March 18, 1966 LIFE Magazine Barbra Streisand FREE SHIPPING Mar 3 17 19 20 21 22

This complete + ORIGINAL LIFE magazine has been page-by-page inspected and is all here-NO clipped articles or torn out pages. ONE complete magazine; from a collection of thousands!
Dated: March the 18th, 1966 3.18.66

Several vintage-retro advertisements worth a walk down memory lane!

STREISAND ON THE COVER!

1960's Nice 7-Up ad here.
Pages 95-98 has nice story on Barbara.

Julius Ceaser story on pages 50-79.
These old magazines many times contain neat ads ((Not saying this one does)) such as: Holiday Inn/ After Shave / Holiday Inn / cars / motor oils / cigarettes / candies / Pepsi / Ford / girdles and more.

Stored fLat for years in a large home collection. WHAT A GREAT GIFT IDEA!

Mailing address label on front cover.

Great gift idea to commemorate the date! LIFE MAGAZINE-An AMERICAN piece of history.

A magazine collector tells me book-value on this is: $60-$65.

I will mail in U S A only. S/H at no cost. I accept : Paypal .

So-please plan ahead! Sorry-no returns.No refunds. I will mail this in USA Mail at no cost. L.0106/RL.0308/RL.0910/RL.0113/RL.0514/RL.1116

The incredible vintage advertising/advertisements in each issue makes these awesome for those whom deal in vintage advertising. For people who want to frame the ads themselves, they can select wonderful

Life magazine is one of the world's most recognizable publications. From 1936 to 1972 the weekly publication of Life served as the nation's foremost authority on cultural trends and the state of the American experience. It ceased publication until 1978, when it returned as a monthly until the year 2000. Since then Life has returned as a weekly, published in 70 newspapers across the nation. The company is also well-known for its many books on photography, writing and, in conjunction with Time, many self-help and 'how to' volumes.

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