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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 16, 1977 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 16, 1977 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.

Cover artist: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: May 16, 1977
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track Slew Comes Through by G. F. T. Ryall. Billy Turner, Jr. is the trainer of Seattle Slew, who won the Kentucky Derby, and did a fine job. This is not the first Derby winner he's trained. He had Dust Commander - the winner of the race in 1970, and the sire of Run Dusty Run - as a two-year...

The Current Cinema About Rebellion: Two Fine Documentaries by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Union Maids", directed by Julia Reichert, James Klein and Miles Mogulescu...

The Talk of the Town Coil Springs at the Union Dime by Mark Singer. Talk story about a lecture in the Union Dime Savings Bank, at Sixth Avenue and 40th on the mechanics of automobiles. The lecture, designed to encourage customers for the bank, was given by Rosemary Joyce, a former Miss New York State, and dealt with the basics of car mechanics and...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Comment by Calvin Trillin. Comment about world's records. The Young Christian Students of Essex Catholic High School of Newark recently failed to break the world's record for continuous volleyball play. Rev. John Paprocki stopped the game after 17 hours at 2:30 on a Sunday morning because some of the players looked fatigued. Writer hails...

U. S. Journal Thoughts Brought On by Prolonged Exposure to Exposed Brick by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: NWQ ENGLAND about renovating warehouses in areas on the Atlantic Coast to make shopping places. The renovations involve exposing beans and brick to give the feeling of an earlier period when the buildings were first erected. Some of the buildings are self-contained markets, some are parts of...

Musical Events An American Requiem by Andrew Porter.

The Sporting Scene FROM IS MOLAS TO MEMORIAL TO AUGUSTA NATIONAL by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about golf-course architecture and the 1977 Masters tournament, played on the Augusta National course, in Augusta, Ga. Writer describes two new courses, Is Molas, on Sardinia, and the Memorial course, outside Columbus, Ohio. Piero Mancinelli designed Is Molas. Writer tells about terrain and the problems Mancinelli...

Books African Accents by John Updike.

The Talk of the Town Johnny's World Famous by James Stevenson. Talk story about Johnny's World Famous Reef Restaurant at the foot of City Island Avenue, in City Island, NY, in business for 26 years. Tells the seafood entrees available, in addition to corn-on-the-cob, hamburgers hot dogs, beer, soft drinks, etc. Picnic tables are available outdoors, overlooking the...

The Talk of the Town Interests by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about a young, easily excitable woman who has, at the moment, an intense interest in Macy's. She reports that for the last two weeks she has shopped daily at Macy's, buying nightgowns, bedspreads, wineglasses, etc. Macy's is the biggest department store in the world and the young woman...

Cartoon A Day In The Office (Illus.) by Dean Vietor. In an office songs are broadcast over a loud speaker directing the day's activities...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Souvenirs of an Avant-Garde by Harold Rosenberg.

Fiction Love and Painting by James Kaplan. In his junior year, Steven Ockner transferred from a dying college in the Bronx to a small, beautiful school in southern Massachusetts. He registered at the Art Center for a class in Beginning Painting. And, to his surprise, painting took him up. He changed his major from Physics to Studio...

Fiction Harbor by W. S. Merwin. Rarely is the night so clear on this coast at this time of...

Dancing In a Red Tutu by Arlene Croce.

Reflections DISINTOXICATION by William Pfaff. REFLECTIONS about European politics - the current tendency must be described as one of radical moderation. It is not true that recent voting in Sweden, Belgium, Portugal & Finland signifies a conservative trend, any more than that the rise of Communist influence in Italy & of Socialist strength in France means...

Poetry Norway by Norman Dubie. The raw slopes of meat are stabbed with pikes...

Poetry Fireweed by William H. Matchett. Not only in the vast parks with their crowded walks and water...

Poetry North-Northeast by Brendan Galvin. Last evening...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 16, 1977 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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