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Life Magazine, November 19, 1951 - Lynn Fontanne, Katherine Cornell and Helen Hayes

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Life Magazine, November 19, 1951 - Lynn Fontanne, Katherine Cornell and Helen Hayes

Original Life Magazine November 19, 1951 - Lynn Fontanne, Katherine Cornell and Helen Hayes

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Original Life Magazine from November 19, 1951 - Lynn Fontanne, Katherine Cornell and Helen Hayes

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Speaking of pictures, U.S. family of four eat 2 1/2 tons in one year
26
Food supply, Family
America goes a-hunting
33
Hunting
Ike's visit
40
Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972, Presidential candidates (1952)
Britain wants steel
40
Steel industry (Great Britain)
Peace proposal gives Andrei Vishinsky a cynical laugh at U.N.
40
Andrei IAnuar'evich Vyshinskii; 1883-1954, United Nations General Assembly
First, peel an eel
83
Le Cordon Bleu (Paris, France), Cooking (Study and teaching), Cooking, French
Saints come marching in
95
College and school drama, Halloween
Head begins his 50th year
104
Frank Learoyd Boyden; 1879-1972, Private schools
200 years of U.S. theater
110
Theater (History)
Great beauties
116
Fanny Lily Gypsy Davenport; 1850-1898, Lillian Russell; 1861-1922, Anna Held; 1865?-1918, Lillie Langtry;
1853-1929
, Actors and actresses
Voters make a point
42
Elections
Stand at Suez
44
Suez Canal (Egypt)
March of death, Munich
46
Traffic accidents
People
49
Ava Gardner; 1922-1990, Frank Sinatra; 1915-1998
Evening with Martin enchants Londoners
50
Mary Martin; 1913-1990
Newspaper photographs make kin of GIs happy
52
Photography, Journalistic, Servicemen's families
Making new friends
57
Joe Mazzuca MARCEL, Elephants
Lord's pride
60
Great Britain Parliament House of Lords
Baltimore's lonely big airport
69
Baltimore (Md.) (Airports)
Latest in luggage
74
Luggage
Pulitzer prize plays show the drama's growth
118
Drama (Themes)
Great ladies of the U.S. stage
120
Katharine Cornell; 1893-1974, Lynn Fontanne; 1887-1983, Helen Hayes; 1900-1993
To keep the home fires from burning
123
Fire prevention
Mecca
133
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago (Ill.) (Housing)
Biggest ocean harvest
140
Fisheries, Menhaden
Hands in the taxpayers' pockets
146
Political corruption, Tax collection, UNITED STATESInternal revenue, Bureau of
Biarritz has Eugenie trouble
163
Juan Luis COUSINO, Biarritz (France) (Monuments, statues, etc)
Detective story
169
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Life goes on a gorilla hunt
175
Bill SAID, Gorillas, Hunting (Africa)
Nassau to Wellesley's rescue
183
Mary LLOYD-REES
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