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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.
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Life Magazine 1967 Special Edition - Israel's Swift VictoryLife Magazine 1967 Special Edition - Israel's Swift Victory.

This issue was available only at newsstands, not mailed to subscribers. No ads. It was published about the Six-day war, was printed sometime between June 30 and July 7. 98 illustrated pages about Israel, the Arab Israeli war, Nasser, and all aspects of this conflict. Build up of fervor, Jordan's eastern front, General Itshak Rabin meets with deputies in Tel Aviv. First morning's decisive strike. Patrols go into Gaza Strip. Photographer Paul Schutzer dies en route to Gaza Strip, last frames from his camera. Gulf of Aqaba. On to the river and Jerusalem. Arab Legionnaires caught, interrogated. USS Liberty is unexplained casualty. Damascus and Syria. Hazards of victory and the burden of defeat. Plight of Arab refugees. At the UN, Russia vs. Israel. Rejoicing over victory, weeping over the dead.
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Life Magazine 
                    January 6, 1967Life Magazine January 6, 1967 : Cover - A black leopard : part I of a new series : the great cats of Africa (16 pages of color photos).

Welsh town of Aberfan's grief for its dead children in a mine disaster. Close-up of the Navy's top handyman, Dr. William B. McLean. Sports - Rick Barry : basketball's newest box-office attraction. Obituary for gambler Nick the Greek. Sydney, Australia's new architecturally-innovative opera house. Movie review - "A Man for All Seasons" by Thomas More, with Robert Bolt and Orson Wells. Fancy party with Elsa Martinelli, Maria Callas, Sydney Chaplin, Ludmilla Tcherina. US leaders take to the Ski Slopes, photos of Robert Kennedy, Charles Percy, Defense Secretary McNamara, and John Lindsay. Back page, wonderful funny photo of telephone pole linemen training to climb. 1.0
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Life Magazine January 
                    13, 1967Life Magazine January 13, 1967 : Cover - US Navy patrols the Mekong River.

New US front in Vietnam War : Mekong Delta. Two page color ad for Ski Western America, good photos and 7 ski area descriptions. Television review - "Mission Impossible". The Senate : first Negro member since the Reconstruction - Republican Edward Brooke of Massachusetts. Close-up of poet Marianne Moore, with Allen Ginsberg, Yevgeny Yevushenko and Robert Lowell. Part II of the great cats of Africa : the cheetah, 12 page of color photos. Great art robbery of the Dulwich College Picture Gallery - rembrandt, Dou and Elsheimer stolen. Super Bowl special story - Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Green Bay Packers, great action and football player profile photos. Pete Rozelle, football commissioner profile, shown with Bart Starr and Rix Yard. "Cabaret" and "I Do, I Do" with Robert Preston and Mary Martin. Britain's Donald Campbell dies as he tries to break own world speed record on water as his "Bluebird" blows up. Spectacular Centerfold color Budweiser ad with eight Clydesdale horses pulling beer wagon. marines muster out on Telfair for a Mediterranean training cruise
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but spine is sunned) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine January 
                    20, 1967Life Magazine January 20, 1967 : Cover - Red Guards in Canton. China : Crisis in Mao Tse-tung's Red Guard and it's purge.

Nice reproduction of LBJ portrait by Peter Hurd - LBJ hates it! Close-up profile story of French actress Jeanne Moreau. Part III of the great cats of Africa : the majestic lion, 12 pages of color photos. Interesting fashion article on large tube of fabric that can be worn many ways, designed by Ferro Ettehadieh. Gian Lorenzo Bernini sculpture - done at 13 - discovered in Rome. Profile of Czech director Milos Forman and his new movie "Loves of a Blonde". Miscellany - funny photo of two fox hunters looking the wrong way as fox zooms past. Hilarious two page ad for International Paper Company, showing their best geek scientists. Good color ad for the American Motors Rebel 550 Sports Sedan.
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Life Magazine January 
                    27, 1967Life Magazine January 27, 1967 : Cover - Acapulco : bold and bare beachwear, ugly swimsuits with hot models.

Famous WWII war correspondent, Robert Sherrod, covers Vietnam. Close-up of the brothers Kantrowitz - Drs. Adrian and Arthur - one a doctor and one a physicist team up on innovative ways to heal the human heart. Profile of director Michelangelo Antonioni and his film, "Blow-Up". Computer as tutor : Linda Martin, age 6-1/2 listens to instruction from computer. Sports - Chuck Stearns, the fastest man on water skis - 119 mph. Great financial scandal - Yusif Bedas and Lebanon's Intra Bank collapse. Business - Lebanese financier Yusif Bedas and his huge Intro Bank goes bust in Beirut. Centerfold color Goodyear Tires ad with a photos of a variety of cars - starting with the 1913 Buick - that sport their tires. Miscellany - funny photo of six elephants lined up outside a pub waiting while their owner, Bob Roberts, slakes his thirst. Special ad for Foster Grant featuring July Christie.
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Life Magazine February 
                    3, 1967Life Magazine February 3, 1967 : This issue was printed with two different covers and lead stories :

COVER 1 : Bahamas resort from air with red dice (RARE). This cover appeared with lead story "Fantastic Mission to revoke death - body of California professor Dr. James H. Bedford has his body frozen for possible future revival - the first cryogenic internment, Cryonics Society of California. " OR the lead story on the death of the three astronauts. The lead story was apparently changed before the cover. I've noted any that have the Bedford story.
COVER 2 : Apollo astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee talking over their flight plan, with lead story on death of three astronauts in burning capsule.
Other content is the same : Close-up of 17-year-old model Twiggy. Profile of the late minimalist artist Ad Reinhardt. Scandal in the Bahamas - an island paradise corrupted by graft, greed, and US gangsters. Reporter Michele Ray reportedly a captive of the Vietcong. After President Johnson awarded him the Distinguished Service Cross, Sgt. Charles B. Morris returns home to Galax, Virginia and a rousing welcome. Miscellany - funny photo of men with their arms in strange positions - learning semaphore?, a choreographer with ballet members in hard hats?, a crew moving a sheet of glass? You decide. 1.0

Very Good (Three Astronauts Cover) - $40 buy now
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Good (BAHAMAS Cover)(Generally Very Good, but cover edges have a thin faded line) - $42 buy now
Fair (BAHAMAS Cover)(All Good, with faded cover edges) - $22 buy now

Life Magazine February 
                    10, 1967Life Magazine February 10, 1967 : Cover - Gus Grissom's caisson at Arlington.

After Apollo astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee died during a launch rehearsal. Neat two page Pan-Am ad with photo of Neuschwanstein castle. Photos and initial investigation on why the Apollo capsule ignited. Close-up of Commissioner of Education Harold Howe II, his teaching philosophy, shows him playing hockey, chopping wood and hiking in New Hampshire. Oklahoma-born Adelle Donen leads the US take-over of British social life. Medicine - Du Pont breakthrough drug, Symmetrel, that blocks viruses. Worst snow in Chicago's history - amazing photos of a city standing still. Adventure section - 11-year-old skydiver Danny Rutledge dies. Ideas in Houses - an Arizona hacienda with a view. Miscellany - cute photo of a turtle with a baby turtle on his head like a hat.
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Life Magazine February 
                    17, 1967Life Magazine February 17, 1967 : Cover - Photo of Ed Sanders, a leader of New York's other culture.

Fashion report - Norman Norell designs new outfits with big belts, for small waists. Two page ad for Clairol, showing women flying out of the beauty shop. Happenings : the worldwide underground of the arts creates the other culture. Russian poet Yevgeny Yevushenko writes of his visit to America. Close-up of criminal lawyer newcomer F. Lee Bailey, nice photo of his wife Wicki. Travel - the Greek island of Crete, photos by Sam Shaw. Iowa M.D., Dr. William Owen, volunteers in Vietnam small towns. Sports - UCLA basketball center Lew Alcindor gets new pants, length 51" by tailor Frank Cuda, photo of his girlfriend Jeri Haywood. Miscellany - funny photo of a VW trailering a replica of a mammoth.
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Life 
                    Magazine February 24, 1967Life Magazine February 24, 1967 : Fold-out cover - Elizabeth Taylor in "Taming of the Shrew."

Gang wars in Boston, Robert Palladino and 43 others are murdered, investigation story Richard B Stolley. Buddy McLeand and the McLaughlin brothers feud on the streets of Boston. Great photo of Raquel Welch at 24 in a mini skirt - gets married in Paris to Patrick Curtis. Burton analyzes Liz - "My nagging, scheming, seductive, honest wife." President's Crime Commission issues its findings in startling nationwide survey. Ad for Heublein Cocktails featuring movie star George Sanders. Samuel Rosenberg collects paper tickets from his travels. Color ad of woman on the beach wearing Warner's new Body-Do girdle and bra. James Rouse - messianic master builder of an instant city in Columbia Maryland. British artist Aubrey Beardsley makes large prints that models pose in front of for fashion designers including Donald Brooks, Halston, Adolfo and Elite. France's skier Jean-Claude Killy comes of age - great photos of him at Megeve and Wengen. Nice back page photos of two penguins with their babies.
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Life Magazine 
                    March 3, 1967Life Magazine March 3, 1967 : Cover - Color photo of a page from Leonardo da Vinci rediscovered notebooks.

Chrysler 300 ad featuring a fabulous parachuting couple, be someone special. Hero of science, Robert Oppenheimer and his time at Los Alamos. Close-up of actor Walter Matthau and his first leading role - A Guide for a Married Man. Part 1 of a new series on America : New England - photos by William Garnett, Very cool photo of Cobbosseecontee Lake in Maine. Nature - rare black eagles (Verreaux) from South Africa, photos by Jeanne Cowden. Michigan Governor Romney campaigning for the Presidency - but not officially - photos of him riding dogsleds. Will of long-vanished Arizona miner James Kidd sets off a legal dispute regarding the human soul. Medicine - skin cancer ointment that can be applied at home by Dr. Edmund Klein. Very good Foster Grant clip-on sunglasses ad featuring six photos of Woody Allen. Fashion Baroness Fiona Thyssen shows of Dior Designer Marc Bohan's work. Miscellany - funny photo of "a house divided" - one-half of duplex that remains in the front yard of a new 31-story apartment tower.
Good - $15 buy now
Fair (Generally Very Good, but has very faint spine water mark) - $8 buy now

Life Magazine March 
                    10, 1967Life Magazine March 10, 1967 : Cover - US paratroopers in mid-air over Vietnam in "Battle Jump".

Obituary of "Life" magazine editor Henry R. Luce (1898-1967) photos and story of his life and career, by John K Jessup. Diet Rite Cola ad featuring Jazz musician Paul Horn. Close-up of Austrian-born businessman Charles Bluhdorn who touts corporate diversification and "conglomerates". Broadway play review - Lynn Redgrave in Black Comedy. My favorite ad - the Volkswagon bug really floats, and here is the photo to prove it. Medicine - cystic fibrosis patients breath easier using the new ultrasonic nebulizer (photo of 2-1/2 year old cf patient Maria Kazlauskas). Part 2 of "To see America" series : New York - spectacular photos by John Leongard. 10 page Profile of actor Charles Chaplin, interview by RIchard Meryman. Super illustrated color ad for Triumph motorcycles. Archaeology - 250 - year-old Spanish treasure salvaged by Kip Wagner from the sea off Florida is auctioned in New York. New fashion report from Paris by designer Galanos. Miscellany - funny photo of a Spanish matador shaking his cape at a rabbit.
Good - $20 buy now

Life Magazine March 
                    17, 1967Life Magazine March 17, 1967 : Cover - Peanuts cartoon cover by Schultz. Charlie Brown and Snoopy, winners at last - the great Peanuts craze.

Clairol ad featuring hairdresser Enrico Caruso. Color ad for United featuring Sheri Woodruff - stewardess with four cups of coffee. Hoffa goes to jail in Lewisburg Pa  inmate number - 33298-NE - long story about his career with lots of photos. Happy new semi-states in the Caribbean - Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Lucia. John Fairchild, publisher of Women's Wear Daily, is a sly fox in fashion's chicken house. Multi page feature on the Shakers sect, their lifestyle, their furniture and and their people. "Mr. Brain Drain," William Douglass an American raider, makes off with England's scientists - Ray Woof, Michael Cusick, Jeff Bairstow. Neat ad for Chrysler Newport featuring a very early hang glider. The barefoot bag on Oregon State Campus, interesting psychological experiment in a class taught by Dr. Charles Goetzinger, a student in the class is completely shrouded, other students responses to him. Seven page feature article on Charles Schultz and how he created Charlie Brown and Snoopy.
Good - $78 buy now

Life Magazine March 
                    24, 1967Life Magazine March 24, 1967 : Cover - Easter in Jerusalem along the Via Dolorosa.

Defection of Stalin's daughter, Svetlana, with photos from her personal album. Neat L&M ad featuring dog sledding. Hilarious Bekins moving ad with old woman on her porch with a shotgun. Violence in post-election New Delhi India, gruesome photos. Newsfronts - profile of Black civil rights leader James Meredith and Congressional opponent Adam Clayton Powell. Close-up of longshoreman/writer Eric Hoffer. Funny ad from AT&T called Wife Preservers - makeup, telephone, lotion and false eyelashes. Shy Elizabeth Hartman stars in movies " A Patch of Blue" and "The Group". The spectacle of Easter in Jerusalem - great historic prints and new photos of people in holy places. Excerpt of Fred W. Friendly's book, "Due to Circumstances beyond Our Control…" with a photo of Friendly with Edward R. Murrow. Ideas in Houses - Vermont tree-house ski house, very cool, includes early indoor rock climbing wall. Centerfold color Volkswagen ad of a red Volkwagen Station Wagon with eight funny mistakes to find. Miscellany - cute photo of a baby lion sitting like a human in a rattan chair. This issue comes with two cover variations : Version 1 has the "Svetlana Stalin" title on the upper right corner of the front cover and the "Easter in Jersalem" tile halfway down the cover, Version 2 has the "Easter in Jerusalem" title in the upper right and no other title on the cover. All content is exactly the same. Please ask if you happen to have a preference for cover version.
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Life Magazine March 
                    31, 1967Life Magazine March 31, 1967 : Cover - Harvard University's Dr. Burton White's discoveries in infant aptitudes and early learning.

Uses and abuses of the US flag done by Marc Morrel, Audrey Sabol, Betty Linton, Wendy Worth. Dairy farmers in Caro MIchigan dump milk on the ground to protest milk prices. Close-up of Athenagoras I, Leader of Eastern Orthodoxy Christians, interesting photos of Orthodox rites. Sports - outfielder Mickey Mantle tries out first base three pages of photos of our favorite ball player. Movies - James Joyce's "Ulysses" starring Milo O'Shea, Barbara Jefford. Cool Shell Oil ad featuring winning cars at Sebring raceway. Animals - "Snowflake" the baby white gorilla, unique photos of a unique animal. Modern Living - Expo '67 exhibit : architect Safdie's pueblo,  a new and efficient style of modular construction along the St Lawrence River. Monsters of Morfee - interesting photo of weird shapes snow takes on a gale-swept mountain called Morfee in British Columbia. 1.0
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Life Magazine 
                    April 7, 1967Life Magazine April 7, 1967 : Cover - North Vietnam under siege photographed by American Lee Lockwood.

US Prisoners in North Vietnam, William A Robinson, Murphy Jones, Arthur Black, Joseph Crecca, Edward L. Hubbard. Betty Furness the Westinghouse Refrigerator lady. Close-up of President Johnson's newly-appointed consumer affairs adviser Betty Furness. Science - X-rays of mummy Ramses II cool photos show us what is inside. Mosfilm : U.S.S.R.'s super movie studio puts of epic films like War and Peace. Ernest and Margaret Medders live high on the hog in Texas thanks to Catholic Church loans. "Objectivists" - disciples of Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead" philosophy story by Jane Hamblin. Sports - profile of Pittsburgh Pirates manager Harry "The Hat" Walker. Profile of actress Patricia Neal after her stokes and coma. Colorful ad for McGregor clothing featuring golf fashions.
Fair (All Good, nice, but cover has mild smudging) - $12 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    14, 1967Life Magazine April 14, 1967 : Cover - Sharon Percy becomes Mrs. John D. Rockefeller IV.

Nice full page very red Ford Fairlane ad with golf theme. Two page Gambles mail order sale ad, get a lawnmower for $54.95. Britain threatened by oil slick from a stricken tanker Torrey Canyon 10 page story with photos. Aden : British soldiers try to keep the peace. Special Section : South America travel and culture, Punta del Este in Uruguay, Sao Paulo, Venezuela's Guri Dam. Movies - profile of Clint Eastwood, Rawhide, A Fistful of Dollars. Fashion - Twiggy's miniskirts, models, Bergdorf Goodman, Splendiferous, Galleria, Betsey Johnson. Sports - high-speed therapy on ski slopes for amputees (teacher : Jim Winthers, student : Richard Moralis). Profile of cellist Jacqueline du Pre. Nice Pan-Am ad featuring The Alcazar a castle in Segovia Spain. Good US Savings Bond ad featuring Chinook helicopter and troops in Da Nang. 22 year old Cello player Jacqueline du Pre in Concert photos. Humorous back page photos showing photos of people defying gravity. May or may not have the center pull-out ad pamphlet for Vantage watches - ask if you need it.
Very Good - $18 buy now
Good - $8 buy now
Fair (Generally Very Good, nice, but the tip of a corner shows puppy teeth marks in margin) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    21, 1967Life Magazine April 21, 1967 : Cover - Part 1 of a provocative new series : modern society's growing challenge : the struggle to be an individual.

Funny two page ad with nerdy cartoon guy getting really really happy after buying a new car, National Steel. Great Maytag washing machine ad featuring Mrs. Dubler and her family of 12. Bataan : then and now - survivors return 25 years later. Close-up of Heloise. Science - submarine shuttle bus. Physiology - pupillograph. Profile of basketball star Wilt Chamberlain, great photos and story of him on the court. Crime - Murf the Surf and Billy Cattano in Miami. Fashion - watches. Movies - David Niven in "Casino Royale" spoof of 007 movie. Apollo spacecraft fire. Centerfold color Ford ad featuring their exclusive talking Convenience Control Panel. Miscellany - funny photo of the lady (Ruth Singer) and tiger. Absolutely amazing photos of a flaming DC-8 in the air, and after landing, captain David C. Vaughter lands his flaming plane safely, photos by Larry Golsong. Ask Heloise profile, homemaking tips in 548 newspapers in 1967. Early article about Affluenza, the Problem of having too much to choose from by Bayard Hooper. Diet-Rite cola ad featuring the beautiful ballet dancer Tanya Morgan. Arnold Palmer in full page color ad for Bolens lawn tractors. Another low point in motorcycling history, the Harley Davidson M-65 motorcycle, half page color ad.
Good - $12 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    28, 1967Life Magazine April 28, 1967 : Cover - Minitrain emerges from US Pavilion at Montreal's Expo '67.

25-year reunion of Doolittle's Tokyo raiders. Very funny ad for Budweiser featuring Ed McMahon in a Budweiser suit. Close-up of new coalition Chancellor Kiesinger of West Germany. Part II of crisis of the individual series : the search for purpose. Special Report - Somoza in Nicaragua. Nature - US Senate committee considers California's embattled redwoods. Profile of director Woody Allen. Sports - profile of No. 1 matador El Cordobes. Reminiscence - former West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer dies at 91. Miscellany - funny photo of a catfish drinking from a baby bottle. Full page ad featuring student nurses and the Chrysler Simca. Large article, with lots of photos about the Montreal Expo, photos by Mark Kauffman and Michael Rougier. Funny Campbell's Soup Ad with chef Sam Sannicandro and a giant noodle. Two page color ad for Pan-Am featuring the Concorde jet and Boeing 747, good photos. Tufts University students and the Leonard Carmichael Society, photos and story.
Excellent - $32 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but cover has mild spot) - $8 buy now
Fair
(Generally Good, but has some water marked margins) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine May 5, 
                    1967Life Magazine May 5, 1967 : Cover - Mia Farrow - Mrs. Sinatra great profile story and many photos.

Homogenizing the Eskimo. Greek coup seen from a window. Photo of a smiling Cosmonaut Vladimir Komorav before is death on reentry. Tornado over Oak Lawn. Frustrating warfare of business - the problem of making work worthwhile. Stalin's daughter Svetlana arrives in the U.S. George Romney G.O.P. front runner for president. Ideas in Houses - Philip Farrar home near Pebble Beach, California - seaside fortress, very cool house with super location and views. Lyn Tornabene (36) successfully masquerades as a high school student to write a book about whether teens are different from what they were 20 years ago. Harley-Davidson ad for M-65 motorcycle. Beautiful original art by George Perlin for the De Beers Diamond. Feature article on Governor George Romney, Mitt Romney's father. Back page humor man feeds seal a fish, every day, and seal does not like it.
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Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but has address label scar) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    May 12, 1967Life Magazine May 12, 1967 : Cover - Truman Capote stands between actors who play killers in movie of his book.

"In Cold Blood" is filmed on scene of the crime - nightmare revisited in Holcomb, Kansas. Vehicular revolution - wild shapes and functions of new vehicles intended to carry more people faster, fantastic helicopter busses, super large planes, monorails. Barry Zorthian travels and does public relations work on Vietnam war. Out of slums into "instant homes" in 48 hours. Pro soccer's bumpy, multilingual U.S. kickoff. Oldest paintings in the Americas on the walls of a cave in Mexico - Olmecs. Nureyev and Fonteyn dance - the new ballet Paradise Lost at New York's Metropolitan Opera. Charlie Smathers drives 250 miles to catch trout, ad for United Airlines. Worldwide cuisine, great photo story on wild game, fish, fresh foods, cheeses and markets. My favorite ad for Foster Grant, color full page ad featuring six photos of Robert Goulet. Two page color ad for the Honda Trail 90 motorcycle. Interesting back page photo of man high jumping, angle of photo just shows his feet and hips, no head or arms.
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Good - $25 buy now
Fair
(Generally Very Good, but there is a thin edge water mark) - $12 buy now
Fair (All Good, but pages at back are water marked) - $9 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    May 19, 1967Life Magazine May 19, 1967 : Cover - Wally Schirra Apollo astronaut.

Mercury Cougar ad with Dan Gurney, racing champ. Harley-Davidson ad for the M-65. Amazingly politically incorrect Western Airlines ad featuring an Arab Sheik and his 20 or so wives. Astronaut training around the world, Mauna Loa, Key West. NIce profile of astronauts, Walt Cunningham, Donn Eisele. Up hill 881 with the Marines in Vietnam, scary photos by Cathy Leroy. Honda boss Soichiro Honda and his wife Sachi. Spring on farm by Burk Uzzle, lots of great traditional farming photos. Stokely Carmichael black power leader profile by Gordon Parks. Anouk Aimee - French actress in A Man and a Woman. Indiana U students by Gerald Moore - Dean Aulick, Robert Shaffer, Ken Abraham, Bill Riley, Tom Cannon, Ted Breckel. Jim Brown - football player turned actor. Fluidics - tubing and circuits for computers by Henry Groskinsky. Unusual photo, Brown bear looks in Pelican's mouth. Full page color ad for Heublin mixers with Gypsy Rose Lee. Sprite ad with cool illustration of Indy car.
Good - $22 buy now
Fair (All Good, but a few pages have a thin water mark) - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover is neatly loose from staples) - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    May 26, 1967Life Magazine May 26, 1967 : Cover - Marine General Lew Walt on Vietnam's hottest spot.

Great ad for CBS Radio with Walter Cronkite, Douglas Edwards, Dallas Townsend and Mike Wallace, good photo. Whirlpool ad featuring cartoon type illustration by Bill Mauldin. Profile of US Senator Edward Long of Missouri. Religion - millions hold vigil as Pope Paul visits Fatima in Italy. David Snell recounts how it feels to die. Cool Honeywell ad of pilot in his cockpit, Captain Art Bunting. Report on the east side of the German wall. Modern Living - freighter "Amaryllis" driven ashore near Florida's Singer Island resort. Profile of playwright Edward Albee, his new Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? Science - Italy scores an African space triumph with first launch from a sea-borne pad.. Centerfold color Budweiser ad with other beer caps used as poker chips. Miscellany - funny photo of Chita the chimpanzee holding unhappy baby Alan Kubler and drinking the baby's bottle. Horribly ugly steel outfit by Paco Rabanne.
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Life Magazine 
                    June 2, 1967Life Magazine June 2, 1967 : Cover - Cultural Red Guards demonstrate in Peking's Tien An Men Square.

Feature article by Violinist Ma Sitson and her escape from China. Mike Larkin flies to visit the ocean on United Airlines. De Beers ad with new art by William Rose. Close-up of Britain's liberal party leader Jeremy Thorpe. Architecture - St. Louis' Gateway Arch. Editor Hedley Donovan's report on Vietnam's progress, 3rd Squadron, 11th Armored Cavalry, GREAT photos, includes Kerry Nelson, James Stephens, William Heckler, James Yunker, others not named. Sports - Profile of Italy's middleweight boxer Nino Benvenuti. Miscellany - funny photo of two crates - with feet - crossing a road in London. Amazing photo essay on White Wolves on Baffin Island, Stan Wyman. Nice ad for Autolite ignition coil with Indy car photo. Fashion - plumage outfit by Dior, John Moore, Norman Norell, Emeric Partos, and George Halley. A small card insert for a Ford Motor Company Safe Driving Incentive Program is numbered as pages 11-12 : it is not always present, ask ahead of time if you need it.
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Fair (All Good, but has minor cover soil.) - $7 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine June 9, 1967Life Magazine June 9, 1967 : Cover - Sir Francis Chichester and the Gipsy Moth, sails singled handed around the world.

Two page full color ad for the Honda Trail 90. Kentucky Fried Chicken - take the Colonel on a Picnic - color ad with picture. The Action Intellectuals by Theodore White - Jerome Wiesner, Hans Mark, McGeorge Bundy, James Conant, Charles Hitch, James Tobin, Wilbur Cohen, Edward Mason, Kenneth Clark, Carl Kaysen, Walt Rostow, Daniel Moynihan, John Gardner, Kermit Gordon. Country singer Petula Clark - photos and profile - new single hit Downtown, Belgium home to NATO and SHAPE. Mr and Mrs Ambassador - Ellsworth and Carol Bunker. Bok Eung Lee breaks bricks with his head. The Gypsy Moth - 226 days to sail around the world, great photos and story. Cool two page ad for Goodyear tires featuring A.J. Foyt and his Indy car. Back page photo - Bok Eung Lee breaks bricks with his head.
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but minimal margin water marks. Cover is pale.) - $6 buy now

Life Magazine June 
                    16, 1967Life Magazine June 16, 1967 : Cover - Middle East war : advancing Israeli troops take Egyptian prisoners on the Gaza Strip.

Israel attacks on four fronts in a 60-hour war. Part II : Theodore H. White's Action-intellectuals. Profile of Paul Schutzer, a famous Israeli photographer, killed in action, great photo of Moshe Dayan. People - profile of former scoutmaster Hubert Humphrey. Middle East history - in 20 years there have been three Arab-Israeli wars. Close-up of British psychic Maurice Woodruff, the man with a third eye for the future. Medicine - radio pulses used to kill pain. Music - follow up profile of the Beatles by Thomas Thompson, includes an extremely nice full page color photo of the four Beatles with no words on it at all. Miscellany - funny photo of Paul Barton who appears (from the back) to be cuddling with his honey on a park bench - but wait! from the front it's his dog, Denza. Kids model funky shaped sunglasses. Richard Henry Lee and John Marshall and the ratification of the US Constitution. Nice full page color ad for LInde Stars jewelry. Full page color ad for Heublein Cocktail mixers features Jack Palance.
Good - $15 buy now
Poor (All Good, nice, but missing a strip from one page 23-4, affects Hugh Sidley column.) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine June 
                    23, 1967Life Magazine June 23, 1967 : Cover - Israeli soldier cools off in the Suez Canal.

Wrap-up of the Middle East War : Final Thrust into Syria as reported by Theodore H. White. Israeli attack of US communications vessel U.S.S. Liberty. Late photographer Paul Schutzer's final 23 frames from Middle East war. Close-up of beautician Erno Laszlo and his fight to remove wrinkles. Fashion - the short-cut pantsuit, worst fashion trend of 1967. Traveling through Europe via the inland waterway, very neat photos and map of canals that can take you all across Europe in comfort, 10 page travelogue. Jordan's defeated King Hussein. Part III of Action-Intellectuals series: Chartmakers for Our Demanding Future. Theater - Leslie Uggams on Broadway in "Hallelujah, Baby!". Miscellany - funny photo of giraffe-sitter Maureen Mordle waking up with her charges at the zoo in Plymouth, England.Very entertaining ad for Volkswagon Bus painted as a Zebra, and parked in front of Zebras. Full page ad for Julie Andrews new movie "Thoroughly Modern Millie"
Good - $16 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has minor cover soil.) - $8 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover is sunned along spine.) - $8 buy now

Life Magazine                      June 30, 1967Life Magazine June 30, 1967 : Cover - Kosygin at the United Nations summit in Glassboro.

In the Wake of the war - Kosygin at the U.N. summit. Full page Clairol Shampoo ad featuring hair dresser Gene Shacove. Great color ad for the Pontiac Grand Prix, with hand painted illustration. Sean Connery appears in an ad for Jim Beam bourbon, good picture of him. George Plimpton profile, plenty of photos and one with him and Patrick O'Neal. Melina Mercouri on Broadway in Never on Sunday, photos by Gordon Parks. Florence troubles and treasures - Clearing up after the flood, experts discover hidden art beneath Renaissance frescoes. Raanan Lurie - Israeli from soldier to artist. Noble zoo of the "Mad Marques" of Bath. Spencer Tracy. "No one called Me Nigger," a personal statement by Gilbert Moore. Ideas in Houses - Beach Palace - O'Toole house on Long Island. In Gaza, refugee roundup. Spencer Tracy and Stanley Kramer work on Mad, Mad World.
Life Magazine June 30, 1967 was printed with two different covers, content appears to be the same.

The Black and White cover shows Kosygin and Johnson with interpreter in Glassboro
Very Good with Black and White cover - $18 buy now
Good with Black and White cover - $10 buy now
Fair (All Very Good, but has a thin water mark in the upper margin) - $6 buy now

The Color cover shows Kosygin seated at the U.N. beside Gromyko.
Very Good with color cover - $25 buy now
Good with color cover - $15 buy now
Fair with color cover (Generally Good, but last 4 pages are rippled) - $9 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    July 7, 1967Life Magazine July 7, 1967 : Cover - President Johnson with his daughter, Luci, and new grandson Patrick Lyndon Nugent.

Two page color ad for Honda motorcycles, Trail 90, Honda 50, Sport 50, and Rally. Marijuana : the facts, myths, and hidden dangers six page exposé. Jordan's King Hussein from Jordan pleads case to U.N. General Assembly and President Johnson.Very funny looking photo of Maud Ann with the latest fashion accessory, the Moshe Dayan eye patch. Part 1 of a profile of US Coast Guard, 20 pages of amazing ocean rescue and weather photos. Two page Firestone ad featuring Parnelli Jones and his Indianapolis 500 race car. Millionaire Algur Hurtle Meadows duped into spending $1.5 million for fake paintings. Miscellany - funny photo of a dog up a tree and a cat on the ground below. 1.0
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Life Magazine July 
                    14, 1967Life Magazine July 14, 1967 : Cover - Princess Lee Radziwell - stage debut in Chicago in "The Philadelphia Story".

Half page ad for National Barbecue Month featuring Walter Jetton. Western Airlines International ad featuring "Flub-Stub". Revolution in film at Montreal's Expo 67 : movies that blitz the mind, six screens of bizarre movies. Photos of kidnapping of former Congo prime minister Moise Tshombe. Sports - great profile and photos of undefeated heavyweight Joe Frazier. Part 2 of a profile of US Coast Guard, spectacular photos of icebreakers, flood rescue, high angle rescue, great rescue stories. Military Affairs - Israeli pilot's photos of flight over Egypt very cool and unique photos. Amazing ad for Sony TVs, featuring a dozen nudists watching TV in a field...really. Half page color ad, a low point in Harley-Davidson history, the 125cc Rapido. A new kids park in New York, made from large plastic shapes. Musician Ma Sitson describes the destruction of China's intellectuals under Mao. Miscellany - funny photo of an English pointer, Thor, lolling in an inner tube on the water.
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine July 
                    21, 1967Life Magazine July 21, 1967 : Cover - Photo of abducted US official Gus Hertz with montagnard tribesmen in Viet Nam: the efforts to recover him from the Vietcong.

Cute ad for the Volkswagon Beetle, showing in appliances how much it cost, looks like a good value! David  Smith swims from Morocco to Gibraltar, pretty good for a hippy. Close-up of the Swiss White House chef Henry Haller. Mirage-style lingerie. Special Report : animals of East Africa. Science - voiceprints. Taufa'ahau Tupou IV, new king of Tonga. Profile of poet John Berryman Whiskey and Ink by Jane Howard. Modern Living - Atlanta new hotel, the Regency Hyatt House. Ballet - Fonteyn and Nureyev, from "Paradise Lost" to a San Francisco jail. Miscellany - funny photo of a train engine taking the middle road between forked tracks. Angela Landsbury prepares for her role in Mame on Broadway. Funny ad featuring a bald woman, drawn by O Glass for the Magazine Publishers Association. A small coupon card insert for Reef mouthwash counts as page 11-12 : it is not always present, ask ahead of time if you need it. 1.0
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Life Magazine July 
                    28, 1967Life Magazine July 28, 1967 : Cover - Gruesome photos of 12-year-old Joe Bass lies wounded in a Newark street a victim of police marksman.

NJ street during riot, interview with two Newark snipers. The killing of Billy Furr, while he loots a liquor store in Newark. Very nice color ad for the Honda trail 90 motorcycle, shows hip woman and nerdy boyfriend. Movie review - "In the Heat of the Night". Close-up of Unitarian President the Reverend Dr. Dana McLean Greeley. Half page Harley-Davidson motorcycle ad featuring the Rapido 125 (a low point in Harley motors history. Art - modern art by Ronald Blanden, Robert Morris, Sol LeWitt, Rochard Artschwager. Business - go-go stockmarket for penny stocks, traded young brokers and traders. Medicine - dilemma of Columbia University's new cigarette filter works better, but takes up more room, developed by Robert Louis Strickman. Profile of comedian Elaine May. Bus Mosbacher and America's Cup defender "Intrepid", first photos of their secret weapon keel and rudder. Miscellany - funny photo of an elephant with its trunk in its ear. 1.0
Good
- $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but lower tip of spine end is rough) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    August 4, 1967Life Magazine August 4, 1967 : Cover - Troops patrol a burning Detroit street.

Negro revolt - the flames spread, amazing photos of tanks, soldiers and lots of angry people, LeRoi Jones, Charles Kenyatta, Ron Karenga and H. Rap Brown. Profile of Paris novelist Jim Jones. Fashions for the under-21 crowd, even the most hip kid would not wear this stuff. Death at a house called No. 116 in Turkey - earthquake in Yuvalak Turkey. Carl Sandburg dies, life profile and several of his unknown poems. New York's Fred Feldman - Helicopter traffic reporter. John du Pont aims for Olympics pentathlon. The Pope Papa Viaggianti meets the Orthodox Patriarch Athenagoras in the Cathedral of St. George. Back page humor, Bonn Hall fishes from a crane suspending him over a river in Fort Wayne Indiana. 1.0
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(All Good, but has an address label scar) - $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 
                    August 11, 1967Life Magazine August 11, 1967 : Cover - U.S.S. Forrestal air craft carrier disaster - inferno at sea, CVA-59.

Nepal - photo essay. David Amram composer, works and plays with , Donna Darnell, Leonard Bernstein, George Barrow. Israeli tourists visit the Sinai for vacation. Aftermath in Detroit after riots. Rabies shots, and Richard B. Stolley's decision. Book : Gwyn Griffin's "An Operational Necessity." Movie : "Don't Look Back" with Bob Dylan. Psychedelia, Electric circus. A Sabbath in the Sinai for Israeli tourists. Nice full page color Nestle's chocolate ad. Photo of Rita Oldak, youngest woman to pass British barristers' exams. Photo of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger in court. Photos of men in mini-skirts. Fashion wet suits in prints. Nice photo essay on Nepal, includes tourists, local farm workers, Pokhara, Kathmandu, Kal Bhairab. Amazing aftermath photos of Detroit riot damage, Jerome Cavanaugh, William Hood Sr., Frank Robinson. Rabies shots, Charles LeBrun, Richard Stolley. Very ugly wetsuits with prints, checker patterns and polka dots. Back page humor, man paints a woman on a bench, she wears clothes, he paints her without. 1.0
Very Good - $36 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    August 18, 1967Life Magazine August 18, 1967 : Cover - Prussian-born fashion model Veruschka.

Photo essay - President Johnson tries to relax in Texas amid the nation's crises in the worst summer in modern times. Havana - 11-day Latin American Solidarity Organization conference with Castro,  and Jules Regis Debray. Political prisoner Frenchman Jules Regis Debray held captive in Bolivia. Close-up of India's sitar musician Ravi Shankar. Sports - Red Sox outfielder "Yaz" Yastrzemski. New rules for the singles game. Business - Kurt Einstein's "stress" interviews. Art - Elizabeth "Queen" Allen's patchwork pictures. Movies - six million dollar "Planet of the Apes", cool photos, including ones showing the makeup process for Maurice Evans. Miscellany - cute photo of a girl and a chimpanzee companionably eating ice cream cones. Funny ad, the new super duper Gleem toothpaste, Cleans Like Crazy, Tastes Like Great. 10 pages of amazing photos of super model Veruschka - very hot. Toni shampoo ad showing all of the 1967 Miss America contestants. Dating in 1967 , computers and stewardesses, Mike O'Harro, Denise Bradley, Frank Telfer, Kelly Smith, Randy McDowell. 1.0
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good
- $10 buy now
Fair
(Generally Good, but has cover crease at corner, 4 pages with margin water mark, loose section, nothing missing) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine August 
                    25, 1967Life Magazine August 25, 1967 : Cover - US Marine and Vietnamese boy return to Hoa Hiep after fishing.

Full page Maytag ad with Sherry Crookston, Mrs. Mack Evans Smith of Wallsburyg, Utah and her family. Combined Action Platoon of US Marines and South Vietnamese soldiers - "defend, befriend" pacification campaign. Slum programs try to stop the violence in US ghettos, mayor JOhn Lindsay, Willy BoBo Sextet. Close-up of film-maker Bruce Brown, with a great photo of him jumping his BSA motorcycle. To See America - tour of 248-year-old farmhouse White Chimneys near Lancaster, Pennsylvania photos by Nina Leen, Henry Slaymaker, Hannah Slaymaker, S. R. Slaymaker. US dollar in crisis as bullion reserves dwindle to $13 billion by John K Jessup. Science - Dr. Johannes Kylstra's mouse breathes liquid (fluorocarbon) - and lives. Art - Picasso's five-story tall, 162-ton sculpture for Chicago's Civic Center. Miscellany - funny photo of Bruce Lewis' sports car - bearing a stripe down the middle - lined up with the stripe painted on the road. School season shopping with the "Rexall Blackboard Bonanza" cheesy stuff that you can mail order from Rexall. Cool Honeywell ad with robot arm and Dr. H. W. Mergier. Alcatraz photo shoot - fashions modeled by Sharon Acker, Angie Dickinson. The Scene - Yellowstone, about Bears, by Gerald Moore, regional pages, not in all issues. This issue comes with two different cover variations : Version 1 has the title "To keep a village free" on the cover in yellow, Version 2 has the same title in white. Version 2 has additional pages 34a-b with "Needed : a poverty plumber" and "The presidency, a view from the heartland" and 58a-b with a continuation of the "Marines in Hoa Hiep" with Rick Foreman. Some regional and ad pages may also vary. Please tell when ordering if you have a preference, both versions are NOT always available, sorry. 1.0
Very Good - $28 buy now
Good - $18 buy now

Life Magazine September 
                    1, 1967Life Magazine September 1, 1967 : Cover - Posters : walls and walls of expendable art, American ephemera.

Part 1 of two reports on the Mob and its empire, its power, its structure, and vicious tactics. Photos of the Ruggiero Boiardo "Capo" home, Joe Bonanno. The mob families around the US, Gambino, Genovese, Magaddino, Zammuto, Giordano, Lanza, Cerrito, Licata, Colletti, Scalish, Corallo. Close-up of baseball manager Birdie Tebbetts. Profile of Sioux City, Iowa. Vietnam's approaching elections. Sports - California swimmers Debbie Meyer and Claudia Kolb break four world records. Miscellany - funny ad of woman reaching out to stop a little boy from smacking the bottom of a nude statue at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California. Centerfold color Naugahyde ad. Amazing photos of a flood in Fairbanks Alaska. Neat story about Birdie Tebbetts and new baseball stars. American model Mary Russell models high fashion, Dior, Ungaro, St. Laurent and Courreges. 1.0
Good - $18 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine September 8, 1967Life Magazine September 8, 1967 : Cover - Carl Yastrzemski, Boston's slugger, singles against Chicago - baseball.

The frenzied pennant race. Brazen empire of crime Part 2 : How the mob muscles into your daily life. Beatles with their guru. Shirley Temple runs for Congress. Voice and torment of a rebel Catholic priest - Father James Drane. Tours to far-out places - Amazon, Antarctic. Ideas in houses - prefab - Risom house in Block Island, Rhode Island. Funny Western Airlines International ad featuring Rip Van Winkel and the Flub-Stub. Color ad for Union Electric featuring the new Civic Center Busch Memorial Stadium. Chicago baseball feature, Gary Peters, Don McMahon, Ken Berry and Elston Howard, great action photo. Very cool Autolite ad featuring a red Ford GT. Great ad for Warner girdles, shows a photo of a pear, and says "this is no shade for a girl". Part 2 of "The Mob", and story about the Costa Nostra and it's corruption of America. Russia publishes Winnie the Pooh - Vinni-Pukh
Very Good - $54 buy now
Good - $42 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    September 15, 1967Life Magazine September 15, 1967 : Cover - Part I of the intimate recollections of Stallin's daughter, Svetlana.

Election Day in Vietnam. Two page International Paper Company ad with Herb Hammett and his room sized computer. Di Bau day in Vietnam, pre election day celebration. Close-up of Olympic-hopeful Mark Spitz. Archaeology - Leif Eriksson and his relatives, skulls and bones found in Brattahlid near Julianehaab Greenland. Fashion - US styles with the Expo Look Real Great Society : New York slum kids team up to fight poverty, Armando Perez, Rabbit Nazario, Angelo Gonzales, Chino Garcia. Sequel - return of the musk ox, cool photos of an unusual animal and her baby. Sports - America's Cup racers Sturrock and Wright of the "Dame Pattie". Art - New York Metropolitan Museum unveils Canova's Perseus Holding the Head of Medusa statue. Entertainment - Disneyland's amazing new robot buccaneers of the "The Pirates of the Caribbean". Centerfold color Chrysler Plymouth Fury ad.
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    September 22, 1967Life Magazine September 22, 1967 : Cover - Part II of the intimate recollections of Stalin's daughter, Svetlana and son Iosif Stalin.

Six page color Ford ad for 1968 - Mustang, Torino and LTD. Shock of public strikes at New York Schools and Ford. Fundraiser for Venetian artisans recovering from last year's flood featuring Magda Konopka, Alexandra Darielle Villard, Elizabeth Taylor, Annaliese Grundig. Close-up of the Army's topmost sergeant : William O. Wooldridge. Paris kids fashion show with Henri Robain, Sophie Herrera, Nadine Judkiewicz, Aurelien Ferenczi. Movies - shining pageant of "Camelot" with Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave . Sports - world's top woman tennis player, Billie Jean King. Science - Ted Serios' "thoughtographs", he makes photos with his mind? Music - "singing" sensation Mrs. Elva Miller. Miscellany - cute photo of 3-year-old Shane Gabriel who has found a way atop a mail box and is pulling out pieces of mail. Centerfold color Ford Mercury Montego ad.
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Life Magazine September 
                    29, 1967Life Magazine September 29, 1967 : Cover - ABM defense test : fired from California, ICBM re-enters atmosphere over Kwajalein.

Exclusive interview with Secretary McNamara regarding the new ABM system. Crime - Louisiana Governor McKeithen and D.A. Garrison offer resignations over exposure of the Mob. Close-up of animal TV star trainer Ivan Tors. Science - Brucker survival capsule. Surprising progress of Negro education since integration. After Israeli-Arab war, over a million Arab refugees search for a home. Wall Streeter Jack Dreyfus financed broad research on depression and anxiety drug DPH. Youth - 29 groups compete in the Battle of the Bands in Braintree Mass, the Gents from Utah win the competition. Movies - Barbara Streisand in "Funny Girl" profile of bad fashion choices and" Swan Lake" spoof.Back page humor photo - dump truck ready to dump it's load on a city worker. NOTE : Some issues have a small size NFL Football Guide pamphlet as part of a centerspread Golden Helmet Award Products ad. That small insert is numbered as the center 32 pages of the magazine. It has general information about NFL football (plays and such), plus some information for the featured team (cover and schedule). I have seen it for the New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons and Washington Redskins (there may be others).
Good with Falcons insert - $30 buy now
Good, no football insert - $15 buy now
Fair, with Giants insert (All Good, nice, but cover is faintly marked) - $15 buy now

Life Magazine October 
                    6, 1967Life Magazine October 6, 1967 : Cover - Beginning of a series on the Middle East.

Last crossing of the "Queen Mary". Newsfronts - Hurricane Beulah hit Texas. Profile of birth control champion Sam Keeny. Art - Philadelphia Museum of Art exhibition of engravings by an anonymous 15th Century German printmaker. Science - New York City psychiatrist uses model-railroad marriage therapy. Ideas in Houses - Willis Harpel's Anchorage, Alaska home with a view. Centerfold color GM Pontiac Le Mans ad. Funny ad for "Famous Photographers School" will train you to take photos, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bert Stern, Arthur d'Arazien, and Victor Keppler. Nice full page color ad for Polaris '68 snowmobile. Large photo filled article on the Queen Mary, cut away view of the interior, celebrity passengers, Elizabeth Taylor, Laurel & Hardy, Zimmy, a very unique photo of a refitted Queen Mary as a troop carrier, taken through a periscope. Aftermath of Hurricane Beulah - Texas coast devastation, photos and story of a destroyed Brownsville. Interesting and detailed article on the Suez Canal, it's construction, history, cool photos and illustrations. Long article with a famous illustration of the death of General Gordon in Mahdi's camp by G.W. Joy. Nice photos of Alaska's Willis Harpel house in Anchorage designed by John Lautner
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has minor cover soil) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    October 13, 1967Life Magazine October 13, 1967 : Cover - Ingrid Bergman ends her exile.

Middle East Part 2 - Western ways jolt the Arabs. Good Honeywell ad featuring Cyril Magnin of the Magnin department store. Cool ad with great photo of Dusenberg motor car for Avco Lycoming engines. Very cute photo of a baby Aardvark. Monsanto ad with football player Len Dawson. Carl Stokes wins a first black mayor of Cleveland. Richard Hatcher runs for mayor of Gary Indiana, with the help of Birch Bayh. A rather scandalized report - Nudity in public. William Styron author of Lie Down in Darkness, Set this house on fire. Samaritans - good and bad. Novelist as a rebel slave - William Styron. Multi page Ingrid Bergman profile and photo story. Louise Day Hicks runs for mayor of Boston. Fearsome foursome give the Los Angeles Rams the best defensive line in pro football. A pigtailed girl architect (Tonny Zwollo) from the Netherlands builds schools for Mexico's Indians. Vassar and Yale Union a good idea or not?
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has a sunned spine) - $7 buy now
Fair (Very Nice, but has minor address label scar) - $7 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine October 20, 1967Life Magazine October 20, 1967 : Cover - In a prison camp near Hanoi, Lt. Paul E. Galanti.

A Navy flier, sits under a sign telling him how to keep his cell. U.S. Prisoners in North Vietnam and visits with their families at home, Captain Charles Boyd, Lt Commander Kay Russell, David Hatcher, David Rehmann, Arthur Cormier. Bob Mathias - two-time Olympic decathlon champion is now in Congress. Ottoman empire crumbles and new Middle East emerges, great historic photos, German arms dealers, Enver Pasha, invasion at Gallipoli, Lawrence of Arabia, Sultan Mohammad V. Ed Sullivan after 20 years, photos of dozens of their guests, Barbara Streisand, Beatles, Jack Paar, Maria Callas, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Jackie Gleason. College activists plan to get control on Berkeley campus, Ed Schwartz president of NSA. Britain survives the Breathalyser. Great RCA ad featuring Star Trek heroes, Kirk and Spock.
Very Good - $62 buy now
Good - $52 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has a date written on the cover along the spine) - $32 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    October 27, 1967Life Magazine October 27, 1967 : Cover - Marine inside the cone of fire at Con Thien.

David Douglas Duncan photographs the Marines in action 18 pages of amazing military photography, includes Kenneth Birdsong, Ninth Marines, Third battalion, Dennis McLean, Bill Dancy, Harry Hutchinson, Charles Tisby, Toby Hooten. MONY - Mutual of New York ad featuring photographer Nicholas P. Ruscio. Tap Pryor crusading biologist at sea, wants to study and protect the ocean around the Hawaiian islands. Little Janis Ian - "I am society's child", singer and performer at New York's High School of Music and Art. Beautiful illustrated ad for the Pontiac Wide-Track Bonneville, art signed Van Kaufman and Art Fitzpatrick. Workings of the computer - man's most complex machine, nice photos, diagrams and illustrations on how they work. He's known as O.J. Simpson and he's the best college halfback in the country, nice photos and profile story. Governors confer aboard the S.S. Independence, John Connally, John Volpe, Ronald Reagan, George Romney, Rockefeller. Methedrine (speed) - the thrill drug that has even the hippies scared. National Guard - are they prepared? Can Mary Wells rescue American Motors? 19 year-old professor Harvey Friedman teaches Philosophy at Stanford. Great pack page photo of a water skiing dog, without the boat, rope or skis.
Good - $45 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    November 3, 1967Life Magazine November 3, 1967 : Cover - Runaway kids. Movie review - "Cool Hand Luke".

The Chrysler Simca, 5 years and 50,000 mile warranty. Nice Huffy ad with 15 of their 55 bike models. Close-up of movie star, novelist, playwright Robert Shaw. Taj Mahal, many pages of spectacular photos by Larry Burrows. The story of Shah Jehan and why he built the Taj Mahal. Special Report - Yevgeny Runge spy case, Heinz Sutterlin, Martin Marggraf Klara Pieschel, Konrad Adenauer. Very funny ad for Uniroyal and Naugahyde furniture covering. Urban expert Pat Moynihan and the race crisis. Modern Living - big play in paper, colorful wallpaper, murals, furniture and toys, all made of paper. Miscellany - Funny photo of a racoon with its head stuck in a tin can. Full page ad for the Volkswagen Fastback, 0 to 60 in 12 seconds, not very fast. Great full page color ad for Polaris snowmobiles, good photos of the Mustang model. Interesting two page ad for the Photomate, and $29.95 negative scanner and photo printer. 1.0
Excellent - $32 buy now
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (Generally G, but has minor water mark in upper margin) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine November 
                    10, 1967Life Magazine November 10, 1967 : Cover - Leningrad Music Hall Girls.

50th anniversary of the Soviet Union revolution. Ad for an early tape recorder, the SCM Mail Call, record your message on the Mail Call, mail the Letterpack, and the recipient can hear your voice. Music - musician Woody Guthrie (1912-1967). Coronation of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlevi of Iran. Newsfronts - Ernestine and Petrus Ramoboa of Lesotho in South Africa find the seventh largest diamond. Interesting photos and profile of the new Russian youth, at work and play. Senate - Ethics Committee vindication of Sen. Ed Long of Missouri. Youth : hip and critical. Management : rising class of technocrats looking for profits. Intelligentsia. Movies - director Norman Jewison on the set of "Thomas Crown and Company". Medicine - fingernail test for early diagnosis of cystic fibrosis. Music - Bobbie Gentry, Ode to Billie Joe singer and writer. Space - Dodge sends the first satellite color photos of the Earth. Fashion - garters. Turtlenecks are back in fashion, Adam Weset, Johnny Carson, Neol Harrison, Pail Damaz, SI Newhouse Jr and RIchard Harris. Miscellany - funny photo of a turtle next to a dog peaking out of another turtle shell. Great two page Volkswagen with all eight of the models lined up. Full page Monsanto ad featuring their Actionwear for skiing.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine November 
                    17, 1967Life Magazine November 17, 1967 : Cover - Jackie Kennedy in Cambodia.

Very sappy ad for Vermont Maid Maple Syrup - cutest girl ever. Case of the pot-smoking principal - Garnet Brennan. Soviets celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution in Leningrad, lots of color photos. Victory over prejudice and corruption on a historic election day, Carl Stokes, the new mayor of Cleveland. Campbell Soup ad featuring 44 year veteran, Rose Hoffman. Three faces of Prince Karim - Imam, sportsman, entrepreneur, Aga Khan IV, pretty rowdy guy for a Muslim. First film of cancer cells in action. The generation gap, the gulf between parents and their children by Roger Vaughan. Columbus, Indiana makes itself a showcase of modern architecture lots of cool photos by John Loengard. Gary Beban technocrat quarterback of UCLA. Parent-Child gulf. Half page ad for the Scorpion snowmobile by Trailside of Crosby Minnesota. Scuba Duba, an off Broadway hit by Bruce Jay Freidman, with Jerry Orbach.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine November 
                    24, 1967Life Magazine November 24, 1967 : Cover - Governor Connally and photo of fatal Kennedy motorcade.

Last seconds of the Motorcade - together with unpublished pictures by nine bystanders. A funny ad for Mobil - the first auto accident in 1985 in Ohio, with photo. Funny ad for Sony TV with two prison ors in a cell watching their small black and white TV. A contribution to history - Governor Connally sets the record straight on the fateful visit - Why Kennedy went to Texas. Neat 1968 Mercury Cougar ad. After Saturn's success, the way to the moon is open - super photos of the Saturn series of rockets. Senator Eugene McCarthy - new rallying point for dissent. Fiat's Gianni Agnelli - giant of Italian industry. New strain of malaria hits GIs. College entrance mania. Ideas in houses - Thomas Fryes of Columbus, Ohio. Nicely illustrated Pontiac Firebird Wide Track ad. The battle against Malaria in Vietnam, Jerry Miller. New science of non-lethal weapons, loud noises, slipper goo, pepper spray and tear gas. Fashion - new British birds - Pat Booth, Susan Hampshire, Diana Macleod, Jane Asher. Movie review - The Graduate - with Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft.
Good - $22 buy now
Fair
(All Good, nice!, but cover very mildly smudged) - $15 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    December 1, 1967Life Magazine December 1, 1967 : Cover - Return of the Red Man.

Great ad for Bekins moving and storage - the moved Ripley's Believe it or Not! Population sweeps : the race to be the 200,000,000th American. The battle of Dak To - amazing and scary photos of the battle zone. Devaluation : crisis of the mini-pound. Close-up of Mrs. Justice Douglas. Sports - Dallas Cowboy's quarterback Dandy Don Meredith and wife Cheryl. Profile of presidential adviser Walt Rostow. Games - playing 3-D ticktacktoe. Miscellany - funny photo of janitor Ernie Hublur takes a ride on a merry-go-round when he sweeps. Two page RCA Victor TV ad featuring Perry Como illustration. Early US exploration journal, illustration, map and story of traveling Jesuit priest Father Nicholas Point. Clothing designer Valentino Garavani and his $1000 dresses - models Antonella Lualdi, Rossana Schiaffino.
Good - $10 buy now

Life 
                    Magazine December 8, 1967Life Magazine December 8, 1967 : Cover - Pearl Bailey as the latest Dolly - smash Broadway love-in.

The Robert McNamara story, advisor to presidents - John F Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson - nice inside the White House photos. New dam in Pakistan. Flood in Portugal. The world's best paid writer - Harold Robbins, profile and great photos. Fashion strictly from Hungary. For student doctors, it's Sim the deathproof patient. Aden - case history of a terrorist campaign - the British give up and pull out. Drama of Masada - archaeologists' in Israel. Negro Olympic boycott. Updated Maytag ad with large family - Mrs. Mack Evans Smith of Wallsburg, Utah - 18 people in her family. Get a free Skilsaw with S & H  Green Stamps - full page ad. Super nice two page color illustration of the Fort Montego and Cyclone GT with scuba divers. Very moving two page color photo of soldiers honoring their dead, represented by many pairs of empty boots. Cool ad for the Aluminum Association featuring the Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel. General Franco of Spain, celebrates his 75th birthday. Profile Professor Arnold Toynbee.
Good - $8 buy now
Fair (Generally VG, w/VG cover, but one corner darkened or with rough tip throughout) - $5 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    December 15, 1967Life Magazine December 15, 1967 : Cover - Louis Washkanski, recipient of the historic heart transplant in South Africa, donated by Ann Darvall.

Newsfronts - a farewell assessment of Vietnam, four years covering Vietnam by Frank McCulloch. Book review - John Holt's "How Children Learn". Movie review - "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" The Holy Land just before Christmas. Close-up of steelmaker Frank Threatt who hires ex-cons for Congaree Iron. Boxed art of Joseph Cornell, interesting sculptures and still lifes in rough boxes, works on Utopia Parkway. Shoplifting. The world's greatest tenor, James McCracken, carlo Bergonzi, Michele Molese, Alberrt Lance, Franco Corelli? Fashion - the ruffle, Mrs. Mark Miller, Mrs Conrad Hilton, Mrs Henry Fonda, Joanna Pettet and Marlo Thomas model new fashions. The shoplifting problem, one in 60 shoppers, fighting it with cameras. Plus a very interesting cartoon by Flora, showing 50 ways employees steal from a store.
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good
- $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has minor address label scar) - $6 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has mild edge rippling at back, no discoloration) - $6 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has mild foxing on page edges) - $6 buy now

Life Magazine December 
                    22, 1967Life Magazine December 22, 1967 : Cover - Special Double Issue : The Wild World, with a photo of a bull elephant in Kenya bush country.

Charles A. Lindberg writes about the wisdom of nature. Unique two page color ad for Alpine Cigarettes, and the merchandise you can get for smoking them. The world's great wildernesses. Amazons and the Dawn People of Central Brazil, photos by Stan Wyman. Whales. Australia's Outback with George Girdler, hunter. Indonesia's Udjung Kulon jungle photos by Eliot Elisofon, amazing animal shots. Noted English zoologist writes about the "naked ape". The Cheat River in West Virginia. Ramain Cary's love letter to elephants. Champion Spark Plugs ad with RIchard Petty and his NASCAR winning car 43. Desmond Morris and his Naked Ape book excerpted book. Cheat River of the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia - great photos by John Dominis. International Paper Company two page ad featuring karate master Ryohei Kanakogi and their super strong cardboard. Great elephant feature photos by Romain Gary.
Very Good - $25 buy now
Good
- $15 buy now
Fair (All G, but cover nearly loose from staples) - $9 buy now