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New Yorker Magazine - July 14, 1986 - Cover by Jenni Oliver
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The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 14, 1986 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: Jenni Oliver
Publication Date: July 14, 1986
Page Count: 88 pages
In this issue:

Fiction Mario Cabot's School Days by Veronica Geng. There is no kid who's qualified to go to Harvard who can't, on some scholarship or other. --Hugh Sidey (on "Agronsky & Company") There's no reason why we shouldn't have an Italian President--we've had everything else. --Barry Goldwater (on "60 Minutes") Humorous piece in which writer tells how easy...

African Journal DR. DEATH by Charlayne Hunter-Gault. REFLECTIONS about the death of South African journalist George De'Ath, nick-named "Dr. Death." He was a white South African born in Pretoria, fatally wounded while he was covering a day of the latest South African ritual diversion: a clash between 2 groups of blacks. He was the first journalist...

The Current Cinema TOADS by Pauline Kael.

Comment by Jonathan Schell. The day the House of Representitives, reversing the position it had taken earlier, voted 221 to 209 in favor of the Administration's proposal to supply the Contra rebels against the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua with $100 million in aid, including $70 million in military aid, we happened to be in...

The Talk of the Town Chairs by James Stevenson. Illustrated talk story showing chairs at various banks in mid-town. A friend of the writer who was moving to NY asked the writer to recommend a bank. Writer didn't want to recommend his & nobdy he knew recommended one, so he said he'd look into the matter & get...

The Talk of the Town Master by William Franzen. Talk story about Ron Alford, 46, founder & president of Disaster Masters, Inc., which was formerly a 5-borough-wide cleanup service, with 20-odd employees & 4 disaster vans loaded with gear like water extractors, deodorizing machines reodorizing chemicals(they once helped tame a mothball-odor problem an actress...

The Talk of the Town Logs by William McKibben. Talk story about a home-building demonstration by the original Lincoln Logs, Ltd., with many Boy Scouts in attendance. It took place at a Central Park restaurant called the Boathouse Cafe. Writer mentions that two months ago he visited the Tavern on the Green to watch some Boy Scouts set...

The Talk of the Town Amigos by William McKibben. Talk story about Joe Wilson, the El Paso, Texas, fire chief and a number of other El Pasoans, all of them involved with the annual Sun Bowl college-football classic. They were in New York to announce that, in consideration of a yearly five-hundred-thousand-dollar donation from John...

Our Far-Flung Correspondents EXCHANGE by Philip Hamburger. OUR FAR-FLUNG CORRESPONDENTS about a visit to the National Gallery in Washington, to view an exhibit called "Impressionist to Early Modern Paintings from the U.S.S.R."--paintings from the Hermitage Museum in Leningrad and the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, in Moscow. Writer learned from J. Carter Brown, the gallery's...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

Letter from Vancouver by E. J. Kahn. LETTER FROM VANCOUVER about their World's Fair. Worlds Fairs that are dubbed "Special" by the Bureau of International Expositions, in Paris, are required to have a theme. Expo '86, a Special, that opened in Vancouver in British Columbia on May 2nd, agreed to devote itself thematically to Transportation & Communications...

Personal History GETTING AN EDUCATION-II by Mary McCarthy. PERSONAL HISTORY about the writer's experiences in the fall of 1926 as a boarder at Annie Wright Seminary in Tacoma, Washington. When writer went there, her Uncle Harold's friend Mark Sullivan offered to write to her. His letters did not start arriving until after the Christmas vacation, but then they...

Fiction The Fellmonger by Elizabeth Jolley. Dixon is a professor, and his wife Delia is an obstetrician. Delia is finally able to take time off from work, and Dixon insists she vacation alone. After all, he's used to shopping and cleaning the house. One night, Rosie and her mother get locked out of the house next...

Books by Whitney Balliett.

Poetry Leonora's Kitchen (After a Story by Eric Larsen) by Sydney Lea. Imagine we do not know that she was so young...

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