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New Yorker Magazine - March 18, 1974 - Cover by Ronald Searle
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New Yorker Magazine - March 18, 1974 - Cover by Ronald Searle
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 18, 1974 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: Ronald Searle
Publication Date: March 18, 1974
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Letter from New Orleans by Rogers E. M. Whitaker. Talk story about a trip taken by railroad buff, Ernest M. Frimbo, who travelled with friends to New Orleans for Mardi Gras Week via the Pennsylvania, a famous private railway car which was hooked up to the Southern Railway's Southern Crescent. Gives thorough description of this posh & historic car...

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL COURT GAMES by Andy Logan. Tells about political figures who have been indicted in the last year or so. Dr. Thomas W. Matthew, a black Democrat, was active as pres. of the National Economic Growth & Reconstruction Org. (NEGRO), a black self-help conglomerate. He was accused of misappropriation of funds. He claimed this was...

The Theatre THE THEATRE OFF BROADWAY by Edith Oliver. Review of "The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife", a farce by Lorca, performed in Spanish, at Intar, an Off Off Broadway Spanish theatre and dramatic workshop, on W. 53 St. The repertoire at Intar is international, although the language is always Spanish. Admission free, contributions accepted...

The Talk of the Town You Are As Brave As Vincent Van Gogh by Donald Barthelme. The writer talks about his lover who he thinks is as brave as Vincent van Gogh and as beautiful as 12 Edward Hoppers. She is intelligent and also innocent a free spirit who is approaching 30 and wants to live life to its fullest. She wants to see fireworks and...

The Talk of the Town Farrell's Party by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about a birthday party given for writer James T. Farrell, who was 70 on Ash Wed. The party was held at the National Art Museum of Sport, one of the anterooms of Madison Square Garden, and was given by Cleo Paturis, editor of "American Girl," who is one...

A Reporter in Washington A REPORTER IN WASHINGTON, D.C. II-AUTUMN NOTES by Elizabeth Drew. In diary form, writer tells of events in Wash. from Oct. 28 to Dec. 21, 1973. The idea of impeachment became more prevalent. Some thought the Pres. should resign. Facts about spying on Democrats during the '72 Pres. campaign came out. Talk of confirming Ford as V.-P. was really...

Fiction Journey To Eddie by Maureen Connell. An English woman, now separeated from her husband, visits her uncle Eddie in Chunya, a small town in East Africa near Tanzania. She must take a charter flight back to London and has only one day to spend with him After a long journey she reaches Mbeya, the regional capital...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. We've just learned that Arab financiers are helping to put up a Hilton hotel in Atlanta. We've also heard rumors that the Arab nations are going to lift their oil embargo against the U.S. Not long ago Arab leaders were threatening economic destruction of any nation that did not fall...

Musical Events by Shaw Shawe-Taylor.

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. The Kentucky State Racing Commission is in a dilemma as to how to limit the size of the field for the Derby. They and Churchill Downs management see a splitting of the race as practically inevitable. It has never been done before. Commission spokesman Keene Daingerfield said all sorts of...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of "Badlands", written, produced, directed by Terrence Malick, who also spent a year editing it. It's his first film; he is 29...

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. The February 28 elections in Britain resulted in a slim victory for Harold Wilson's Labour Party. It won 301 seats to the Conservative's 296-and was 17 votes short of a majority in the House. The voters' minds had been made up by the combination of rising prices, hatred of...

The Talk of the Town Trying Out by Wallace White. Talk story about Reno Sweeney, a night club on W. 13th St. which on Mon. nights holds public auditions for performers who want to try out new material or who are looking for bookings. Writer visited the club the night actor Michael Moriarty and actress Diane Keaton performed. The club's...

Poetry Fishing by W. S. Merwin. Day and night as a child...

Poetry Winter Radio by Sheldon Flory. A faint singing...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 18, 1974 - Cover by Ronald Searle

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