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New Yorker Magazine - December 23, 1974 - Cover by William Steig
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the December 23, 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: William Steig
Publication Date: December 23, 1974
Page Count: 84 pages
In this issue:

The Theatre GOOD INTENTIONS by Brendan Gill.

Comment by George W. S. Trow. There is a sort of party we would like to see abandoned. That is the sort of party whose invitation is the best thing about it. What happens is this. An invitation arrives bearing the name of many of the people you have always wanted to meet. Gives an example...

Obituary New York Notes by Whitney Balliett. Obituary of Harry Carney, a saxophonist & clarinettist in Duke Ellington's band since 1927. He continued with the band when it was taken over by Ellington's son, Mercer after Ellington died last May. He was 64 and died on Oct. 8, 1974. Tells about his playing and his close relationship...

The Race Track by G. F. T. Ryall. On Thanksgiving Day Frank Martin, better known as Pancho, saddled his 130th winner this season, thereby breaking a record set by Hirsch Jacobs nearly 40 years ago. Five days later the stewards at Aqueduct announced that they had received laboratory reports that two horses Martin trains for Sigmund Sommer-Long...

The Talk of the Town Five Gatherings (Musical and Otherwise) by George W. S. Trow. Talk story about one of five gatherings in which a friend of the writer's reported on Waylon Jennings, the country-music singer who gave a concert at the Academy of Music on 14th St. Tells a little about the history of the Academy. When filled to capacity, the Academy has...

Books by Penelope Gilliatt.

Musical Events by Andrew Porter.

The Current Cinema FATHERS AND SONS by Pauline Kael.

The Talk of the Town Five Gatherings(Musical And Otherwise) by Mark Singer. Talk story about one of five gatherings; writer attended opening of an exhibition of photgraphic portraits by Jill Krementz at Nikon House Gallery on Madison Ave. entitled "Famous Writers and Other Personalities. Tells about the famous writers who were there, including Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., S.J. Perelman, & Isaac Bashevis Singer...

The Talk of the Town Five Gatherings (Musical and Otherwise) by Jane Boutwell. Talk story about one of five gatherings. This one was a party given by George Balanchine, at Le Poulailler, a stylish French restaurant near Lincoln Center. The guests of honor were 80-odd, visiting Georgians, in town to present a folk program at Carnegie Hall. Writer attended the performance-it...

Greetings, Friends! by Frank Sullivan. Come, my dears, let your spirits lighten...

The Talk of the Town Five Gatherings (Musical and Otherwise) by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about one of five gatherings; writer went with the old curmudgeon to a party at Quo Vadis given by the Romanoff Caviar Company to celebrate the addition of Edouard Artzner Foie Gras Truffe to the company repertoire. Quo Vadis was chosen because the Caesars had eaten foie gras...

Profiles by Calvin Tomkins. PROFILE of cooking expert, Julia Child. Paul Child is Julia's husband. They met in Ceylon, Where they both worked for the Office of Strategic Services. Paul Child was in charge of Visual Presentation. Tells about their work in the Far East and later their marriage in the U. S. in...

Fiction Santa's List (Books Division) by William Hamilton. Humorus piece with illustrations in which author, recommends Christmas books. Mentions how books have become chunks of each author's karma and as a result of media penetration the author has become an almost palpable presence attached to the volume you pick up at the bookstore. In describing the Christmas selection...

The Air (On Television) THE HOLIDAY DINNER: A FABLE by Michael J. Arlen.

Fiction One Of Our Stagecraft Is Missing by S. J. Perelman. Reaction to "Variety" review of Liberace's new act in Las Vegas; the pianist exits by flying offstage, suspended by wires. This reminded the writer of the 1943 opening of "One Touch Of Venus," a play he & Ogden Nash had written, directed by Elia Kazan. Long description of the premiere...

The Talk of the Town Five Gatherings (Musical and Otherwise) by Hendrik Hertzberg. Talk story about one of five gatherings in which the writer attended a big Elton John party at the Hotel Pierre. There were a good many familiar, but not famous faces at the party. Like other sectors of the economy, rock music has suffered cutbacks. Seniority is beginning to count...

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New Yorker Magazine - December 23, 1974 - Cover by William Steig


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