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Life Magazine, September 20, 1963 - U.S. team on Mt. Everest

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Life Magazine, September 20, 1963 - U.S. team on Mt. Everest

Original Life Magazine September 20, 1963 - U.S. team on Mt. Everest

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Original Life Magazine from September 20, 1963 - U.S. team on Mt. Everest

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McNamara's human problem
4
George W. Anderson; 1906-., Robert S. McNamara; 1916-., United States Dept. of State
Life guide: autumn gardens
9
Gardens and gardening
Showdown for Loch Ness
17
Loch Ness monster
Wanamaker debut begins and ends up in a rampage
30
Balls (Parties), Debutantes, Vandalism
But why do they do it?
36
David Abrahamsen; 1903-.
Mass attack on the mighty peak
68
Mountaineering, Mount Everest (China and Nepal)
At the top and out of oxygen
73
James Ramsey Ullman; 1907-1971
Latin raid on U.S. titles
95
Tennis players
How the U.S. funeral has grown
107
Success is a baked potato
112
Barbra Streisand
Fifth of a village, gone in an instant
42
Aviation (Accidents)
Satellite stays put
47
Communications satellites (Orbits)
Lady with a switchblade
61
Mary McCarthy (American novelist, critic, short story writer and memoirist.); 1912-1989
Gingery sample of McCarthy views
64
Mary McCarthy (American novelist, critic, short story writer and memoirist.); 1912-1989
Man, what a drag!
115
Automobile racing
Little mummers render the Bard
120
William Shakespeare; 1564-1616 (Staging and acting of plays), Theater, Children's
Sold out art
125
Art trade, Painting, American
Mountbatten's Irish retreat
131
Louis Mountbatten Mountbatten of Burma (Earl); 1900-1979, Castles
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