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New Yorker Magazine - September 4, 1971 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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New Yorker Magazine - September 4, 1971 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 4, 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: September 4, 1971
Page Count: 88 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Robert Bingham. These field notes have come in from a bird-watcher on Martha's Vineyard: "The hummingbird builds her nest of cinnamon ferns & spider webs, shingled with lichens to resemble a small gnarl on a pine branch. Miraculously, we've spotted one just at eye level beside the dirt road that leads...

The Talk of the Town Demonstration by Wallace White. Talk story about a demonstration at Central Park against the open-trench evacuation that eventually will link the 6th and 7th Ave. subways with the new 63 St. line to Queens. During the demonstration, a representative from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority arrived and said that the playground would be rebuilt...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

The Current Cinema FRITTERING WITH A VENGEANCE by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of his new film, "Deep End...

Annals of Medicine THE SANTA CLAUS CULTURE by Berton Roueche. ANNALS OF MEDICINE about a small epidemic of Salmonella cubana at the Massachusetts General Hospital. This is a type of food poisoning that is often fatal when its victims are very young or very old or have some other disease. The outbreak had its origin somewhere in the hospital itself...

Fiction Pastry in Motion; A Rich History, Revealed Through Art and Archeology by James Stevenson. An illustrated history of pie-throwing. The series of 9 drawings & captions includes the 1919 Smith College pie-throwing team...

The Talk of the Town Unencompassed by Joseph Miserendino. A Long Island chum of ours, in need of a pair of automobile tires, spotted an ad run by one of the auto-supply chains, and promptly called the nearest branch for directions. "We're right off the Wantagh Parkway," said the voice oil the phone. "You can't miss us." "Fine...

The Talk of the Town Wonderful Day by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the Valley Railroad Company's Inaugural Run, at the Grand Reopening of Steam Excursion Service, from Essex to Deep River, Conn., on the 100th anniversary of the First Run. Before the Inaugural Run began, there were speeches made by the president of the company, Oliver Jensen, and the...

The Race Track Saratoga Exit by G. F. T. Ryall. Shadow Brook, who won the Grand National Steeplechase at Saratoga, was trained for the Stephen Clarks by Sid Watters, Jr...

The Talk of the Town Alec Wilder by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Alec Wilder, a composer whose works range from popular songs & woodwind octets, to orchestral compositions & 3-act operas. Writer visited him At Town Hall, where a group of his friends, called the Wilder Winds, were going to perform several of his pieces, & were having...

The Talk of the Town by George Wickes. Overheard outside the New School, young man to young woman: "But first you must determine whether you are disillusioned with you or with the you that is playing the role that you are playing...

Fiction Night Out by A. Alvarez. Two men are climbing a mountain, an older man & a younger one, when the sky darkens & it begins to snow. They can't go down, so they have to go up. Fear makes the older man weak, but keeps the younger one going, till finally it gets too dark...

The Theatre OFF BROADWAY by Edith Oliver. Reviews her "Croesus and the Witch," at Miss Carroll's studio, at the Urban Arts Corps Theatre, on W. 20th...

A Reporter at Large HOME AGAIN by Daniel Lang. REPORTER AT LARGE about a Vietnam war veteran, Frank Reed (pseudonym). Tells how this 26-year-old former Marine Corps sergeant changed his feelings regarding the war, blacks, & the gov't. after having served his year in Vietnam. Tells how when he came to New York he found through the...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

Poetry Running Away Together by Maxine Kumin. It will be an island on strings...

Poetry Requiem for Sonora by Richard Shelton. a small child of a wind...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 4, 1971 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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