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New Yorker Magazine - March 24, 1980 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - March 24, 1980 - Cover by Charles Saxon
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 24, 1980 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 Saxon
Publication Date: March 24, 1980
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Hummingbird's Health by Stanley Mieses. Talk story about "Know Your Body," a pilot health program for young students sponsored by the American Health Foundation. The program combines a physical examination with a Health Habits survey, and tries to get kids to identify with the actual risk factors of disease, so that they can begin to...

The Talk of the Town A Barrel of Oil by Jeremy Bernstein. Talk story about the effort to discover the amount of oil in a barrel. The average price of a barrel of imported oil is now about $30. Writer telephoned the American Petroleum Institute in Washington, D.C. This is the major trade association of the American petroleum industry. Writer spoke with...

The Talk of the Town Choosing a Piano by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about Vladimir Ashkenazy, the celebrated Russian pianist, who was looking for the best piano in New York to use at 3 concerts and a recording session here. He tested 7 American Steinways at Steinway Hall on W. 57th St., where Mr. Franz Mohr is chief concert technician, and...

Fiction This Is My Sheila by George W. S. Trow. Writer says he doesn't deserve a nice shampoo. He doesn't deserve a nice mom or breakfast in a warm kitchen. Mom was incredible. She went out with a man who came to sell roofing. She had an ugly little night table and a hundred kinds of pain relievers. Writer introduces...

Comment by Ian Frazier. Margaret Sternberg, teller at a midtown branch of a large commercial bank told about an exciting happening at her bank just before closing time around 3:45 in the afternoon. A woman wearing what looked almost like a fright wig, came up to a window wanting to cash a check for...

The Talk of the Town Ice Time by Mark Singer. Talk story about Gitler's Gorillas, a loose collection of amateur hockey players who spiritual leader is 51-year-old Ira Gitler. Gitler, who is also a freelance writer on jazz and hockey, organized the Gorillas in 1973, using players from a team that had won the championship of a 6...

The Art World (The Art Galleries) Rocks by Calvin Tomkins.

Fiction Taking Care by Katinka Loeser. A storm is brewing on an early spring day in Connecticut. Writer is working on her last will and testament, which she does frequently. The room is a mess because she has not straightened up since the last time the house was burglarized. She and Gladstone, her husband, had an...

Musical Events More on the Don by Nicholas Kenyon.

U. S. Journal RESETTLING THE YANGS by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL: FAIRFIELD, IOWA about the resettlement of Yang and his family, Laotian refugees, in Fairfield. The Yangs were not Lao-speakers but were Hmong - members of a mountain tribe which originated in Southern China. Most members of the family seemed to have trouble adjusting to life here. Theng Pao...

Fiction Alternative Spaces by Arnie Levin. Seven drawings depicting strange living quarters. Some of them are: Pothold Estates, Two-Bedroom Kayak, Eight-Bedroom Walkthrough (a subway train), Packing-Crate Loft...

A Reporter at Large 1980: REAGAN by Elizabeth Drew. REPORTER AT LARGE about Ronald Reagan's campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination. It is suddenly dawning on a lot of people that Reagan might be the Republican Party's nominee. Writer travelled with him on Feb. 29th in Florida, and had 2 interviews with him. The great waves of national discontent...

Books Marche Funebre by George Steiner.

The Air (On Television) Smooth Pebbles at Southfork by Michael J. Arlen.

Poetry Awaiting Winter Visitors: Jonathan Edwards, 1749 by Andrew Hudgins. When thunder fell in Tinsley's pasture...

Poetry The Final Cut by Vern Rutsala. Like my father I'm...

Poetry Egret by David Posner. Here in the rain I rehearse old jokes...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 24, 1980 - Cover by Charles Saxon


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