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New Yorker Magazine - July 15, 1974 - Cover by Edward Koren
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New Yorker Magazine - July 15, 1974 - Cover by Edward Koren
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 15, 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: Edward Koren
Publication Date: July 15, 1974
Page Count: 88 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. The Queen's Plate, Canada's classic was won by Jack Stafford's Amber Herod who came in a length and a half from George Hendrie's Native Aid. Aubrey W. Minshall's Rushton's Corsair was third, and E. P. Taylor's Police Car, the favorite, was fourth...

The Talk of the Town Viv by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about the Talk of the Town Birthday Treat Fund arrangement for Paul Riedel, managing editor of Moneysworth, to meet his idol, comedienne Vivian Vance, for lunch at the Algonquin Hotel. Ms. Vance co-starred on the "I Love Lucy" television show with Lucille Ball...

The Talk of the Town A Question of Where You Come From by Jervis Anderson. Talk story about a Conference on the Plight of Haitian Refugees, sponsored by the National Council of Churches & other groups representing churches & trade unions, held at the U.N. Church Center. The Nat'l Council of Churches has adopted a resolution in behalf of Haitian refugees who are accused of...

The Current Cinema CURRENT CINEMA by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of spy film called "The Tamarind Seed," starring Omar Sharif and Julie Andrews. Set in Barbados. Edwards wrote and directed the film...

The Talk of the Town Melting Pot by Philip Hamburger. A friend of ours went down to Luchow's last week for a late lunch, and noticed, seated at the next table, an elderly, imperious, Teutonic-looking man--a captain of waiters, in fact--carefully tucking his napkin under his collar. The man then picked up his knife and fork, and...

The Theatre by Edith Oliver.

Fiction A Love Story by Penelope Mortimer. Ann, 44 is unhappily married to James, an English banker. At age 40, when all her children left home, Ann left London & travelled for nearly 2 years. She met Theo, 10 years her junior, who became her lover. Theo taught at her son's boarding school; she would meet him...

Fiction The New Member by Donald Barthelme. Eighteen committee members were meeting when the presiding officer noted a strange man standing outside the window looking in. Mr. Macksey moved that the record take note of the fact; Mr. O'Donoghue seconded the motion & it passed. The committee then discussed how it would deal with the man outside...

Comment by E. B. White. An old, old gentleman we had known years ago turned up recently, tapping his way along the street. We remembered him as an extremely opinionated fellow, and unreliable as to his facts, and we felt sure he would be worrying some bone or other... The old man, we knew, had...

A Cairo Girlhood HOLIDAY by Suzy Eban. A CAIRO GIRLHOOD about writer's adolescence, spent in Egypt, where her Jewish family moved in 1937. They, lived in Zamalek, & the writer went to secondary school there. The chief language among foreigners was French; describes an evening at the Comedie Francaise. Tells about the reception at the Egyptian Officers...

The Talk of the Town by Philip Hamburger. Notice posted conspicuously in the elevator of a Dobbs Ferry apartment house: The elevator will stop only at the 6th floor and basement. Some times if you go to the 6th floor then press the button for your floor it will stop at your floor, if not it will come...

The Talk of the Town Police Story by John McPhee. Talk story about the writer leaving his car keys inside his locked automobile. The car was parked under an elevated segment of the F.D.R. Drive. Near the car, the writer found a metal coat hanger which he straightened out and tried to use to open the lock. While doing this...

The Talk of the Town An Early Fourth by Victor Chen. Talk story about the pre-Fourth of July holiday fete sponsored by the W. R. Grace & Co. at the travertine plaza of the W. R. Grace & Co. Building at 43rd St. and Sixth Ave. The event was part of W. R. Grace's ten-thousand dollar design contest for...

The Sporting Scene LANDSCAPE, WITH FIGURES by Roger Angell. THE SPORTING SCENE about the baseball season so far, & baseball statistics. Writer uses-answer-&-question quiz form to tell about important baseball events & statistics, including Hank Aaron's 715th homerun, struck in Atlanta on Apr. 8, 1974. Discusses at length the recent publication of 2 significant & significantly...

Poetry Slow Boat Ride by Richard Eberhart. The boat moves slowly through the fens...

Poetry Mae West by Edward Field. She comes on drenched in a perfume called Self-Satisfaction...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 15, 1974 - Cover by Edward Koren

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