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New Yorker Magazine - June 7, 1976 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - June 7, 1976 - Cover by Charles E. Martin
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 7, 1976 edition of the New Yorker Magazine. This vintage magazine has been carefully stored flat, high and dry and is in excellent, fresh condition. It has a bright, colorful cover.


Cover artist: Charles E. Martin
Publication Date: June 7, 1976
Page Count: 140 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Test of "Times" Readers Bares Profound Ignorance by Charles McGrath. A spoof on the recent "New York Times" test on American history. Writer says that a special test of "New York Times" readers conducted on I.R.T. subway trains & Rockland County buses revealed that their knowledge and appreciation of the apper is appallingly slight. Tells about it...

The Talk of the Town Citizen Group by Richard Harris. Talk story about the environmental-improvement group based in Washington, D.C. called the Dirty Dozen Campaign Committee. Since 1970, the committee has organized campaigns in various congressional districts against members of the House of Representatives whom the committee consider to be guilty of sacrificing environmental interests to commercial interests. Dennis...

The Talk of the Town Gala by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about a concert to institute the Carnegie Hall National Endowment Fund, held at Carnegie Hall on its 85th birthday. The house, with a thousand-dolla top, was sold out, raising almost 1 1/4 million dollars. The most interesting aspect of the evening was the extraordinary musical chemistry that...

Musical Events See How They Run by Andrew Porter.

Dancing The Theatres of Merle Marsicano by Arlene Croce.

Around City Hall HOPING by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL. No federal loan guarantees-and certainly no big handouts- have been provided for New York. What the White House proposed and Congress agreed to last December was for the federal government to make seasonal loans to help the city over periods of temporary cash shortage while it...

Books Limits by Greil Marcus.

The Talk of the Town In Central Park by Jamaica Kincaid. Talk story about a food festival in the Mall and Literary Walk area of Central Park recently. It was sponsored by the Hospitality Industry Foundation of New York City, a new organization formed by a group of New York restaurateurs. 72 restaurants participated, each with a booth selling one or...

The Race Track On to the Belmont by G. F. T. Ryall. Trainer LeRoy Jolley saddled Optimistic Gal for the Acorn Stakes at Belmont and she finished second. Some people blamed Pat Day, a young rider from the hinterland, who was given the mount when Baeza who had been booked to ride Optimistic Gl, didn't show up at the track. Tells about...

Fiction A Story in the Key of C by Elizabeth Cullinan. A young woman takes a train to Long Island to see her friend, Joe Fletcher, a 55 year old mathematician who teaches at a local college. She is a decorator and met Joe three years ago on the beach near his home. He accuses her of not knowing him at...

Profiles THE MOODS OF A STONE by Calvin Tomkins. PROFILE of Tatyana Grosman whose workshop, Universal Limited Art Editions, in West Islip, L.I. produces fine lithographic prints. Her venture began in 1957 & the shop has expanded only slightly since then & the number of artists who have printed there has been limited so far to 17. Lithography died...

The Talk of the Town In Central Park by Mark Singer. Talk story about Y.M.C.A. 5-mile championship race through Central Park a couple of Saturdays ago. 147 people entered the race, registering at the West Side Y on 63rd St.. 142 people finished and 50 received various trophies, plaques, and medals. The race began near the Tavern-on-the-Green...

The Current Cinema Guernica by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Guernica", a film made by Arrabal, a Spanish dramatist, who fled the Franco regime in 1955, when he was 22 and has been living since in Paris. He is the first Spaniard to have made a film about the Civil War. Quotes from George Orwell's "The Collected Essays...

The Theatre Ungifted Amateurs by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. In the Republican Party primary campaigns this year, a debate on American defense policy has broken out between the Ford Administration & the advocates of a more belligerent policy toward the Soviet Union, who are led by Ronald Reagan. In the White House Reagan's position is taken very seriously, and...

The Sporting Scene A MASTER AND THE MASTERS by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the 1976 Masters Golf Tournament and an account of the career of the English golf writer, Bernard Darwin, who may well be the finest talent who has ever written about sports. Although his books, for the most part, were published only in England, for decades they...

Fiction Home by James Kaplan. Michael Gelb, a young man living in New York, goes to his parents's home in New Jersey for Memorial Day. He plays tennis with a high school friend, Scott Sussman who is running for State Assembly. Michael goes home, promising to return later to help Sussman canvass. He plays piano...

Poetry How I Came To Be Here by Monroe Lerner. There I was, comfortable...

Poetry Spectacles by Heather McHugh. I don't move...

Poetry Winter Letter To Dan Marsteller From South Boston In January, 1975 by John McKernan. A quarter buys two games of hard pinball...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 7, 1976 - Cover by Charles E. Martin


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