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Life Magazine, July 24, 1950 - Boy Scout Jamboree

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Life Magazine, July 24, 1950 - Boy Scout Jamboree

Original Life Magazine July 24, 1950 - Boy Scout Jamboree

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David Douglas Duncan, Photography, Journalistic
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Korean War, 1950-1953 (American participation)
Check list of errors
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United States (Foreign relations)
Johnson or Acheson?
26
Dean Acheson; 1893-1971, Louis Arthur Johnson; 1891-1906
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Lois C. HANNAN
French models thrive in U.S.
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Villa Maser preserves Veronese's masterpiece of illusion
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Veronese; 1528-1588, Houses (Italy)
Gunfighter
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Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Gyp circuit
73
Horse racing, Horses
AEC: four men and a controversy
80
Gordon E. Dean; 1905-1958, David E. Lilienthal, Sumner T. Pike; 1891-1976, Lewis L. Strauss; 1896-1974,
United States Atomic Energy Commission
Marine muscle heads into war
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United States Marine Corps
Nation begins creeping mobilization
30
Industrial mobilization, United States (Military policy)
Ute Indians hit a $31.7 million jackpot in payment for lands taken 70 years ago
37
Indians of North America (Government relations), Ute Indians
Death of a bandit king
43
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Thirty-two inch elephant
47
Elephants
Some a-bomb fallacies are exposed
81
United States Atomic Energy Commission, Atomic bombs, Nuclear nonproliferation
Portrait
84
Thomas E. Murray; 1891-1961, Henry DeWolf Smyth; 1898-1986
Beach ballet
93
Ballet
Life goes to the Boy scout jamboree
95
Billy PETERSEN, Boy Scouts of America
Pins and needles
103
Needles, Pins
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