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New Yorker Magazine - September 10, 1973 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 10, 1973 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: September 10, 1973
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Richard Harris. Pres. Nixon was said to be so encouraged by the results of his recent press conference that he would consider holding more such conferences in coming weeks Since this feeling was reported by White House aides only hours after the conference & before any general reactions across the country could...

The Talk of the Town Balloons by Wallace White. Talk story about a meeting in Central Park with a group of about 30 children under the care of Nicolas Ramirez, a teaching aide at the Chama Child Development Center on W. 147th St. He said: "We take care of the kids from about 8 in the morning till 5...

The Talk of the Town Book Market by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about the New Books Presentation and Exhibition, held in Exposition Hall of the Statler Hilton. About 800 new books were being shown, principally to librarians from 9 Eastern states. The show was put on by the Baker & Taylor Company, the oldest & largest wholesale book distributor in...

The Race Track Belmont Again by G. F. T. Ryall. Jack Dreyfus's Onion, who beat Secretariat in the Whitney, is to be in the Marlboro Cup on Sept. 15th...

Fiction The Revolt At Broceliande by Sylvia Townsend Warner. Story about 2 eunuchs at Broceliande, Queen Melior's elfin court in Brittany, the foremost in the region, which had preserved the pure tradition of elves in ancient Persia. Believing in Afrits, powerful spirits who were worshipped & feared, the court held pious cockfight rituals, sacrificing the victor. The eunuchs, Ib...

The Talk of the Town Vacation Intelligence by Roy Bongartz. Talk story about the photographs on the window of the Eat Shoppe, a short-order restaurant at 96th St. & Broadway, which was closed for summer vaction between August 12th & 27th. The photographs were of the restaurant's nine employees, and had written descriptions & collages of vacation destinations surrounding...

Profiles THE BLACK PEOPLE OF BRIDGEHAMPTON by Calvin Tomkins. PROFILE about the current state of this Long Island community, in Suffolk County. Interviews with its residents--black & white, and tells about its history. The black population, which constitutes half the total population, comes partly from the migrant-worker force which decided to stay in eastern Suffolk County after...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. During his recent difficult press conference, hoping that less time would be devoted to questions about Watergate, Pres. Nixon announced he was naming Henry Kissinger to succeed William Rogers, as Sec. of State (The strategy was a failure-the reporters continued their questions on Watergate). Rogers devoted a lot of...

The Current Cinema In A Large Room by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Bang the Drum Slowly". Produced by lawyer Maurice Rosenfield and his wife, Lois...

Fiction A Short History of the "Spitball" (illus.) by James Stevenson. The history of the spitball with illustrations. The spitball is a baseball...

The Talk of the Town The Thalia by Victor Chen. Talk story about the Thalia Theatre, just west of Broadway on 95 St. It has been directed by Mrs. Ursula Lewis, who will retire on Sept. 27th & move to her country home in Mass. Unless someone with the right qualifications steps forward - financial strength & dedication to good movies...

Fiction Swindlers by Joel Gross. Story about a young New York couple on honeymoon in Paris. Groom says he refuses to think about failure & the couple live royally while on holiday. Bride had been familar with a Hungarian painter, Darvas, through her uncle who lives in Paris. They want to seek him out. He...

Poetry From A Journal by George Amabile. I'd been off by myself trying to evolve...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 10, 1973 - Cover by James Stevenson

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