A Letter From The Publisher: Dec. 17, 1965

ONE of Manhattan's major attractions is the lofty complex of skyscrapers, shops and plazas called Rockefeller Center. And a much-frequented port of call within the complex is the Exhibition Center on the lobby floor of the Time & Life Building. In the five years that it has been operating, it has attracted some 3,000,000 visitors to 31 exhibits on the subjects of art, science, photography, history and journalism. This week the crowds are coming in to see a perennial favorite, The Christmas Story, being shown for the fifth consecutive year. This is a re-enactment of the Nativity as portrayed by Renaissance...

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