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New Yorker Magazine - June 29, 1987 - Cover by Marisabina Russo
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New Yorker Magazine - June 29, 1987 - Cover by Marisabina Russo
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 29, 1987 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: Marisabina Russo
Publication Date: June 29, 1987
Page Count: 90 pages
In this issue:

Books by Judith Thurman.

The Theatre LEGAL AID by Mimi Kramer.

American Chronicles FRENCHY AND THE PERSIANS by Calvin Trillin. AMERICAN CHRONICLES about deceit in the antiquities business. Daniel Kohl, proprietor of Old King Kohl's Antique Shop in N.Y., was a sort of rug-stealing contractor. Daniel Carreau (pseud.) was one of the gang who worked for him. Kohl heard of a job from Ned Sakhai, an Iranian in N.Y...

Reflections II-EXPERIENCING PLACES by Anthony Hiss. REFLECTIONS about the perception of urban spaces & their effect & especially about Times Square, where most of the buildings date from before the Depression, and are being looked at for immediate redevelopment, with huge office buildings & hotels up to 70 stories high. Writer tells about a simulation film...

Fiction The Place to Be by Shirley Hazzard. In mid-July of 1947, Peter Exley, an Australian on loan to the British Army, was sent to an Asian British colony (perhaps Hong Kong). He lived with another Australian in the barracks. His office was in the bank building. Rita Xavier, a typist, worked near him. She was Eurasian...

The Talk of the Town Bells by Judy Mellecker. Lengthy mention in talk story about a visit to Park Avenue South for a luncheon gathering of the metropolitan chapter of the American Bell Association, an organization of people who collect bells. Terry Mayer is the president of the Metropolitan Chapter. She told writer that in 1940 a woman won...

The Talk of the Town Instant Art by Nancy Ramsey. Talk story about instant art as practiced by Morris Katz. Writer audited a speed-painting course he teaches, under the auspices of the Learning Annex. It took place at the Notre Dame School on West 79 St. Mr. Katz is listed in the "Guinness Book of World Records". As of...

Comment by William Finnegan. I wouldn't know a Contra if I saw one," said David Fischer, the former personal assistant to Pres. Reagan who was recently granted immunity by the Iran-Contra special prosecutor in exchange for his cooperation in the investigation of the scandal. Fischer apparently meant this as a protestation of innocence...

The Talk of the Town The Harlem Opera House by William Finnegan. Talk story about a visit to the American Museum of Natural History one recent Saturday to see a show called "A Salute to the Harlem Opera House." Writer tells the history of the Harlem Opera House, including who performed there. Lord Burbage sang there--and he sang at the Kaufmann...

The Current Cinema BROAD STROKES by Pauline Kael.

Poetry Sighs and Inhibitions by John Ashbery. Starting well after the beginning, one invests...

Poetry Lost Love by Dick Allen. You're in the city, somewhere. I suppose if I stood...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 29, 1987 - Cover by Marisabina Russo

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