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LIFE MAGAZINE - MARCH 21 1938

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ORIGINAL   LIFE  MAGAZINE  LARGE SIZE  11 x 14

 MARCH   21 1938 

Life Magazine March 21, 1938 : Cover - Should they marry? Unidentified couple playing badminton after a lecture at the Detroit Marriage Clinic. Richard Whitney of the New York Stock Exchange rides to a great fall. Etching of the Exchange building by Joseph Pennell. Negro Maxine Sullivan swings an old Scottish ballad with Tommy Dorsey's band, but is cut off at Station WJR in Detroit as "blasphemous." Half page Vaseline Hair Tonic ad features CBC announcer Art Gilmore. Amateur movie-makers make 16mm film while on a cruise to Rio, "Sex on the Rex." Full page Sanka Coffee ad with cartoon of dogs in conversation by Keith Wond. Swinging folk songs raises storm. Stanford Star sets Basketball scoring record - Hank Luisetti. Steel workers in Wheeling produce their own radio show, Verdi Gwynn Howells, William Griffiths, Phillip De Pasquale, Sara Rehm. Italian Renaissance paintings in America from the Widener and Mellon Collections, Sanzio, Botticelli, Raphael, Mantegna, Titian, more, some in color. Full page color Lipton Tea ad, how a cup of tea made an Irishman a knight. Four out of five ducks come from Canada, photographer Lorene Squire on location at breeding grounds. High Mass in St. Patrick's Cathedral - photo essay. Movies - the war between the sexes reaches a new pitch. Donald Lawler is born in Detroit at a reported weight of 19 pounds. Bluebeard's 8th wife. Flood-bound Chorines turn studio into dormitory. Detroit clinic does marriage counseling - should they marry? including photos of Charles Cowan and Marion Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Aring, and others (couple on cover not identified). A Party with Artists Benton, Wood & Curry

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