1955-09-06 Look Magazine Contents

1955/09/06 — Cover photograph of Frank Sinatra by Milton H. Greene.

Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • The Inside Story of the Ike-Truman Feud by Fletcher Knebel
  • Are We Buying Another Traffic Jam by George Koether
  • THE WORLD:

  • A Letter For Princess Maragaret
  • That Restless Conrad Hilton
  • Garbo at Capri includes 5 photos over 2 pages of Greta Garbo
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • The Joy of Adopting a Five-Year-Old
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • SPORTS:

  • Paul Dean, Jr. “The Greatest Dean of Them All”
  • My Rocky Road to Rocky, Part 1 by Archie Moore
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Presenting Joan Collins
  • Juke Box USA includes color photos of Nat King Cole, Kitty Kallen, Eddie Fisher, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Perry Como, Rosemary Clooney, the Crew-Cuts, Kay Starr, Joe Turner, Frank Sinatra, Hank Snow, and Frankie Laine
  • Widows and Orphans, Beware! – Movie Review of The Night of the Hunter with Robert Mitchum and Shelley Winters
  • Daring Young Man from Des Moines is about Paul Gregory
  • HUMOR:

  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Woolly Cuddly Coats
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Double-Headers in Cuff Links by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Man and His Beef
  • Are They Making Fresh Air Obsolete
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1955-08-23 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/08/23 — Cover photograph of Virginia Murray by Robert Vose

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • A Teen-Age Gang from the Inside by David Zingg
  • Jennifer Goes to Sea
  • “I Was a Free-Loader for Thirty Days” by Peter Van Slingerland
  • THE WORLD:

  • Pius XII by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, several color photos of the Pope
  • When Adenauer Goes, What Happens to Germany? by Edward Korry
  • The Boy Who May Be King about Juan Carlos of Spain
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • SPORTS:

  • “We’ll Clean Up Boxing or Kill It” by James H. Crowley
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • The Girl on the Beach – Cover girl Virginia Murray
  • Dolores Hawkins – Steve Allen’s Secret Weapon
  • Movie Review: June Changes Her Tune about The Shrike with June Allyson and Jose Ferrer
  • Cary Grant — Of Enduring Charm – 5 full pages of mostly photos
  • HUMOR:

  • Memo to Molly by Ted Key
  • Self-Service by Shirvanian
  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Little-Boy Look
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • The Ivy League Look Goes National by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD:

  • Dig That Crazy Ice Cream
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Photoquiz
  • For Women Only
  • 1955-08-09 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/08/09 — Cover photograph of Hiroshima is credited to the University of North Carolina Press

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • The Peacetime Atom by David O. Woodbury
  • Green Hair, Walking Britches, Hoop Skirts
  • THE WORLD:

  • Hiroshima Diary by Dr. Michihiko Hachiya
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Their First Baby
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • How Much Do We Know About Jealousy? by Dr. Ralph R. Greenson
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Another Crosby, Another Crooner
  • This Man Has Seen 5,592 Movies – about George Raborn
  • SPORTS:

  • Laraine Day – The Umpire Leo Durocher Married
  • HUMOR:

  • House for Sale by Bob Schroeter
  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • LOOK Reports on Teen-Age Sewing
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Surprise in Shirts, Surprise on Shorts by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Buffet Breads
  • Carefree Grass
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Letters to the Editor
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Photoquiz
  • For Women Only
  • 1955-07-12 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/07/12 — Cover photograph by Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Hollywood Fathers – includes photos of the following actors with their children: Bob Hope, Groucho Marx, William Holden, Van Johnson, Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis, John Wayne, Dana Andrews
  • A New Look at Americans by William Attwood
  • Gloria Vanderbilt Starts a New Life by Laura Bergquist
  • THE WORLD:

  • Exclusive Pictures: Tito and the Russians
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • All About Love by Julian Huxley
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Paul Winchell – Jerry Mahoney’s Star Pupil
  • Gwen Verdon – Beauty and Baseball
  • The Movies HOnor the Army in Drama … The Navy in Comedy – referring to Audie Murphy in To Hell and Back and Henry Fonda in Mister Roberts
  • HUMOR:

  • Do You Know Your Sun Tans? by Virgil Partch
  • Look on the Light Side
  • LEISURE:

  • Leisure – or How Does the American Relax?
  • FOOD:

  • America Is Bit By the Barbecue Bug
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • What They Are Saying
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1955-04-05 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/04/05 — Cover photograph of Ed Sullivan is credited to Phil Harrington

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Can a Scientist Believe in God? by Warren Weaver
  • Senator William Knowland – He Would Rather Be Right and President by Fletcher Knebel and Dan Fowler
  • How the People Feel About Communism and Civil Liberties by Samuel A. Stouffer
  • THE WORLD:

  • With the 7th Fleet … Off Formosa
  • Japan – Partner or Problem? by Eric Johnston
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • That’s My Baby
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • Julie Learns to Talk
  • SPORTS:

  • The Year’s Best Sports Pictures
  • Winter Sailing in the Far Northwest
  • Archie Moore – At 38 He Wants to Fight Marciano by Tim Cohane
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • That “No Talent” Ed Sullivan — Part 1 — by Eleanor Harris
  • Shirley Jones – The Girl from “Oklahoma!” – 4 pages including 2 in color
  • Movie Review: East of Eden – Approximately one full page of text and photos spread over two facing pages – 3 black & white photos, all including James Dean
  • HUMOR:

  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • Proud Papa by Martha Blanchard
  • FASHIONS:

  • California Clothes Strike It Rich
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • What Are These? by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Avocado’s Big Year
  • Look, Ma, No Hands!
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Letters to the Editor
  • What They Are Saying
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Photoquiz
  • LOOK Applauds
  • For Women Only
  • Full-page color ad for “Man Without a Star” featuring Kirk Douglas and Jeanne Crain
  • 2-page color ad from General Motors featuring the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight De Luxe Holiday Sedan and the Buick Special 4-Door Riviera
  • 1955-03-22 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/03/22 — Cover photograph of Bing Crosby and Judy Garland is credited to Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • What Are We Worried About? by Samuel A. Stouffer
  • A Wave of Terror Threatens the South: Fighting the Supreme Court ban on segregation, Citizens Councils could become a new Klan by Hodding Carter
  • 64,000,000 Americans Do Not Go To Church: What Do They Believe? by Jerome Nathanson
  • Charles E. WIlson – Everyime He Opens His Mouth He Says Something
  • THE WORLD:

  • St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Wheel-Chair Doctor
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • The Littlest Cadet
  • SPORTS:

  • Snow Trails
  • Arnold Johnson – Baseball’s Most Exciting Owner by Tim Cohane
  • All America Basketball by Tim Cohane and I.R. McVay includes a black & white photo of Bill Russell
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Girl Near the Top features Polly Bergen
  • LOOK Annual Movie Awards – Opens with color photo of Judy Garland, about two-thirds of a page wide, followed by black and white half page shot of Bing Crosby, then smaller black & white photo of other winners: Edmond O’Brien – Helen Traubel – Eva Marie Saint – Jack Lemmon – Walt Disney – Alfred Hitchcock – Dore Schary – Boris Kaufman – Valentine Davies and Oscar Brodney – Irving Berlin – Russell V. Downing
  • Martha Raye – TV’s No. 1 Female Clown
  • HUMOR:

  • Outgunned by Stan Fine
  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Everything’s Ensembled Again
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Students in White by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Dollar-a-Day Diet
  • Good Design in Ageless
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Photoquiz
  • For Women Only
  • 1955-02-22 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/02/22 — Cover photograph of Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher is by Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Lost Lincoln Notes Found
  • Who Tried to Get Clifford Case? by Thomas B. Morgan
  • Rotary, Big Wheel of the Service Clubs by Jack Star
  • “Love and Old Lace”
  • THE WORLD:

  • The Army That Can Stop the Russians
  • The Malenkov I KNow by Budu Svanidze
  • Trouble Shooter for a Luxury Liner
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • Medical Electronics
  • Will This Be Our First Helicopter Bus?
  • SPORTS:

  • “Your Temper Can Ruin Us!” — Part 3 — by Jackie Robinson – Takes up parts of 7 pages, with photos
  • How Good Is Big 10 Basketball by Gil McDonald
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Calypso: A New Card Game from the Caribben by John R. Crawford
  • Debbie and Eddie
  • Esther Williams Underwater Industry
  • Irish Girl Makes Good With Godfrey
  • HUMOR:

  • Child’s-Eye View of the Wolrd by William Steig
  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Whittled-Down Diors
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Revolution in Men’s Shoes
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Audience Participation Parties
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1955-02-08 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/02/08 — Cover photograph of Suzy Parker is by Eugene Kammerman

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • What the Public Thinks About Big Business by Gardner Cowles
  • All-America Cities by Jack Star
  • THE WORLD:

  • Our Iron Curtain Is Turning Friends Into Enemies
  • We Nearly Went to War Three Times Last Year by Fletcher Knebel
  • Found in a Russian Attic
  • American Girl Makes Good in Paris
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • “My Heart is Normal Again”
  • Our Newest Seaplane Takes a Beach
  • SPORTS:

  • A Kentucky Colonel Kept Me in Baseball — Part 2 by Jackie Robinson – 8 pages
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Gary Cooper – 6 full pages of text, mostly photos, some in color
  • The Early-Rising Paar about Jack Paar
  • A New Musical Spoofs the Russians
  • Movie Review: The Bridges at Toko-Ri
  • HUMOR:

  • Hidden Talent by Dick Cavalli
  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS AND BEAUTY:

  • It’s Not the Sun–It’s the Reflection
  • The Bride Wore Print
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Gals Get Valentine Go-Ahead
  • FOOD:

  • Soup for Breakfast and Cereal for Supper
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • What They Are Saying
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • Beautiful two-page color ad for Underwater starring Jane Russell, who’s pictured swimming underwater, also pictured is a shark
  • 1955-01-25 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/01/25 — Cover photograph of Ava Gardner is credited to Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Cap’n Ike and Mr. Sam
  • Ike’s Grandchildren
  • The Welfare State Is Here to Stay by Fletcher Knebel
  • THE WORLD:

  • What’s Behind the German Comeback? by William Attwood
  • To Win in Indochina, We Must Win These People by Leo Cherne
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • SCIENCE:

  • Tiger Boy to Jet Pilot
  • SPORTS:

  • Now I Know Why They Boo Me! — Part 1 by Jackie Robinson – Includes full-page black & white illustration of Jackie Robinson by Robert Riggs, plus photos
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • What Is Sex Appeal? – Opens with two color photos of Ava Gardner and is followed by the article with black & white photos of Gina Lollobrigida – Elizabeth Taylor – Silvana Mangano – Lillian Russell – Theda Bara – Mae West – Rudolph Valentino – Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando – Jean Harlow – Clara Bow – Greta Garbo – 5 pics of Marlene Dietrich over the years
  • A Summer Bachelor’s Dreams — Movie Review: The Seven Year Itch with two black & white photos featuring Marilyn Monroe
  • HUMOR:

  • The Ends of Beautiful Friendships by Ted Key
  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Girls Dress Like Grease Monkeys
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • The Loud Sports Shirt, Will It Return? by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Wonder Pastries From Flour, Butter, Cheese
  • Baby Lifesavers
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Letters to the Editor
  • What They Are Saying
  • Photoquiz
  • LOOK Applauds
  • For Women Only
  • Full-page color ad for Pepsi with leg art featuring ice skater reclining on bench as her laces are tied
  • 1955-01-11 Look Magazine Contents

    1955/01/11 — Cover photograph of Grace Kelly is by Robert Vose

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    Note: Most of the articles in this issue are predictions for the year 1955

    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • I PRedict
  • The G.O.P.’s Future Will Be Up to Ike
  • We’ll Have Greater Prosperity
  • Duchesses for Charity
  • THE WORLD:

  • Coexistence Will Be the Hottest World Issue
  • Russia: Cold War Armistice in Europe — Trouble in Asia by Harrison E. Salisbury
  • Western Europe Will Return to the Frivolity of the ’20’s by Edward M. Korry
  • Caribbean Cruise
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • What’s In a Lifetime?
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • The Weather for 1955 by Hurd C. Willett
  • The Beginning of the End for Polio by Roland H. Berg
  • San Francisco to New York in 75 Minutes by Rocket Transport
  • SPORTS:

  • Sports Predictions – Baseball, Hockey, Boxing, Horse Racing, Football by Tim Cohane
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • These Will Be the Bright New Stars of 1955 – Julie Andrews, James Dean, Shirley MacLaine
  • Grace Kelly Will Be the Most Popular Woman Star – 2 pages, really part of the previous feature
  • Color Controversy on TV – Do color TV programs dampen the viewers enjoyment of shows in black & white?
  • HUMOR:

  • Winter Cruise by Gregory d’Alessio
  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • The Return of the Two-Piece Swimsuit
  • Woven Leather
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • The Bathing-Suit Top as a Sports Shirt by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • 1955 – The “Built-In” Year
  • What You Will Eat in 1955
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1954-12-28 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/12/28 — Cover photograph of Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz and family is by Robert Vose

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Tammany Hall Comes Back
  • Christmas in Nazareth
  • What is a Congregationalist? by Douglas Horton
  • THE WORLD:

  • The Shah of Iran and His Beautiful Queen by Fleur Cowles
  • Miss America Charms the South Americans – Miss America at the time was Lee Meriwether and there are several photos of her here
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Lucy Goes Shopping
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • Babies: Our One Remaining Black Market by Ernest A. Miller with Bill Slocum
  • SCIENCE:

  • Men Under Pressure
  • SPORTS:

  • The Fight of My Life, Part III, by Rocky Graziano with Rowland Barber
  • My Greatest Football Thrill
  • Hoops My Dear
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Guy Lombardo
  • Movie Review: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • Fifth Annual LOOK TV Awards
  • HUMOR:

  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • What to Wear By the Christmas Fire
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Washable Winter White by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • New Lights for Christmas
  • For Christmas 1954: Super Fudge
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • LOOK Applauds
  • 1954-12-14 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/12/14 — Cover photograph of Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and Bishop Fulton J. Sheen is credited to Arthur Rothstein

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Religion Reaches Out by Chester Morrison
  • F.D.R. and the Decision for War by Harold L. Ickes
  • “As Is” – Post Office Auctions
  • 13 New Americans
  • THE WORLD:

  • Operation Mercy
  • The Iron Curtain Is Out of Bounds
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • It’s Still Sweet Sixteen
  • Husbands: The New Servant Class by Russell Lynes
  • HEALTH:

  • Exercise Can Help Your Heart by Roland H. Berg
  • SPORTS:

  • The Football Writers Association of America Selects the 1954 LOOK All America
  • The Fight of My Life — Part 2 — by Rocky Graziano with Rowland Barber
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Mary Martin Sings Peter Pan
  • June Taylor – The Girl Behind the Gleason Girls
  • Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly Try for Academy Awards
  • HUMOR:

  • Shine by Shirvanian
  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • CHRISTMAS GIFTS:

  • LOOK Hands the Prize to These Christmas Gifts
  • FASHIONS:

  • Mostly Legs
  • FOOD:

  • Punch–Beer to Champagne
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 12 consecutive pages of color advertising “The Forward Look” showing off contemporary motor cars by Chrysler Corporation — 2 page spreads each for: Plymouth ’55 – ’55 Dodge – 1955 De Soto – 1955 Chrysler – 1955 Imperial
  • 1954-11-17 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/11/17 — Cover photograph of fashion model Jeryl Johnson is credited to Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Must We Have War? by Adlai Stevenson
  • Little Squirrel Lost
  • Bill Ford Builds the Continental by George Koether
  • THE WORLD:

  • The Eighty Years of Churchill by Robert E. Sherwood
  • “For All the World’s Children” by Danny Kaye
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Dressing Up
  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • SCIENCE:

  • Dog Caesarean
  • The Pigmy and the Giant is about Douglas attack planes the A3D Skywarrior and the A4D Skyhawk – 2 pages, color photos
  • SPORTS:

  • Football Thrill
  • Canadian Football — Will It Change Our Game?
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Pinza Is Back on Broadway
  • Steve Allen – Clown With a Conscience
  • The Old Hollywood Try features Stephanie Griffin
  • HUMOR:

  • Snack by Martin Giuffre
  • LOOK On the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Covered Up for Night
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Bright Red Shirts by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • World of Dolls
  • Secret Diet-French Style
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Photoquiz
  • For Women Only
  • Beautiful 2-page color ad for Walt Disney Presents: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
  • 1954-08-24 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/08/24 — Cover photograph of Elizabeth Taylor and baby by Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATIONAL SCENE:

  • Murrow – The Man, the Myth and the McCarthy Fighter by Joseph Doyle
  • A Vacation Is What You Make It
  • My Years With Herbert Hoover by Jay N. Darling
  • American Art and Tradition Go Abroad
  • THE WORLD:

  • Should We Support An Attack on Red China? by William C. Bulitt
  • The Boss of Quebec by Craig Thompson is about Maurice Duplessis
  • HUMAN RELATIONS:

  • Norman Vincent Peale Answers Your Questions
  • Hollywood Mothers includes color photos of the following actresses with their child(ren): Elizabeth Taylor, June Allyson, Jeanne Crain, Lauren Bacall
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • Country Doctor in New York
  • How Close Are We to Space Travel? by J. Gordon Voeth
  • SPORTS:

  • In Finland, This Is Baseball is about pesapallo
  • The Mighty Kluszewski by Tim Cohane
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Merry Go Round
  • Magnificent Obsession – Movie Review
  • HUMOR:

  • The Runaway by Stan Fine
  • Look on the Light Side
  • FASHIONS:

  • Back to School
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Grillside Sandwiches
  • Night Lights
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Events in the Making
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1954-06-01 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/06/01 — Cover photograph by Jackie Gleason is by Arthur Rothstein

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Must Protestants Distrust Catholicism? by John Cogley
  • Ike’s Cronies by Fletcher Knebel
  • An Automobile Has Many Lives by George Koether
  • We Adopted Six in One Day
  • Favorite Birds
  • THE WORLD:

  • Minneapolis Secretary Sees Europe for $1,000
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • The Day of the Operation
  • SPORTS:

  • The Secret of Good Golf by Ben Hogan
  • Hurricane Jackson, Boxing’s Wild Man is about Tommy Jackson
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Jackie Gleason: Mr. Saturday Night, Part I, by Leo Rosten
  • Hollywood’s New Glamour Boy is about Edmund Purdom
  • FASHIONS:

  • The Gypsy Look
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Blazers Are Back by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Mobile Cooking
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds: Douglas Miller
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Events in the Making
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • Inside Washington: The Myth of McCarthy’s Strength
  • Camel Cigarettes ad on back cover features color image of Red Barber and then several small b&w photos of baseball players including Mickey Mantle, Ted Kluszewski, Warren Spahn, Eddie Lopat and Bob Lemon
  • 1954-04-06 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/04/06 — Cover photographs of Duke of Edinburgh by Curtis-PhilBurchman; Queen Elizabeth by Baron-Pix

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Year-Old Venus
  • Are You Subject to Panic? by Andre Fontaine
  • What Worries the West by Edwin C. Johnson
  • They Heal With Music
  • Who Censors Our Movies? by Milton Lehman
  • How Identical Are Identical Twins?
  • Inside Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • The Boy Who Married the Queen by Madame Anna Foufounis
  • “Save Our Souls” a mother’s letter from Red Poland
  • SPORTS:

  • The Year’s Best Sports Pictures
  • Bobo Olson – The Kid from Kalihi by Tim Cohane
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Kate Smith – TV’s Richest Woman
  • The Private Life of Jaye P. Morgan
  • FASHIONS:

  • Age of Innocence Clothes
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Shirt Story – Everyone’s Buttoning Down by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Doors With Legs
  • Easter Oysters
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Events in the Making
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1954-02-23 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/02/23 — Cover photograph of Tony Curtis & Janet Leigh by Milton H. Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Events in the Making: Taft-Hartley Gains Ground
  • Inside Washington
  • Mamie by Ruth Montgomery is about Mamie Eisenhower
  • The Wonderful Waldorf
  • The Howard Hughes Story, Part 2 of 3 by Stephen White
  • We Live With Lincoln
  • West Points of the Underworld by Walter Wanger
  • What Is a Lutheran? by G. Elson Ruff
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Suicide by Tariff? by Paul G. Hoffman
  • SCIENCE:

  • Strange New Wings
  • SPORTS:

  • Basketball by Barnum by Tim Cohane is about Bevo Francis
  • Winged Fury is about the Detroit Red Wings and includes a full-page color photo of Ted Lindsay in action on the ice with another color shot of Dutch Reibel on the other side of the page. Also pictured, but in b&w are Gordie Howe, Red Kelly, and Terry Sawchuk
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • King and Queen of Hearts is about Tony Curtis & Janet Leigh in The Black Shield of Falworth
  • What Is His Line by Gordon Allison is about John Daly

    FASHIONS:

  • These Are Petticoats
  • Man: Woman’s Best Gift Investment includes a full-page color photograph of Arlene Dahl
  • Clothes Co-Star in Comedy
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • The Private Life of the American Dog
  • LOOK’s Compact Diet
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1954-02-09 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/02/09 — Featured in the cover photographs are Howard Hughes, Jean Harlow, Ginger Rogers, Jane Russell, Lana Turner and Ava Gardner.

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • The Howard Hughes Story by Stephen White (looks like Part 1 of an article to be continued)
  • All-America Cities
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Events in the Making
  • Return to the Old Country is about a Norwegian returning home to visit after 34 years in America
  • An Armistice in the Cold War? by Walter Lippmann
  • Somerset Maugham at 80
  • SPORTS:

  • Knickerbocker Sucker is about Dick McGuire of the New York Knicks
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Broadway 1954: The Star’s The Thing
  • “Call Me Mamie” is about Mamie Van Doren
  • Martha Raye – At Home She’s Quieter
  • FASHIONS:

  • The Town Sees White
  • Swimsuits That Keep 150 Pounds Afloat
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Boys Will Be Men by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Bowls, Baskets and Bags
  • Is This the Protein Age?
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back cover featuring Deborah Kerr
  • 1954-01-26 Look Magazine Contents

    1954/01/26 — Cover photograph of Ernest Hemingway is by Earl Theisen.

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • The Return of Tom Swift
  • High Horsepower by George Koether
  • One Year Old celebrates Desi Arnaz Jr.s first birthday over two pages with 4 photos of him and his mother Lucille Ball
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Events in the Making
  • Safari by Ernest Hemingway includes 6 pages of color photographs including one of Hemingway with a leopard he has shot and another of him standing behind an African warrior who is holding a spear and shield
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • The Heart of a Boy
  • SPORTS:

  • The Slugging of Ray Arcel by Tim Cohane and Harry Grayson
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Mr. Peepers’ Girl is about Patricia Benoit
  • Career Girl Press Agent is about Virginia Wicks
  • The Glenn Miller Story – Movie Review starring James Stewart and June Allyson
  • FASHIONS:

  • Pellon – The Wonder Under
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Who Will Say Spats? by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Small-Fry Cooks
  • Those Wonderful Throwaways
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds: Warren Hull
  • What They Are Saying
  • Letters to the Editor
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • Camel Cigarettes ad on the back cover featuring William Holden
  • 1953-11-17 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/11/17 — Cover photograph of Marilyn Monroe is by Milton Greene

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • Communism and the Protestant Clergy by J.B. Matthews, Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam and Dr. Reinhold Neibuhr
  • Mississippi Trains Its Own Country Doctors by J.C. Furnas
  • Poker Capital is about Gardena, CA
  • Paratrooper from Brooklyn
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Events in the Making
  • Is This Madam Malenkov?
  • Aliens Are Swarming Over Our Unguarded Northern Border by Albert Q. Maisel
  • SPORTS:

  • Single-Wing Sanders by Tim Cohane is about Red Sanders
  • Blue Ribbon Girl
  • SPECIAL BOOK SECTION:

  • Man Vs. Bull (La Fiesta Brava) by Barnaby Conrad includes several pages of bullfighting photos
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • Modeling a Human Brain
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Danny Thomas — Extraordinary Jacobs by Leo Rosten
  • Joshua and the Midas Touch is about Josh Logan
  • Lorry Raine – She’s “Got to Happen” by George Eells
  • Marilyn Monroe – color pictures – 2 pages of color, one full page photo of Marilyn in black with black background, the other page has a little text at the bottom and three strips of photos above it counting for nine smaller images of Marilyn altogether. Photos by Milton Greene.
  • Two Lost Boys – Movie Review
  • ART:

  • Preview for USA
  • FASHIONS:

  • Gilt-Edged Work Clothes
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Tops in Coats by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Hooked Rug Revival
  • The Self-Basting Turkey
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Letters to the Editor
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • Camel Cigarettes ad on back cover features color photo of Maureen O’Sullivan
  • 1953-11-03 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/11/03 — Cover photograph by Catherine Stover

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • “I Hate Young Men” by Lauren Bacall
  • American Royal
  • Pity the Poor Teacher by Gerald Astor
  • “Custom” Cars for Everyone by George Koether
  • Foto Fun Fest
  • What Is an Agnostic? by Bertrand Russell
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Events in the Making
  • The Face of Moscow
  • SPORTS:

  • Arnold Weinmaster — Master Lineman by Tim Cohane
  • Coon vs. Coon Dog
  • Coley Wallace Plays Joe Louis
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • My Son Dies a Little Each Day by Helen Boerner
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Two Gals from Texas – Movie Review: The French Line with Jane Russell and Mary McCarty
  • Mama Remembers Milton Berle’s 40 Years in Show Business
  • ART:

  • Wall Street Art Collection
  • FASHIONS AND BEAUTY:

  • Sleeping Pretty
  • The All-American Look — And How it Grew
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Accessories in the Limelight by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • New Look for Halloween Parties
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Letters to the Editor
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • 1953-10-06 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/10/06 — Cover photograph of Ava Gardner is by Earl Theisen

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • A Gallery of Americans
  • Flying Speed Trap
  • Every Dog Has Its Day
  • “I Refuse to Answer on the Ground It May Incriminate Me” — What Are They Hiding? article about the Fifth Amendment by Fletcher Knebel
  • Truck Trailers on Rails by George Koether
  • What Is a Methodist? by Ralph W. Sockman
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Events in the Making
  • It’s Great to Be Home by Eddy and Tamara Gilmore
  • The Man Who Wouldn’t Look at Ava – 2 more pages of Ava Gardner photos like the cover, but in black & white
  • SPORTS:

  • One-Platoon Debate: Notre Dame’s Frank Leahy vs. Oklahoma’s Bud Wilkinson
  • The LOOK All America Baseball Team, with small photos of team members, Pee Wee Reese, Red Schoendienst, Stan Musial, Eddie Mathews, Mickey Mantle, Ted Kluszewski, Carl Furillo, Roy Campanella, Robin Roberts, and Billy Pierce
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • The Story of Ana’s Eyes
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Godfrey Himself: No Business Like His Business by Jack Wilson is Part 2 of an article about Arthur Godfrey
  • Eartha Kitt – 2 pages of color photos
  • Red Garters with Rosemary Clooney, Guy Mitchell, Gene Barry, and Joanne Gilbert
  • FASHIONS:

  • Even a Baby Can Cancan
  • The “Menace” Gets Dressed
  • Hemlines Go Up
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Back to the Wild Vest by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • “Ladies, Let the Chemicals Do Your Housework”
  • How to Enjoy Your Food by Charles Laughton
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Letters to the Editor
  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • What They Are Saying
  • Photoquiz
  • 1953-07-28 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/07/28 — Cover photograph of Olga Nicholas is credited to Kenneth Eide

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • Inside Washington
  • Events in the Making
  • The Puzzling Age of Puppy Love
  • A New Mr. Big in Crime by Ray Brennan
  • Toby’s Tussle With the Fine Arts
  • Who Are Jehovah’s Witnesses? by Milton G. Henschel
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • What Is a Communist? by Whittaker Chambers
  • Hitler’s Secret Conversations
  • SPORTS:

  • What to Watch for in Big League Baseball by Rogers Hornsby
  • The Form’s the Thing
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Circus Story
  • Movie Review: The Sword and the Rose
  • J.Fred Muggs – Rich Chimp
  • ART:

  • Living in a Painting – Hans Hofmann
  • FASHIONS AND BEAUTY:

  • Midsummer Fantasies: How to Keep Cool in a Heat Wave
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • White House Gardener is about Bob Redmond
  • Laughing Waters – The Seven Ages of a Soda
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • Letters to the Editors
  • What They Are Saying
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Photoquiz
  • For Women Only
  • 1953-06-02 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/06/02 — Cover photograph of Dorian Leigh is by Arthur Rothstein

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • The Young Stay Young at Dartmouth by John Lardner and illustrated by Walt Kelly
  • How to Make a Speech by Grove Patterson
  • The Picture of Dorian Leigh
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Report by Adlai Stevenson – Part 2 – Ballots and Bullets
  • How US Prisoners Broke Under Red “Brain Washing” by Richard Wilson
  • Festival in Grenada
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • What Parents Should Do About Polio This Summer
  • SPORTS:

  • How Ike Can Play in the 80’s by Ben Hogan as told to Tim Cohane
  • Your First Boat by David Klein
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Art Linkletter – Give-Away Zany
  • Glamour in Africa features Ava Gardner & Clark Gable in Mogambo with a page of color photos of mostly Gardner
  • FASHIONS AND BEAUTY:

  • Movie Actress Plays Nine Bathing Beauties features Joanne Gilbert
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Are Loud Jackets Coming Back? by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • Spring Garden Onions
  • “Dennis the Menace” Goes On the Great American Week End
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Behind the Scenes
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Letters and Pictures to the Editor
  • Photocrime
  • For Women Only
  • Photoquiz
  • This issue also includes a full-page color ad featuring Marilyn Monroe on the top half of the page pitching for Lustre-Creme
  • Camel Cigarettes ad on back cover features Charlton Heston in western gear
  • 1953-05-19 Look Magazine Contents

    1953/05/19 — Cover photograph of Adlai Stevenson is credited to Robert Lerner

    Contents as taken from this issue’s index are as follows:
    THE NATION:

  • New York, NY
  • The Unfair Sex by Nina Farewell
  • What Is an Episcopalian? by W. Norman Pittenger
  • Charles Addams – Master of the Macabre – Mostly photos on parts of 6 pages
  • Why Retire?
  • Jack Wilson’s Washington
  • THE WORLD:

  • Report by Adlai Stevenson on Japan, Korea, Formosa – 7 full pages with photos and text
  • LOOK Reports: Germany, the Big Problem, by Walter Lippmann
  • HEALTH AND SCIENCE:

  • Your Child Need Not Fear Surgery by William H. White
  • SPORTS:

  • Raise Your Boy to be a Catcher by Tim Cohane focuses on Boston Red Sox Sammy White
  • The Flesh Market
  • ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Old-Time Movies
  • Cole Porter ‘s Can-Can
  • Rita Gam – Look, Ma, I’m Talkin’
  • Ozzie and Harriet’s Ricky and David
  • War of the Worlds – The George Pal film, 2-page spread with about half of the photos in color
  • Movie Review: Shane – 3 pages
  • FASHIONS AND BEAUTY:

  • Clothes in an Art Gallery
  • MEN’S FASHIONS:

  • Painted Shirts by Perkins H. Bailey
  • FOOD AND HOME LIVING:

  • America’s Ten Favorite Flowers
  • Fool-the-Eye Diet
  • OTHER DEPARTMENTS:

  • Look Behind the Scenes
  • Letters and Pictures To the Editors
  • LOOK Applauds
  • Photoquiz
  • Photocrime