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NOTE : In a few cases from 1963 on, some content varies by the distribution region, Eastern vs. Western half of the USA.
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Life Magazine 
                    January 8, 1965Life Magazine January 8, 1965 : Cover - Up-ended House near flooding Eel River in California.

In color - the deluge and havoc in the Northwest, amazing photos from Bellview, Rio Del, California. … Oregon City, Oregon. … Pepperwood, California, Hoopa, California. Full page color Kent cigarettes ad with skier couple all in white. Photos of John Kennedy , Jr. and Jackie Kennedy skiing at Buttermilk Mountain near Aspen. Rescues by helicopter and Bo'sun's chair. Explosion in Saigon - communist terrorist bomb. Europe turns on De Gaulle. Audacious new swim suits modeled by Vegas showgirls. Pressures of College, Part 1 - the ruthless race to make the grade. Henry Roth, author. Eli and Anne Jackson Wallach. Photo of cat atop a saguaro cactus. Full page color Viceroy cigarettes ad with skier couple in red, white, and blue. 1.0
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Life Magazine 
                    January 15, 1965Life Magazine January 15, 1965 : Cover - Ted Kennedy's recovery - the Senator wearing a brace and standing in a swimming pool.

Full page Kellogg's Rice Krispies ad with cute little violin player in chair. Sky dive without a parachute - Rod Pack. Sonar looks at unborn baby, ultrasound becomes important medical tool. Billy Wilder's "Kiss me, stupid" gets a seal of approval and a church ban. New York Jets sign Joe Namath for $400,000. College Pressure Part 2. World's weirdest airplane, supersonic XB-70. Ideas in Houses - Castle in the woods in Cedar Rapids. T.S. Eliot by Conrad Aiken, Eliot died last week. Full page Volkswagon Bug ad, first car to go to Antarctica.
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine January 22, 1965Life Magazine January 22, 1965 : Cover - Peter O'Toole as "Lord Jim."

His off-camera misadventures on location in the Far East. Full page color Disney ad for "Those Calloways," starring Brian Keith, Vera Miles, Walter Brennan, others, illustration style, not photos. Operation Gwamba rescues animals in Dutch Guiana. Break in the Great Jewel Theft - Star of India recovered in a locker at Greyhound bus terminal. Three Russians tell of their epic space flight. Hawaii's Patsy Mink congresswoman. College Pressure Part 3 - the Teacher - William Gerberding. The Kilimanjaro Machine by Ray Bradbury (tribute to Hemingway). Illustrations by Arthur Lidov. Oymyakon in Siberia - coldest place on earth. Full page red and black Honda 50 ad.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine
                       January 29, 1965Life Magazine January 29, 1965 : Cover - the White House for the inauguration.

In color - Inaugural spectacle of LBJ. Indonesia's president Sukarno. US mission to Mars, Mariner. Skier's worldly wardrobe - inventive Coloradan brings Arabian headgear to US slopes, Mrs. Vernon Taylor III of Denver. Lew Alcindor, high school basketball star. Five young Sicilians (see also November 20, 1964), the Rotolo boys find it difficult to adjust to sight after being blind. Epic of Sir Winston Churchill. Mad, Merry vicars of England, pen and ink illustrations by Gerald Scarfe. Art vandalism in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. Great dinners, part 13 - Carbonades a la Flamande. Full page color Hunt's catsup ad with fresh tomatoes in pot.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    February 5, 1965Life Magazine February 5, 1965 : Cover - Sir Winston Churchill's casket - bearing insignia of the Garter is carried by Grenadier Guards.

21 pages in color - Churchill's funeral. Explosion of freighter Maria Elizabeth, carrying propane in Chile. Full page color Kellogg's cornflake ad with Hawaiian woman pouring coconut milk on her cereal. Bert and Katya Gilden, author duo. Courtenay Fleetfoot champion whippet, "Ricky". Earl Huntington family moves from country to crowded New York City, many photos. Anti-U.S. demonstration in Manila. Cheating scandal at the Air Force Academy. Crippled Grace Jackson learns to walk by crawling. Two young American girls designer for Sears and for film in France. Neat Volkswagon bus ad.
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    February 12, 1965Life Magazine February 12, 1965 : Cover - Mercenaries mop up a Red-armed rebel position in the Congo.

On the scene report of Congolese rebel strength. Airlift of communist guns into the Congo. Honors and jail for Martin Luther King. Two consecutive pages color ad "Love and cookies," from Nabisco. The all-fall-down dance craze, La Bostella. Resurrection of an ironclad, the Yankee gunboat Cairo sunk at Vicksburg is raised. Private life of primates, part 1, great color photos of many species including the Aye-aye and the Tarsier. Interview with Sukarno. Cadet's story of cheating scandal : Air Force Academy cheating, Colorado Springs. Bill Zeckendorf, real estate giant in trouble. Fake hair fashions. Muhammad Ali writes his report on the Patterson - Chuvalo contest. Funny photo of Pauli Ukkonen at the ski jump in St. Moritz. Rod Taylor in "Young Cassidy." Very cute full page color Coca-Cola ad on back cover with two ladies in pink under hair dryers.
Good - $25 buy now
Fair (All Good, but lower spine end has a minor water mark) - $12 buy now

Life Magazine February 
                    19, 1965Life Magazine February 19, 1965 : Cover - Dr. Schweitzer at 90 - the great white wizard.

Critical turn in Vietnam. Dramatic photos of bullfighter Pepe Caceres taking a fall in Columbia. Applause for poet and playwright Robert Lowell. Primates Part 2 - Monkeys, more awesome photos of a wide variety of species. Special report on Yeman - Imam fight Nasser. Busy ski doctors - Arthur Ellison and Milton Wolf - set 350 fractures at Mt. Snow in Vermont. Look closely, can you find the dalmation in the photo of patchy snow and bare earth? Full page color Canada Dry ad show 10 youthful members of the Madison Square Boys Club, "distinguished panel of tasters."
Good - $20 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but cover has writing in a blank corner) - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but lower spine end has a minor water mark) - $9 buy now

Life Magazine February 
                    26, 1965Life Magazine February 26, 1965 : Cover - North Vietnam postage stamp showing machine-gunning of a US helicopter.

Vietnam : blows, counterblows, tense waits. Fly a plane, full page Cessna ad with coupon to pilot a plane for $5. Split second record of a bank robbery, Western Manchester branch of United California Bank with security camera. Plot to blow up the Statue of Liberty, New York police arrest four extremists as a dynamite scheme goes askew - Black Liberation front. Movie company's desert ordeal in filming “The Reward.” Pop art in refrigerators. Small photo of Ringo Starr and new wife Maureen Cox. Half page obit for Nat King Cole. Pop art in fashions. Drug addiction, Part 1. Ideas in Houses, Part 2 : columns and a back porch. Mario Savio, leader of campus rebellion at University of California. Full page Maytag washer ad with wedding photo of Thomas and Dolores Loughlin of Bridgewater, New Jersey. Really cool two page color Simmons ad with about 40 different current sofas.
Good - $13 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    March 5, 1965Life Magazine March 5, 1965 : Cover - Burned out building.

Largest Muslim mosque bombed out after Malcolm X's killing. Death of Malcom X and the resulting vengeful gang war. Full page Mutual of New York (MONY) ad with motorcycle cop Robert Adam, California. A monument to Negro upheaval. Search for world peace, Pacem in Terris convenes in New York with world thinkers in attendance. Two page color Volkswagen Station Wago ad holds entire population of Jiggs, Nevada. Strange case of a man with two wives, Larry Bader. Alexander Calder the mobile maker. Paris fashions in color. Otto Preminger's Navy, a miniature flotilla for a bovie. Sarah Caldwell, opera. Cristina becomes Mrs. Henry Ford II. Drug addicts, Part 2. Cozumel - isle for the idle. The funny photo we've all seen - the kitten riding in a ladle of pasta, Ronald Spillman. Full page New England Life ad has photo of Tom Mix and Mayor Jimmy Walker of New York on city hall steps in 1928. Full page color Winston ad with cartoon-style illustration of skiers taking a tumble.
Fair (Generally Very Good, but back cover has a water spot) - $22 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    March 12, 1965Life Magazine March 12, 1965 : Cover - Julie Andrews.

A hit again in her new movie "Sound of Music," photos from the premiere include Bette Davis, Salvador Dali, and Harry Belafonte. Perilous search for lost brother in Vietnam - Donald Dawson searches for his brother Danny. Two page color Nabisco ad with game "Pin the Cookie on the Smile". Dawn Fraser and her uproarious conduct at the Olympics. Sequel to on-camera bank robbery - culprit sees his pictures in LIFE and surrenders to the FBI. Aspen's awful surfer problem - surfers on skis and more - funny! Who is this Bobby Vinton? U.S. Protocol Chief Lyod Hand and his wife Ann, diplomacy and glamour. Ideas in Houses Part 3 - Nathaniel Curtis Jr. family in New Orleans. One and a half page color RCA ad with Jack Benny and Johnny Carson on the "Tonight Show".
Good - $26 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover has light soil and light wear) - $13 buy now

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Life Magazine 
                    March 19, 1965Life Magazine March 19, 1965 : Cover - Alabama troopers await marching Negroes in Selma

(Civil rights - the savage season begins), Martin Luther King, Jr. sets strategy. U.S. Embassies under siege. Three page color Kelvinator refrigerator ad shows 17 new "personalized" appliances, red with sequined dragons, black with a carriage lamp, woodgrain with an "embroidered sampler" top, more. Cal Berkeley's president Clark Kerr resigns. Marines land in South Vietnam. Colorado gives young hoodlums a tour of prison death row. Danny Kaye with 4 year old co-star Victoria Meyerink. Travel - South Morocco. Golden eagle escapes from London Zoo and spends 12 days at large, tormenting terriers and inspiring residents. Sweden's Max von Sydow portrays Christ. Peace Corps' re-entry crisis, workers not so happy to be home. Full page RC Cola ad with smiling young woman in English riding attire..
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Life Magazine 
                    March 26, 1965Life Magazine March 26, 1965 : Cover - Martin Luther King holding a wreath to the martyred Rev. James Reeb.

With Walter Reuther, Archbishop Iakovos and others in Selma, Alabama. Full page color Kelvinator "Foodarama" refrigerator ad. Russia's fabulous art museum, the Hermitage. Historic turning point for the Negro's cause, march on Washington elicits strong support for civil rights from President Johnson. Nice full page color Ford ad with red Ford Galaxie 500, showing inside and outside. Queen Elizabeth finally meets Wallace Simpson at hospital bed of Duke of Windsor, ending 3 decades of ostracism. Photo essay: the Hermitage, photos by Dmitri Kessel. Last of Farouk's 1,001 nights. Gene Mauch of the Calamity Phillies, baseball. Movie Stunt men on the set of "Major Dundee". Off the shoulder fashions. Great Dinners, Part 15 - stuffed ham. Win a Honda just for being born, full page black and red Parker pen ad promotes motorbike giveaway based on birthdates.
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Life Magazine April 
                    2, 1965Life Magazine April 2, 1965 : Cover - Frogmen escort astronaut Young as he awaits pickup in raft near space capsule.

Gemini's journey, the astronauts' own story, by Gus Grissom and John Young. Full page color ad of a judge in chambers pouring milk on his Kellogg's Corn Flakes. Moscow welcomes the cosmonauts - space walker tells of historic ten minutes outside ship. Montgomery march ends in murder of white worker, Mrs. Viola Liuzzo killed by Ku Klux Klan. Robert Kennedy on Mt. Kennedy, the climb he did with James W. Whittaker, (Jim Whittaker) and others. Les Girls in Mexico, Brigitte Bardot and Jeanne Moreau on the set of "Viva Maria". Fox hunt sabotage in England. The Kennedys hear Callas at the Metropolitan Opera. Hermitage, Part 2. William Bradley of Princeton, basketball star. Cryosurgery gives doctors a new weapon. American Negro discovers a new racist threat, black mask of angry Africa. Francis B. Sayre, head of Washington cathedral. Very cute full page color Coca-Cola ad on back cover with couple at drive-in. Funny photo of fireman Bertil Quick sliding down long ladder.
Good - $24 buy now
Fair
(All Good, nice, but cover has a minor address label scar in corner) - $16 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover has a small central tear that is taped on the backside) - $10 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    9, 1965Life Magazine April 9, 1965 : Cover - Senator Kennedy on the summit of Mt. Kennedy, with family flag.

Our climb up Mt. Kennedy by Robert Kennedy, with photos of historic first summit of the Canadian mountain named for JFK. Bomb at the Saigon embassy. Cute full page color Kellogg's Rice Crispies ad with six girls at a pajama party. Fabulous new Los Angeles county Museum of Art. Earthquake in Chile. “The Odd Couple” - a new comedy with Walter Mathau and Art Carney. Hermitage, Part 3 - the moderns. Out of a starting field of 47, only 14 finish the Aintree steeplechase. Willie Pastrano loses his title to Jose Torres, boxing. Lesley Gore, teen-age pop singer. Back pain and troubles, cartoon-style illustrations by Erdoes. Houston's domed ball park, Astro-dome. Fashion - the space age flair Full page RCA television ad with picture of Marilyn Maxwell, Jill St. John, and Rhonda Fleming giving smooches to Bob Hope.
Good - $13 buy now

Life Magazine April 
                    16, 1965Life Magazine April 16, 1965 : Cover - gruesome scene inside a helicopter Yankee Papa 13 in a fight, with chaos and a dying pilot.

Photographer Larry Burrows flies with a brave crew in a deadly fight, Lance Corporal James C. Farley crew chief, gunner Hoilien. Vietcong zero in on vulnerable US copters. Full page color Hunt's flavored catsup ad, hickory flavor and pizza flavor. Bill Dooley, new Met opera star. Fashion Op takes after Op Art. Space suits, protection from freezing, frying, bubbling to death. Olympic Gold Swimmer Schollander enters Yale. 100 years ago - Lincoln's death, assassination, conspiracy, aftermath, many historic photos. Ideas in Houses - Beach Home, Bill and Glenn Cooper in California. Bold two page Polaroid camera ad, economy model of the Color Pack Camera. Page and a half Del Monte foods ad of big "chef" salad using many canned food products. Full page Suzuki motorcycle ad with polo players on motorcycles (Regional page).
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Life Magazine 
                    April 23, 1965Life Magazine April 23, 1965 : Fold-out cover - Frank Sinatra.

Sinatra talks about his music and himself. Neat ad for Mustang GT Red, three pages inside cover. The KKK rides again - shameful activity near Bogalusa, Louisiana, Ku Klux Klan. American Hope Cooke becomes queen of Himalayan kingdom of Sikkim. Admiral Ulysses S. Grant Sharp, boss of U.S. forces in Vietnam. Twin tornados in Ohio. Charles Steinmetz and Albert Einstein. Buffalo has far-out art festival with dancing nudes and more. Solid fuel Rocket dilemma. Houston's great astrodome blunder, players can't see when the sun shines. Unhappiest Circus - stranded in Lebanon. Zingy lightweight motorcycles - some got 200 miles per gallon! - with excellent two page color illustration. Jack Nicklaus - Masters champ and three club virtuoso, family and trophy photos. Full page Maytag washer ad features family of Richard Grab of West Reading, Pennsylvania. Half page Shinola shoe polish ad.
Good - $48 buy now
Fair
(All Good, but cover is neatly loose from staples) - $24 buy now
Fair (Generally Good, but cover is loose, spine taped, bumped corner) - $16 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    April 30, 1965Life Magazine April 30, 1965 : Cover - Living 18-week-old inside its amniotic sac.

Unprecedented photographic feat in color : the drama of life before birth. Really odd looking full page color Rambler ad with red fastback Marlin car. Students in ferment - protesting and crusading college students across the country speak out against Vietnam war. Floods along the Mississippi, including Alma, Wisconsin, Delano Minnesota, Lake City, Minnesota, and Wabasha, Minnesota with Jim Fitzgerald. Italy's strikes. Murder of a star clown, Paul Jung. Remedy for Houston's astrodome. Special report - Venezuela, downfall of pair of Communist money-couriers. “Brute” Krulak of the Marines. Crack-up of a racing car, astounding photos, David “Red” Ryder, West Sacramento Speedway. My life as an immortal myth, by Al Capp, with illustrations. Very cute photo of Great Dane carrying a Chihuahua in a basket, Barbara Woodhouse. Full page Broxodent Automatic toothbrush ad with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dean of Columbus, Ohio. Full page Johnson boat motor ad touts their role in the Miami-Nassau powerboat race.
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Life Magazine 
                    May 7, 1965Life Magazine May 7, 1965 : Cover - John Wayne in cowboy hat.

After a bout with cancer, he is back in action. Vietnam - view from the cockpit. Two page Standard Oil ad with story on small town boys baseball team hungry on the road. Estrangement between the President and the White House press corps. Le Rosey is world's most exclusive boys academy. Early Bird communications satellite, built by Hughes Aircraft Company. Jo Hughes tells high society what to wear. U.S. Marines land in Domincan Republic. Surprising, shocking treatment helps (?) autistic and schizophrenic children. Roger Miller's "King of the Road", Miller at home in L.A. Pastor Bonhoeffer - hanged by Nazis - his impact on Protestantism. Jean Harlowe played by Carroll Baker and Carol Lynley in two films by the same title releasing simultaneously in Hollywood, producers are enemies. Ideas in Houses - Cyril Jobson home in Redwood Canyon. Polar bear mom disciplines unruly cub by taking the cubs entire head in her mouth. Full page Pepsi-Cola Bottlers $2,000,000 shopping spree, win groceries and a house.
Very Good
- $68 buy now
Good - $58 buy now
Fair (All Good, with very nice front cover, but back cover is missing a corner) - $38 buy now

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Life 
                    Magazine May 14, 1965Life Magazine May 14, 1965 : Cover - Pat McGee of San Diego, National girls' champion skateboarder.

The craze and menace of skateboards, skateboarding, many photos but the best one might be Brother Simon and Brother Ambrose of Denver's Mullen school in regalia and boards. Full page color American Bike Month ad with lots of photos of happy people on bicycles. Aboard a carrier off Vietnam. US forces seal off the rebellion in the Dominican Republic. Space walk - Cosmonaut Pavel Belyayev and Alexei Leonov's story. Television star Soupy Sales.Why don't penguins get lost? See-through sweaters. Andrew Wyeth and his art, two-page photo of "Christina's World," other famous pieces. World's Fair financial troubles. Famous pool player tells you how to win, Minnesota Fats = Rudolf Wanderone, popularity of home pool tables. Photo of sign painter Vic Eskildsen repairing a sign. Full page Association of American Railroads ad with automobiles riding to market on freight trains.
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Life Magazine 
                    May 21, 1965Life Magazine May 21, 1965 : Cover - Matt Murphy and the Klan Murder trial, Ku Klux Klan.

KKK. Pictorial summation of a tragicomic mistrial by Robert W. Kelley - Viola Liuzzo, Leroy Moton. Fiery skies salute V-E day, great fireworks photos. Iron sights and a family reunion - Cesar Encarnacion. Andre Courreges a new powerhouse of fashion in Paris. Two page color Greyhound bus ad with many travelers relaxing in bus seats. Indian reporter Edith Josie writes about the Yukon. Shotputter Randy Matson busts the 70ft record. Hear the big sound - teen music Hullabaloo - Donna McKechnie, June Wilson, Lada Edmund Jr, and The Pacemakers, Righteous Brothers, The Supremes, Herman, Wayne Fontana, Dave Clark Five, The Dreamers, The Rolling Stones, Petula Clark, The Beach Boys, The Beatles. Growth and evolution of Rock n' Roll. Julian Lennon at age 2. Elvis and Harem Holiday. XC-142, Ryan XV-5A, Hawker Siddeley P-1127, and Lockheed Hummingbird vertical take off and landing planes. Young Genius - Michael Grost - Michigan State University and James E. Powell.  Neon sculpture. Vladimir Horowitz - Return to Triumph - Turkish March. Colin Newlove jumps his Ayrshire bull in Bugthorpe Yorkshire. Full page color Sealtest Prestige French Ice Cream ad, ice cream for the adventurous, if you dare.
Good - $25 buy now
Fair (All Good, but has water marked corner tip) - $12 buy now

Life Magazine May 28, 
                    1965Life Magazine May 28, 1965 : Cover - Congressman John Lindsay.

In search of a Vietnam hero, about Harold Dale Meyerkord. The struggle to bring together two sides of the Dominican Republic. Lindsay runs for mayor. Full page Foster Grant ad with Peter Sellers. Camouflage not quite enough for Ringo Starr. Nice full page color Rambler ad with silver Marlin. Avalanche off Zugspitze onto Schneefernerhaus Hotel, Germany. Menacing rise in emphysema. Photo essay - the Himalayas. Tribute to JFK at Runnymede. Liza Minnelli in first Broadway show, "Flora, the Red Menace". Nuclear power of China. New fashion turns big girls into little girls (gak!). Great Dinner - strawberry shortcake. Rooster crossing photo. Two page Kodak film ad with pictures of family at the N.Y. World's Fair.
Very Good
- $20 buy now
Good
- $10 buy now

Life Magazine June 
                    4, 1965Life Magazine June 4, 1965 : Cover - Expectant mother gets blood test for measles.

German measles and pregnancy, current US epidemic will damage up to 20,000 babies. Cheating scandal rocks bridge world, Britain's Reese and Schapiro were accused of using signals at Buenos Aires. Two page color Budweiser ad, who says beer doesn't grow on trees? Germ free plastic bubble, isolation for burn patients, 4 year old Kim Neeland and her father converse through the bubble. Mother Cecilia's revolt in Canada, she won't give up her 120 animals. Close-up of Gunter Grass, novelist. Sunglasses are “in.” Ernest Durig the artist who faked works by Rodin, many photos of the fakes and the "real" thing. Louella Parsons, Hollywood queen, photos of "Lolly" with Jean Harlow, Mary Pickford, Marilyn Monroe, many more. Ideas in Houses, a private place - Frank Schlesinger of Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Cute photo of Diane Sue Kennedy and coed cadet corps at Ohio State. Inside cover full page color Oreo cookie ad, whipping the filling.
Very Good
- $20 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    June 11, 1965Life Magazine June 11, 1965 : Cover - Waterloo - 150 year anniversary, many historic paintings from world collections accompany story.

The law and the homosexual problem. Full page color Kellogg's Corn Flakes ad with blonde cowgirl on a hay bale with saddle. Two page Edison Electric Institute ad features the James and Dora Jane Morris family of Glade Hill, Virginia. Pakistan-India war. Farcical British Balloon race. Lee Marvin actor. George Balanchine talks about ballet, photos of rehearsals and productions, including nice shot of Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev in La Bayadere. Students go after higher degrees to get better jobs or get out of the draft. Pretty girls walk dogs in New York city, Sue Frelinghuysen, Katherine Merrick, Claire Dunant and Sydney Smith, Carol Brooks. Lee Marvin turn to comedy in “Cat Ballou.” David Smith, master of steel and iron, dies. Neat water skiing photo of Charles Franklin Dees, Jr. Two-half-page color ad for The Yellow Rolls-Royce with a huge cast, including Rex Harrison, Shirley MacLaine, Ingrid Bergman, graphic poster style illustrations Back cover twins in red bathing suits Coke ad.
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, but cover rough at spine) - $7 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    June 18, 1965Life Magazine June 18, 1965 : Cover - Space walk.

16 pages of color inside related to space, Gemini 4, Astronaut Edward White's space walk, photos by Astronaut McDivitt, and more. Arab - Israeli tension, scare water fuels trouble. Two page color Sears ad features golfer Doug Ford, on the Ted Williams Sports Advisory staff to Sears. A guy named Halston at Bergdorf Goodman demonstrates multiple head coverings from a net dome and a silk scarf on Sandy Hilton. Mission Control Flight Director Christopher Kraft, medical director Dr. Charles Berry, keep vigil on Gemini 4. Italian cruise ship Michelangelo's maiden voyage. High jumper Thomas visits higher jumper Russian Brumel. First of three part series as Lyndon Johnson assumes Presidency after assassination of Kennedy. Peggy Guggenheim, art collector, close-up article with photo in ridiculous 18th Century sunglasses. Cute photo of poodle Suzy pulling a parking meter in Manhattan.
Good - $22 buy now

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                    June 25, 1965Life Magazine June 25, 1965 : Cover - tiger.

Photographed in the jungles of India, the Tiger's kill, photos by Stan Wayman. Full page color ad for the Sandpiper, "a adult love story," with Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Eva Marie Saint, more, unknown artist illustration in nice, looser style. Astronaut's own stories, McDivitt and White, great photo of balloons dressed to look like astronauts hovering over downtown Chicago, where welcome parade was held. Buckingham show of Millinery force, ladies and their hats in the palace gardens. Triple murder in Kansas at Farmers State Bank in Big Springs, Nebraska : Lois Hothan, Glenn Hendricksen, and Andreas Kjeldgaard - killed by Duane Pope, football player. Stock market spooks itself, experts give their views. Little photo of Louis Armstrong in Swedish fire helmet. Italian Siamese twins are separated. Union leader I.W. Abel, steelworkers. Sybil Burton, rise of actor's divorced wife as businesswoman and society celebrity. Making of the President, part 2, how GOP rivals destroyed themselves. Hawaii exports a new style, cut-down pajamas. Martin Buber, great Jewish philosopher, dies. Photo of Dodger's Willie Davis with his baseball bat flying through the air loose. Full page Champion spark plug ad with photos of Ron Musson winning the '64 Gold Cup speedboat race.
Good - $13 buy now

NOTE : In a few cases from 1963 on, some content varies by the distribution region, Eastern vs. Western half of the USA.
The difference is typically just a few ads, but may apply to a short piece on the back of an ad page.
If you need a specific ad or short piece or photo, note this in the COMMENTS section of the order form, thanks.

 

Life Magazine 
                    July 2, 1965Life Magazine July 2, 1965 : Cover - Deeper into Vietnam - marine evacuation.

Ad for Bethlehem Steel and new beer cans. Ad for 1965 Rambler Classic. Ad for Foster Grants and Louis Jourdan. New fury in Vietnam - photos by Horst Faas - featuring Johnny Ray McCully, Dong Xoai. The hard realities of power demand that we must go on by Eugene Rostow. Ad for Gainesburgers. Tommy Steele goes from rock 'n' roll star to Broadway sensation. Degas' American cousins - Edgar Degas photo study of his work done in New Orleans. Obituary for Bernard Baruch - nation's venerable kibitzer, unofficial adviser to presidents. Japanese journalist writes about Vietcong hellhole - Akihiko Okamura. Excerpts from The Making of the President - 1964 by Theodore H. White. Ad for Carling Black Label. Skewered feast of lamb chops. Come to the riot, see Wiers Beach burn by Michael Mok in Laconia New Hampshire. Funny photo of small dog gazing up at elevated fire hydrant. Full page color ad for Squirt soda with red rock canyon in the background.
Very Good - $42 buy now
Good - $32 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    July 9, 1965Life Magazine July 9, 1965 : Cover - Bathing beauty prepares to leap off yacht in Mediterranean.

Luxury and Languor of Riviera Yachting. Photos from Fritz Loewe's yacht the Fatima, Prince Rainier and Grace's 54-footer, Basil Mavroleon's 190-foot Radiant II, more. Neat full page Maytag ad with Sherwood family. NASA plans to use firefly chemicals to light a micro-organism indicator in space. Medical intern's year - the making of a doctor. Lasers on the cancer fighting frontier. Greatest pie fight ever in a movie, The Great Race, with Natalie Wood, Jack Lemmon, more. Amazing photos of flaming airliner in mid-air taken by passenger James Krick, Pan American flight 843 landed safely after losing engine and part of a wing. Erich Leinsdorf, Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor. Vidal Sassoon, hairdresser, visits US. Laser tried as surgical tool for cancer. Juanita Stout, judge, stirs up Philadelphia by the way she handles delinquents. Full page light and power companies ad illustrates flying mobile camper of the future. 1.0
Good - $10 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    July 16, 1965Life Magazine July 16, 1965 : Cover - JFK. First portrait of Kennedy by a member of his team.

A Thousand days - start of a series by Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., many family and work photos. Full page single color Schlitz ad, "We have our head examined every month." Monsignor Stadtmiller is forcibly removed from Isleta Pueblo after antagonizing his native parishioners one too many times. Agent 008 - where are you? Singapore's Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, "brilliant, but a bit of a thug". Pop Art collectors at home with their treasures. Ford Lotus car, built like a fine watch, photo of driver Jim Clark of Scotland, winner of Indianapolis 500, in car, two page photo, "exploded view" of the car's parts. Corny films about surfing, beach life and the joys of being young. Ancient ills in clay, tiny clay figures by ancient sculptors of Mexico and South America may have been put in tombs to record cause of death. Ideas in Houses - Gerald Nickoll's in Milwaukee. Edison Electric Institute ad features the Kenneth and Marilyn White family of Oklahoma City. Charming full page color Honda motorcycle ad with very small cycle, father and son, giraffes in the background.
Good - $22 buy now

Life Magazine 
                    July 23, 1965Life Magazine July 23, 1965 : Cover - Adlai Stevenson at his home in Libertyville, Illinois.

Adlai Stevenson, 1900-1965. First close look at Mars, Mariner IV.  Alfred and Blanche Knopf, publishers, celebrate a golden anniversary. Full page Suzuki motorcycle ad, Lawrence Schiller photo of cowboy using motorcycle to cut yearlings from a bison herd in Custer State Park, South Dakota. New lingerie can now be worn and in public - seen here on the island of Tobago. Marital mix-up of Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti, married or not, bigamous or not? New US strategy in Vietnam. Bay of Pigs, Part 2 of “A Thousand Days.” by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Nostalgia in American museums,Winslow homer, William Merrit Chase, others. Hale Champion's first person account of his family's ordeal while held as hostages. Funny photo of Tom Shirley, taking a break by sitting on an alligator. Full page Chesterfieild's ad features broker Richard Brown, New York, fashion designer Jeanne Sully, California, waterworks foreman Edward R. Sullivan of Massachusetts. 1.0
Very Good - $20 buy now
Good - $10 buy now
Fair (All Good, nice, but has address label scar on cover) - $5 buy now

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                    Magazine July 30, 1965Life Magazine July 30, 1965 : Cover - Mickey Mantle at 33 in his 15th year with the New York Yankees.

Mantle's misery - he faces physical pain and a fading career. Part 3 of “A thousand days” by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Crisis in Greece, ouster of a prime minister, but good news too, with the birth of a new princess, Alexia. Full page MONY ad features sheep rancher Eugene Garber of Ismay, Montana. McNamara launches a bombing raid in Vietnam. Barber hoses down civil rights demonstrators in Bogalusa. Justice Goldberg leaves the Supreme Court and succeed's Adlai Stevenson at the U.N. Oskar Werner, actor, now in US films. New source of nurses, women over 30. Vice President Hubert Humphrey, a changed man. More and more boys with mop-tops. Summer slush skiing on Mount Baker, Washington. Shirley Temple's daughter, Sue Black. Full page color ad for Barbie, Barbie Sew-Free clothes, Color n' Curl Fashion Wig. 1.0
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                    August 6, 1965Life Magazine August 6, 1965 : Cover - U.S.S. Oklahoma City shells the Vietcong.

In action with the Navy off Vietnam - the fleet lashes out, photos of pilots at briefing, Lt. j.g. David Saas, Lt. tom Rooney, Lt. j.g. Phil Bloomer, and Lt. Don McKinney. Full page Maytag washer ad features Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trivieri of Plattsburg, New York and their 8 children.100th anniversary of first ascent of the Matterhorn. Russia's lethal surface-to-air missile. Big SEC row over Texas Gulf Sulphur. Patrick Hemingway, son of Ernest, teaches wildlife conservation to future game wardens in Africa. Photo essay: Dominican Republic. Mariner IV pictures of Mars. El Cordobes of Spain- beatnik bullfighter. Panczko brothers crime wave in Chicago. Bobbie Brooks company tries to predict teenage fashion trends in advance using teen panels and computers, and can ya dig those groovy patterned tights? Full page color Kodak Instamatic movie camera ad.
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                    August 13, 1965Life Magazine August 13, 1965 : Cover - Lady Bird Johnson writes about her private world - with 10 pages of photos.

Ronald Reagan for governor by Shana Alexander. Full page Yamaha ad promotes new Disney movie "The Monkey's Uncle," with Annette Funicello and a chimp named Stanley. Fantastic drug that creates quintuplets - Lawson Quints, Shirley Ann Lawson, Dr. Donini, Dr. Gemzell. Seattle's big blowout for a killer whale - Namu. Photo of Norman Mailer arm wrestling Cassius Clay. Not by soap alone - big boom in men's beauty aids - Marshall Tulin. The Ark that John built - John Huston and The Bible movie. Tennis fashions with Julie Anthony, Rosemarie Stack, Alma Petit, Madelyn Gonzales, Mrs. Robert McLeod, Mrs. Peter Bren. Van Alen tennis system new rules for Pancho Gonzales. Santo Domingo - June 14th The Rebels by Miguel Acoca. "The Young Americans" sing Waiting for the Robert E. Lee and other classics. Here I am back at Alcatraz East by Art Buchwald - Parris Island. Full page color Kellogg's Rice Krispies ad with a Japanese theme. Fortress by the sea - Lawrence Buttenwieser home. Full page Sugar Information ad says sugar sweetens dispositions and is all energy. 1.0
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                    20, 1965Life Magazine August 20, 1965 : Cover - The Draft - new inductees at Ft. Knox.

Exploring depths of sea and men by Loudon Wainwright. Ground Zero at Hiroshima 20 years later. Foldout Simmons Beautyrest ad for the 6 1/2 foot-wide King Size mattress. New voting law in action - voting registration in segregated counties in the deep south, Johnson signs voting rights Act of 1965. Seagoing soap opera of Frank Sinatra. Joe Namath the highest paid rookie in football history. Fashion from Caroline Charles for Jonathan Logan, Pauline Trigere, big bold patterns for fall. Rodeo - the breakneck spectacle photos by Carlo Bavagnoli with Shawn Davis. Dr Pepper ad with Harmon cartoon by Johnny Hart. Brand new baby for the UN - Singapore by Robert Morse. Death sails west on the “Seven Seas” murder in the Florida Straits. The ins and outs of pop culture - 1965 by Gloria Steinem. Creepy photo of a gourmet dinner: frog legs in white wine. Half page Lee Riders ad features Gus Weeks working on a Colorado Ranch.
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                    August 27, 1965Life Magazine August 27, 1965 : Cover - Los Angeles resident flees his home set afire in riot.

Arson and Street War in Watts - most destructive riot in U.S. History - 11 pages in color. Full page color GMC pickup ad with body of truck lifted off chassis. Phenomenal success of Walter Keane and his big-eyed waif paintings. New film fantasy by Italy's Fellini, Giulietta. Rifle that killed Kennedy - its trail from a factory in Italy to a collector in Denver. National gun problem. 15-month old Nelson Rockefeller Jr. , family photos. Smith Parratt, Brita Noring and others - Part of bad Grizzly bear attack in Glacier National Park. Five chefs give weekend cookout for friends: Pierre Franey, Jacques Pepin, Roger Fessaguet, Jean Vergnes, Rene Verdon. My visits with Kosygin and tito by W. Averell Harriman. Full page inside cover color Bethlehem Steel ad for no-return soft drink cans. 1.0
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                    September 3, 1965Life Magazine September 3, 1965 : Cover - Astronaut Conrad at start of flight.

In color - the anatomy of the Gemini 5 spacecraft. Funny full page color Volkswagon ad with overloaded station wagon. Marines use new tactics on the Vietcong, the battle of Chu Lai. Vietcong terror in a village, Loc Dien. Giants Pitcher Juan Marichal hits Dodgers Catcher Roseboro with a bat in baseball's Candlestick Park Melee. Underwater Society of America meets 35 foot underwater, plus gadgets to explore the deep, great photo of divers sitting in chairs at boardroom table off Grand Bahama island. 20th Anniversary of Indonesia's independence, China's foreign minister sleeps through the festivities. Bing Crosby and his 7-year old son Harry on the set of Stagecoach, filming near Denver. Color photos of gaudy new styles from Paris. Medicare launched - into a shambles. Ideas in houses - pavilions on pillars, Talbot Tantoul home in Martha's Vineyard. Funny photo of Louis Budnick's steer with it's head stuck in an apple tree. Full page color Western electric ad boasts of their still-working 1918 sewing machine and their reliable phones. 1.0
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                    September 10, 1965Life Magazine September 10, 1965 : Cover - Image of baby's head in womb projected by ultrasound.

Control of life series, Part 1, audacious experiments promise decades of added life, superbabies with improved minds and bodies, and even a kind of immortality, close-up photos of experiments in fetal surgery done on monkeys and fetal opossums in artificial womb, disturbing or fascinating or both?, plant experiments lead to speculation about possible reproduction without sex. Full page color United States Steel mattress spring ad with "Little King" comic by Otto Soglow. Triumph of Gemini 5, photos of sea landing, retrieval of astronauts Gordon Cooper and Charles Conrad, photos of families waiting at home. Brief obit with nice photo of architect Corbusier. News brief of retirement of baseball's Casey Stengel. Close-up of Bill Moyers, young press secretary at the White House. Haunting beauty of Senta Berger, new film star. Minnesota Twins' miracle coach, Johnny Sain. Jim Aubrey's dismissal as president of CBS, allegations of kickbacks and playboy contempt. Rosalind Russell, film star, great color photos as she launches 47th film at age 53. Full page Maytag washer ad features family of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Trevisan of Detroit, Michigan.
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                    September 17, 1965Life Magazine September 17, 1965 : Cover - Indian soldier totes a bazooka on the front in Kashmir.

Pakistani - Indian hatred, shock of a new war. Robert Manry photographs and writes about his single-handed voyage across the Atlantic on the Tinkerbelle. Tape-it-yourself TV, a new pastime - this looks like the first VCR, but on larger format like film. Two page color Sylvania Blue Dot Flashcube ad, a revolution in flash picture taking, four in a row without changing bulbs! Bill Buckley running for New York mayor, sort of. British fashion, dizzier than ever. Paratrooper Bill Horan's tough school for Cheerleaders runs like Marine boot camp. Control of Life, Part 2 - Kidney transplant from dead donor for Wolf Sturmer. Albert Schweitzer is buried at Lambarene. Everything's up to date in Kuwait, one out of every 468 citizens is a millionaire. Jules Feiffer, cartoonist. Yummy full page color Life Savers candy ad for new Fancy Fruits flavors. Humor in the form of a full page photo of the Broadway theater on fire in Newburgh, New York with "HELP" on the marque.
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                    24, 1965Life Magazine September 24, 1965 : Cover - Baja California from the Gemini spaceship.

From 100 miles up in Gemini 5 : most remarkable views of earth ever recorded shots of Morocco, Iran, Egypt, Cape Kennedy and more from space. Cooper and Conrad write their stories of the flight. Surprise in Pakistan - India war, Pakistan's President Khan asks the US to make both sides stop fighting. Mont-Saint-Michel at 1,000. Hurricane Betsy strikes Miami and New Orleans. Ike at home in Gettysburg as his 75th birthday approaches. Fashion - return of the ankle strap. Control of life, part 3 - Manmade and transplanted organs temporary hook-up to pig liver, artificial heart valve, experimental artificial hearts, plastic corneas. Hector Oliveras, 3 and a half years old of New York slums, new Project Head Start aims to give poor children a leg up on school. Author Norman Mailer. Le Corbusier, legacy of a great architect, nice color photos of Harvard University's Visual Arts Center and the chapel at Ronchamp. Very funny photo of Carol LaMarre and horse Tic Toc sharing an apple. back cover full page color ice cold Coca-Cola and french fries ad.
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                    October 1, 1965Life Magazine October 1, 1965 : Cover - fold out photo of Eskimos and sport called Nulukatuk. (tossing a person up from a walrus hide blanket).

Alaska, land of risks and high promise - the 49th state in color, astounding photo of fisherman Paul LeRoy with 13-pound king crab. Nice three page fold-out Ford ad with dark blue LTD. Plus four more full page color Ford ads including Mustang. Willie Mays gives baseball its finest hours, many photos, 501st career home run. Hanoi - inside the enemy capital. Small photo of Ringo Starr and wife and new baby, Zak. Amazing aerial photo of grassland fire in Napa Valley. Report on West German elections. Cecilia Benattar, toughest woman in real estate. Opening of The Metropolitan National Company in Indianapolis, a different mood and attitude from New York. Control of life - the new man, essay asks the big questions: Which men will we assign to play God, when is a dead man really dead, can a virus give you algebra instead of flu? Astronauts meet the cosmonauts. Great TV spy scramble: Wild, Wild West, Men from U.N.C.L.E., Get Smart, I Spy. Half page "stop smoking" ad with World Series pitcher Whitey Ford for Bantron smoking deterrent tablets.
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Life Magazine October 8, 1965Life Magazine October 8, 1965 : Cover - Elizabeth Logue on Kauai, fold-out cover.

Hawaii, vigor and languor on glowing tropical isles - the 50th state in color. Nice three page fold-out Chevrolet ad with white Caprice. Plus five more pages of color Chevrolet ads. Chinese patrol on rim of India. Astronauts Cooper and conrad on good-will tour in Africa. Cold-blooded killing of student in Santo Domingo. Playlike wedding come true, Gracie Goetschel and Neil Ruecker. Jeane Dixon, real estate agent who dabbles in the occult. Neighborhood row over pet wolves, George and Ruth Wilson in Calverton Park, St. Louis, Missouri. Clara Bow - the “it” girl. Energetic Baltimore resident, Marise Ross, gets Negro children into exclusive schools. Brother ends his quest for US flyer Danny Dawson shot down by the Vietcong. Twin and rival football captains, George Peter (and Paul) Savidge. New Boobs by Rube Goldberg, sculpture. Full page Greenwood weatherproof nylon ad with skier in nylon jacket. Half page Supp-hose socks ad with Willie Mays.
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                    15, 1965Life Magazine October 15, 1965 : Cover - Pope Paul VI in Yankee Stadium, fold-out cover.

Pope Paul VI in America - in color, many photos, including full page smiling Jacqueline Kennedy at the U.N. Nice three full page color Ford truck ad with five different trucks, including Ranchero. Arthur Ashe, Negro tennis star. Luminescent, shiny fabrics in fashion... yes, the beads glow in the dark. Bush Pilot of Angel Falls, James Angel's son makes pilgrimage to his father's discovery. Oil Millionaire Nubar Gulbenkian. Astronaut Scott Carpenter in Sealab, 200 feet down for 30 days, his story. Volcano disaster, new crater in the Philippines - GREAT color photos. Mabel Mercer, singer, 50 years on stage. Are Women more romantic than men? - the answer by Robert Graves. Ideas in houses - Stepped back walls, John C. Cosby home in St. Louis. Uproar over otters, imperiled by nuclear test off Amchitka Island. Full page color Mattel toys ad features Chester O'Chimp, Porky Pig, Baby Pattaburp, more. Extremely nice full page phto of William Yu and Stonley Kwong with their family, at an Asian market in New York City - part of a Chemstrand Wear-dated clothing ad.
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                    22, 1965Life Magazine October 22, 1965 : Cover - Mary Martin in Vietnam, Hello Dolly and hell on the ground.

Airborne soldiers are trapped in “Iron Triangle” in a Vietnam ambush. Hubert Humphrey briefly takes over as LBJ undergoes gall bladder surgery. Disorders in Crawfordville, Georgia. A football first, the Twin tower play - Cornell players stand on shoulders to try to block goal. Military academy in Texas operates Marine style, Harlingen, Texas. Vikings' view of New World, when America was called Vinlanda. Bravura year for Italian fashion. Joe Don Looney is football's most talked about player. Pat Neal, actress and wife of author Roald Dahl, survives a terrible calamity, a stroke while pregnant. New light on dolphins, tuning in on their talk and sonar. Nice full page color Rambler ad with blue American convertible.
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                    29, 1965Life Magazine October 29, 1965 : Cover - Temples of Abu Simbel.

Moving a 15,000 ton treasure on the Nile, Egypt, dismantling the work of Ramses' men before the waters of the High Dam inundate them. Half page Thoman organ ad with Lawrence Welk, the Lennon Sisters, Jim roberts, and Bob Ralston. The suicide that lives in all of us. New York city faces decisive election. Vietnam protests, the answer to what Vietniks call a moral issue. Rod Steiger and Claire Bloom have a happily mismatched marriage. New skin grafting technique developed by Dr. H. Harlan Stone and Dr. J. C. Tanner of Atlanta's Emory University School of Medicine. Jet-liner show biz - funny piece about flying. Hugh Hefner and Playboy - the empire built on sex. Fred Astaire's new tricks at 66, nice photos at work and home. New worlds for make-up: rhinestones and real flower petals glued to eyes. LBJ shows off his surgery scars on the gold course. Funny photo of fireman Rocco Germano snacking while fire fighting. Full page color Acrilan ad features Rock Hudson wrapped in a Chatham blanket.
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                    November 5, 1965Life Magazine November 5, 1965 : Cover - JFK. A thousand days - Part 4: Life in the White House.

How 'White Housitis' affected J.F.K., his family and his friends. Full page Fiat ad, "second best shape in Italy," car diagonal on page with bikini model in front. Beauty and fitness ranch. Nobel Peace Prize goes to the children of the world via UNICEF. Mrs. Marjorie Merriweather Post, glamorous photos of her opulent showplace homes. Gemini 6 is scrubbed. Fidel and Cuban exodus. Football's rookie Butkus is blooded. Obituary of Paul Tillich, radical theologian. The boom in protest songs, Barry McGuire, Sonny and Cher, The Byrds, Donovan. Father's day on Broadway, theater hit Generation with Henry Fonda and The Impossible Years with Alan King. Full page color "movie poster" style illustrated ad for Charlton Heston, Richard Boone, and Rosemary Forsyth in Warlord. Full page EL AL Israel Airlines ad, "Gad is my co-pilot," (yes, G-A-D), Gad Katz, regional page.
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                    November 12, 1965Life Magazine November 12, 1965 : Cover - John Lindsay, next major of New York, holds up his son.

Stunning victory of a loner. Guam based B-52s hit the Vietcong, mission photos by Charles Moore and Charles Bonnay. Full page color Heublein Cocktails ad with Robert Goulet. Thurgood Marshall, distinguished Negro lawyer becomes Solicitor General. Colette Daiute of Paramus, N.J. is named Miss Teenage America. Nice little photo of Charlie Chaplin and Sophia Loren teaming up for new film. International necklines, often strapless. Movie critic Sorothy Seiberling pans "The Agony and the Ecstasy" as a mockery and dull deception. Year of luxury option sin cars. Nicole Alphand vacates her post as star hostess of Washington's Embassy row. Untamed surge of modern dance, Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham. A Thousand days, Part 5 - the Cuban missile crisis. Teresa Stratas, opera singer. Great dinners - Welsh Rabbit. Full page color Mattel Power shop ad, saws and drills real wood but doesn't hurt little fingers. Half page Christmas seals ad for holiday mail.
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                    19, 1965Life Magazine November 19, 1965 : Cover - View looking east from Times Square during blackout.

5:28 p.m. November 9th, the Lights went out in New York City, photo of Brenda Delora Smith born by candlelight at St. Francis Hospital during blackout. Full page color ad for movie "Battle of the Bulge" in Cinerama, with Henry fonda, Robert Shaw, Charles Bronson, more. Tarkenton, Vikings' football scrambler. Helen Gurley Brown turns editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. The Smithsonian museum, 200th anniversary of birth of founder James Smithson, illegitimate son of British nobleman who willed his entire fortune to the United States, a country he had never visited. Finland's army trains dog parachutists for border patrol, amazing photos of parapooches. Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon visit Hollywood. A Thousand days, conclusion. Cassius Clay, AKA Muhammad Ali, says he'll knock out Floyd Patterson in seven rounds. The Legacy of John F. Kennedy, last part of A Thousand Days series. George Segal, actor. Stylish blondes in Cleveland. Full page ad for motorized toy Mustang GT for $4.95 at Ford Dealers. full page color ad Avon for Men. A small ad booklet pertaining to mixed drinks inserted between pages 72 and 85 counts as pages 73-84 : this booklet may or may not be present in the copy you buy. Ask if you need it.
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                    Magazine November 26, 1965Life Magazine November 26, 1965 : Cover - Vietcong prisoner, held by US marines, eyes and mouth taped shut.

The blunt reality of war in Vietnam, but also compassionate piece about Hospitalman 2/c Josiah "Doc" Lucier giving care to villagers. Cute full page ad of woman in curlers at laundromat watching soap operas on her 9" Sony Anyplace TV. Death of a cruise ship, the Yarmouth Castle burns at sea, 80 lives lost. NYC Blackout sequel - what caused it. Rhodesia, the world's loneliest country. Indonesia's Sukarno still holds forth as his power wanes. Secretary of State Rusk and Senator Robert Kennedy encounter trouble in South America. Edie Sedgwick, the girl with the Black Tights. National Council on the Arts ponders how to spend $3 million in tax dollars. John Browning, pianist. Babar pays us a visit. The ghostly magic of football jersey 44 at Syracuse University. Amazing photo of car hung up in the electrical wires over a railroad track in Baltimore, car license plate FX-8887. Quarter page Mentholatum Deep Heating rub ad takes advantage of op art to create small but dizzying image.
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                    3, 1965Life Magazine December 3, 1965 : Cover - President Johnson dances with Princess Margaret.

Lord Snowdon leads Mrs. Johnson onto the floor, chef Rene Verdon prepares meal for royal guests at the White House, hand lettered place cards. Two page color General electric Christmas gift ideas ad has characters from Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer TV classic, including the elf who wants to be a dentist. Cassius Clay's inglorious victory. Amish children flee from a truant officer. "Cactus Jack" Garner at 97. James Lovell's upcoming Gemini flight may coincide with one by the stork. Bill Gargan's greatest role speaks against cancer. Super Ball, aren't those other toymakers sorry they turned it down? Stewardesses for the Jet Age - Pucci style - wild color two-page spread. Father Capon writes about wind, food, and marriage in "Bed and Board." A Washington school of social graces for preschoolers. New York Detective George Barrett. Great Houses - McNulty's of Lincoln, Massachusetts. Two-page Pontiac ad with live tiger under the hood.
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Life Magazine December 
                    10, 1965Life Magazine December 10, 1965 : Cover - Linebacker Tommy Nobis of Texas is nation's best defensive college football player.

Battle of the pros for the College stars, number one draft choice, Ron Medved's marriage on same day as start of draft, constant wedding shadow of NFL "sitter" to make sure Medved didn't sign with AFL, Denver coach Red Miller signs Bob Hadrick. Floodtide of trouble over Rhodesia. Cary Grant turns traffic cop. Britain's Prince charles, age 17, plays Macbeth. Voices of Buffy Sainte-Marie, Cree Indian singer. Madcap art of Saul Steinberg. Army Captain Ed Boyt fights the Vietcong while back home his wife and children struggle against loneliness and anxiety for his safety. Fashion - furs to wear indoors. Sudden pro-US shift in Afghanistan. Odor-sniffing machine. How the Antiwar marches happen. Nero Wolfe vs. the FBI, Rex Stout. Funny photo of Ray Keesen of Denver carrying a 50 foot tall spruce tree single-handedly. elegant full page color Almaden Vineyards ad of sunset at Paicines in California.
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Life Magazine December 
                    17, 1965Life Magazine December 17, 1965 : Cover - View from St. Peter's Domes.

Catholicism's epic venture, the council ends, its conflicts and achievements at Vatican II. Charles De Gaulle will face run-off election with Francious Mitterand. Ambitious space voyage, Gemini 7 and the families of astronauts Frank Borman and James Lovell. Full page color 007 After Shave and Cologne, but no Mr. Bond. Mid-air collision and two steady pilots, Charles White of Eastern Airlines and Tom Carroll of TWA - almost everyone survived. Alabama juries vote guilty for four Ku Klux Klansmen. Dante's Inferno through the ages, many images by a wide variety of artists, including 4-page foldout by Robert Rauscheberg of the modern inferno. How College girls really are - Princeton guidebook flunks the big campus test, lots of photos of campus beauties at eastern schools: Bennington, Mount Holyoke, Smith, Bryn Mawr, Bennett, Smith, Barnard. Barbara Harris, star, in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever on Broadway. Guy Lombardo, bandleader. Mmmm... must be the holidays, full page color Borden's Egg Nog ad.
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Life Magazine December                      24, 1965Life Magazine December 24, 1965 : Cover - Downtown Chicago in the twilight, fold-out cover.

Special double issue - the US city, its greatness is at stake. Great days of build and rebuild, historic photos of Boston, San Francisco, Baltimore, Seattle, more. Sweep of creative power. Villains, greed, indifference, you - amid slurbs and junk, we must find ways to save beauty. Bitter plague of slums, Gordon Tower. Boston Gladiator, Ed Logue, city planner. Architects talk about ugliness and vitality, James Rouse, Justin Herman, Robert Wood, I.M. Pei, more. What's to come : satellites, megastructures, platforms. Fantasies about what life and transportation will be like in the future: 100 mpg cruisers on a special expressway, Urbmobiles have a hands-off ride, air-cus ion craft, Aquamotels, vertical-rising aircraft, multi-tiered cities. Full page Electric Power and Light Companies ad predicts undersea vacation homes in the future. Philadelphia's future takes shape. Full page color ford stationwagon with "Magic Doorgate" ad.
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