Date: 1-11-37 Life Magazine
Condition: Very Good
Cover: Japanese soldiers doing their exercises.
Contents: Full page LIFE magazine ad with railroad locomotive at night. The "first" candid photographs taken by Paul Nadar of Paris in 1886. Governors - new and old. Margaret Sanger wins the court victory that birth control contraceptives can be sent by mail, long fight for related women's rights. Bootleg coal mining near Shamokin, Pennsylvania. Painter Winslow Homer. Dinosaurs Enshrined (collection, storage and display of dinosaur fossils in museums, including Dinosaur National Monument). Baths of Foam, milk, mud and wax for beauty. Theatre in 1936 and 1937. Japanese Army. Sonja Henie in her movie "One in a million." Includes photos of Sonja Henie bicycling - looks like today's town cruiser bikes. Amazing series of photos of San Francisco people interacting (or not) with bum laying on sidewalk. Photos from wreck of United Airliner which crashed December 27, 1936 in the Santa Susana Mountains of California. Five airline crashes in two weeks at end of 1936. Ice hockey fights. "Tobacco Road" on Broadway. Japanese soldiers training. Great photo of five new locomotives in a row, Canadian National Railways.