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New Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1975 - Cover by Robert Tallon
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This item is already soldNew Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1975 - Cover by Robert Tallon
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the May 26, 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: Robert Tallon
Publication Date: May 26, 1975
Page Count: 120 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Curriculum Vitae by Penelope Mortimer. Writer is asked to submit a "curriculum vitae" to certain university authorities. She toys with possible meanings of "curriculum vitae" & questions its relevance. Her curriculum vitae is her life. She lies in bed trying to envision her life which could surely fit into no more than 5 pages. However...

Our Local Correspondents HAUTE, HAUTE, COUTURE by George W. S. Trow. OUR LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS about current exhibition of "Romantic and Glamorous Hollywood Design" at the Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute and Diana Vreeland, the show's co-ordinator. About 3 wks. before the opening of the show, writer spoke with Mrs. Vreeland, who is now special consultant to the Costume Institute after having...

The Talk of the Town Stanton in Washington by Elizabeth Drew. Talk story about a visit to Washington to hear. Dr. Frank Stanton (retired president of CBS) testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on the recommendation of a panel he had headed, that the United States Information Agency be abolished. The Panel was established last year with funds from 4...

Books Pioneer's Progress by Naomi Bliven.

Dancing The Bolshoi Smiles, Sort Of by Arlene Croce.

The Current Cinema Russian Minds by Penelope Gilliatt.

Fiction A Little Message About The Medium by F. P. Tullius. Phil, a TV script writer, writes to a Hollywood producer, Pierre Goldfarb, who, after consulting with people such as his wife's hairdresser, objected to 5 ideas Phil had submitted for TV series. A series about an Orthodox Jewish kid from Far Rockaway who quits his job at H&R...

The Race Track Master Race by G. F. T. Ryall. The day of the Preakness was a big one for Pimlico In addition to the record crowd, the mutuel handle for the race was $1,307,698 - another record. $3,103 879 was bet on the Preakness here in OTB shops...

The Theatre THIS CAN'T BE LOVE by Brendan Gill.

The Talk of the Town Working Within Our Time by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about rehearsal of parts of Bolshoi Ballet production of "The Sleeping Beauty" at Lincoln Center and talk with Bolshoi's artistic director for the past 11 years, Yuri Grigorovich. Ballet is visiting NY en masse for first time in 9 years & is younger and more experimental. Grigorovich is...

Cartoon Keeping Going by George Booth. By means of drawings writer shows how dogs may be used to power vehicles in the current energy crisis. The drawings are captioned: Unidog Commuter Balloon, 1975 Whippet-eight, Three-dog Runabout, New York City Twenty-dog Bus, Hoopmobile, Hundswagen...

Around City Hall Revival Time by Andy Logan. During his campaign last fall, Gov. Carey frequently told crowds that he was running "in the tradition of Franklin Roosevelt" & his victory was credited in many quarters to his having successfully appealed to the old F.D.R. coalition of liberal intellectuals, the poor, the blue-collar vote. There have been...

The Talk of the Town The Nonpareil by James Stevenson. Talk story about writer's walk around the Nonpareil Rowing Club located between the Harlem River and the Harlem River Drive, just below Dyckman St. on a thing strip of land. The club, built in 1874, is 2 stories high, with an open-air tower adding 20 ft. more & a...

Musical Events Music of Our May by Andrew Porter.

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. The President's order to recapture the merchant ship Mayaguez by force, his dispatch of Marine Corps contingents to Tang Island, off Cambodia, and his authorization of bombing raids on an airport and an oil depot on the mainland seems to have met with approval in Wash. & in most parts...

A Reporter at Large SHORT TERM, LONG TERM by Emma Rothschild. REPORTER AT LARGE about the world food problem & the World Food Conference held last Nov. in Rome. Of all the economic disorders of the last three years, none has appeared more arcane, uncertain and transitory than that having to do with food. The food problem seems to many to...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. Pres. Park Chung Hee, the dictator of S. Korea, last week issued an edict banning almost all dissent in his country & forbidding unauthorized travel. We first read the news on the front page of the Washington "Post", & the reporter, Don Oberdrofer, writing from Tokyo, said, "there was no...

Poetry A Late Spring: Eastport by Philip Booth. On the far side...

Poetry On A Field Trip At Fredericksburg by Dave Smith. The big steel tourist shield says maybe...

Poetry Gap by Leonard Nathan. This is the gap...

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New Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1975 - Cover by Robert Tallon

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