Home | New | About Us | Categories | Policy | Links
Time Passages Nostalgia Company
Ron Toth, Jr., Proprietor
72 Charles Street
Rochester, New Hampshire 03867-3413
Phone: 1-603-335-2062
Email: ron.toth@timepassagesnostalgia.com
 
Search for:  
Select from:  
Show:  at once pictures only 
previous page
 Found 7 items 
next page
New Yorker Magazine - June 17, 1972 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams
Item #sny19720617
Sold
Click here now for this limited time offer
Collectable Appraisals
Any group of items being offered as a lot must be sold as a lot.
Check Out With PayPalSee Our Store Policy

My items on eBay

Fast Dependable Service
Quality Merchandise At Reasonable Prices
Unique & Fun Nostalgic Items
Quality Packing And
Postal Insurance
Combined Shipping And Handling
Gift Certificate
Don't forget to
bookmark this site.
 
This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - June 17, 1972 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 17, 1972 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 (Chas) Addams
Publication Date: June 17, 1972
Page Count: 104 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town by Burton Bernstein. Sign observed by a vacationer on the dock of the Truro Yacht Club, on Cape Cod: AREA PROHIBITED TO SHELLFISH BY ORDER OF SELECTMEN, TOWN OF TRURO...

Comment by Alan H. Olmstead. Within the last half-dozen years, the mockingbird, moving north into New England & multiplying, has progressed from the status of welcome stranger & curiosity to that of nuisance. Bird people who first found the invasion from the Southland a romantic affair are beginning to group the mockingbird with such...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. It appears now that McGovern will arrive at Miami Beach about 200 votes short of the 1509 needed for nomination. Some of the uncommitted delegates & some pledged to candidates no longer seriously in contention share his general outlook & would at some point join his cause. All this could...

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: TEXAS REFORMER by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about Texas politics & reformer Mrs. Frances (Sissy) Farenthold, who recently lost the runoff for the Democratic nomination for governor to Dolph Briscoe. She has served 2 terms in the Texas House of Representatives & was the only woman in the 150-member body. Tells about her leadership...

The Talk of the Town by I. E. Kretchmer. Overheard at a SoHo sculpture exhibit, blue-haired matron to blue-haired matron: "You call this art?" "Of course. Can't you see it's welded...

The Talk of the Town Urquhart by Philip Hamburger. Talk story about Brian Urquhart, 53, assistant Secretary of the United Nations in the Office of Special Political Affairs. He deals with peacekeeping missions, improvised emergency operations, delicate negotiations, and whirlpools of trouble. Mr. Urquhart, who is British, joined the U.N. in 1945 in London. Tells about his war experiences...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Some weeks ago, Sen. Wm. Proxmire made public an internal Navy memorandum from Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations, to Adm. Isaac C. Kidd, Chief of Naval Material, in which Zurmalt told Kidd to step up military spending in 1972 not in order to meet any threat to...

Profiles QUIET MAN by Bruce Bliven. PROFILE of Cyril M. Harris, Columbia U. professor, acoustics consultant & noise-control expert. Born in Detroit in 1917, raised in California, he has lived in New York for 20 years, since he joined the Columbia staff. He teaches acoustics in both the Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences...

The Talk of the Town Restored by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Talk story about a tour of the Jefferson Market Regional Library, at Sixth Ave. and Tenth St., and interview with Giorgio Cavaglieri, the architect who restored it. This building, a splendid. "Venetian Gothic" Victorian landmark, (officially designated as such) was restored and converted from the Jefferson Market Courthouse, built in...

The Talk of the Town Party by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about a benefit party for Phoenix House, a drug rehabilitation program, given at Roseland Dance City on W. 42nd St. Kitty Hawks and Peter Duchin were the co-chairmen for the party...

The Current Cinema THE CASE OF THE MISSING JOKE by Penelope Gilliatt.

Jazz by Whitney Balliett. Jimmy Rushing died on June 8, at the age of sixty-eight. He was a blues singer...

Fiction Putu by Eyre De Lanux. Story of a writer who goes to live on a small island in the Indian Ocean. Author stays in a remote village and learns the customs of the people, their superstitions--use of the umbilical cord as good luck charm, etc.--rituals, fears, and beliefs. Author's guide and friend is...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. John W. Galbreath's Robert took England's Derby at Epsom Downs. He was sent for handling to Vincent O'Brien in Ireland, where he won his three starts last season & was rated best of his age. The Irish call O'Brien the greatest trainer in the world. Writer lists some of his...

Books by William Maxwell. BOOKS review of V. S. Pritchett’s “Midnight Oil...

Poetry Ruth by Philip Levine. They would waken...

Poetry Exiles Four Poems by C. P. Cavafy. It goes on being Alexandria still. Just walk a bit...

Poetry In the Dough by Roger Angell. Virginia Hardy's Story Writing Contest "Virginia Hardy's Oven invites all patrons and...

Click on image to zoom.
New Yorker Magazine - June 17, 1972 - Cover by Charles (Chas) Addams


Powered by Nose The Hamster (0.08,1)
Mon, Dec 6, 2021 at 00:42:34 [ 41 0.07 0.07]
© 1997-2021, Time Passages Nostalgia Company / Ron Toth, Jr., All rights reserved