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Life Magazine April 26, 1937 White Leghorn Rooster Cover Issue (102MB)

This is the April 26, 1937 issue of Life Magazine. This issue has a unusual cover format. It has small LIFE printed in the lower red bar instead of the usual large LIFE in the red rectangle at top.

The magazine is 14" tall x 10 1/2" wide and 98 pages including the cover. It's in greatcondition.
The only issues are the back cover has a very light dog eared fold and a stamped Bacon Memorial Public Library Wyandotte, Michigan. Front cover also has the Stamp.See last photos.

Table of Contents Includes:
Pg. 06 Speaking of Pictures
Pg. 12 Letters to the Editors
Pg. 19 Wagner Act and Henry Ford
Pg. 22 LIFE on the American Newsfront
Pg. 28 Portrait of a Nightmare
Pg. 29 Texas Oil Fire
Pg. 32 Movie of the Week: Captains Courageous - Spencer Tracy & Freddie Bartholomew
Pg. 36 America's Defense in the Pacific
Pg. 38 Navy: "Problem 18"
Pg. 40 Hawaii Makes the U.S. an Empire
Pg. 45 The Nation's Paradise: Portfolio of Hawaii
Pg. 50 Bethlehem Steel's Board Has a Fight
Pg. 52 The Flower Show
Pg. 57 "World's Craziest Painter" - Franz Sedlacek
Pg. 60 Two Celebrities Roll a Hoop
Pg. 65 World's Largest Letter File
Pg. 66 The Camera Overseas
Pg. 74 The Baldwins
Pg. 76 Natchez Pilgrimage
Pg. 80 Index to Picture Credits
Pg. 83 Zulus Help Coronation
Pg. 86 Gentleman Chicken Farming
Pg. 93 Pictures to the Editors

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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine November 1960 - Charlton Heston on Cover (100MB)

This is the November 1960 Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Feature article is Do you need a HOBBY?

Charlton Heston from the movie Ben Hur is on the cover. 
The inside description about the cover lists... Aside from driving chariots in Ben Hur, Charlton Heston knows his way around when it comes to a salad bowl. Salad Making is a good hobby for busy men -- even academy Award winners like Mr. Heston can find time for this at-the-table artistry.

Lot's of great articles and  great vintage Ad's

This magazine is 12 1/2" tall x 9 3/4" wide and 128 pages. It's in near perfect condition.
it looks brand new!

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1954 Better Homes and Gardens Home Furnishing Ideas (102MB)

This is the 1954 Better Homes and Gardens Home Furnishing Ideas
It's what was the stat of the art in home decorating 61 years ago.

This magazine is 12 1/2" tall x 9 3/4" wide and 202 pages. It's in great condition.
There is a small issue the bottom of the spine. About 1" of the paper covering is missing and the cover is separated in that on inch area. See last photo.


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2 Elvis Presley TV Guide Issues 8/17/02 HOLOGRAM Cover & 7/4/04 Bonus CD cover (155MB)

This is 2 commemorative TV Guide issues featuring Elvis Presley.

This 1st is the August 17-23 2002 issue with a Hologram that if you move it back and forth he shakes his hips.

The 2nd is the July 4 -10 2004 issue that has a CD of a never before released Live version of "That's All Right"


Both are in perfect unused condition.


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October 1961 Sports Illustrated Oregon State's Terry Baker Cover (063MB)

This is the October 16 1961 issue of Sports Illustrated. Cover has Oregon State's Terry Baker. With the line The best athlete in College and corresponding story inside "with Terry You Stop to Think" Terry Baker, Oregon State's remarkable all-around athlete, is as good a student as he is a football played.

Other stories Inside:
The World Series
 Tougher then most experts predicted, it produced some dramatic moments and brilliant performances 
Cautious Comes of age the ebullient Cassius Clay knocks out big Alex Miteff and makes his first real move towards boxing fame 
Bang goes the shotgun The San Francisco 49's explosive new offense has won two big games in a row and has the pros worried 
U.S. Horsemen Get a Plush Home A magnificent New Jersey estate, shown in color photographs, is now the headquarters of our Equestrian Team 
All Alone by the Telephone That is George Preston Marshell, the Washington Redskin's owner, who is a genius at attracting controversy 
The Heady Sport of Grapesmanship A sportswriter tells the secrets of making wine on your home grounds - complete with personal labels 
How to Shoot a Big Red Moose Charles W. Thayer describes a strange but successful hunt for moose in the Soviet Union.

This issue is in good condition, pages are nice & tight inside. The cover is separated from the bottom staple down about 2" and the top and bottom right edges are dog eared.

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October 1961 Sports Illustrated Oregon State's Terry Baker Cover (063MB)

This is the October 16 1961 issue of Sports Illustrated. Cover has Oregon State's Terry Baker. With the line The best athlete in College and corresponding story inside "with Terry You Stop to Think" Terry Baker, Oregon State's remarkable all-around athlete, is as good a student as he is a football played.

Other stories Inside:
The World Series
 Tougher then most experts predicted, it produced some dramatic moments and brilliant performances 
Cautious Comes of age the ebullient Cassius Clay knocks out big Alex Miteff and makes his first real move towards boxing fame 
Bang goes the shotgun The San Francisco 49's explosive new offense has won two big games in a row and has the pros worried 
U.S. Horsemen Get a Plush Home A magnificent New Jersey estate, shown in color photographs, is now the headquarters of our Equestrian Team 
All Alone by the Telephone That is George Preston Marshell, the Washington Redskin's owner, who is a genius at attracting controversy 
The Heady Sport of Grapesmanship A sportswriter tells the secrets of making wine on your home grounds - complete with personal labels 
How to Shoot a Big Red Moose Charles W. Thayer describes a strange but successful hunt for moose in the Soviet Union.

This issue is in good condition, pages are nice & tight inside. The cover is separated from the bottom staple down about 2" and the top and bottom right edges are dog eared.

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Sports Illustrated 3/25/1963 issue Sonny Liston (065MB)

This is the March 25th 1963 issue of Sports Illustrated.

It has the following articles:

The Heavyweight Muddle Muddle is the word as Champion Sonny Liston puts off the Floyd Patterson Fight and Cassius Clay Looks Awful. 
A Debatable Football Scandal - 
After a week of rumors, sensational charges of a rigged collage game shock & confuse the South 
The Gunners are after Cincy - 
Duke & Loyola, teams that run har and shoot fast, become the big threat to Cincinnati in the NCAA finals. 
Tony has a Winning Look - 
The playboy of the pro tour, Tony Lema, plays first-class golf and lives in first-class fashion 
A Joyful Snow School - 
A report in words & pictures on France's imaginative program of Alpineadventure for urban Kids 
Rocky Mountain Springtime - 
It takes spring until mid-May to climbing the Colorado mountains, but fishermen find May days worth waiting for 
What makes Rodger Race - I
n all matters, including sports car driving, Rodger Penske is obsessed with a passion to be ahead.

Magazine is in great condition! No rip's or tears

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