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New Yorker Magazine - August 1, 1977 - Cover by Robert Weber
New Yorker Magazine   Back-Issue
The picture shows the cover of this complete copy of the August 1, 1977 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: Robert Weber
Publication Date: August 1, 1977
Page Count: 72 pages
In this issue:

The Race Track Second Again by G. F. T. Ryall. The highest price paid at the Keeneland yearling sales was for a chestnut colt by Secretariat. The price was $725,000. It was bought by Robert Sangster, An Englishman. It will be trained in Ireland by Vincent O'Brien...

Books Great Themes, Grand Connections by Howard Moss.

Cartoon From Genesis and Exodus by William Steig. Six cartoons depicting scenes from the Bible...

Obituary Katharine Sergeant White by William Shawn. Obituary of Katharine Sergeant White, who died Wednesday, July 20 at age 84...

U. S. Journal The Coops by Calvin Trillin. U.S. JOURNAL about the Workers Cooperative Colony, two Bronx apartment buildings on Bronx Park East. People moved into them in 1927. The Coops, as they were called, were established by a wing of the Jewish labor movement. Tells about it. By 1945 the Workers Cooperative Colony was officially out of...

The Talk of the Town La Statue Colossale by Laura Tennen. Talk story about a cruise on the motor yacht Cabaret around the Statue of Liberty with the Council of Friends of the Institute of Fine Arts. Jonathan Brown, the director of the Institute of Fine Arts, introduced the speaker, Professor Marvin Trachtenberg, author of "The Statue of Liberty" (Viking Press...

The Talk of the Town 750,000 Books by Anthony Hiss. Talk story about the new branch of Barnes & Noble on Fifth Avenue between Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth, which opened for business officially last week. Tibor Kalman, who, at twenty-eight, is Barnes & Noble's director of planning and development, is pioneering a games department and a New York...

Letter from Washington by Richard H. Rovere. Talks between Menahem Begin, Prime Minister of Israel, and Pres. Carter were described by the Pres. as having been helpful in laying the "groundwork" for a Middle East peace conference, presumably in Geneva in Oct. Begin is willing to attend, or be represented, at such a conference, but he will...

Comment by Ian Frazier. In Manhattan, the writer does not experience summer directly as much as he listens to it on the radio broadcasts of baseball games. The writer used to watch summer on television but the commercials became tiresome.. He likes the commercials on the radio better. During the summer, the writer is...

Musical Events Concert Records by Winthrop Sargeant.

Fiction Beautiful Girl by Alice Adams. Ardis Bascombe, the tobacco heiress, who twenty years ago was a North Carolina beauty queen, is now sitting in the kitchen of her San Francisco house, getting drunk. She is waiting for her younger daughter, Carrie, who goes to Stanford but lives at home, and for a guest, a man...

Fiction Undr by Jorge Luis Borges. The following pages are by Adam of Bremen, who was born and died in the 11th century. They were unearthed by Lappenberg in a manuscript in the Bodleian, at Oxford. My translation is faithful, but it is not literal: Of the peoples who live on the edge of the wilderness...

Fiction A Good Explanation (A Con Ed Customer's Account Of Why The Lights Went Out) by Ian Frazier. 8:37 P.M. All is quiet at Indian Point No. 3 power station, when suddenly a huge dog jumps out of the bushes and eats several of the parts vital to the operation of the plant's main generator... 8:57 P.M. Every person in Queens between the ages of fourteen and thirty...

The Talk of the Town Sprouts by Mark Singer. Talk story about the Sun-Mee Company, on Mulberry Street near Grand. Mr. Chin P. Liu, the owner, grows bean sprouts in the basement of Sun-Mee. When he moved his factory in 1972, he ordered an automatic sprinkling system from Hong Kong. Now he has an edge over some...

A Reporter at Large MORE FOR LESS by Ken Auletta. REPORTER AT LARGE about the faults of N.Y.C. employees Many of them were brought to light by the Temporary Commission on City Finances, which was appointed in 1975 by Mayor Abraham Beame, to study New York's long-term financial problems. A report was issued in June. City taxpayers spend 3...

Poetry Kite by Laura Jensen. Dime store. The goldfish swam in the murky...

Poetry Slave On The Headland by William Stafford. When they brought me here from the north island...

Poetry Astronomies by Robert Patrick Dana. Two dry dippers and a snake...

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