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LIFE MAGAZINE - FEBRUARY 15 1937 - HAYASHI

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ORIGINAL   LIFE  MAGAZINE  LARGE SIZE  11 x 14

 FEBRUARY  15     1937

Life Magazine February 15, 1937 : Cover - General Senjuro Hayashi. Floods aftermath. President wants to increase the size of the Supreme court. Andrew Mellon's gift - collection of paintings. 20th Century-Fox ‘s Darryl Zanuck. Scarab costume ball in Detroit, with photos of Mary Nicklas, Clem Mason, Frohman Anderson, William A. Frank, Clemence Le Febvre, Nancy Piaskowski and many others. General Motors sit-down strike in Flint, Michigan. Squash rackets Champion Germain Glidden. Jean Harlow in Washington. How to Undress - the famous piece, for women, right way and wrong way (See also March 15, 1937). Oxford Groupers, a day at the Malvern House Party. A whole photo sequence of Rosinbelly cutting a 200 foot fir tree, including a single man climbing, limbing and topping it. Log rolling. Samples of photo blends for nature photography, William Lovell Finley. Rather amazing photo of refugees standing in line outside relief agency in front of mural stating "World's highest standard of living, there's no way like the American Way" - made more poignant by the fact that the people in the mural are happy white folk and the people in line are sad black people. Floods and aftermath in Ohio Valley, Louisville, Kentucky with photos of Jim Lawhorn, Wilbur Cogshall, Tom Wallace, prison chain gang, and others. Charlie Johns and his 9 year-old child bride Eunice Winstead, Treadway, Tennessee. Full page color Camel cigarettes ad with Dorothy Kilgallen, back from around the world trip in 24 days. Humorous follow-up to Photocrime piece in January 18, 1937 LIFE issue.

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