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New Yorker Magazine - March 10, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - March 10, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the March 10, 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: Andre Francois
Publication Date: March 10, 1973
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

Comment by Richard Harris. On Feb. 22, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy rose on the floor of the Senate and submitted a bill, S. 982, that asked for the registration of all privately owned guns, stringent tests for anyone who wants to possess a gun, and a ban on all "hand-held firearms" that are...

The Theatre And Still Champion by Brendan Gill.

The Marts of Trade IT WILL GROW ON YOU by John Brooks. THE MARTS OF TRADE about the Standard Oil Co. of N.J. name change to the Exxon Corporation. The change, effected last Nov. 1st, included the change of the brand names Esso, Humble & Enco to Exxon. Tells why a uniform name was chosen, the considerations involved in a major, well...

The Talk of the Town Collector by Geoffrey T. Hellman. Collector Geoffrey Hellman Talk story about Lessing J. Rosenwald, 82, probably the greatest living collector of prints & illustrated books. Rosenwald came to NY for a Grolier Club show featuring books, manuscripts & drawings from the Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach Museum in Philadelphia. Rosenwald is the elder son of...

The Current Cinema Crooks by Pauline Kael. Review of "Slither", directed by Howard Zieff, the advertising ace who did the commercials for Levy's bread ("You Don't Have To Be Jewish" series), and the Alka-Seltzer and Benson & Hedges commercials...

The Race Track Here They Go Again by G. F. T. Ryall. Secretariat, the 1972 Horse of the Year, has just become the most expensive thoroughbred in the annals of racing. Last week Mrs. John Tweedy syndicated him for $6,080,000 topping Nijinsky's record $5,440,000. According to Seth Hancock, who is doing the syndication there are 32 shares in Secretariat, at $190,000 apiece...

The Talk of the Town The Space by Calvin Tomkins. Talk story about the Space for Innovative Development on W. 36 St. One of the groups in residence is Quog, musicians experimenting with new forms of contemporary opera...

Profiles I-THE SECRETS OF THE OLD ONE by Jeremy Bernstein. PROFILE of Albert Einstein. Long discourse on physics & the developments in that field--Newtonian mechanics & Maxwell's equations governing electricity & magnetism. Cites many physicists. Discusses Einsteinfe theories on relativity: the special theory of 1905 & the general theory of 1915...

Musical Events Frederick Takes Trouble by Andrew Porter.

Fiction Two Stories by W. S. Merwin. The Crossroads-He has come to the crossroads twice. In the end there is no way to name the difference in the light in the same place at 2 different times. It is eternal. The 1st time he came he met a little green boy coming out of the woods...

Fiction Family Walls by Maeve Brennan. Hubert Derdon thinks about walking home from work, but instead takes his usual train. When he comes into his house he sees his wife Rose close the kitchen door on him. This makes him very angry but also confused. He feels he ought to go to the kitchen & have...

The Talk of the Town Tilt by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about the absence of pinball machines in New York City because they are illegal. Chapter 32, Article 5 of the City of New York Administrative Code titled "Common Shows" anddealing with the licensing of bocce alleys and the like, specifically excludes pinball machines by description and name. Pinball...

Poetry Normalcy Stretching Our Like A Clean Blanket of Facts by Jack Galef. Normalcy stretching out like a clean blanket of facts...

Poetry Remnant Water by James Dickey. Here in the thrust-green...

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New Yorker Magazine - March 10, 1973 - Cover by Andre Francois

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