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New Yorker Magazine - May 9, 1988 - Cover by Arthur Getz
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 9, 1988 - Cover by Arthur Getz
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 9, 1988 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: Arthur Getz
Publication Date: May 9, 1988
Page Count: 126 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Train 280 by John DeMott. Talk story about Train 280, Amtrak's new 6:50 a.m. express Metroliner from Washington's Union Station to Penn Station & the NY-DC corridor... Writer talked briefly with the engineer, G.H. Alban, who prefers to be called Herb. A two-way radio was squawking inside the streamlined red-blue-&-silver...

Books by Brad Leithauser.

Annals of Husbandry THE SWEET BEES-I by Sue Hubbell. ANNALS OF HUSBANDRY about beekeeping... Writer operates a beekeeping & honeyproducing farm in the Ozark Mountains of southern Missouri. She keeps 300 hives of bees in groups of 10 or 12 in what are called outyards, on other farmers' land. She pays rent of a gallon of honey every year...

Comment by Brendan Gill. An obit of Louise Nevelson, who died Apr. 17, 1988. On the occasion of writer's last visit to her, Nevelson had just returned from the opening of a new wing of the Butler Institute of American Art, in Youngstown, Ohio. She had been flown by private plane to and from...

The Theatre IN CONCERT AND OUT OF IT by Mimi Kramer.

The Talk of the Town Henny by Sara Lippincott. Talk story about New York on Sundays and the Carnegie Deli written by a friend who has been living in the city too long: Last Sunday, I went to work in my office in midtown. I live in the Village & generally don't go to midtown on a weekend. Too...

Anniversary by Alison Kilgour. Talk story about the Columbia sit-in twenty years ago & the anniversary reunion. Writer relays information in short notes... In preparation, haul out yellowing bound copies of Columbia Daily Spectator documenting strike...experience warm glow of indignation all over again. University administration lied. Press, TV, lied. There were a...

The Sky Line by Brendan Gill.

Concert Records / Popular Music by Mark Moses.

Fiction Vanished Overnight, But Not Forever by George W. S. Trow. This story begins with a quotation from "People" magazine which tells of the decline of Marguax Hemingway who was finally helped at the Betty Ford clinic. Writer compares his success-failure story to that of Margaux Hemingway. He has a similar background, including a sister over whom he was favored...

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL BROKEN BRIDGES by Andy Logan. On Apr. 12th the Williamsburg Bridge had to be shut down because it was declared unsafe. State inspectors discovered that corrosion had eaten away at the bridge's supports as a result of years of inadequate maintenance by the city. Mayor Koch, though he was in his 11th year in office...

Fiction August Saturday by William Trevor. In Ireland, a stranger appears for a funeral of a relative in a town he had visited fifteen years earlier, and who Grania, married to Desmond, thought she would never see again. A monthly get-together dinner at the Tara Hotel where couples from the tennis club, friends who have...

Personal History THE BENEFACTRESS by Ved Mehta. PERSONAL HISTORY about Mrs. Ethel Clyde who was a benefactress to the writer and to his father, a retired Indian doctor, with little money who was eager to find employment. Writer was a freshman at Pomona College in Calif., in Nov., 1952 when he first heard of Mrs. Clyde. She...

Poetry The Uccello by Valerie Wohlfeld. Into the chambers and antechambers...

Poetry To Softness by Laurie Sheck. Under junk heaps and stripped and burning cars...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 9, 1988 - Cover by Arthur Getz

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