1944 in Print — Life Magazine, March 20, 1944

March 20, 1944, Life Magazine

March 20, 1944: The cover story features ballerina Nana Gollner, better known as Golovina. The featured photographer is Carl Mydans, who was held prisoner by the Japanese for 16 months. His essay is on the Tule Lake “Segregation Center,” which may remember was the site of some turmoil in 1943. The week’s movie is “Lady in the Dark.” And yes, Carl Mydans’ son is Seth Mydans of the New York Times. Courtesy of Google.

March 20, 1944, Life Magazine

Courtesy in the air, from American Airlines.

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