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New Yorker Magazine - February 25, 1974 - Cover by Rea Irvin
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - February 25, 1974 - Cover by Rea Irvin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 25, 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: Rea Irvin
Publication Date: February 25, 1974
Page Count: 128 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Musical Events by Shaw Shawe-Taylor.

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Letter from Oregon by E. J. Kahn. LETTER about Oregon's bold, handling of the energy crisis & Gov. Tom McCall. On Jan. 14th Oregon became the first state of the Union to adopt a program of voluntary gasoline rationing. On May 31, 1973, at a press conference, Gov. McCall spoke of the necessity of a national energy...

Comment by Garrison Keillor. We are not among those who have slowed down to conserve fuel this winter, much as we'd like to be. Living in the city we find it impossible to get up much speed at all, and the 55 miles per hour that the President has proposed as a limit is...

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: ST. CROIX, AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS INDIGENOUS POPULATION by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about the severe effect of crime on tourism in St. Croix. The tourist industry & the Virgin Islands govt prefer to consider the 20 or so murders in question an example of the kind of unpredictable & undeserved misfortune that could cripple any economy dependent on tourism. A...

Profiles DASHIN' ABOUT by Thomas Whiteside. PROFILE of Ted Adams, 44, a Cockney street trader of flowers & antiques in London, who is known as Teddy the Monk. He is in the junkier end of the antique-&-secondhand furniture business, & owns Old Chelsea Antiques in the World's End area, with his partner John Bradbury...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Right now, one of the horses most talked about on the backstretch is seven-year-old Triangular, whom Mickey Taylor, a logger from the State of Washington, bought from Hobeau Farm last autumn...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Entire column review of "Walking Tall", loosely based on the life of Buford Pusser, a legendary figure through ballads celebrating his exploits...

Fiction by Isaac Bashevis Singer. The narrator, a Polish Jew, rejected the orthodox beliefs of his family at 17, & left for Warsaw to seek an education & a profession. At 20, he returned home, unsuccessful; his father had been appointed rabbi of Old-Stikov, a swampy hamlet in Eastern Galicia. The community was very...

The Talk of the Town New Boy by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about the first issue of the National Star, a newspaper published at 730 Third Avenue, by a 42 year old Australian, Rupert Murdoch, and edited by Englishman, Larry Lamb, 44. Murdoch owns several newspapers in Australia, New Zealand, and Great Britain. In the U. S. he owns the...

The Talk of the Town With the Old Curmudgeon by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about attending Mlle. Josephine Baker's opening at Raffles, the elegant little private club behind the discreet wooden door at the Sherry-Netherland. Writer was accompanied by his acquaintance, the old curmudgeon, who said this room flourished in the fifties when it was Colonel Serge Obolensky's Carnaval...

The Talk of the Town In Circles by Wallace White. Talk story about "The Energy Show" an exhibit at the Owens-Corning Fiberglas Exhibit center at Fifth Ave. and 56 Street. Its purpose is to demonstrate, with a host of audiovisual devices, how to save energy. Alan Clent, an actor, led a group of 30 people around the exhibit. Multicolored...

The Talk of the Town With Jamaica by George W. S. Trow. Talk story writer being escorted by black friend, Jamaica Kinkead to a roller saking rink called the Empire Rollerdrome in Brooklyn on Empire Blvd. between Rogers and Bedford Avenues, where on Tues. & Thurs. nights there is dancing on roller skates, (Previously they had been to the opening of The...

Fiction Letters To The Editore by Donald Barthelme. The writer presents an imaginary correspondence in the form of controversial letters to Nicolai Pont, the editor of an Italian magazine, SHOCK ART. The letters concern an American artist, Doug LeDuff, who claims to have been painting asterisks since 1955. He is opposed by the Galerie Z of Milan which...

Poetry Mirror by Peter Cooley. Mother-of-pearl, mother-of-pearl...

Poetry Five Flights Up by Elizabeth Bishop. Still dark...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 25, 1974 - Cover by Rea Irvin


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