A GI’s Vietnam Photo Book
Huge photos and great text by Soldier Mark Jury
Vietnam Soldiers in Casual Moments
An Alternative for Cautious Democrats
Senator Henry Jackson from Washington
Look’s 1972 Automobile Preview
Great photos – 12 pages.
Baseball Star Vida Blue
“Where Vida Blue Grew”
Large photos of family and childhood home.
Some Other Articles:
Middle East influenced fashions and home decorating.
The American Way of Remarriage: “I take thee . . . and thee . . . and thee . . . .”
Vietnam: Was It Worth It? – “If we mindlessly walk away . . . we shall make sure it was not worth it.”
Some of the Advertising:
Smith-Corona portable typewriter for students – full page bw.
Army recruiting – double page color.
Chrysler’s new electronic ignition – double page color.
Virginia Slims cigarettes – full page color.
Arthur Murray Dance Studios – half page bw.
Champion Plugs, 1930 Rolls Royce Phantom II Doctor’s Coupe – full page bw.
Strong binding with original ad inserts intact. Good gloss. Good overall condition.
Front cover has slight edge wear, three short scratches and two creases, and ¾ inch crease at lower corner. Three ¼ inch creases at spine stress points. Back cover has two-inch corner crease.
Spine has wear at upper and lower edges.
Some pages have lower corner bend or shallow crease.
Slight 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.