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New Yorker Magazine - November 18, 1974 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the November 18, 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: Eugene Mihaesco
Publication Date: November 18, 1974
Page Count: 236 pages
In this issue:

The Talk of the Town Closing The Books by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the N. Y. Public Library closing down three branch libraries this weekend due to a lack of funds from the city. The New York Dolls attended a mass rally against the closing of the Jefferson Market Courthouse Library in Greenwich Village...

The Talk of the Town The Tickets by Lillian Ross. Talk story about Lola Finkelstein and her invitation to the fall fashion show at Ohrbach's. The fashion show was to display moderately priced copies of foreign designers' models. Lola, who was sent a ticket for the show, wanted her friend Dorothy(who did not have a ticket) to come with...

Comment by Donald Barthelme. A friend writes: I was gratified this week to learn that I am a Human Resource. I learned this from a letter I received from the American Bicentennial Research Institute, Inc., 6116 North Central Expressway. Dallas, Tex. The letter began, "The American Bicentennial Research Institute takes pleasure in bringing to...

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Talk of the Town Two Gatherings by Ian Frazier. Talk story about a party at the home of Mrs. Rebekah Harkness for the benefit of the Harkness Ballet. Writer took a Champagne Bus Ride to Sneden's Landing where Mrs. Harkness lives in a house that used to belong to Katharine Cornell. Tells about the guests & their attire. The...

Fiction Two Stories by W. S. Merwin. Two storues vaguely tied together. The second story, "On The Map," is the writer's description of a part of the country where his parents lived before he was born. He imagines the country where his parents went on Sundays with their church friends. They ate by the river. Writer envisions...

A Reporter at Large SMOKING STILL by Thomas Whiteside. REPORTER AT LARGE about the increase in smoking among Americans despite the ban 4 yrs. ago on TV & radio cigarette advertising. Gives sales figures. By the end of 1971 it was clear about half the TV & radio ad money was being shifted to print media. But less overall...

The Talk of the Town Graham and George by Mark Singer. Talk story about a conversation between Graham Hill, O. B. E., the international motor-racing driver and George Danziger, ace N. Y. C. taxi-driver. Mr. Hill was in town to attend to some affairs of Graham Hill Racing, Ltd., to talk about the International Race of Champions(from which...

Profiles EXPLORER III-SOME GREAT OVERRIDING PROCESS by William Wertenbaker. PROFILE of Maurice Ewing, marine geophysicist. Gives brief outline of geologic theories of the past, & describes Wegener's continental drift theory, which was scorned by geologists for many years. Tells about investigation of the Mid-Ocean Ridge as the source of wholesale motion of the earth's crust. The Vine-Matthews...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. The election results do not portend anything for today. The best Congress in the world couldn't do much more about inflation than the worst. No Congress can call off the Palestinian Arabs or their Israeli adversaries. No one can create jobs. The whole election registered profound despair; it may also...

The Talk of the Town Renaissance by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal which reopened on Wed. Nov. 13th, thanks to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority & Jerome Brody, the restaurateur. The M.T.A. is the landlord of Grand Central these days, and when Dr. Stanley A. Lewis (M.T.A.'s Director of Real Estate) heard...

The Theatre MIGHTY AND DREADFUL DEATH by Brendan Gill.

Fiction Minor Heroism by Allan Gurganus. Story about a relationship between a father and son. The story is divided into three parts: the first and last written from the son's point of view, and the middle one from the father's. David, the elder son, describes life with his father, a much celebrated war hero of WW...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. Secretariat", a book by Raymond G. Woolfe, Jr. (Chilton), is a delight either to read or just look at the pictures. Mr. Woolfe traces the progress of the most highly rated horse since Man o' War. Mr. Woolfe was riding in jumping races when he was 16, he has been...

Books by Janet Malcolm.

Around City Hall NEW FACES by Andy Logan. AROUND CITY HALL about the recent N.Y. State election campaign. A year ago few New Yorkers would have taken seriously a prediction that, in Nov. of 1974 the state's voters, by nearly 800,000 votes, would choose as their next governor, Hugh Carey, a machine politician from Bklyn., whose respectable but...

The Current Cinema by Pauline Kael. Review of the film "Lenny", about Lenny Bruce, discusses the book "Ladies and Gentlemen Lenny Bruce!!", by Albert Goldman...

Poetry Fear Of Death by John Ashbery. What is it now with me...

Poetry Not So the Chairs by Donald Finkel. The tables slept on their feet...

Poetry The Consent by Howard Nemerov. Late in November, on a single night...

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New Yorker Magazine - November 18, 1974 - Cover by Eugene Mihaesco


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