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New Yorker Magazine - September 2, 1974 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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New Yorker Magazine - September 2, 1974 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 2, 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: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: September 2, 1974
Page Count: 84 pages
In this issue:

A Reporter at Large THE WORKING-CLASS MAJORITY by Andrew Levison. REPORTER AT LARGE about misconceptions about and prolems of blue-collar workers. These are defined as craftsmen & foremen; operatives (men who operate machinery), & (non-farm) laborers. It is a myth that America now has a white-collar majority. The census shows that in the past 2 decades it...

Books by John Updike.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about the new atmosphere in the White House under President Gerald Ford. The Pres. has broken the ice on the subject of amnesty. He told the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Chicago: "In my first words as Pres. of all the people, I acknowledged a power higher than the...

The Talk of the Town Grand by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about attending the black Elks' 75th annual Grand Lodge Convention of the Improved Benevolent and Productive Order of Elks of the World. Twenty thousand black Elks attended the convention, which cost over one million dollars. Spoke at length with the Elks' Grand Commissioner of Education, Colonel George Washington...

The Talk of the Town by Alfred Kazin. Overheard outside a cottage near the dunes in Well-fleet, middle-aged woman to nearby group of noisy small fry: "Children please be quiet and understanding and play elsewhere. The Professor is writing a book review, and I'm sure that all your fathers are writing book reviews, too...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. At Saratoga the triple paid $63,624 - the biggest payoff on a two-dollar ticket in the annals of thoroughbred racing in New York. To win a triple, you m must pick the horses who finish one-two-three, in that order. Tells how schoolteacher John Hansel won it. He lives...

U. S. Journal IMPACT by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: VALDEZ, ALASKA, about Valdez, a small port on the south coast of Alaska, which in the late sixties was chosen to be the terminus of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline. From the time oil was discovered on the North Slope of Alaska in 1968, until the federal permit...

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. On the occasion of Jean Renoir's 80th birthday (he was born Sept. 15, 1894) the N. Y. Cultural Center is playing 8 of his features. The celebration runs from Sept. 4th to 15th. Lists the films that will be shown, reviews some of them, plus a critique of Renoir...

Family Life Night Thoughts by Gilbert Rogin. Unable to sleep, Albert wanders through his dark apt. Sunday night, reflecting on his family life. Barging into his wife Violet's room, (formerly his stepdaughter's) Violet, who is in the midst of doing the Sunday "Times" crossword puzzle, tells Albert that Emily, her daughter and Emily's boyfriend will be coming...

The Talk of the Town by E. I. Lamont. Sign observed in the window of a restaurant in Warwick, Rhode Island: REAL BOSTON STYLE EXOTIC CHINESE POLYNESIAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE...

The Talk of the Town "Flying Through Mountain" by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about two different events attended by the writer. The first was a promotional stunt. Writer sailed off Manhattan on the yacht designed a couple of yrs. ago by Jean-Yves Terlain, a Frenchman, who then wanted to enter a transatlantic race for solo sailers. Terlain succeeded in setting...

The Talk of the Town Staying For the Slack by Ian Frazier. Talk story about two rodeos at Madison Sq. Garden on the Wed. night when Loretta Lynn's Longhorn World Championship Rodeo opened there. Miss Lynn, who sings country-and-western music is one of the owners of the show. The first rodeo was for the customers & the second one, called...

Poetry How The Invalids Make Love by Susan L. Feldman. The room must be warmer than...

Poetry A Kindness by William Dickey. Where did we stop? In dead summer, that is...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 2, 1974 - Cover by Charles E. Martin

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