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LIFE MAGAZINE - FEBRUARY 7 1938

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ORIGINAL   LIFE  MAGAZINE  LARGE SIZE  11 x 14

 FEBRUARY  7  1938 

Life Magazine February 7, 1938 : Cover - Gary Cooper. Half page Kleenex ad with cartoon-style illustrations, "How did we ever get along without Kleenex?" Full page Bell Telephone System ad, your phone connects with 19,000,000 others in the United States. Weird weather across the nation in January: rainbow in New York, snow in Atlanta, smog in Pittsburgh. Women's Shoes, Americans spend a billion dollars a year on 400 million pairs of shoes, Hugo Vavrecka, Herman Delman. New navy and Navy's New CINCUS. Movie of the Week is the Goldwyn Follies, starring Zorina, four pages of photos. Joe Louis. Poodle Rumpelstilskin is American dog of the year. Four page LISTEN ad for RCA, Radio Corporation of America. Surrealist furniture draws Paris crowds. Last of the bosses - Mayor Frank Hague and his Jersey City. Surf-riding in California, photos from Palos Verdes Estates, Mary Ann Hawkins, surfing. Movie kisses, two pages of photos including Gary Cooper and Sigrid Gurie, Greta Garbo and John Gilbert, Diana Wynyard and John Barrymore, more. Party in a turbine factory. Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco will compete with New York's World Fair in 1939, "Pirate girl" Zoe Dell Lantis is Golden Gate expo's spokesmodel. LIFE goes to a party at General electric's turbine shop in Schenectady, Craneman Earl Dare, Toolroom Chief Joe Gross, Don Bray, June Praetorius, Sam Healey. Back cover Lucky Strike ad features Dolores Del Rio, "Her throat insured for $50,000." Full page color Pullman railroad ad with golfer Jack Drucker and others.

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