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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.
  

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Contents

Speaking of pictures, Hallmark contest
2
Art (Competitions), Christmas cards, HALLMARK greeting card company
Steel-hungry nation gets a mighty new mill
10
United States Steel Corp
Heretics or conspirators
14
Communist Party (U.S.), Communists
Good news from Lapointe
14
Industrial relations, LAPOINTE machine tool company
Toll of wind, fog and snow
16
Storms
Gilbert and Sullivan
49
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Durable D'Oyly Cartes
53
D'OYLY CARTE company
Smaller than a dog
54
Ponies
Merry Marrakech opens new casino
59
Nightclubs, Marrakech (Morocco)
Oxygen gives new lift to athletes
60
Athletes, Oxygen (Physiological effects)

From shacks to savagery
18
Casablanca (Morocco) (Riots)
Lady, a clairvoyant mare
20
Horses (Training)
Uncle Joe's miracle mile in red Berlin
27
Apartment houses, Building, Berlin (Germany)
Space savers
33
Furniture, Modern
Time out for Ginger
41
Ronald Alexander; 1917-1995, Theater reviews (Single works)
Real cover girl plays one
42
Mary HARTIG, Nancy MALONE
Kings of comic opera
49
Operetta
Raft of illusions
62
Television production and direction
Church art in Haiti
64
Christian art and symbolism, Mural painting and decoration, Painting, Haitian
How great men really looked
67
Frederick II (King of Prussia); 1712-1786, Ludwig van Beethoven (German composer.); 1770-1827, Heinrich Heine (German poet.); 1797-1856, John Keats (English poet.); 1795-1821, Felix Mendelssohn (German composer.); 1809-1847, Daniel Webster (American lawyer and statesman.); 1782-1852, Aaron Burr (American vice-president.); 1756-1836, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French); 1769-1821, King of Sweden CHARLES XII, Oliver Cromwell (Lord Protector of England.); 1599-1658, king of France HENRY IV, Honore Gabriel Riqueti Mirabeau, Samuel Taylor Coleridge (English poet and critic.); 1772-1834, Laurence Sterne (English clergyman and novelist.); 1713-1768, Jonathan Swift (Irish satirist, poet and pamphleteer.); 1667-1745, Sir Walter Scott; 1771-1832, Masks
Eisenhower's right hand
76
Herbert Brownell; 1904-1996
Company gives the children a treat
86
Children's parties
Portrait
86
William Pierce Rogers (American Secretary of state.); 1913-2001

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