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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.
  

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Contents

Great Noronic disaster
8
Ships (Fires and fire prevention)
Speaking of pictures: the world's most spectacular tightrope walkers
22
Acrobats and acrobatism
1,000-foot plunge
28
R. Magruder DOBIE, James R. HENDRIX, Parachuting
Battle for pensions
41
George H. MCLAIN, Pensions, Old age assistance
Senator Taft
46
Robert A. Taft; 1917-1993
Designer for Americans
81
Jacques Fath; 1912-1954, Fashion designers, Fashion
Golden autumn
94
Autumn
Princeton channel
101
Princeton University, College students
Baby instructs the class
105
Child psychology, Psychology (Study and teaching)
Madame Bovary
112
Motion picture reviews (Single works)

President Truman
46
Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
Haile's grandson
47
Wossen Seged MAKONNEN
Old battle cry rallies admirals
48
United States Navy
Exhibitionists of the bleachers
52
Baseball
Life congratulates
59
Correspondence schools and courses
Portrait
59
Lawrence W. TICE
Newest class of Rhodes scholars
60
Rhodes scholars and scholarships
Case of the silent boxers
64
George MURRAY; 1919?-., Murder
Breathing by electricity
71
Oxygen equipment
Wynn takes on tv
74
Ed Wynn; 1886-1966, Television broadcasting (Comedy programs)
Mohammed's mustache
79
Mustaches
Pinky
112
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Heiress
113
Motion picture reviews (Single works)
Evening by air
123
Robert Edison FULTON (jr), Aerocars
Report on Communist Shanghai
129
Communism (China), Shanghai (China)
Religious art
144
Liturgical Arts Society, Art (Exhibitions)
Barbershop war
153
Barbers and barbershops, Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Broadway the fabulous invalid, gets weaker
159
Theater (Production and direction), New York (N.Y.) (Theater)
Jimmy returns
165
James Melton; 1936-.
Life goes to a $50,000 party for National Chairman Bill Boyle in Kansas City
170
William Marshall Boyle; 1902-1961, Democratic Party (U.S.)
Petulant pachyderm
174
Elephants

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