Red, White & True: Stars Celebrate the Fourth of July
40 years, 2,148 covers and 54,344 stories from PEOPLE magazine's history for you to enjoy
Jan 19, 1976
Vol. 5 No. 2
January 19, 1976
A Scholarly Chemist Turned Cop Leads the Hunt for the La Guardia Bomber
Love Letter to Liz: a Stunning Portrait by a Photographer Named Wynberg
Senator Jim Abourezk, Son of a Lebanese Peddler, Takes on the Army Over 'Wounded Knee'
Quarterback Roger Staubach: a Tough Texas Hero Who Doesn't Mind Sounding Corny
Mimi and Red Grooms Kick Up a Ruckus with Their Mad Mini Portrait of Manhattan
Robert Coles, the Crayon Man of Harvard, Talks About Our 'Children of Crisis'
Seals & Crofts Mix Music and Baha'í Faith to Earn Pennies for Heaven
Ever Wonder Who Picks Out the Prizes for the Cracker Jack Boxes? Meet Susan Reedquist
A Texas Mother Loses Custody of Her 9-year-old Son Because She Is a Lesbian
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, for Lending Your Name
Plastic Surgeon Paul Tessier Wins International Fame Correcting the Cruel Mistakes of Nature
A Woman from Prague Finds Joy and Maybe An Olympic Ski Medal as An Instant American
Like a Retired Confidential Agent, Author Graham Greene Hides Quietly in Paris
Dr. Estelle Ramey Is a Woman Who Knows Her Places—Wife, Mother, Scientist, Activist
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