The New Yorker April 2, 1949 Tennis Reginald Weir, Wire Tapping

The New Yorker April 2, 1949 Tennis Reginald Weir, Wire Tapping
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The New Yorker Magazine -ORIGINAL EDITION-

Date: The New Yorker April 2, 1949   Size and Page Count: 8.5" X 11" Tall, approx. 60 pages

Condition: Fair - 2 missing pages - 13/14, 41/42

Cover: Houses along the Beach Real Estate Broker by Edna Eicke

Illustrations: Full color illustration on front & back covers as well as many color and B&W illustrations, many full page and smaller Cartoons  inside magazine.

  • Comment WireTapping By Wolcott Gibbs
  •  "The Climate of Insomnia" by Irwin Shaw.
  •  "The Face Within the Face" by Mark Schorer.
  • "Our Far-Flung Correspondent: A Streetcar Named Boccaccio" by Alan Moorehead.
  • "Postscrips to the American Language: Scented Words" by H. L. Mencken.
  • On the Tennis Courts - William Talbert and Dr. Reginald Weir, a Negro physician.
  • Many great cartoons
  • Color Ads

 

The New Yorker Magazine is famous for it's cover art, cartoons & focus on life in New York City.

Departments include: Goings On About Town,The Talk of the Town (notes and comments), The Art Galleries , Books, The Current Cinema, Of All Things, On and Off the Avenue:Feminine Fashions, A Reporter at Large, The Theatre, Of All Things Column - (These are humorous 2 sentence current event footnotes.), Books

 

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