viernes, 23 de junio de 2017

Palm Springs life

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July 1965  ABOUT THE COVER: The pleasure of summer time in the Palm Springs area is expressed by Carole Sackley as she relaxes in the pool at the Tamarisk Country Club home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Spare. Carole is the wife of Stan Alan Sackley, of the architectural firm of Sackely and Light (Palm Springs and Los Angeles), who designed the home.Photography by George Lindblade.: November 1962 ABOUT THE COVER Palm Springs Civic Art Association is sponsoring a gala dinner and fashion show, titled YOUR LIFE IN COLOR KEY for the benefit of the Association's gallery and activities, at the Palm Springs Riviera Hotel on November 17. Mrs. Frank Bering, seated, is the general chairman for the event, James Logan Abernathy is president of Palm Springs Civic Art Association, while lovely Dzo is wearing a Helga creation which will be featured by Bullock's of Palm Springs in the show:
May 1962 ABOUT THE COVER: Years ago Mrs. Frank H. Bennett (standing) formed the habit of placing desert wildflowers in her western hat while riding horseback over the many fascinating trails nearby Palm Springs. This was created the now famed Palm Springs Hat. The setting for the May cover are the grounds of Edward F. Bishop's CoCo Cabana Hotel on Araby Drive.: October 1962 ABOUT THE COVER: Beautiful Bermuda Dunes Country Club is the picturesque setting for this month's cover. Co-owner Ray Ryan is mounted bareback, Hizzoner Palm Springs Mayor Frank Bogert stands western style behind a Formula One Jr. race car decorated by the sultry charms of swimmer Patti Carr, Marian Eccleston is the lovely tennis player, Russ Wade the well dressed golfer while Florence Stowers, Palm Springs Life publisher's assistant, lithly reclines in the foreground.:

Radiating a spaciousness to match that of its magnificent view, the home of Arthur Elrod, AID, nestles in splendor in the excavated rock of a splintered desert ridge - if a 5,700 square-foot house can be said to "nestle". Built specifically for the desert, the residence is much more than the sum of its materials and site. Dramatic, charged with surprises, frankly self-indulgent, consummately finished and elegantly appointed, Elrod's elegant eyrie might be the ultimate Palm Springs home: June 1962   ABOUT THE COVER: Palm Springs and the Desert Empire have long been favored as backgrounds for national products in advertisements. The prestige that accrues to these famous products and brands who 'marry' the exciting gracious desert way of life has a mutual benefit. America's Third Way of Life, Desert Living, is portrayed in dramatic fashion for millions to observe. The June cover shows an exciting new product, Studebaker's Avanti for 1963, at Eldorado Country Club in Palm Desert.:

December 1968   ABOUT THE COVER: Nancy Sinatra's colorful Pucci apparel heralds the gaiety of the holiday season and is a reminder, too, that the annual West Coast unveiling of new Pucci collections from Saks is held as a charity benefit in our fair city, which Nancy's father, Frank, has declared to be his permanent home, following his announced exodus from L.A.: Imagen relacionada

June-July-August 1968  ABOUT THE COVER:   Annual "Miss Tramwayland" beauty pageant, held July 4, 1968 at the mountain station of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, attracts beautiful young women from all over Southern California. Victor Mature heads this year's panel of three judges. The winner and her court of princesses receive awards and are guests of honor at the Jaycees fireworks spectacular that night at Angels Stadium.: Resultado de imagen de palm springs life covers

April 1960 ABOUT THE COVER: The Cover was photographed at verdant Indian Wells Country Club by Paul Pospesil of Palm Springs. Beautiful Indian maiden was depicted by Florence Horn, also of Palm Springs. Cover was shot in honor of Indian Wells' third annual Invitational Pow Wow, an event staged in celebration of the club's third anniversary. Indian Wells' magnificent clubhouse (completed last year) looms in background.: October 1967 ABOUT THE COVER: Marianne Hannah, lovely boss-lady of Ribbonwood Ranch, thanks proud stallion El Gato for condescending to don a frou-frou hat and "host" a party at Ribbonwood's hilltop estate in Mountain Center, Calif. El Gato and the other fine stock at Ribbonwood are of Crabbet breeding, England's great Arabian source. Breeders from the horsy set were El Gato's guests at the luau. Photo by Bob Paxton.:

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Besos y feliz finde!!!

December 1962 ABOUT THE COVER: The famed Tumbleweed Christmas Tree in the lobby of the El Mirador Hotel was long a Village tradition. Pretty Heidi Oistad was four years old when this picture was taken.:

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