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Life Magazine Vol.21, No. 16 dated October 14, 1946. Cover is of fall fashions at the time by Ralph Crane.
Some of the magazine's articles include: -War Criminals Sentenced to Die -War Criminals Wives Pay Last Visits -Intellectuals from many Nations Meet In Geneva -Close-Up: Eugene O'Neill by Tom Prideaux -The White House by Charles Hurd -Speaking of Pictures: President Truman Is A Joiner -Bank of England -Fall Fashions Some of the ads include (some are in color): -Bell Telephone System -Philco (with Bing Crosby) -Ford -Chesterfield Cigarettes -Santa Fe railway -Olin Industries' Winchester products -Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil -Kaiser and Frazier automobiles -Pabst Blue Ribbon -The United States Playing Card Company's Bicycle playing cards -Zippo lighters -Seagram's -Canadian Club Condition: The front cover has folded corners and some stains. "Leonard" is also written in pencil under the magazine title. The back cover has folded corners and some smudges. There is also an address stamp near the binding edge. The cover has some tearing at the binding staples and is coming loose from the binding. The pages have browning from age and a couple have pencil markings. A few pages also have folded corners. No articles, ads, or
coupons have been cut out of the magazine.