Vintage 1937 Life Magazine January 11, Japanese Soldiers – Womens Rights – Birth Control


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Vintage Life Magazine from January 11, 1937 featuring Japanese Soldiers on the cover along with stories on Governors – new and old. Margaret Sanger wins the court victory that birth control contraceptives can be sent by mail, long fight for related women’s rights other great stories and great mid century adds and photos.

For its age it is in very grade condition , Magazine has stiff off the rack feel to it. Pages are white and crisp. Cover is good, minor scuffing on the corners. Has minimal wear. Binding is in good shape. Extremely good for its age. A very presentable and readable copy.

Measures 13.5″ by 10.5″.

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Weight 15 oz
Dimensions 14 × 11 × 1 in



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