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New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1972 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1972 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 9, 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: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: December 9, 1972
Page Count: 180 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Spider Man by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about the spider collection of the Museum of Natural History and talk with Dr. John A. L. Cooke, the spider curator. The Museum of Natural History recently received 250,000 spiders from the University of Utah, thus increasing its collection - already the largest in the world - from 770,000 to...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. When the Pres. came to our city the other day, he heard Norman Vincent Peale praise him from the pulpit as "One of the great peacemakers of history." It is true that the Pres. has talked of peace incessantly...he has done everything but the one thing he must do...

The Theatre by Brendan Gill. In review of "Via Galactica", which served to open the new Uris Theatre, writer comments on the theatre itself. The theatre is at 51 St. & Broadway...

Fiction The Milk Run by Christina Stead. Ever since his sister had returned home after having been beaten on the milk run, Matthew, 7, had been going to get milk from Dappeto, his grandfather's place. His parents had not believed his sister about having been beaten, and though Matthew knew who the boy had been, their unbelief...

A Reporter at Large POETIC LARKS BID BALD EAGLE WELCOME SWAN OF LIVERPOOL by Hendrik Hertzberg. REPORTER AT LARGE about John Lennon & Yoko Ono & the deportation case against them. John, 32, & Yoko, 39, who have been married since 1969, have been in this country since Aug, 13, 1971, to pursue their careers but mostly for the purpose of securing custody of Yoko's 9...

Profiles EARLY VOICE II-REACHING FOR THE MOON by Jervis Anderson. PROFILE of A. Philip Randolph, black union leader, aged 83. In 1925 Randolph was asked to head the effort to establish a porters' union. At first he declined, but soon after, he accepted. On Aug. 25, 1925 the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was inaugurated in NY. The Pullman Co...

Portfolio Selling by Lillian Ross. Talk story about David Douglas Duncan's coming to town to sell copies of a portfolio of his photographs. He saw Stanley Marcus, of Neimans...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. One day last week, Gov. William T. Cahill of New Jersey and Sonny Werblin, broke ground for a sports complex on the Jersey Meadows that will include a race track with a stand big enough for 30,000 people, a football stadium for the N.Y. Giants, & goodness knows what else...

The Talk of the Town Breadline by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about the oldest breadline in America at the St. Francis of Assisi Church and Monastery, at 135 W. 31 St. It was started in 1929 & has been functioning every day since. Today about 200 people are in line, says the writer. The only food given out is...

Fiction Property by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The author recounts his meeting as a young emigre recently arrived from Poland, with Max Peshkin, a former anarchist whose memoirs have just been published in 3 volumes. Max discusses the old anarchists & their idols & tells the story of his relationship with a married couple, Maurice & Libby...

Poetry Emblem by Richard Eberhart. A great snowy owl...

Poetry His steady hand rests on the vanquished head, Aristotle Contemplating The Bust of Homer: After Rembrandt by J. D. O'Hara. His steady hand rests on the vanquished head...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1972 - Cover by Charles E. Martin

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