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New Yorker Magazine - October 28, 1972 - Cover by Albert Hubbell
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - October 28, 1972 - Cover by Albert Hubbell
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 28, 1972 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine was carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover. It does not have a mailing label and never had one.

Cover artist: Albert Hubbell
Publication Date: October 28, 1972
Page Count: 160 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Aboard the Caronia by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about the ship Caronia. Much of the interior of the ship is decorated in Art Deco, including the bar and lounge and two restaurants...

The Talk of the Town by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about a party held at the Plaza Hotel after the premiere showing of the movie, "Lady Sings the Blues", starring Diana Ross as Billie Holiday. The star of "Superfly", Ron O'Neal, was among the celebrities present...

Books by Mollie Panter-Downes.

The Sporting Scene FIELDS OF FORCE by George Steiner. Lengthy discussion of in THE SPORTING SCENE about chess & the world-title match, in Iceland, which, he won defeating Boris Spassky. The final benefits of the 29-year-old winner may exceed $200. thousand. In spite of his erratic behavior & unreasonable financial & personal demands during the match...

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL-BALTIMORE CITY FAIR by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about the third annual Baltimore City Fair. A city fair is consistent with the kind of urban morale boosting that has been going on in cities across the country the past several yrs. A certain amount of this is necessary as even those problems that appear to be...

The Talk of the Town Premiere by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about the benefit premiere, for the N.A.A.C.P., of the movie, "Lady Sings the Blues", in which Diana Ross plays Billie Holiday. The premiere was held last week at the Loews State 1 Theatre. Reporter spent some time with Brenda Bellamy, from Brooklyn, and George Childs, from Lexington Avenue...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town by Nancy B. Thurson. A New England lady of our acquaintance was so struck by the quiet understatement of a travel folder she picked up last week in a Vermont state park that she has sent along an excerpt for our pleasure: "These are suggestions only of things to see and do. Each family...

The Theatre NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPING by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment on the illegal assumption of power in the Nixon Administration. The very definitions of power, law & crime have blurred. A man caught breaking into the Democratic National Headquarters with bugging equipment reasons publicly that he has done nothing wrong, because he was in the employ of the "top...

Fiction A Guide to Some of the Lesser Ballets by Woody Allen. Synopses of five lesser-known ballets. The first is "Dmitri" recounting the love story of Natasha who is sad because her father has been sent to fight in Khartoum and there is no war there and Leonid, who is too shy to speak to her, but places a mixed-green...

Fiction The Third Person by Ted Walker. A man driving along a country road in Ireland is forced to pick up an old woman who has strewn her bundles across the road. He doesn't like hitchhikers and this person is especially undesirable. She was dressed in widow's rags and men's boots and was the ugliest person he...

The Talk of the Town by Philip Weiner. Notice recently observed on the students' bulletin board at the entrance to Merton College (founded 1264, in Oxford: Frisbee and other such games are not permitted in the fellows' garden but are permitted on the croquet lawn...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Lengthy review of Bernardo Bertolucci's "Last Tango in Paris", starring Marlon Brando, which was shown at the N.Y. Film Festival on Oct. 14, but is not scheduled to play here until January. Writer says: "This may be the most powerfully erotic movie ever made, & it may turn out to...

The Talk of the Town Calders Revisited by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about visit with Alexander (Sandy) Calder, his wife Louisa, and Klaus Perls at the Perls Galleries which is presenting a show of Calder's oil paintings done between 1924 and 1958. In 1906, Mrs. Ella Burr McManus, a daughter of Alfred E. Burr, who was founder and first editor...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Writer gives statistics showing that fewer people are going racing on Long Island these days and they are also betting less at the track. Figures given for Aqueduct & Belmont. OTB is the villain. Albany is piqued by the state treasury's loss of so much revenue from betting at the...

Poetry All Hallows by Louise Gluck. Even now this landscape is assembling...

Poetry The Muse of History At Rampanalgas by Derek Walcott. Miasma, acedia, the enervation of damp...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 28, 1972 - Cover by Albert Hubbell

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