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Life Magazine, March 12, 1956 - Eisenhower Seeking second term

Life Magazine, March 12, 1956 - Eisenhower Seeking second term

Original Life Magazine March 12, 1956 - Eisenhower Seeking second term
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  • Excellent to Near mint. These are as close to mint as they get. Only the tiniest defects if any but may have the original subscription label. They are of course the old original issues but could be confused with being brand new. These are extremely rare and are for the most discriminating collector.
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Original Life Magazine from March 12, 1956 - Eisenhower Seeking second term

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Artistry by the acre
10
Photography, Aerial
Drama of President's yes
18
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969
Next question: will Nixon remain on 1956 ticket?
26
Richard Milhous Nixon; 1913-1994, Political candidates
Gift, gaiety for the Pope
28
Pope Pius XII; 1876-1958, Birthdays
Portrait
32
Sir John Bagot Glubb; 1897-1986
City shows how to fight decay
62
Cleveland (Ohio) (City planning)
Horace the housebroken hare
65
Cecil S. WEBB, Hares
World's biggest serve
73
Pancho Gonzales; 1928-1995, Tennis
Sands of desert turn gold
78
Scottsdale (Ariz.), Western States (Social life and customs)
Faces for a facade
87
Churches (Buildings) (Great Britain), Portrait sculpture
Royal sanction for a stamp
32
Postage stamps
Go slow, now
37
Education (Southern States), Blacks (Education), Public schools (Desegregation)
Three imports of Ike's decision
37
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Republican Party (U.S.)
Europe's bad winter is cruel to the end
38
Cold weather
No sign of peace for Autherine
40
Autherine Lucy
Set to strike in the shadows
43
Military training
Man-made lens which can fit inside the human eye
52
Eye (Surgery), Plastic lenses
Mystery monster causes some British ripples
57
College students, Hoaxes
Last O'Neill tragedy
93
Eugene O'Neill; 1888-1953
Long day's journey into night
93
Eugene O'Neill; 1888-1953, Theater reviews (Single works)
Music world's young wonder
105
Glenn Gould; 1932-1982
Memo to the girls
113
Single men, Casper (Wyo.)
Confessions of master jewel thief
121
Arthur BARRY, Theft
Turnout for a top Italian
141
Giovanni Gronchi; 1887-1978
Antigravity goat
144
Goats
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