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This Dec. 18, 1924, ,Life magazine, features a great cover illustration of a young
woman deciding whether or not to bob her hair. It was the "roaring 20's" and the bright graphics are classic. The Life Magazine of the early 20th century featured articles, poetry and cartoons and had not made a switch to photography. Highlights of the issues were the theater and arts commentaries of noted humorist Robert Benchley. This particular issue includes humor related to the Christmas season and advertisements for
automobiles, cruises, cigarettes, candy and a Coty compact ad pictured above. Especially charming is the calendar advertisement Life placed in its
magazine that pictures those darling puppies along the top of the page.
Size: 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" 32 pages
The magazine has handling soil along its borders and surface wear at the far edge of the color cover illustration. The pages are age tanned.
Page 9 with the illustration of the woman placing mistletoe on her chandelier has a piece of the paper torn away at the bottom corner border.
(See photograph). The magazine is in very good condition considering it is nearly 100 years old.
Please examine the photographs as they show the condition best and are part of the description.
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Life Magazine- December 1924
$15 USD SOLD
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