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New Yorker Magazine - October 13, 1975 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the October 13, 1975 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: October 13, 1975
Page Count: 180 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Islamic by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about the new Islamic Galleries at the Metropolitan, a 10-room installation that will display, on a rotating basis, most of the museum's collection of about 3600 Islamic art objects. It is the most comprehensive collection in the world. Islamic art begins in the early 7th century AD...

Profiles Physicist~I by Jeremy Bernstein. PROFILE of physicist I.I. Rabi, now 77, professor emeritus of Columbia University's Physics Dept. The Dept., with its galaxy of Nobel Prize winners, has reflected the personality of Rabi for nearly half a century. He created the modern Dept. not once but twice: the first time during the 1930's...

The Air (On Television) Blood Marks in the Sylvan Glade by Michael J. Arlen.

The Race Track Grass Cutter by G. F. T. Ryall. It was only a question of time before Secretariat's record syndication price of $6.08 million would be topped. It happened last week, when Wajima was syndicated for $7.2 million. The deal was brought off by Leslie Combs II, one of the first men to think of syndicating stallions, and his...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Comment about European and American reaction to the recent executions in Spain. The Common Market countries protested. They were not being selective in their reaction. They had halted important trade negotiations with Greece when Greece was under the dictatorial rule of the colonels...

Fiction The Folding-Chair Set by John Cheever. Writer tells about the Estabrooks, members of the folding-chair set who live in the same village as his family. They were the doyens of the world of committee meetings & public gatherings. Presidential elections brought them into social & managerial prominence. The time in between elections they filled with...

The Talk of the Town Observation Deck by Ian Frazier. Talk story about the observation deck of La Guardia Airport, where the writer waited for his little sister's plane to arrive. The writer tells why he doesn't like airlines and airplanes, and why he does like observation decks. He once went out on the observation deck at Cleveland's Hopkins Airport...

Fiction City Lovers by Nadine Gordimer. Dr. Franz-Josef Von Leinsdorf is a geologist absorbed in his work. A native of Austria, he has been in Africa for almost seven years, for the past five years in South Africa. He is much out in the field seeking new gold, copper, platinum, and uranium deposits. Living in...

Musical Events Golden Evenings by Andrew Porter.

The Current Cinema Living Inside a Movie by Pauline Kael. Review of his new comedy "Hearts of the West...

The Sporting Scene FROM WIMBLEDON TO FOREST HILLS-A SUMMER TO REMEMBER by Herbert Warren Wind. A good part of THE SPORTING SCENE deals with Arthur Ashe's defeat of Jimmy Connors at the 1975 Wimbledon final. It was a tremendous upset victory and one of the most fascinating and dramatic matches in tennis history. Tells about how Connors prepared for Wimbledon and how he played there...

Books More Notes from Underground by George Steiner.

Cartoon Forbidden Appetites by Warren Miller. Cartoons showing: Col. Sanders eating a hot dog; Elsie the Cow drinking beer; Mr. Peanut buying a pretzel; the Quaker Oats man having a doughnut and coffee; Aunt Jemina eating pizza; the coffee expert about to have a cup of tea...

The Talk of the Town Entering Room 1005 by Mark Singer. Talk story about an electronic locking system replacing room keys at the Hotel Algonquin on West 44th Street. It is New York's first such system. The system was invented by Herschel Hochman and Dennis Hogan, a couple of aerospace engineers from St. Petersburg, Florida. American District Telegraph Company bought the...

Poetry Autumn Again by Philip Levine. The flowers drying...

Poetry Sailing The Back River by Dave Smith. Tonight no one takes fish. Tattered pennants...

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New Yorker Magazine - October 13, 1975 - Cover by James Stevenson

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