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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

Baby Shaw
4
Junius Pulitzer SHAW
Speaking of pictures
10
Color photography
Golden years before the wars
13
Twentieth century, United States (Social life and customs)
American task
28
Liberty, United States
Acceleration of science
30
Power (Mechanics), Science (History)
Melody lingers on
56
Musicals, revues, etc
Great Armory show of 1913
58
Art (Exhibitions), Art, Modern
Fifty years of American women
64
Women (History)
Hall-Mills murder case
68
Murder
Nels Elufson's saga
73
Nels Peter ELUFSON, Immigrants

Span of life grows longer
34
Diseases, Medicine
Great lover
36
Rudolph Valentino; 1895-1926
Early advertising
39
Advertising (History)
Famous vacation
44
John Burroughs (American naturalist.); 1837-1921, Thomas Alva Edison (American inventor.); 1847-1931, Harvey Samuel Firestone (American tire and rubber company executive.); 1868-1938, Henry Ford (American automobile executive.); 1863-1947
Headliners of the 1920s
46
Charles Lindbergh (American aviator.); 1902-1974, Grover A. Whalen; 1886-1962, John Held (cartoonist.), Sinclair Lewis (American novelist.); 1885-1951, John Thomas Scopes (American science teacher.), Herbert Clark Hoover (American petroleum engineer, diplomat and son of President Herbert Hoover.); 1903-1969, Nineteen hundred and twenties
Audacious Americans
78
Americans, United States (Social history)
Killer with the golden fists
86
Jack Dempsey; 1895-1983, Boxing
Life visits the Vanderbilt mansions
89
Vanderbilt family (family of American financier Cornelius Vanderbilt.), Country estates
Composographs
94
Tabloid newspapers, Photography, Journalistic, New York (N.Y.) (Newspapers)
Care and handling of a heritage
96
Occupations, Veterans, Young men

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