear, but what can you possibly wear OVER shocking pink and orange? In color - famous heart pump operation on DeRudder by DeBakey. New Rochelle, New York racked by desegregation of its schools. The smallest leatherneck - 4'11" Marine Allen Owen - called ShortRound. Ideas in Houses - Warren Avis home in Acapulco. Full page color Fig Newtons ad, inset photo of the extraordinary Ficus carica tree.
Very Good - $36 buy now
Good - $26 buy now

Life
                         Magazine May 13, 1966Life Magazine May 13, 1966 : Cover - Revolution in Male Clothes : Chicago school students take to new mod gear.

Profile of Nick Piantanida's attempts to break the world free-fall record and shatter the sound barrier with his body. Full page black and white Ducati motorcycle ad, for the connoisseur. Close-up of Lynda Bird Johnson's Hollywood beau, George Hamilton. Profile of Carolyn Glyn, Britain's teen-age novelist. Preservation of celebrated 19th Century landscapist F .E. Church's mansion. Profile of Arkansas US Senator J. William Fulbright. Darling photo of bloodhound sniffing spring flowers. Full page color Smirnoff ad with Woody Allen in an oversized shell on the beach. Bright and colorful full page ad for new Shasta Cola flavors.
Very Good
- $32 buy now
Good - $22 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine May 20, 1966Life Magazine May 20, 1966 : Cover - Electronic snooping and the bugging business, dramatic model's bare back with transmitter taped to it.

Close-up of former American, Queen Hope of the Himalayan realm Sikkim. Music - Yehudi Menuhin and son Jeremy team up for his 50th birthday concert. Sports - Kansas teen-ager, Jim Ryun, first 3:50 miler? Modern living - outmoded US bathroom. Photo essay - innovative English theater with photographs by Lord Snowdon. Science - the strange need for ‘dream' sleep. Education - the anti-university is the newest meeting place for young radicals. Books - seductive heroine of ‘Goldfinger' writes martial arts bestseller, "Honor Blackman's Book of Self-Defense" Fashion: paste-on skin decals, painted skin decorations. Two page color "win a carload of oranges" ad for Sunkist...overhead view of oranges strewn across a lawn.
Very Good
- $30 buy now
Good - $20 buy now
Fair
(All Good, nice, but has minor margin water mark and rolled at spine) - $9 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine May 27, 1966Life Magazine May 27, 1966 : Cover - Dancers at "The World" discotheque.

New Madness at the disco. Inside defiant Rhodesia. Manhunt at Shade Gap for kidnapper and alleged sniper William Hollenbaugh. Full page color Foster Grant ad featuring Elk Sommers. David Brower - California's conservationist. Vest-pocket sized rocket pistol the the Russians tried to buy - Mark I Gyrojet. Tourism in Yugoslavia. New "balloon" technique to save a baby with a defective heart. Milton Shapp wins Democratic primary in Pennsylvania. Allen Ginsberg comes to Kansas. Funny photo of fisherman Per Noren about to fall off back of boat in Sweden. Did you know Tonka also made barbeques? Full page Tonka Firebowl ad, dad at the barby and son with his toy truck.
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life
                         Magazine June 3, 1966Life Magazine June 3, 1966 : Cover - The Romans, Part V : The Caesars, Madmen, Statesmen and Saints.

TV review - "The Dick Van Dyke Show" quits while it's ahead. Vietnam : rebellion shot down in Danang, evacuation of an entire village by boat. Fashion: the rise of the Fall, Glamour magazine's best-dressed college girl contest model attached lengths of extra hair, Sandra Oliver, Louise Woods, Alexandra Hawkey, Suzane Boice. Close-up - California political counselor Hal Evry. Education - Millard G. Roberts, president of Parsons College and the wizard of flunk-out u. White House Conference on Civil Rights. Music - electric guitars, teen-age combos, and ‘money music'. Elegant two page color ad for Lady Scott tissues in stylish patterns and colors on gold toned paper holders.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine June 
                    10, 1966Life Magazine June 10, 1966 : Cover - Elizabeth Taylor in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?".

Part II on the new Negro crisis as extremists plan a ghetto war in a plot to get ‘whitey'. Full page Bell System telephone ad touts Touch-tone service, new products in development: not yet known as call-forwarding, three-way calling, hold, and Picturephone! Moon rocket Saturn V, assembled in its own skyscraper moves to its launch pad. Meanwhile, Surveyor scouts the moon's landscape. J.J. Moon is King of the Surf in California, or is he? Close-up of Doug Sanders who wins at golf, girls, and living. French singer Mireille Mathieu reminds listeners of Edith Piaf. Medicine - "wet" psychotherapy sends patients back to the womb in a pool. The Romans, Part VI : Life in the capital, illustrations by Domenico Gnoli. Eye-catching swimwear. Guyana gains independence from England. Back cover color Coca-Cola ad, blond twins on tandem bicycle.
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine June 17, 1966Life Magazine June 17, 1966 : Fold-out cover - Angela Lansbury whoops it up as Mame.

Auntie Mame's newest exploit - a musical smash. Romans - Part 7. This is not your modern Harley-Davidson, full page color H-D ad promotes the bright red, 50cc Sportcycle for the In Crowd. Advice to Lady Golfers - Get Lost! - by Marshall Smith. Hiking into his native Mississippi to urge his fellow Negroes to vote, James Meredith is shot in a roadside ambush. Flight of Gemini 9. Mollie Parnis has fashion designs on three First Ladies. A Lunar vehicle's down-to-earth use - for crippled children, Bobby Nagel takes a beach stroll in a Moonwalker. Great photo in Great dinners series: silver soup tureen surrounded by stacks of white eggs and bright yellow lemons. Egypt's Aswan Dam thunders toward completion. Two page color Frigidaire ad adds Matador Red, Biscayne Blue, and Autumn Haze to its color choices for modern kitchen appliances.
Good - $10 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 
                    June 24, 1966Life Magazine June 24, 1966 : Cover - Doctors and the prescription scandal.

Mid-air collision of experimental superbomber, the XB-70, kills two of America's best test pilots and sets back space program. Full page color ad for "The Glass Bottom Boat," with Doris Day, Arthur Godfrey and more. The beginning of Miranda rights, U.S. Supreme Court reverses conviction of rapist Ernesto Miranda because he was not advised of his right to silence before confession. Close-up of Dr. William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the researchers who wrote "Human Sexual Response". Profile of singer Nancy Wilson. Restless Catholic priests challenge the church. Bolshoi tours US with a ballerina named "Immortal". Ideas in Houses - Part 16 : a tree dwelling, half cave and half treehouse. Cute photo of black bear inside a trash can in Yellowstone. Centerfold color Smirnoff vodka ad includes Woody Allen and Julie Newmar among other celebrities.
Good - $10 buy now

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Life Magazine 
                    July 1, 1966Life Magazine July 1, 1966 : Cover - Latest lunar landscape report - with photos - from Surveyor.

Part 1 of a two-part profile of the state of Texas. Full page color Tang ad with Gemini spacecraft... you know you loved it, too. Political and economic reforms in the aftermath of the violent overthrow of the Indonesian Communist Party. Close-up of industrialist Sol Myron Linowitz, chief executive officer of Xerox International, and potential Democratic candidate for governor of New York. Profile of British actress Vanessa Redgrave. Comedian Ed Wynn dies at 79 - after 64 years in show business. Cute photo of 7-week-old dachshund with helium balloon attached enjoying New York Central Park. Full page color Heublein Martini ad with Jack Palance at the helm. Bright and bold full page color Squirt ad with drink in front of Sonoran Desert sunset. 1.0
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                    July 8, 1966Life Magazine July 8, 1966 : Cover - Italian actress Claudia Cardinale takes a desert bath on location in Nevada while filming "The Professionals".

Whenever you need a lift, get your hair done, full page Clairol ad suggests a new 'do will send you flying! De Gaulle demands that NATO leave French soil and tours Russia. Close-up of Frances Knight, "Ogress" of the US Passport Office. Part II of profile on state of Texas opens with big photo of the smiling Rangerette drill team from Kilgore college, and a funny little picture of pianist Van Cliburn conducting ducks. Profile of Hank Bauer, tough manager of the Baltimore Orioles, and their quest to win the pennant. Captain William Carpenter calls for an air strike down on himself and his men during battle in Vietnam and is recommended for the Medal of Honor. Cute photo of an elephant beating out a mouse by the nose for a morsel of food. Full page color ad narrates the daring-do of a man who uses Vaseline Hair Tonic. 1.0
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Life Magazine July 
                    15, 1966Life Magazine July 15, 1966 : Cover - Young Lions - Watts riots, double story.

Photo essay on the bombing of Hanoi. Kennedy Peace Forest photo, Sporting show for Henley and Harvard - fun along the Thames River. Burn Baby Burn - the Watts riots by Jerry Cohen and William S Murphy. Photos - Morris Samuel Franklin Alexander, Morgan Moten, Opal Jones, Monk Williams, Malcolm X, Ron Karenga. Beetorusu in Japan. Full page color photo of Robert F. Kennedy kayaking down Idaho's "River of No Return". Rare takin in Bronx Zoo and pandas in London from China and Russia, pandas Chi Chi and An An meet. The Beetles visit Japan, color photos of Za Beetorusu. Back page photo - German Shepard Heidi drives a Mustang in Connecticut. Do you know who "discovered" pineapple? Full page color Del Monte ad does.
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Life Magazine 
                    July 22, 1966Life Magazine July 22, 1966 : Cover - Pregnancy and birth : photo of Richard Falk at the age of one second, photo story by Lennart Nilsson.

Inside cover, multi-page foldout ad for Clairol haircolor. Movie review of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". Two unrelated Communist spy plots to infiltrate two government departments revealed. Interview of accused spy retired Army Lt. Colonel William Henry Whalen. Close-up of actor Alan Arkin. French free diver, Jacques Mayol, reaches a record depth of 198 feet. Photo of a coelacanth - the oldest known living vertebrate and first specimen ever to be photographed alive. Death and suspense on an alpine cable car, cableway over Geant Glacier in the French Alps breaks, killing a passenger and a skier below. Profile of poet James Dickey. Centerfold color I. W. Harper Bourbon ad includes flags of the 45 (out of 110) countries where the liquor is enjoyed. Bold and colorful full page Martex Towel ad, model wearing several bright towels around her head.
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- $10 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine July 29, 1966Life Magazine July 29, 1966 : Cover - Murder of eight Chicago nurses by Richard Speck.

American revival of interest in handcrafts : weaving, pottery, metalworking, woodworking, and glassware. Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra married in a whirlwind."The loneliest place in the world is anywhere a lady gets a flat tire," two page Goodyear tire ad. Disturbing experiment in medical science, a monkey fetus grown in an artificial womb, but still attached to mother by umbilical chord. Longbeach Polytech baseball coach uses strange devices to build winning teams: ropes tied to feet, sliding home with full drinking glasses, and an odd-shaped bat. Close-up of Barbara Howar, Washington's No. 1 swinging socialite. Profile of singer Ray Charles' comeback. "Glue-it-yourself" dress, and snap-off strip-by-strip shift We're not yet out of the pink, full page  Pillsbury party cake in Cherry Pink, with frosting and models looking rosy, too. 1.0
Very Good - $23 buy now
Good - $13 buy now
Fair
(Generally Good, but has note on cover and minor water marked margin) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    August 5, 1966Life Magazine August 5, 1966 : Cover - Man's highest photos of Earth taken during Gemini 10's near-perfect mission.

Concern about growing clutter of space trash. Progress toward space law. Half-page "Keep America Beautiful" with picture of Louis Nye-The Cleanup Man." Is it really a picture of the long-missing Mao Tse-tung swimming in the Yangzte? Profile of President Jomo Kenyatta of the newly-independent nation of Kenya. Profile of 13-year-old Tom O'Hare guerilla fighter who helps his father, a Korean veteran and master sargeant in the Air Force reserve, train Vietnam-bound troops. Excerpts of Thomas Merton's new book, "Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander" to be published by Doubleday in November. Ideas in Houses - round home moored to a hill in Boulder, Colorado. Full page color ad introduces the Dixie cup dispenser.
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                    12, 1966Life Magazine August 12, 1966 : Cover - Charles J. Whitman's murder rampage at the University of Texas.

Close-up of Dr. Eric Berne, best-selling author of "Games People Play". Full page color ad for Schlitz Malt Liquor features smiling snowman so you'll know to drink it cold. Kinetic art - growing popularity of sculptures in motion, great color photos. President Johnson's "credibility gap" widens in Massillon, Ohio. Pfc. Herm Wertz Jr. is first Vietnam casualty for the town of Massilon, Ohio, feature story about personal cost of war and a profile of the small city. British novelist Pamela Hansford Johnson explores the causes of the growth of personal violence. Wildlife officials splash through the Everglades to rescue deer stranded by flood. Two page photo of a multi-ingredient herring salad with anchovies, veal, beets, and more in "Great Dinners" series, hungry yet? Full page color Wonder Bread and Hostess Fruit Pies ad. 1.0
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                    19, 1966Life Magazine August 19, 1966 : Cover - In color wedding photos of Luci Johnson.

President Johnson's younger daughter) and Pat Nugent, just a "small" affair, with 12 attendants each and plethora of pink. Two page ad for Oldsmobile Miss America Sweepstakes has black and white portraits of all the competitors. Special Report - Reverend Ian Paisley leads an anti-Catholic crusade in Northern Ireland. Full page photo of Jordan's King Hussein in swimsuit and parasail in Cannes. Norway's fabulous private salmon fishing rivers. The rise of teen dance clubs. Medicine - new hands and arms muscled by myoelectric motors for amputees and thalidomide victims. Profile - best-selling author Jacqueline Susann. Great centerfold color Volkswagen ad with an elephant "almost" inside a red Volkswagen Station Wagon. Full page color AT&T ad, father and son at Lincoln Memorial, promotes use of area codes to dial your own long distance calls. Back cover Coca-Cola ad is scrumptious-looking close-up of a Coke float.
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                    August 26, 1966Life Magazine August 26, 1966 : Cover - Strike fever and the public : unions vs. labor-management.

Demise of the New York "Herald Tribune", founded in 1841 by Horace Greeley. The drive for territory, Part 1 of a 2-part series by author Robert Ardrey ("African Genesis"). Close-up - Dr. James Lee Goddard, Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration. Movies - profile of Raquel Welch and her first film, "Fantastic Voyage". Youth invasion of the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, California. Six-day rescue of two German climbers on Mont Blanc's Dru Needle. England triumphs over West Germany to win the Soccer's World Cup. Cute photo of a British Columbia rowing crew caught in a carpet of water lilies.
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                    September 2, 1966Life Magazine September 2, 1966 : Cover - First color pictures of the fall fashions from Paris.

Author Jonathan Daniels explores F.D.R.'s secret romance with Lucy Mercer Rutherfurd in "The Time Between the Wars". Full page color ad for Wink soda from Canada Dry, racing, checkered flag theme. L.B.J. travels the US to rally his supporters for the fall elections. Close-up of Japanese author Yukio Mishima. Travel - European castle hotels attract "castellophiles". Sports - nine world records fall at National A.A.U. swimming meet in Lincoln, Nebraska. Man is a territorial animal asserts author Robert Ardrey in Part 2 of this 2-part series adapted from his new book, "The Territorial Imperative". Pop-art makes the leap to fashion with bright, bold shapes from Paris, but nostalgia still has a place as well. Half page ad for the admiral "Instant Play" television, no warm-up, and wireless remote control. 1.0
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                    9, 1966Life Magazine September 9, 1966 : Cover - LSD and psychedelic art, with Psychedelic artist Richard Aldcroft.

The booming US economy and spiraling inflation. Full page color Best Foods Mayonnaise ad with "around the world" recipes for sandwich spreads. Twin weddings of twin sisters Joan and Jane Silvia marrying twin brothers Antone and Robert Benevides. Feature on current LSD inspired artworks. Close-up - editor and founder of "Surfer Magazine", John Severson. Vietnam - the air war. Encounter between photographer-author Gordon Parks and Muhammad Ali. Roman princess Lucian Pignatelli makes her debut as a fashion designer. Full page GM ad shows the grill and front tires only of the brand new Camaro, coming out in 3 weeks!
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                    September 16, 1966Life Magazine September 16, 1966 : Cover - Oh-la-la Sophia Loren in lingerie as photographed by Eisenstaedt.

A great photographer's finest pictures - the face of our time - by Alfred Eisenstaedt. Goofy 5-page Beautyrest mattress ad narrates the woes of lovebirds with too little bed space. Verwoerd, ruthless "Apostle of Apartheid," assassinated in South Africa. Cambodia gives DeGaulle a gilded platform. Hubert Humphrey. The revival of "Show Boat" with Constance Towers singing "Bill." Small photo of John Lennon making a movie sporting a haircut and glasses. Barnaby Keeney - Humanities' spokesman in Washington. Earthquake in Turkey. Splendor of Stanford White - landmarks of the architect. Life goes on and on and on for the fabled centenarians of Azerbaijan - 161 years old and going strong. Ann Corio at the Burleyque. Two page color General foods ad of family on football field, with "Actual NFL Team Training Table Menu" that includes Tang and Nabisco Cereals.
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                         Magazine September 23, 1966Life Magazine September 23, 1966 : Cover - Fold-out photo of a Chinese Imperial magistrate and his personal guards.

A new series : China, Part I of a III-part series, including the Opium Wars, the Boxer Rebellion, and Mao's rise. Cute full page Hydrox Cookies ad with little girl drawing "millions" of people to invite for dinner and cookies. Vietnam - an election to create a constituent assembly to draft a new constitution. Close-up of author Euell Gibbons, proponent of natural foods. Sports - injuries plague the baseball world champion Los Angeles Dodgers, Sandy Koufax, Maury Wills, more. Ideas in Houses - all-weather living in a villa built near Ross, California. Geoffrey Beene, med school dropout turned designer, wins his second Coty award. Funny photo of a baby elephant appearing to chomp on a boy's foot. Two page color (mostly red) Special K ad with black panther and sleek woman in black swimsuit.
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                    September 30, 1966Life Magazine September 30, 1966 : Cover - Fold-out photo of Rex Harrison as Dr. Dolittle.

Inside cover three page image of new Ford LTD, other new models for 1967. China : Part II of a III-part series, Revolution and the War Lords. Opening of the new Metropolitan Opera in Lincoln Center in New York, glitz and glamour. Close-up of noted British novelist Rebecca West and her upcoming book, "The Birds Fall Down". Science - new electronic devices demonstrated by M.I.T.'s Sensory Aids Evaluation and Development Center to aid the blind. Music - introduction of The Mamas and the Papas. Space - Gemini 11 photos of the Earth from 850 miles up. Profile of sea explorer Willard Bascom. Visit - Philippine President and Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos visit Washington. Funny photo of a man washing his car in a flooded street. Lots of new model car ads this issue.
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                    Magazine October 7, 1966Life Magazine October 7, 1966 : Fold-out cover - Ian Fleming in Bentley convertible.

Alias James Bond - the real story of Ian Fleming, article has nice photo of Fleming and Sean Connery. See also Life en Español December 6, 1966 for same cover photo. Inside front cover three page Chevy Camaro ad in red. China Part 3 - Mao takes over. Today's Red guards. New Whitney Museum. Are girl athletes really girls, furor over sex inspections for female contestants at track and field championships in Budapest. Greek city planner Constantinos Doxiadis. Cocoon of air for shock victims. Opening of new Whitney Museum of American Art building by architect Marcel Breuer. Full page Maytag washer and dryer ad features the Michuda family of Palatine, illinois, and their 12 children.
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                    October 14, 1966Life Magazine October 14, 1966 : Fold-out cover - Very muddy picture of Green Bay Packer's Jim Taylor being wrestled to a halt by Cleveland Browns Vince Costello.

Controlled violence of the Football Pros - color feature. Full page color Armour Franks ad offers free "tweet" for Halloween, child in witch costume blows whistle included in packages. Ian Fleming Part 2 - James Bond is born. Ronald Reagan vs. Pat Brown in California's race for governor. War over "Goose-use" at Wisconsin game preserve - Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. Piet Hein - Denmark's scientist-poet. Chemical code of the growth hormone. Vietcong mortar shell inside a living soldier. 400 pound Jocelyn Lagarde makes film debut as Malama in Michener's "Hawaii." Triple rediscovery of Rubens. Chevy vs. Ford. Georgia congressman Charles Weltner quits his campaign rather than support a racist. Joyce Hoffman is again world's champion girl surfer, article includes tandem surfing champions Preston (Pete) Peterson and Barrie Algaw, others. David McCallum, the man from U.N.C.L.E. promotes US Savings Bonds in half page ad.
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                         Magazine October 21, 1966Life Magazine October 21, 1966 : Cover - Author Anne Morrow Lindbergh describes her experiences in East Africa.

Impact of Supreme Court rulings in the Escobedo and Miranda cases hits courts, police, and the public. Birds Eye sweepstakes ad offers your favorite NFL player for a day as part of the Grand Prize. Close-up of master chef Julia Child. Space - high balloon hoist to test a Mars parachute. Churches turn to show biz for pointers on attracting parishioners. Business - Ford develops a new high-efficiency battery for electric cars. Profile of Greek King Constantine. Special Report - McDonald Corporation's Hamburger University. Movies - profile of actor Michael Caine. Sports - will proposed NFL-AFL pro football merger make Florida quarterback Steve Spurrier, nation's Number 1 draft choice, lose a million dollars? Charlie Chaplin with a broken ankle. Bob Hope's likeness in progress by sculptor Robert Berks. Cute photo of a little boy holding up a reconstructed dinosaur with a toy rifle. Full page General Electric ad offers free Batman "Batmask" for Halloween at local GE TV dealers.
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                    October 28, 1966Life Magazine October 28, 1966 : Cover - Vietnam : Marines' crucial battle to block North Vietnamese invasion of DMZ (Demilitarized Zone).

Close-up of playwrite Peter Weiss.Full page Huffy bicycle ad shows new models based on dragsters. $50 billion battle between Lockheed and Boeing in the race to build a supersonic airliner, getting ready for the Concorde. President's historic first-ever stop at American Samoa. Ostrich feathers and peacock plumes feather high fashion. 3-year-old twins, one sighted, one blind learn to navigate the world. Opening of the Los Angeles museum of art. Movies - making of "Grand Prix". Funny photo of Calvert Boyden, who appears to be sending up a geyser of water through his pipe. Centerfold color RCA ad for the new Victor Mark I Color TV.
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                         Magazine November 4, 1966Life Magazine November 4, 1966 : Cover - Lyndon Johnson at Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam.

With General Westmoreland and three servicemen (Minucci, Cadg? and ?) President's visit to South Vietnam. Full page color Zale's jewelry ad starring Raggedy Ann. Seven-nation summit meeting in Manila, Mrs. Marcos in pink. High school guidance counselor Homer Gammons reflects on his profession. When Marilyn Monroe was Norma Jean - Poignant pictures, newly found, of the girl behind the Monroe myth. Denver's Mrs. Paul West leads rebellion against supermarkets' high food prices. A look at what's at stake in off-year elections. Disaster in Green Aberfan, welsh mining town - immense river of coal sludge kills most of the town's children. John Updike. Mod-patterned mink the next big fashion thing. Funny photo of a man buying flowers as flower-cart donkey eats them behind his back. Two page ad for the upcoming NBC television line-up: Peter Ustinov, Jason Robards, others.
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                         Magazine November 11, 1966Life Magazine November 11, 1966 : Cover - French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo.

Movie review - "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum". Full page United Airlines ad about capabilities of stewardesses, who on average only last 21 months before they leave to get married, claims United "invented" stewardesses in 1930. President and Mrs. Johnson in Thailand. Cult - Dr. Leary's psychedelic road show. 90th birthday celebration for cellist Pablo Casals. Close-up of society columnist Aileen Mehle (aka Suzy Knickerbocker). Vietnam - profile of General Westmoreland. Chicago fashions. Nature - panda Chi-Chi rejects An-An, but loves men. The full story of the mid-air collision that destroyed the experimental triple-sonic XB-70 jet. Funny photo of "the truck that couldn't" - get under the overpass, that is. Full page Super Stripe toothpaste ad.
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                    Magazine November 18, 1966Life Magazine November 18, 1966 : Cover - Robert Kennedy, what is he up to?

Featured in several articles. CATV tower - antenna in Greenport, New York and the dawn of Community Antenna Television... cable! Full page smirnoff ad with Sid Caesar in top hat hanging from construction site. Georgy brings fame to Lynn Redgrave. Riding the wind in a hot-air balloon. Assault on Leukemia, using monkeys to breed an "indicator," an animal susceptible to the disease. Floods in Florence Italy, art treasures destroyed. Shaggy dog (Afghan hounds) racing. Bold and simple full page color Teacher's Scotch ad, yellow ice-fishing tent on a frozen lake. NOTE : A small central insert, "Lively Life barguide for mixing drinks" counts as pages 75-86. It is not always present, ask ahead of time if you need it.
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                    November 25, 1966Life Magazine November 25, 1966 : Cover - Photo of frame 230 from film of President Kennedy's assassination.

Texas Governor Connally, who was wounded during President Kennedy's assassination, reviews the film taken by Abraham Zapruder. The controversial Warren Report. Six page color ad of Mattel toys, including Thingmakers, Barbie, Francie and Tutti, See-and-Day, others. Close-up of hairdresser George Masters. Education - Sweden's teacher strike, kids carry on without them. Profile - the traditional family of Levi Smith, part I of a IV-part series. Television - Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" directed by Jonathan Miller, with Peter Sellers and Sir Michael Redgrave. Fire onboard aircraft carrier USS Oriskany. Striking photo of whale Makapuu leaping toward trainers at Hawaii's Sea Life Park. Throwaway paper dresses. Cute photo of a 35-pound boy posing with a 70-pound turkey.
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Life Magazine December 2, 1966Life Magazine December 2, 1966 : Cover - Actress Melina Mercouri stars in "Never on Sunday" on Broadway.

Christmas ad time, two page color ad announces the first electric portable typewriters by Smith-Corona. Movie review - "Fahrenheit 451" directed by Francois Truffaut. International engineering group races the rising Nile to move the temples and colossi of Pharoah Ramses II. Gemini's last mission - next goal : the moon. Sports - Notre Dame vs. Michigan State football game. Redesigning US hospitals. Profile - the traditional family of Levi Smith, part II of a IV-part series. Satirical computer at Honeywell called "Foreget-me-Not." Centerfold color General Electric ad for their family-gift parade products. Full page color Ford Fairlane ad with skier and sledders.
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December 6, 1966</span> - (Spanish Language Version)Life en Español December 6, 1966 - (Spanish Language Version) : Cover - Ian Fleming (author of James Bond 007 series).

This is the same photo as on the cover of LIFE October 7, 1966, except the Spanish version is not a fold-out cover. Alias James Bond, la verdadera historia de Ian Fleming. Reportaje especial - Johnson en Asia. La era del transporte supersonico. En cada casa un Gaeno - está muy arraigada en Mexico la costumbre de automedicarse. Desastres en dos continentes - un alud en Aberfan, Wales (mud flow), un incendio en Quibdo, Colombia. Mexico, meca deportiva (sports - running, bicycle racing, golf, more). Control de la natalidad. Leopolodo Heitor, el nuevo Hombre de Rio. Mellizos (twins), Lee Y Jeff Rubenstein de Los Angeles, one sighted, one blind. Mas. Neat ads, too. Some of these article appear in English in the October 28 and November 4, 1966 issues. Almost never found.
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                    December 9, 1966Life Magazine December 9, 1966 : Cover - The Vietnam Draft, silhouettes of men against yellow background.

Critical exploration of the Selective Service System, how the draft is dodged. Two-page ad in red, white and blue of the Budweiser label, that's all, just the label. Close-up of moviemaker Dino De Laurentiis. Profile - the traditional family of Levi Smith, part III of a IV-part series. Books - John Scopes writes a memoir, "Center of the Storm" about the evolution trial. Photo of Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and other former tenants of the White House, including the granddaughter of Ulysses S. Grant. Adventure - Beleaguered US Congressman Adam Clayton Powell at his Bimini retreat. Two page photo of the moon's surface from Lunar-Orbiter II. Writer Truman Capote throws a masked ball. Special Report/Eastern Europe : Update of conditions behind the Iron Curtain. Ideas in Houses - Circular wooden house in Bolinas, California. Cute photo of a white poodle sticking his head out of a voting booth while his mistress votes. Two page color RCA ad with Disney characters in front of enchanted castle and Walt Disney reading to two girls on the TV.
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                    December 16, 1966Life Magazine December 16, 1966 : Cover - Gaddi's "Last Supper" being restored after Italy's floods.

Close-up of University of California Berkeley's new chancellor, Roger Heyns. Full page color ad for Dymo labelmaker... put them on your glasses, your butterfly collection, your recipe box! Profile - the traditional family of Levi Smith, part IV of a IV-part series. Special Report - The English "swinging scene". Photo of Jackie Kennedy in short skirt which prompted kudos from "Women's Wear Daily". Sports - Clint Murchison's Dallas Cowboys football team. Using empty beer cans to determine the shape of explosive fireballs. Profile - Robert West tells how he survived Pearl Harbor. Theater - Barbara Harris on Broadway in "The Apple Tree". Funny photo of a German shepherd trying to cut in when a dad and daughter waltz by the Christmas tree.
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                    23, 1966Life Magazine December 23, 1966 : Cover - Special 30th anniversary double issue on photography.

Optical devices found in nature. New art of photography born in France. Civil War photos. Great minimalist full page Kodak ad, simple film box at bottom of page, "what's life without pictures?". Photographing the beauty of the nude. Photographer Carl Mydans' essay on how you should take pictures. Photo essay - the world of amateur photography. The uses of modern photography. New photographic techniques to see beyond human sight. Hugh Moffett, an assistant managing editor of "Life", writes a personal tribute to photographers he has known for 35 years. Photo essay - the power of seeing, wide variety of dramatic photos from around the world.
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