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New Yorker Magazine - September 9, 1974 - Cover by James Stevenson
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - September 9, 1974 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 9, 1974 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. There is a 2-inch tear on the front cover.

Cover artist: James Stevenson
Publication Date: September 9, 1974
Page Count: 136 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town by A. P. Berger. Lettering on the window of a Second Avenue hairdressing establishment: FAUSTO DI MILANO FORMERLY BRIAND OF GREAT NECK...

Annals of Medicine AS EMPTY AS EVE by Berton Roueche. ANNALS OF MEDICINE about Natalie Parker, a Wash. D. C. economist in her early fifties who underwent electric shock therapy to cure her depression. She became depressed over the mechanically and cosmetically disastrous work that her orthodondist had done to her face after realligning several teeth to correct a serious...

The Talk of the Town Tidings by H. Alterman. A friend who was driving through the Poconos last weekend aimlessly turned on his car radio; tuned in WVPO, in Stroudsburg; heard a solemn voice say, "We now bring you the Obituary of the Day, sponsored by the funeral directors of the area;" instantly snapped off his set; and departed...

The Talk of the Town New Man in Town by E. J. Kahn. Talk Story about an interview with Robert Pickus, 50, a founder, the president and main spokesman of an organization called the World Without War Council. Interview was at Pickus' newly established headquarters on top of the Flatiron Building. The Council has been in existence since 1967 and until recently was...

The Talk of the Town Skill, Love, and Humanity by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about writer and Michael Gibbons, a Boston sportswriter, attending the Red Sox-Oakland A's baseball game (the most important middle game of the Boston-Oakland series) at Fenway Park. All seats were sold out except for 5,000 bleacher seats which went on sale the night of the game...

The Talk of the Town Night Walk by Wallace White. Talk story about a nocturnal walking tour of midtown sponsored by the Friends of Central Park, Prospect, and Branch Brook Parks. Robert Makla is the founder of the Friends of Central Park. 500 walkers joined the night tour which began in Shubert Alley at 2:30am and then went to Pier...

Fiction Sic Transit by Daniel Menaker. Dave and Anne had spent Labor Day at Dave's parents' home in South Nyack. His mother gave them lots of things to take home which they put into shopping bags Then they went to wait for the bus to New York. They saw the bus coming but it did not...

Fiction The Size Limitation Treaty by Dean Vietor. Illustrated story about the Non-Armament Size Limitation Agreement signed by the nuclear powers earlier this week. The agreement does not deal with war weapons, but will limit the size of everything else. It is hoped this will lead to a scaling down of world armaments. Siberia will be reduced...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Back in July Dahlia won the King George VI and the Queen Elizabeth Stakes for the second time. It is sponsored by De Beers Consolidated Mines and is the richest race in England; her share of the purse was $194,980, plus a diamond trophy, and there were diamonds all round...

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "The Saphead", a 1920 Keaton film, lost for a long time, discovered 20 years ago, and now being shown once only at the Elgin Theatre on Sept. 8th. Mentions two rare Keaton shorts: "The Bellboy" (1918) and "Convict 13" (1920). On Sept. 8th, along with "The Saphead" will...

Books by L. E. Sissman.

Our Local Correspondents THE SQUIRRELS OF CENTRAL PARK by Eugene Kinkead. OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS about the squirrel population in N.Y.'s Central Park. Tells in detail about their eating habits, shelter & survival techniques. In Aug. 1957, a study was started by Dr. Richard G. Van Gelder then the ass't curator of mammals at the American Museum of Natural History. In...

Comment by Julie Hayden. On the day that Russia announced it had put two cosmonauts into orbit, we all heard that Charles Lindbergh had died. "Lucky Lindy" and "The Lone Eagle" he was called by the newspapers in 1927. He took off on May 20th without radio or co-pilot or parachute. F For...

Musical Events by Winthrop Sargeant.

Letter from Paris by Janet Flanner. The Petit Palais has staged an elaborate exhibition drawn from antiquity & called "The Discovery of the Art of Thrace". The vast state of ancient Thrace included modern Bulgaria, and all their recently excavated treasures on view are the property of the Archeological Museum of Sofia...

Profiles CITY IN TRANSITION by Fred Powledge.

Poetry Wednesday by Philip Levine. I could say the day began...

Poetry A Spin Around The House by Robert Pack. I rise from the table, starting to whirl...

Poetry Rural Route by Charles Wright. The stars come out to gaze, wild-eyed in the new dark...

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