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March 14, 1969
Britt Fredricksen – Playboy Playmate
Double Page Color Ad for Braniff
“When You Got It, Flaunt It”
The Lunar Module
The Story of Its Design
Original Hand-Drawn Sketches
Designer Dr. John Houbolt
The Vehicle That Would Take Man to the Moon
Just Four Months Later
Black Students Protest
Set Fire to College President’s Office
Student Leader Robert Lewis,
Who Re-named Himself “Uwezo” – Swahili for “Power”
Demand Afro-American Curriculum
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
Black Students Union (BSU)
11 pages of text and photos.
Some Other Articles:
Bauhaus inspired architecture and furniture design done in Milan. Beautiful, innovative design photos.
Writer Norman Thomas – excerpt from his posthumously published book, “The Choices.”
“Celebration” – new Broadway musical, great cast photos.
“The Race for the SST” Super Sonic Transport Airplane: Russian TU-144 and French Concorde.
Some of the Advertising:
Chrysler Newport – full page color
Ford LTD – double page color.
Oldsmobile Toronado – full page color.
Ted Williams for Sears Fiber Glass Fishing Boat – double page color.
Avon Calling – full page color.
Camaro SS Convertible – double page color; has ink streak made by publisher.
American Motors Rebel – full page bw.
McDonald’s Big Mac – full page color.
Ayds candy diet product – full page bw.
Minute Maid orange juice, printed with Bing Crosby signature – back cover.
Playboy Playmate for Braniff - double page color.
Strong binding. Good gloss.
Front cover has slight edge wear and faint white fingerprints at outside edge of cover photo. Back cover is in good condition with slight edge wear. Spine has slight edge fray 3/8 inch at top.
One-inch enclosed tear on one page (no loss of text). Eight pages have light brown spot about one inch in diameter at the bottom. Otherwise pages are in very good condition, with original advertising inserts intact. Slightest age toning, as is expected in vintage magazines. Mailing label attached.
My vintage magazines are stored and shipped in acid-free clear storage sleeves stiffened with acid-free board backing. The outer shipping container is of extra rigid cardboard, providing extra protection for your purchase.