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Life Magazine, May 18, 1953 - Arts in Midwest

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Life Magazine, May 18, 1953 - Arts in Midwest

Original Life Magazine May 18, 1953 - Arts in Midwest

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  • Excellent to Near mint. These are in extremely nice condition. 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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Speaking of pictures
26
Caricatures and cartoons, College presidents
Then neighbors rally round
33
North Lake (Ill.)
Why Anglo-American history doesn't get made overnight
36
United States (Foreign relations, History, Great Britain), Great Britain (Foreign relations, History, United States)
Collision in the fog
36
Collisions at sea
Clean-up week on docks
40
Francis KELLY, Employees (Recruiting), Longshore workers
How the races of man developed
101
Ethnology, Genetics
Station-break girl
111
Television announcing
On a raft with food only from the sea
115
Alain Bombard, Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc
Billiard baby Renske Quax
125
Billiards
Great eight rows for Navy
135
United States Naval Academy, Rowing
Missouri moves over
44
Garrison Dam (N.D.)
Lieut. General's private war
46
Glenn Oscar Brrcus, Korean War, 1950-1953 (Aerial operations)
Mad major's mad farewell
51
Christopher DRAPER, Aviation (Stunt flying)
Seat hunters for red hunt
53
Government investigations
What's a woman to do?
59
Perle Mesta; 1891-1975
People's bishop has a silver jubilee
63
Bernard James SHEIL (bp)
Spring spree with purpose
71
Utah State University
Washable rooms
74
Paul McCobb; 1917-1969, Furniture
All America in one bouquet
80
Bouquets, State flowers
Poor deluded gander
82
Geese
Movie re-enactment awakens dramatic memories
91
Titanic (Steamship)
Creative Middle West
143
Middle Western States
Mr Strauss has music wherever he goes
144
Leonard A. STRAUSS, Musicians, Amateur
New art center for Arkansas
148
University of Arkansas Fine arts center
Paints in a parsonage
150
Art, Amateur
Cleveland enjoys diverse drama
152
Cleveland (Ohio) (Music)
Portrait
155
Edgar B. GORDON
Ammunition shortage
166
Ammunition
Mysterious hot seat
177
Dominique, Magic
Prize housewares
182
Household furnishings
Pupils help a teacher get married in Haverhill, Mass
188
Teachers, Weddings
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