Anyway, this May 5, 1972 issue of Life Magazine is a fascinating look into our recent past. It features stories about Hubert Humphrey, college campus demonstrations and unrest, and a colorful article about the resurgence in quilting. Plus, there are lots of fun old advertisements to pore over.
The magazine is in good vintage condition--no markings, stains, or ripped/torn pages. Pages are a bit yellowed, and there's some evidence of mild wear, but no major flaws.
Shipping via first class parcel. Since this will ship in a flat mailer, I may not be able to combine shipping for this item. Please feel free to convo if you have any questions.