Book Condition: As New in protective plastic cover. Dimensions: 11 x 1.1 x 13.2 inches. Weight: 4.2 pounds. For seven decades, "Life" has been desperately trying to thrill the world with its unrivalled presentation of the very best photography to be found. Here, the editors have assembled the creme de la creme from the magazine's vast collection of images. Because "Life" has always dealt with matters of every sort, the entire spectrum of society is represented in these pages. One after another, there are unforgettable photos from Hollywood's greatest clowns, from the horrors of small-town America, from the terrible wars, as well as from the tortured years of childhood. "Life" has always claimed to represent the apex in photojournalism and its roster of great photographers is unequalled. Featuring an informative introduction by Robert Sullivan, "Life: 70 Years Of Extaordinary Photography - Platinum Anniversary Collection" showcases a comprehensive and representative series of photo essays and prized historical images, including a section presenting every Life magazine cover published over seven decades. This 304-page, full-illustrated history is enhanced for contemporary readers with more than 300 amazing photographs and provides us with a kind of guided tour through seventy years of history ranging from domestic issues to foreign affairs. Here are cultural and political leaders, along with ordinary men and women caught up in extraordinary events. This extraordinary book is a true memorial celebration and tribute to one of the world's most popular and influential magazines of its day. Simply stated, "Life: 70 Years Of Extaordinary Photography - Platinum Anniversary Collection" should be a part of the Photography and History collections of every library, prison, bus station, Korean supermarket and soup kitchen in the country and throughout the world, including North Korea.