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New Yorker Magazine - June 16, 1975 - Cover by Charles Saxon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the June 16, 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: Charles Saxon
Publication Date: June 16, 1975
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Musical Events Star-Cross'd in Boston by Andrew Porter.

The Current Cinema "Love and Death" and "Nashvill" by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Love and Death", Woody Allen's latest film...

The Talk of the Town Billions of Realities by Philip Hamburger. Talk story on Jean Dubuffet, French painter. The conversation with Dubuffet took place in the Guggenheim, where some three hundred of his works cover every curve of the museum. Included are the Hourloupe figures and an animated-painting extravaganza entitled "Coucou Bazar...

Fiction The Four Seasons by Mavis Gallant. Carmela, a 12-year-old Italian girl, leaves home for the first time to go to the Ligurian coast, where there is a large Anglo-American colony, to be a servant to the Unwins, a middle-aged English couple with two babies, who run a printing press. Mrs. Unwin also...

The Talk of the Town Cooking Class by Mark Singer. Talk story about a Friday afternoon cooking class at the Bentley Lower School on E. 71st St., attended by 11 girls, average age 9. The class is usually taught by the school nurse, but this final session was run by Wendy Nealson, "consultant in food preparation," and cooking director for...

Fiction Your Wedding and You by Garrison Keillor. A Few Thoughts on Making It More Personally Rewarding Shared by Reverend Bob Osman In the past decade, a very rapidly increasing change in our views of marriage as an institution and the wedding ceremony as an expression of two persons' feelings about marriage and about themselves and each other...

The Talk of the Town Peregrines by Charles Patrick Crow. Talk story about the breeding of peregrine falcons in captivity begun in 1971 by Dr. Thomas J. Cade, professor at Cornell University Division of Biological Sciences. A pair of peregrines showed up on the roof of the Sun Life Building, in downtown Montreal, beginning in 1936, but, because their eggs...

The Theatre ANY TOWN by Brendan Gill.

Comment by Lillian Ross. Comment-talk story about the American Booksellers Association convention which took place at the Americana and N.Y. Hilton Hotels...

Reflections THE TIME OF ILLUSION III-MAN OF PEACE by Jonathan Schell. REFLECTIONS about the Nixon years. At the beginning of 1971 the Pres. assumed an almost benign attitude in his public utterances. But his campaign against opposition was going forward in secret. In Feb. it was announced by the Pathet Lao, the Communist movt. in Laos, that the S. Vietnamese Army...

Dancing Through the Looking Glass by Arlene Croce.

Around City Hall Crisis and Credibility by Andy Logan. Tells about city budget crisis. Mayor Beame's proposed austerity budget had a deficit of $641.5-million, & the city could not pay $3-billion in short-term notes falling due by the summer. Without emergency measures, N.Y.C. would have to default on its obligations for the first time in history...

The Race Track Avatar's Belmont by G. F. T. Ryall. Avatar, who won the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park, is owned and was bred by Arthur A. Seeligson, Jr., a San Antonio oil, cattle, and investments executive, who has been in racing eight years or so, mostly in Calif...

Poetry Hush by David St. John. The way a tired Chippewa woman...

Poetry Waiting in a Rain Forest by David Wagoner. The rain does not fall here: it stands in the air...

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New Yorker Magazine - June 16, 1975 - Cover by Charles Saxon

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