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New Yorker Magazine - July 8, 1974 - Cover by Albert Hubbell
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the July 8, 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: Albert Hubbell
Publication Date: July 8, 1974
Page Count: 80 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Tree Walk by Ian Frazier. Talk story about a Tree Walk in Central Park led by Charles Huckins, a horticultural taxonomist who is a consultant to the Parks Dept. About 75 people, including the writer comprised the group. The Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Administration and the Academy of American Poets (a NY based non...

Around City Hall AROUND CITY HALL NUMBERS GAME by Andy Logan. Tells about the new mayor's first expense budget. It was passed late last month, without the City Council laying a hand on it, but the preliminaries could not he described as murmurous. Up until almost the last minute the accompanying political vaudeville was as noisy as that in any recent...

Dancing by Arlene Croce.

Profiles THE CENTER OF THE NOTE by Whitney Balliett. PROFILE of Ruby Braff, 47, the most intense, inventive, & eloquent trumpeter/cornettist we have. He came to the fore in the mid-1950's, with a style that was an unfashionable throwback to melody, lyricism, & grace. Now he has become a tradition unto himself. Describes Braff's rehearsal in...

The Sporting Scene WINGED FOOT: THREE OPENS by Herbert Warren Wind. THE SPORTING SCENE about the U.S. Open golf tournament at Winged Foot Golf Club, in Mamaroneck, N.Y. The Club was the site of the 1929, 1959, & 1974 Opens, each of which is described to some extent by the writer. Hale S. Irwin won the 1974 Open; he is a...

Comment by Jonathan Schell. It is not often that one is tempted to date the opening of an era. A remarkable article in the "Times" (Sunday Magazine 6/23/74) by Marvin & Bernard Kalb, tempts us to name Saturday, Oct. 20, 1973, as the day when the political era that mankind is now living in...

Fiction The Latehomecomer by Mavis Gallant. Thomas recalls returning to Berlin in the spring of 1950, after five years of captivity in France. He learns from his mother, a woman who had always lived in poverty, that she has remarried to a man of moderate means, Martin Toeppler. He is shocked at how old and care...

The Talk of the Town Back by Susan Lardner. Talk. Writer tells of a lengthy and confused telephone conversation with friend Janet, who describes her trip to Europe, which included a visit with her daughter Deborah in Rome, with a stop at two Roman landmarks-the Piazza Navona and the Colosseum. Prior to Rome, Janet visited London and Paris...

The Current Cinema by Penelope Gilliatt. Review of Ray's film "Charulata", made from a Rabindranath Tagore story. It was shown at the N.Y. Film Festival in 1965, but didn't have a public run in N.Y. until the one that just started at the First Ave Screening Room, after the picture was dug out of a vault...

The Talk of the Town Campaign Artifacts by Fred C. Shapiro. Talk story about a meeting of the Association for the Preservation of Political Americana, APPA, a nat'l org. of collectors of the artifacts of election campaigns & political causes. The meeting was held in the ballroom of the Shelburne Murray Hill Hotel, where various momentos of political history were displayed...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Accipiter won the Saranac Handicap at Aqueduct. His stablemate, Rube the Great, was disqualified and placed last for putting Capito on the fence shortly after they turned into the stretch. Francis Dunne and his associates, using their discretionary powers, allowed the placing of the first three to stand but suspended...

Poetry The Bats by Brendan Galvin. Somebody said for killing one...

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New Yorker Magazine - July 8, 1974 - Cover by Albert Hubbell


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