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New Yorker Magazine - February 17, 1973 - Cover by Ronald Searle
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the February 17, 1973 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: Ronald Searle
Publication Date: February 17, 1973
Page Count: 112 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track Owl Weather by G. F. T. Ryall. Jimmy Croll trains Royal and Begal, the probable favorite for the Everglades Stakes this week, if he runs for it. He brought out another three-year-old the other day. This was Mr. Prospector for whom A.I. Savin gave $200,000 at the 1971 yearling sales. He should be a useful...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. The first Nixon term was devoted to some new & long-overdue revisions of foreign policy and to domestic pursuits designed to win the Pres. a second term. Since his reelection he has shown that he intends to reshape the govt. and, to some extent, the social order He reveals...

The Talk of the Town What a Dump. by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about an evening with Bette Davis, live and on film, as part of a series of "Legendary Ladies of the Movies." John Springer is a veteran Broadway press agent who conceived of the idea for "Legendary Ladies." After showing pieces from many of Miss Davis' movies, he conducted...

The Current Cinema The Businessman-Pimp as Hero by Pauline Kael. Review of "Save the Tiger". The author of the screenplay, Steve Shagan, is also the producer of the film...

Fiction The Son from America by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Berl, an old man in his 80's, & his wife Berlcha(which means wife of Berl), live in a tiny hut in the Polish village of Lentshin. Old Berl was one of the Jews who had been driven out of their villages in Russia & had settled in Poland...

The Theatre SUBURBAN VELLEITIES by Brendan Gill.

U. S. Journal U.S. JOURNAL: EL PASO, TEXAS HARD TO SELL by Calvin Trillin. Long mention in U.S. JOURNAL about Willie Farah, the Farah Manufacturing Company, and a strike against it by its Mexican-American workers. The bad publicity created by the strike has re-enforced the impression of El Paso that its citizens have been working hard to correct: that it is a...

The Talk of the Town Wonderful Factory, &c by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about a show called "Occult", assembled by the Museum of American Folk Art, located on W. 53 St. near the Museum of Modern Art. Most of the objects in the exhibit had been made for use in sorcery, witchcraft, astrology, and phrenology. Chronically they ranged from a book...

Profiles II-THE DELTOID PUMPKIN SEED by John McPhee. PROFILE of the Aereon aircraft, developed in the 1960s & 70s, in New Jersey, to be a combination of airship & airplane. Tells about the testing of Aereon 26 (about 27 1/2 feet long) at the NAFEC air center in south Jersey, by the test pilot for Aereon Corp. John...

The Talk of the Town Fish Market by Susan Sheehan. Talk story about a visit to the M. Citarella Fish Market at 75 St. and Broadway. Describes the fish in the store, red snappers, California mullets, flounders, bluefish, striped bass, codfish, pompano, mackerel, etc. Tells about the lay-out of the store. Describes some of the customers--a well-heeled...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. During the war years, it often seemed that Americans on both sides of the war issue had developed greater bitterness toward each other than any American had developed toward the Vietnamese foe--almost as though the war were not really the issue that was"dividing us but only one irritant...

Fiction A Reexamination Of The Cherry-Tree Incident by James Stevenson. A comic strip (with two alternative endings) about George Washington and the cherry tree. As he is about to chop down the tree, his conscience has an argument about whether he should actually do it. George then realizes how hard it is to make a decision and hopes never to...

Poetry The Grand Canyon by Jean Garrigue. Where is the restaurant cat...

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New Yorker Magazine - February 17, 1973 - Cover by Ronald Searle


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