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New Yorker Magazine - August 28, 1971 - Cover by Edward Koren
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - August 28, 1971 - Cover by Edward Koren
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 28, 1971 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: Edward Koren
Publication Date: August 28, 1971
Page Count: 88 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Abraham Lincoln: Lawyer, Statesman, and Golf Nut by Thomas Meehan. Angered at the distortion of truth on TV quiz shows, the writer hoped to set a few of the facts on Lincoln straight, especially concerning his love of sports. Even during the Civil War, hardly a day went by that he wasn't up at dawn to play 18 holes before...

The Talk of the Town Videomagnifiers by Lillian Ross. Talk story about Joshua White, who produces closed-circuit television shows for rock concerts. The writer talks about "the emlemed-T-shirt-and jeans-and-boots uniform" of the workmen setting up, the equipment for a concert that night in Madison Square Garden. At the concert, later on, he sat...

The Talk of the Town by C. Andrews. Kasseri Greek Type Cheese, made in Milwaukee, bears the slogan, "Like a Grecian urn, this cheese is rich in Old World flavor...

The Race Track Reason Enough by G. F. T. Ryall. Frank J. Caldwell, Long Island furniture manufacturer & stable owner, was suspended by the N.Y. State Racing Commission, which charged that he, "acting in concert with others, attempted to & did conceal from the commission the interest of an unlicensed person" in horses stabled & raced at the N.Y. tracks...

Books by George Steiner.

Fiction Re the Tower Project by Garrison Keillor. In answer to concern voiced by personnel about the future of the Super-Tall Tower project, the Company assures them that everything is fine. Also, all questions raised by Tower Critics have been taken care of: 1) While it's true that money is needed for cancer & poverty, it will...

The Talk of the Town Liquor Store by Susan Sheehan. Talk story about the Grand Plaza Liquor Store in Brooklyn. The owner, Bob Reinert, is a native of Brooklyn, and has been in the business for 14 years. The store is in a middle-middle-class neighborhood, where young couples are renovating Park Slope's brownstones and where a lot of...

The Talk of the Town Defender by Brendan Gill. Talk story about Mrs. Margot Gayle, who has started half a dozen organizations set up to preserve the architectural evidence of the great past of N.Y.C. Her latest effort is the Friends of Cast-iron Architecture. The writer went along on a walking tour sponsored by the group of the...

The Talk of the Town Vital Center by Philip Hamburger. A Washington friend reports that he was mighty pleased with himself the other day when he received an invitation from the Department of State that read, "The Delegation of the United States of America to the Resumed Plenipotentiary Conference on Definitive Arrangements for the International Telecommunications Satellite Consortium requests the...

The Current Cinema JACQUES TATI by Penelope Gilliatt. Revivial of his film, "My Uncle...

A Week's Journal CRUISING SPEED-II by William F. Buckley. A WEEK'S JOURNAL in which William F. Buckley Jr. tells about his activities in December & about his associates. Lengthy description of two debates: one at the University of Bridgeport with Dick Gregory & the other with Ramsey Clark before the annual convention of the National Association of Manufacturers. Discusses...

Letter from Long Island Sound by Morton M. Hunt. Writer tells about a week-long cruise with 2 friends in a chartered sailboat on L.I. Sound. Compares the trip with one he made in 1963. In a mere eight years the number of registered powerboats & sailboats in L. I. Sound had increased by about 40%--to around 270,000...

Fiction The Music at Long Verney by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Oliver & Sybil Furnival are an old English couple. Long Verney is their home, & though they can hardly afford it, they feel they can manage, since their main pleasure is reading. But then Sybil has a car accident, & they move into the gamekeeper's cottage. Long Verney is rented...

The Current Cinema Jacques Tati by Penelope Gilliatt.

Comment by Robert MacMillan. Letter from an artist friend: "Every afternoon when I take my constitutional, I pass the University Place branch of the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. & see in the window a poster that shows a plump, elderly man, got up to look like Winston Churchill, & reeking of retirement, sitting outdoors...

Poetry Bay Days by Howard Moss. The clouds were doing unoriginal things...

Poetry A Baptist Church in Maine by David Walker. My childhood's lame-duck Sundays: the bells toll "White...

Poetry On Refusing An Invitation To Dine With A Peer's Son And Some Of The So-Called Beautiful People by Brendan Gill. Take care! The sycophants with whom you sup...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 28, 1971 - Cover by Edward Koren

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