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August 30, 1937 Life Magazine

Date: 8-30-37 Life Magazine

Condition: Very Good

Cover: Frog Hunt

Contents: Neat photos of how photographers get photos with unusual angles. The U.S. dedicates its battle monuments, 8 cemeteries and 11 monuments in Europe to honor military, lots of marble. A photo of military manuevers showing lots of mistakes, Camp Ripley, Minnesota. Soapbox derby in Akron, Ohio, includes Hugh Flury Jr., Kenneth Richardson, Richard and Robert BAllard and others. Mrs. Josie Bishop strikes radium, gold and silver, pitchbelnde in California's Mojave Desert. Tennessee lynching of Albert Gooden, other tarring and feathering, beating, killing. Socialist Herbert Harris, oiled and feathered in Dallas, Texas for showing a pro-union propaganda movie called "Millions of us." Ku Klux Klan and Justice Hugo Black. Alf Landon builds a White House. The art of Waldo Peirce. Smashing atoms - science, at East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. International cattle breeding. Idaho farm sinks 300 feet - Harley Robertson farm, thought to be on roof of collapsing lava cave. Soap box derby finals. Champion dives in sand, J. Briscoe Ray. Full page Camel cigarettes ad with various swimming champions. Yachting on the desert, like ice boating, but on wells. Soft Ball. Photo essay - the Japanese people - super article, long. Great color ad for Ethyl (auto gasoline). 

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