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Life Magazine, January 25, 1954 - Dancer Diane Sinclair

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Life Magazine, January 25, 1954 - Dancer Diane Sinclair

Original Life Magazine January 25, 1954 - Dancer Diane Sinclair

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Original Life Magazine from January 25, 1954 - Dancer Diane Sinclair

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Speaking of pictures, dancers cut up and act out movies
18
Diane SINCLAIR, Ken SPAULDING, Dance
In Alps there is real tragedy
25
Avalanches, Alps
Getting the pussyfoot out of politics
30
Politicians, United States (Politics and government)
Skis that launched a billion boffs
31
Skiing
Merger of two worlds
32
Joe DiMaggio, Marilyn Monroe; 1926-1962
Port of call: Thule
73
Air bases, Aviation (Arctic flights), Thule (Greenland)
Lion in a pine-paneled den
84
Lions
Things they do for art
89
Mark Baum, Joseph Solman; 1909-., Israel LEVITAN, Paul MOMMER, Artists, American
Remarkable Hashim from Pakistan
97
Hashim Khan; 1916-., Squash (Sport)
Knights of the round table
108
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Once more Chicago has a queen
34
Deering) (Mrs Chauncey McCormick MCCORMICK, Chicago (Ill.) (Social life and customs)
Enjoyable view of snow
36
Snowstorms
Outsize prize
43
Competitions
Astoria gets the creeps again
45
Landslides (Oregon), Astoria (Or.)
Did the jet age come too soon?
51
Aviation (Great Britain, Accidents), Airplanes, Jet
Cross-legged queens dine in state
56
Elizabeth II (Queen of Great Britain); 1926-., New ZealandDescription and travel, Tonga
Cloister in crates
60
William Randolph Hearst; 1863-1951, Monasteries, Miami Beach (Fla.)
Tune-up time for rising stars
65
Geraldine Page; 1924-1987, Joan Greenwood; 1921-1987, Zizi Jeanmaire; 1924-., Actors and actresses
Prince Valiant
108
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Large dustup over a little hut
113
South Miami (Fla.)
Missionaries to moppets
119
Baylor University, College students, Evangelistic work
Toil and sweat win out over amusement
128
Skiing
High school set's new high style
133
Clothing and dress (Men), High school students
Twins ride out an affliction
143
Rehabilitation, Poliomyelitis
Book titles step lively at Vicmead hunt club
150
Masquerades, Wilmington (Del.) (Social life and customs)
Wicked in the web
156
Acrobats and acrobatism
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