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New Yorker Magazine - January 27, 1975 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - January 27, 1975 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the January 27, 1975 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: January 27, 1975
Page Count: 104 pages
In this issue:

Letter from London by Mollie Panter-Downes. There has been an effort to aouse the nation to the seriousness of the economic situation. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Denis Healey, delivered a strong warning in the speech he made to the Labour Party faithful in Leeds on Jan. 10. What was new in his speech was...

Fiction Roses, Rhododendron by Alice Adams. Jane Kilgore was a nine year old who lived with her superstitious mother, Margot, in Boston. Margot constantly asked a ouija board whether she would ever see her husband who ran away from her. One day the board told her to go to North Carolina. Margot obeyed. She opened an...

Books The Outsider by V. S. Pritchett.

The Theatre Off Broadway by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Richard H. Rovere. A colleague of ours had a talk the other day with Democrat Father Robert Drinan, the Jesuit priest who serves Massachusetts' Fourth Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He was in a buoyant mood, because his party's caucus had just voted to put an end to the House Internal...

Dancing Back to the Forties by Arlene Croce.

The Air (On Television) The Cold, Bright Charms of Immortality by Michael J. Arlen.

The Talk of the Town Fashion News by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about the unveiling of Halston's new collection of men's clothing last Mon. evening at a fashion show in the lobby of the N.Y. State Theatre in Lincoln Center. A runway had been erected in the middle of the room & all but a few of the guests were...

Musical Events Bothering with Byways by Andrew Porter.

Fiction The Bobby Bison Newsletter by George W. S. Trow. Humorous piece about bearish Bobby Bison, a financial analyst who publishes 3 periodicals in which he gives advice. In his current issue of the "Newsletter," Bison says that "Indicators indicate accelerating clumps." He points out that many stocks are now selling at tiny tiny multiples of their nutritional value. He...

The Talk of the Town Two Gatherings by Lillian Ross. Talk story about the fourth annual International Star Trek Convention at the Americana Hotel-Jan. 10-12. The convention is a tribute to TV's science-fiction show, "Star Trek," which was cancelled six years ago. The cost was $6 a day or $10 for the whole weekend, and it was packed...

The Talk of the Town Two Gatherings by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the National Boat Show at the N. Y. Coliseum last week. The International Marine Instruments COMBI VI is a digital system unit that has two sets of digital dials and several sets of clockface dials. It shows the speed of your boat, the speed of the wind...

The Talk of the Town Fashion News by Mark Singer. Talk story about the Traffic Control Agent's (T.C.A.) new beige-and-brown uniforms. Writer noticed the change in Audrey Reid's uniform, a T.C.A. who often works the corner of 43rd St. & 5th Ave. The old outfits were blue gray--"Air Force Blues" which the Dept. of Traffic adopted in...

The Race Track The Bigger They Are by G. F. T. Ryall. For some time, John W. Galbreath, who owns the Darby Dan horses, the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team, and other expensive and profitable items, has been trying to buy Hialeah. The deal was closed a month ago with a check for $21,500,000 made out to the stockholders of the old corporation...

Profiles SON AND FATHER by Anthony Bailey. PROFILE of Erskine Hamilton Childers, fourth President of Ireland, who died in 1974 at age 67, after 1 year in office, & of his father, Robert Erskine Childers, slain Irish revolutionary. The elder Childers was an English-public-school-educated civil servant, author of "The Riddle of the Sands," who...

The Talk of the Town Ontology by Calvin Trillin. Talk story about playwright Richard Foreman, the author or the current off-Broadway hit, "Dr. Selavy's Magic Theatre" playing at the Mercer Arts Center. For the past 4 yrs., Foreman's plays have been presented at his Ontological-Hysteric Theatre at 80 Wooster St. Tells about the play & the work...

The Talk of the Town Three Days in L.A.: Day One by Anthony Hiss. Talk. Report from the fellow-citizen about his trip to L.A. with his architect friend Hammerin' Hank. They decided to go inorder to attend a memorial service for the famous Russo-Greek philosopher Georges Gurdjiev, at Forest Lawn cemetery out at the Church of the Recessional. Mme. Cybele Gold's outfit...

The Current Cinema Hardboiled Valentine by Pauline Kael. Entire column on "The Front Page", directed by Billy Wilder...

Comment by Richard Harris. It has often been said that without Judge Sirica's courage & independence the essential story of Watergate would never have been told. But it can also be said that his judicial behavior has taught us again much the same lesson we learned from Watergate: that ours is a govt. of...

Poetry Winter Botany by Howard Moss. You can hear the dogs...

Poetry How Stump Stood In The Water by David Wagoner. Ice had many sons. "Find me my food!" he shouted...

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New Yorker Magazine - January 27, 1975 - Cover by Charles E. Martin


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