Summer beach fashions, 1950.
Summer beach fashions, 1950.Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images
Summer beach fashions, 1950.
Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyscrapers, 1948.
Jackie Kennedy reading to her daughter Caroline, 1960.
Children at the Tuileries Puppet Theatre, 1963.
The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946.
Model wearing Jacques Fath posing beside a Delahaye, 1947.
Summer beach fashions, 1950.
Nina Leen—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images
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LIFE Mother's Day Print Sale: Own an Iconic Photograph From the Archives

Updated: May 01, 2017 11:44 AM ET | Originally published: Apr 25, 2016

When Mother's Day rolls around, it's often easiest to turn to time-tested tokens of appreciation: flowers, breakfast in bed, even a heartfelt card. For those seeking something a little different this year, the LIFE Mother’s Day Sale offers not only an alternative to the routine gift, but also a piece of history. For a limited time, a selection of prints from the LIFE magazine archives will be available at a discount in the TIME Shop.

Three new photographs round out the shop's collection. From Nina Leen, who consistently elevated fashion photography to a high art, there's a beautifully composed image of beachwear styles popular in the summer of 1950. From Andreas Feininger, whose architectural training gave him a keen eye for structure, there's a stunning image of the Brooklyn Bridge against a painterly Manhattan skyline. And from Alfred Eisenstaedt, one of LIFE's most renowned photographers, a timeless image of Jackie Kennedy reading a bedtime story to her daughter Caroline in the weeks before her husband would be elected President of the United States.

From Monday, May 1 through Monday, May 8, use the promo code MOM30 to claim 30% off an 11×14-inch photographic print produced on archival quality paper. Each of the prints shown in the gallery above retails for $74.95 before the discount and includes the story behind the photograph and a certificate of authenticity.

Go to the TIME Shop for an opportunity to own—or gift—a piece of LIFE.

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