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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1974 - Cover by Jean-Claude Suares
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1974 - Cover by Jean-Claude Suares
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the September 23, 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.

Cover artist: Jean-Claude Suares
Publication Date: September 23, 1974
Page Count: 148 pages
In this issue:

Letter from Lisbon by Jane Kramer. Tells about the revolution of April 25th & what led up to it. It was made by a few hundred career officers in the armed forces who became the revolutionary Armed Forces Movement. The war in Africa, was their Vietnam. Portugal had been fighting in its 3 African colonies since...

Comment by Richard Harris. Quotes from Pres. Ford's initial speech to the nation on Aug. 9, 1974. His announcement, 30 days later, that he had pardoned Richard Nixon stunned the country. The pardon may be the final blow to the people's faith in America. After the cheering revival of the public's spirits in the...

Fiction Wildfire: Berkeley, 1923 by Hildegarde Flanner. Writer reminisces about the historic Berkeley, Calif. fire of 51 years ago (Sept. 17, 1923) in which in two hours' time sixty entire city blocks rose to the sky in smoke. The writer and her mother had come to live in Berkeley in 1922 and for one year lived in...

The Talk of the Town "Look, Ma!" by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about Evel Knievel's Snake River Canyon parachute jump on Sept. 8th. Writer recalls some of the events in the 2 weeks prior to the jump. On Sept. 4 Rep. John N. Murphy, Democrat, of lower Man. & Staten Island, running for office, got 3 paragraphs in the "Post...

Fiction Missing Masterpieces by Dean Vietor. Illustrated story about four painters who temporarily veered away from painting due to other interests. Emile Zola gave Paul Cezanne a motorcycle with a side car for his birthday. They tore all over the French countryside until they ran into a tree in the Bois de Boulogne & lost interest...

The Talk of the Town Beatlefest by Mark Singer. Talk story about Beatlefest '74, N.Y.'s first convention of people who are fans of the now disbanded English rock group, the Beatles. Writer was one of about 2,000 fans who attended this happening at the Commodore Hotel. Before the stage show began in the Grand Ballroom, the writer tried...

The Current Cinema OF DREAMING AND MAYHEM by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of "Amacord" ("I Remember"), Fellini's new film...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Big Spruce won the Marlboro Cup at Belmont Park. He's owned by Max Gluck, an industrialist and former ambassador to Ceylon, who races in the name of Elmendorf, his farm in Kentucky...

The Talk of the Town Spoleto Auction by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about a reception and auction held recently at Sotheby Parke Bernet to raise money for next year's Spoleto Festival. The Spoleto Festival is an eclectic gathering of artists, musicians, singers, dancers, and actors that takes place every June in a tiny medieval hiss town 90 miles NE of...

The Talk of the Town Talking Myself To Sleep In The Mountains by Gibbons Ruark. Longing, I have seen you in the water Flare like a bluefish in your native place. You are at sea level, dark-headed lover, Twelve hundred miles of night southeast of here. I have come up to thirteen hundred feet Hammer is with me, fly rod banging On his shoulder...

Our Footloose Correspondents I-WELCOME ABOARD THE M/V ADJARIA by Natacha Stewart. OUR FOOTLOOSE CORRESPONDENTS about writer's visit to Russia, & a cruise from Odessa to the Mediterranean, aboard the M/v Adjaria. Tells about arrival in Odessa, visit to the Moldavanka, the Jewish slum area of the city, & an encounter with an Intourist guide. If bureaucracy comes first in Russia...

The Talk of the Town Cover Woman by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about a breakfast in honor of Katharine Graham, given at the Rainbow Room by the editors of "Ms." magazine Graham, whose publications include the Washington "Post" & "Newsweek," is the "Ms." cover woman for October. She has been collecting many honors recently, for herself & the "Post," which...

Poetry Like A Prism by Barry Spacks. On any particular morning...

Poetry The Rescue by Frederick Morgan. Around the old old islands...

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New Yorker Magazine - September 23, 1974 - Cover by Jean-Claude Suares

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