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Life Magazine, November 17, 1952 - Election winners, Eisenhower

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Life Magazine, November 17, 1952 - Election winners, Eisenhower

Original Life Magazine November 17, 1952 - Election winners, Eisenhower

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Original Life Magazine from November 17, 1952 - Election winners, Eisenhower

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Speaking of pictures, GIs see funny side to Korean war
26
Korean War, 1950-1953 (Caricatures and cartoons)
Redeclaration of independence
33
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Presidential elections
Across the states, some sink others swim with Ike's tide
36
Elections
Here is a pool of Cabinet and other possibilities
38
United States Cabinet, Public officers
Radiant Elizabeth presides over her first Parliament
42
Elizabeth II (Queen of Great Britain); 1926-., Great Britain Parliament
Chowder battle
84
Chowder
First it said Mary
87
Phonograph (History)
Parish fences the tables
107
Lord's Supper, Princess Anne (Md.)
Fifth wheel makes it easy
113
Automobile parking, Automobiles (Wheels)
Handicapped can keep house
117
Rehabilitation
Sub succors a limp blimp, submarine Seadog, and K-119
44
AIRSHIPS (Accidents), Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc
Trade not aid
46
Commerce, United States (Commerce)
Unrehearsed Chaplin comedy
51
Charlie Chaplin; 1889-1977
Mexico city is sinking
59
Mexico City (Mexico)
M Barrault on Broadway
69
Jean-Louis Barrault; 1910-1994
Her yelps help
79
Nancy SEWELL, Television program reviews
Dawn's early light
129
Dawn Addams; 1930-1985
Radio astronomy
130
Astronomical equipment
Stretched statues
143
Mary Callery; 1903-1977
Sixth grade, Saddle Rock school, Great Neck, L.I.
145
Grace WARNER, Experimental education, Great Neck (N.Y.)
He said forward! to the backward
156
Charles Dalrymple BELGRAVE (Sir.), Bahrain
Life goes on a falcon hunt
180
Falconry
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