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New Yorker Magazine - July 9, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - July 9, 1973 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 9, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: July 9, 1973
Page Count: 72 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Dean's First Day by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about John Dean's first day of testimony before the Seanate Committee investigating the Watergate affair. Bernstein, of the Washington "Post," is the young reporter who with his partner Bob Woodward is as responsible as anyone for the existence of the Committee...

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: OKLAHOMA REFLECTIONS ON MUSKOGEE'S ACQUIRING ITS OWN SUBMARINE by Calvin Trillin. US JOURNAL about tourism in Oklahoma, and particularly about the Batfish, a W.W. II submarine anchored in the Arkansas River at Muskogee, now a port city, thanks to the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. The idea for the sub was suggested by the Submarine Vets of W.W. II, &...

The Talk of the Town Lesson by Lillian Ross. Talk story about a tennis lesson filmed for WNBC-TV at the Central Park courts one morning last week. Central Park tennis pro Hank Fenton gave a lesson to a few children before the television cameras. The producer, Matthew Mattiello, apologized to the tennis players whose court was being used...

The Current Cinema THE WITS VS. THE NITWITS by Penelope Gilliatt.

Profiles THE PRESIDENT OF THE DERRIERE-GARDE by Whitney Balliett. PROFILE of Alec Wilder, 66-year-old composer. He is a unique & adventurous composer, who has written a huge body of music, both popular & formal, most of it nearly unknown. Among his works are several hundred popular songs, three of which became hits in the mid-forties &...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about the White House "enemy list" revealed at the Watergate hearings... Some of these "enemies" the Administration provoked into hostility, some it imagined, & others it hired... Life must have been confusing at the White House. In one instance, reported by John Dean, the Pres. became angered upon spotting...

The Sporting Scene THE MILLER'S TALE by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the United States Open, held at the Oakmont Country Club, near Pittsburgh, won by Johnny Miller, in spectacular fashion. Miller's 63 is the lowest round ever shot in our national championship. It is also the lowest final round ever shot in any major championship. The course...

The Theatre Off Broadway by Edith Oliver.

Fiction A Question Answered by M. F. K. Fisher. Gradually, after her husband died, & her children grew away, Mrs. Mack noticed, as she reached her 70's, that people forgot who she was. She continued to feel sure--most of the time--that she was indeed Eileen Oliver Mack, but was upset that others were forgetting her name...

Fiction Mime by Henry Bromell. Ken is 33, with a wife and two children. They live in a house in the same town as his parents. For 11 years he has worked in his father's real-estate office. He had written to his older brother about a possible post in the State Dept. & his...

Comment by Richard H. Rovere. The testimony of John W. Dean III before the Ervin Committee, has thus far withstood challenge as to its fundamental accuracy. The narrative of his White House career, which he spent 6 hours reading into the record on his first day as a witness, may contain some self-serving interpretations...

Fiction Mr. D. by Ann Stanford. I think of you sometimes, how you came...

The Talk of the Town The Mineola in Branford by James Stevenson. Talk story (illustrated) about a visit to the Branfor Trolley Museum, in E. Haven, Conn., to see the Mineola, August Belmont's old privated subway car, which was recently bought by the Branford Electric Railway Association. Describes the car, which in 1924, when Belmont died, was put into storage until 1947...

Poetry Relatives by Carl Dennis. Remember your father, the wolf...

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