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Life Magazine, February 19, 1951 - Adoption, little girl

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Life Magazine, February 19, 1951 - Adoption, little girl

Original Life Magazine February 19, 1951 - Adoption, little girl

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Speaking of pictures, a photographer turns tv's distortions into a zany new form of modern art
12
Television photography
Army camp is reborn
14
Military training camps
GI's become soldiers and it pays off
25
Korean War, 1950-1953 (American participation, Campaigns and battles)
Swedish-American becomes citizen of the U.S.
30
Greta Garbo; 1905-1990
Swedish mother shows off her Italian son
31
Ingrid Bergman; 1915-1982
Chicago loses its boy wonder
49
Robert Maynard Hutchins; 1899-1977, University of Chicago
Independence
52
Steamships and steamboats
Putting life into a movie, Ace in the hole
57
Billy Wilder; 1906-2002, Motion picture production and direction
Jungle gardens, Avery island, La
64
Edward Avery McIlhenny; 1872-1949, Gardens and gardening (Louisiana)
Winnie-the-Pooh tours U.S.
75
Alan Alexander Milne; 1882-1956, Christopher Robin MILNE, Children's literature
Order obeyed, trains go
32
Strikes (Railroad workers)
Train wreckage where 83 died
34
Railroads (Accidents)
Red Republican becomes red hero
36
Republican Party (U.S.)
Frozen girl makes medical history
37
Dorothy Mae STEVENS
Ghost of Formosa
38
Dean Acheson; 1893-1971, Taiwan
Best and strongest
38
Great Britain and the United States
It's your inflation
38
Inflation (Finance)
Hetty's daughter dies
43
Hetty Howland GREEN, Green) (Mrs Matthew Astor Wilks WILKS
Sam the banana man
83
Samuel Zemurray; 1877-1961, United Fruit Company
Happy hospital, Children's hospital, Akron, Ohio
97
Plaster casts (Surgical), Akron (Ohio) (Hospitals)
Adoption
99
Linda Joy Young, Mrs Robert Linville Young, Adoption and adopted children
If Washington had become king
107
Washington family
20th century
117
Jose Ferrer; 1912-1992, Gloria Swanson; 1899-1983
Twentieth century
117
Ben Hecht; 1894-1964, Charles MacArthur; 1895-1956, Theater reviews (Single works)
Buying spree
123
Barbara BARCIA, Furniture industry
Life visits a haven for exiled royalty
130
Kings and rulers, Estoril (Portugal)
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