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i just discovered the Life Magazine archives online , and for the last two hours have been lost in a beautifully historical journey through time. i have always loved the images you can find in Life,...
If you're in Massachusetts it would be lovely to see you for tea, at the Norman Rockwell Museum on Sunday, Oct. 2. I will be giving the following talk: Sex, Booze, and All That Jazz: The Humorous Illustration of Russell Patterson This illustrated lecture presents the work of Russell Patterson with over 50 images and a film clip. We will examine how his cartoons of the “Patterson Girl” from the 1920s and 30s, like the earlier Gibson Girl, paradoxically symbolized both the excess and the…
LIFE Titanic: The Tragedy that Shook the World: One Century Later
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Art from: Life 1908-12-24. Santa Claus, dressed in dark clothes like an early Saint Nick figure, about to drop down the chimney carrying a doll, drum, teddy-bear, sword, trumpet, and heaven knows what-all else to put under the Christmas tree. Artist: Wm. Balfour Ker Source: ebay seller powerangers Restoration by: magscanner
1922 Coles Phillips - Life Magazine cover May 4 1922 The Leading Lady 1000 x 1332
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Vintage Child Life Magazine Page-Story Land Game #classic #vintage #illustrazione #gd
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Behind the Scenes With Muhammad Ali as He Trained to Fight Joe Frazier
Ahead of the famed 1971 Ali-Frazier fight, LIFE sent young staffer John Shearer to cover the training. Here, he reflects on that assignment.