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The Best of Life (1973)
by David Edward Scherman
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Black and white photos, mostly of people, mostly well-known. Gives a sense of the life and times mostly in the U.S., from 1936-1972. ( )
I would place a bet that 3/4 of the people who own this book got it free as part of their introductory package to the Quality Paperback Book Club. It is filled with iconic images and at least one that will haunt you forever.
"The Best Of Life" is just that: the best photographs from the best photography magazine ever. Logically laid out and annotated, it is immensely entertaining and educational. There is no better way to get a feel for a time and place than by photographs such as these.
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A most impressive collection of photographs from pages of Life magazine.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)779.990982The arts Photography, computer art, cinematography, videography Photographic images Other subjects History, geography
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