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LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard

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LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard
LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard

LIFE Magazine 1938 October 17 Carole Lombard

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Condition: Very Fine, No Mailing Label, No Missing Page, age discoloration, surface wear, edge wear

Contents:
Half page Kayser gloves ad with fashion illustration by D. Thompson.
Republican candidates.
Picture of the week – London newsboy sells world’s biggest news.
8 million cubic yard landslide slows work on Fort Peck Dam, Montana.
Garbo returns.
Roosevelt turns architect for his own cottage.
War in China continues, color photos of the devastation.
Full page color Coca-cola ad with nurse delivering soda and a glass.
Christening of the Queen Elizabeth, world’s biggest liner.
Full color Arrow shirts ad with men picking shirts out of a tree.
Fred Koch and L.E. McGee use a type of still to extract sex hormones, uses them to make chicks crow.
Gambling at Deauville.
Screwball girl, Carole Lombard, four pages of photos.
Football – University of Minnesota, Coach Bierman, players John Kulbitski, Wlibur Moore, Ebony Statue Blue, Dan Elmer, George Nash, captain Twedell.
Conchita del Rio wears chili peppers to win Queen of Agriculture at San Diego Fair.
Austrian high-jump champion Gerda Gottlieb.
Residents of the Outer Hebrides making Harris Tweed, sturdy fabric now elegant enough for night clubs.
Clare Boothe in “Kiss the boys goodbye.”