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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1973 - Cover by Joseph Low
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1973 - Cover by Joseph Low
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the April 7, 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: Joseph Low
Publication Date: April 7, 1973
Page Count: 152 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre Welcome Additions by Brendan Gill. Writer praises an act known as the Vickels in review of the Singling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus...

Books by L. E. Sissman.

The Talk of the Town Coney by Victor Chen. Talk story about a visit to Coney Island and the New York Aquarium, which is adjacent to it. Describes the attractions: whales, Sparky the Electric Eel, fish, sea horses, sea turtles, and other marine life. Outside are pools for the penguins and seals. In one pool the beluga whale Alex...

Letter from Israel by Joseph Kraft. In late Feb. a Libyan airliner appeared over Israeli-occupied territory in the Sinai Desert. Israeli jets, instead of chasing it, were ordered to force it down. When signals didn't achieve that end, the plane was shot at to disable but not destroy it. But the plane crashed in flames...

The Talk of the Town Former Resident by William Whitworth. Talk story about Jonathan Winters, the comedian, who was in New York on a promotional tour. Reporter accompanied him to Carl Schurz Park where he shot some promos for his syndicated TV show, "The Wacky World of Jonathan Winters". The promos concerned the show's acquisition of a new outlet in...

A Reporter at Large III-CASINO, PALACE, AND SLUM by Karl E. Meyer. REPORTER AT LARGE about the illicit Italian art market & the deterioration of art works in Italy. Tells about the suspicious origins of the Greek vase recently acquired by the Metropolitan Museum & about the Raphael acquired by the Boston Fine Arts Museum, which subsequently returned the painting when it...

The Talk of the Town Illumination by Philip Hamburger. Talk story about the 41 Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings on loan from the Hermitage Museum and the Pushkin Museum of Russia. The paintings will be on exhibit for a month each at the National Gallery in Washington and at the Knoedler Gallery. They will then be shipped to some...

Comment by Richard Harris. During the Presidential-election campaign last fall, the voters' lack of interest in the Watergate case led some concerned citizens to interpret the nation's apathy in the face of what looked like one of the worst political scandals in Amer. history as a grave breakdown of the national character. A...

On and Off the Avenue Feminine Fashions by Kennedy Fraser.

The Race Track Derby, Derby, Derby by G. F. T. Ryall. Last weekend North Sea, ridden as usual, by Robyn Smith, won the Westchester Handicap. Writer says he would put her among the top ten jockeys...

The Talk of the Town Jamming with Papa John by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about a jamming session with Papa John and other members of Hot Tuna. Hot Tuna played at the Academy of Music, on Fourteenth St., on March 23 and 24. Papa John Creach, a fiddler, was born in Beaver Falls, Pa., in 1917. He started playing the fiddle at...

Musical Events More than Monkeyshines by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Ultima Thule by Vladimir Nabokov. Gospodin Sineusov recollects his memories of a luncheon 1 afternoon with his wife before her recent death & Adam Ilyich Falter, a former tutor until a recent experience made him into some kind of sage. Sineusov's wife died with his unborn child & he has been driven to despair from...

The Current Cinema Imitation Citrus-Flavored Dietary Artificially Sweetened Carbonated Beverage by Penelope Gilliatt. Writing using the wording lettered on cans of Fresca as a subcaption on her CINEMA column to describe the film she reviews first. It is "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer...

Fiction Congress In Crisis: The Proximity Bill by Garrison Keillor. Numerous instances of Congressmen being grabbed & handled by dissident individuals has come to light. On Feb. 6, a young man wanting to talk to Rep. Frank L. Riemer, carried him across the lawn up the Capitol steps all the way to the House chamber before the congressman got the...

Poetry A Storm in April by Richard Wilbur. Some winters taking leave...

Poetry The Poem Circling Hamtramck All Night In Search of You by Philip Levine. He hasn't gone to work...

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New Yorker Magazine - April 7, 1973 - Cover by Joseph Low


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