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New Yorker Magazine - July 2, 1973 - Cover by Robert Weber
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 2, 1973 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: Robert Weber
Publication Date: July 2, 1973
Page Count: 76 pages
In this issue:

The Current Cinema Time Off by Penelope Gilliatt. Entire column devoted to a review of Jacques Tati's film "Playtime...

The Talk of the Town Thanatopsis by Jack Iams. The nephew of a sprightly woman of eighty-odd, who has spent most of a happy life in Greenwich, reports that her friends have been worried lately by what seemed an untypical preoccupation on her part with death. "It seems so unlike her to fear death," one of them said...

Fiction The Story of "T" by F. P. Tullius. A Confession) T, an ardent litterer, presents a defense of his pastime. T attempts to show valid ecological reasons for littering. A long-suppressed eight-year study at the U.S. Hyperhygienic Station in West Texas is cited. A test group of 2,187 federal prisoners who volunteered to drink severely polluted...

The Race Track Secretariat, Anyone? by G. F. T. Ryall. Bill Resseguet trains Our Native...

The Talk of the Town A Street Without Cars by Victor Chen. Talk story on the Madison Mall, a proposal which would close Madison Avenue, from Forty-fourth St. to Fifty-seventh St., to automobiles for three months. The van Ginkels, two Lindsay consultants from Montreal, proposed the Madison Mall three years ago as part of a traffic plan for all of...

Books by W. H. Auden.

The Talk of the Town by Hildred Surgeon. Overheard in a Greenwich Village stationery store, blue-jeaned girl to clerk: "Can you recommend a card for a mother I don't speak to anymore, and who doesn't speak to me...

The Talk of the Town Rug Concerts by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the Rug Concerts in Philharmonic Hall. Pierre Boulez, the avant-garde French composer & conductor, removed every seat from the orchestra & filled the space with red rugs & foam-rubber cushions The new decor is designed to encourage concertgoers to lean back or lie down &...

Annals of Finance II-THE GO-GO YEARS by John Brooks. ANNALS OF FINANCE about the stock market in the sixties (particularly 1968). Tells about the growth in popularity of mutual fund, the success of Edw. Crosby Johnson & his Fidelity Fund in Boston, & the skyrocketing success of Gerald Tsai, who established the Manhattan Fund & Tsai Management & Research...

Fiction Cocksfoot, Crested Dog's-Tail, Sweet Vernal Grass by Leslie Norris. Told in the first person.) In southern England, when Frederick Galloway was 13, his father died. He had been a railway booking clerk, & was never promoted. The son spent time at the farm of a friend, Edgar Martin, & memorized the names of all the tall grasses in the...

Comment by Richard Harris. Comment about partisanship in the investigation of the Watergat e affair. The most direct efforts to inject partisanship come from the extreme right. That indomitable right-winger Clare Boothe Luce, in an article she contributed to the Op-Ed page of the "Times", contended that "the strategy of the Democratic...

Poetry Ricardo Guiraldes by Jorge Luis Borges. No one will forget his polite way; true You are still there...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 2, 1973 - Cover by Robert Weber

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