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New Yorker Magazine - August 23, 1976 - Cover by James Stevenson
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - August 23, 1976 - Cover by James Stevenson
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 23, 1976 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: James Stevenson
Publication Date: August 23, 1976
Page Count: 84 pages
In this issue:

The Sporting Scene SAILING by William F. Buckley. THE SPORTING SCENE about Buckley's experiences sailing. He started sailing when he was 13 and was always the captain of the vessel he was on with the exception of 4 occasions. Tells about his early experiences sailing and racing. Discusses various aspects of the sport, among them: rapport among sailing...

The Talk of the Town Expansion by Mark Singer. Talk story about the expansion of The Famous Ray's Pizza on the corner of 11th St. and 6th Ave. What was once a children's clothing store, is now the back of the restaurant decorated with ceramic tiles and equipped with tables and chairs. The interior remodelling has amounted to a...

Around City Hall WE ALL HAVE FATHERS, DON'T WE? by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL about the attitudes of local politicians toward Jimmy Carter. Also mentions the fight between President Ford and Ronald Reagan for the uncommitted delegates from New York, and the move by some conservatives to enter Senator James Buckley's name in nomination for the Presidency. Governor Hugh Carey was...

The Race Track News from Saratoga by G. F. T. Ryall. Jim Scully bid the top price of $550,000 for Show Stopper, a colt by Secretariat...

The Current Cinema TOUJOURS GAI by Penelope Gilliatt.

Fiction The Moslem Wife by Mavis Gallant. In the South of France, Netta Asher's family held a 100-year lease on the Hotel Prince Albert and Albion. Netta took over the hotel in her father's lifetime, and also married her first cousin, Jack Ross, who came from a hotel keeping family, too. They made love every day...

The Talk of the Town Flime, Flime, Flime by Mark Singer. Talk story about lecture titled "Perception and Memory: Seeing Things That Are Not There and Remembering Things That Did Not Happen", given by Dr. Ruth S. Day, an associate professor of psychology at Yale, at the Yale Club. Dr. Day gave the audience 5 demonstrations, each designed to show how...

The Talk of the Town Hurricane Thoughts by Faith McNulty. Talk story about letter from a friend living on a small farm a few miles outside Wakefield, Rhode Island on the northeast coast. Tells about the preparations she and her husband made for the forthcoming hurricane. Tells about trip to the gas station and hardware store; work inside and outside...

The Talk of the Town Hope Jokes by Ian Frazier. Talk story about the jokes Bob Hope delivered to 60 men from the motion-picture industry and 800 guests at a Brandeis University fund-raising dinner honoring James R. Velde, a senior vice-president of United Artists. Repeats more than a dozen jokes Hope delivered on a variety of topics...

Books Petrified Forest by George Steiner.

Fiction Mass Mayhem by Martha Saxton. Dinkelsbuhl. This pleasant little Bavarian town is the site of a promising but perhaps still immature concept in the simultaneous teaching of music and the German language, the "Festshortschrift." This educational experiment was developed to prepare tourists heading for the great summer music festivals. However, at the initial "Deutsche Messe...

Comment by Richard Harris. A recent New York "Times" article discussed the increasing use by police of "plainclothesmen" to combat unorganized street crime. Police would rely less on radio cars and more on anticrime units composed of police disguised as civilians. Disguised policemen hang out in high crime areas playing roles designed to tempt...

Poetry American Portrait: Old Style by Robert Penn Warren. Beyond the last house, where home was...

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New Yorker Magazine - August 23, 1976 - Cover by James Stevenson


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