The New Yorker Magazine - December 23, 1974 - 84 complete pages. Cover by William Steig - The talk of the town - Santa's list - Profiles: Julia Child the theatre - the air - the race track - the current cinema
The New Yorker Magazine- October 14, 1974 = 204 complete pages. Cover by Robert Weber - The talk of the town - the agreement - Sodom and Gomorrah - The theatre off broadway - The current cinema - The race track
The New Yorker Magazine - July 29, 1974 - 88 complete pages. Cover by Garrett Price - The breakfast luncheon merger caper - Honeymoon - Annals of politics (Robert Moses -11)Letter from Moscow - Current cinema
The New Yorker Magazine- July 8, 1974 80 complete pages. Cover by Albert Hubbell - The talk of the town -= The Latehomecomer - Profile: Ruby Braff - The current cinema - Around city hall - The sporting scene(golf)
The New Yorker Magazine - May 31, 1993 168 complete pages. Chez Gerschwin - The great glorifier: Florenza Ziegfeld - Funny girl: Fanny Brice - The golden boy: Clifford Odets - Deluxe delights: Cole Porte - The boys from Syracuse
The New Yorker Magazine - January 25, 1993 = 82 complete pages. Cover by Edward Sorel - Te world of business, Bill Clinton survives transition firmly in charge of his own agenda - The talk of the town.
Model Railroader Magazine- September 1974 = 102 complete p ages. Merl; Harvey's Vert-A-Pak automobile carrier - The Campbell displays - Narragansett Pier RR -Five layouts of the Detroit Model Railroad club - Cart ferry
Model Railroader magazine - August 1974 90 complete pages. AmtramK; data for lettering and detailing models of Amtrak cars from standard kits -The Yancey railroad layout - Railways of America - Robert E. Chait's Naico weed spraying car
Model Railroader magazine - May 1974 90 complete p[ages. Electroliner: data, photos, foldout drawings - Second national bank - The Pine Valley RR - Ottumwa Central RR - Brassbashing - master panels in MZL control
Model Railroader Magazine- September 1973 - 90 complete pages. St. Clair Northern: a preview of things to see at the North Central Meet -Tenders first - Veneer car conversion - Oregon division track plan. Use clay to build models
Model Railroader Magazine - July 1973 90 complete pages. -Model railroading exclusively since 1934 - Simulating prototype trackway = Sunset Valley's neat caboose - Scratchbuoild a waterfall - Build a dome observation car
Model Railroader Magazine - December 1962 -94 complete pages. Over a quarter century of service - Operation on the Delaware - Portage Hill & Communipaw Ry. Simple ways to keep headlights burning - A plain old shed on piles.
U. S. News & world report magazine- June 12, 1989 - 72 complete pages. The new arms agenda Sanity saving software Dirty air(the losing battle to clean up the atmosphere. What pollution does to your health)
U.S. News & World Report magazine- March 27, 1989 - 96 complete pages. Eastern Europe in Turmoil The latest food scare - Best ways to cut your taxes - Walesa's solidarity - Value of Alaskan oil climbs as demand grows
U.S. News & World report magazine December 26, 1988 -126 complete page. George Bush will show a kinder face - America enters the new world - Soviet honor guard in East Berlin - An american face on the Tokyo exchange
U. S. News & World Report Magazine - Dec. 12, 1988
U.S. News & World Report magazine- December 12, 1988 - 100 complete pages - Amazing families, why gifted parents produce gifted children - Report card on America's Nursing Homes - Gorbachev plays the part of Mr.Democrat - Bush's world of power people
U. S. News & World report magazine- December 9, 1985 - 90 complete pages. Special report on Ethics - Morality test U.S. Minimills getting caught in Steel trap - Is U.S. Honeymoon over for Japan's car makers? - Poland today
U. S. News & world report - December 2, 1985 - 92 complete pages.Cover: Reagan and Gorbachav.Democrats lopng distance runner = Kate's kiss shakes the Gulf coast - Behind Summit's closed doors - Dining with the Superpowers
U. S. News & World Report Magazine - Sept. 2, 1985
U. S. News & World Report magazine - September 2, 1985 - 68 complete pages. U.S. Vs. Japan, can American Workers win the battle? - Peter Rose, record money - South Africa teeters on a knife edge. Behind the sudden rise of Israel's Militants - Big chill on summit
U. S. News & world report - January 17, 1977 - 84 complete pages. Revolt against property taxes - Russia's Relentless arms build up - Interview with General Haig - More pay for government officials, is is justified?
Time Magazine - July 26, 1976 76 complete pages. Cover: Pres. Cardter - Walter Mondale, the democrats reborn -Escape from an Earthen cell - Game playing in Montreal - Uganda: awar of words over a tense border - Ex Nazi Joachim Peiper
Time Magazine - February 16, 1976 78 complete pages. Cover: Patty Hearst in Court - defense attorney F. Lee Bailey -The Kissinger issue heats up - Gov. Connally: rstless and ready - Quake in Guatemala - the slow road to Socialism
Better Homes & Gardens - Decorating Ideas - Fall 1981
Better Homes and Gardens DECORATING IDEAS - Fall 1981 - 144 complete pages. Elegance -How to create luxurioous but livable rooms - easy ont he budget weekend decorating projects - room arrangements - problem solving treatments for windows and walls
Life Magazine - February 1981 112 complete pages. Cover: Champion wind surfers show off the new suits - Exclusive: John Lennon at home - 2 pound babies(saving them smaller & smaller -The ghost Burglar and the Good doctor
Paris Match Magazine - October 13, 1962 150 complete pages - all in FRENCH - nos pages a conserver - Le Concile encouleur - Cover: Sa Saintete Jean XXIII. II est le pere du XXI concile oecumenique, Autour de li se rassemblent, jeudi,-Jean Claude Dubois - Accord - Creation - Au jardin d'enfants de la Maison-Blanche
House & Garden Magazine - March 1984 212 complete pages. The magazine of creative living - Sensuous modern movement - Gardens of Fantasy - High wide & handsome - Elvis Presley's Graceland - Romance comes back to Capistrano - The last Italian
The New Yorker Magazine - March 12, 1966 - 180 complete pages. Cover by Getz -Full page ads: Dodge Coronet -Austin Healey Sprite - Ford Falcon and the London Fog - Loaded with humerous cartoons and ads for every category.
The New Yorker Magazine - March 9, 1963 - 180 complete pages. Cover by Garret Price - How to spend a day in and around London -The Talk of the Town - Loaded with Cartoons galore - Countless colorful ads.
The New Yorker Magazine - January 23, 1960 = 116 complete pages. Princess Marcella Borghese of Rome - Full page picture of Jimmy Stewart ad for Air France - The talk of the town - Outpost of Christendom - loaded with great cartoons and ads.
The New Yorker Magazine - December 7, 1960 = 164 complete pages. Cover by Szamton -Golings on about town The Theatre - The Art Galleries - Camelot: Richard Burton, Jlie Andrews, Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe
House Beautiful Magazine - January 1987 - 118 complete pages. Relaxing the rules - Mixing styles with confidence - decorating: Mail-order chic - Carefree gardening with Grasses - four star simple dinners
The New Yorker Magazine - March 1960 - 160 complete pages. Loaded with cartoons and ads for Pontiac - Hanes stockings - Pendleton sportswear - The Humber auto - NSU sport prinz - The Leonardo Da Vinci(Italian line) - Marvella - Liquore Galliano and many, many more.
Coronet Magazine - February 1946 - 162 complete pages. Be a perfect speller in 30 minutes. - Ernest Lawrence: Atom smasher - For every town a Pied Piper - Barbed wire college - Utopia for civilian fliers -
The New Yorker Magazine - July 2, 1960 - 72 complete pages. full page ad: German made Opel -Goings on about town - The Talk of the town - Many great cartoons - Onward and upward with the arts , the selling season -
The New Yorker Magazine - November 4, 1961 - 224 complete pages. Goings on about town - Beautiful full page ad for the Studebaker,gran turismo Hawk - Nassau and the Bahamas - The talk of the town - A highly inbred species
House Beautiful magazine - June 1988 142 complete pages. Our best small apartments - Presto!bargain decorating a summer rental - doing windows with Maio Buatta - Moving outdoors: easy to make rose arbor with our plans & mail order sources
Coronet Magazine- February 1944 180 complete pages. Cover: Wanda McKay - Canada's plan for D-Day - Irey of the Treasury - The decent people of Europe - The hatbox brigade - Breakfast at Sardi's - Horse operas pay off.
Esquire Magazine- July 1974 =- 190 complete pages. - How Madison avenue breaks your heart - The political revenge of Elliot Richardson - The People vs. Aristotle Onassis - Cover by Henry Wolf - Tales of the Heartbreak biz
Coronet Magazine- July 1944 - 178 complete pages. Cover: Eloise Hardt - G.l. Justice - The Googal man - Volcano on a rampage - All Germany must stand trial - F.D.R.'s man friday - Symphony of guns - Alarm clock blues
Coronet Magazine - April 1945 164 complete pages. Cover: Beautiful Jeanne Crain -A case for spinsterhood - The last great quack - Burma letter - Snapshot of Berlin - Winged killer of the forest - Troopship = Gianinni
The New Yorker Magazine - Dec. 9, 1996 - 128 complete pages. Cover by Michael Roberts - Punch Sulzbergwere deflates history - The city's best loved ceiling - The bold new strategy of the O. J. Simpson defense - Wood Allen
The New Yorker Magazine- December 16, 1996 - 120 complete pages. Cover by Edward Sorel - Robert Bork on Nine Inch nails - Messing with nature is never a good idea - The G-Man and the Hit Man - Escaping Picasso
The New Yorker Magazine - September 30, 1996 - 98 complete pages. Cover by Eric Drooker - The Campaign trail - The man with Timothy McVeigh - The new age of man - The lemon drop kid - Top model pictured.
McCall's Home Decorating - you do it - Sp ring 1972 - 120 complete pages. Dozens of ideas women can copy with only basic household tools! - Easy to follow diagrams and directions for 47 different new projects - Refinish furniture
The New Yorker Magazine - May 26, 1997 -90 complete pages. Cover by Art Spiegelman - Swede Levov lives; the battle in the viola section = Why won't Regnery Publishing leave Bill Clinton alone? - What has happened in Iran since 1979?
The New Yorker Magazine- September 23, 1996 - 104 complete page. Cover by M. Scott Miller - Adam Gopnik on what the French think of Dick Morris - The last days of Armand Hammer - Few people ever listen to everything Clinton says. - George Eliot in the nude.
The New Yorker Magazine - September 9 , 1996 - 98 complete pages. Cover by Maira Kalman - Glasshouse conventions - The parties and their increasingly fragile facades - Richard Dawkin's evolution - Who is the West betting on to stop genocide? - The Conn. beach town where the 20s were born was the perfect place for Jay Gatsky
The New Yorker Magazine - December 9, 1996 - 128 complete pages. Cover by Michael Roberts - The bold new strategy of the O.J. Simpson defense - Why did Woody Allen choose to make a musical? - Maria Tallchief - Art by city kids.
The New Yorker Magazine - October 7, 1996 - 104 complete pages. Cover by Edward Sorel - Waiting for the Yankees - Has Bob Dole been listening to it? - The left, the right and the head of Yves St.Laurent are battling over a fifth century barbarian
The New Yorker Magazine- July 7, 1997 80 complete pages. A Clare Boothe Luce makeover - the eighties eternal return - New Labour's role in the renaissance of London - Cover: by R. Sikoryak - What's behind the new story in the Paula Jones case?
The New Yorker Magazine- July 11, 1994 94 complete pages. Cover by Mark Ulriksen - Joseph Lelyveld's Times - Maya Lins Penn station - O. J. Simpson defense - Who wants socialized medicine? Schlemiel the First
The New Yorker Magazine - November 25, 1996 - 126 complete pages. Cover by J. J. Sempe - Who's afraid of David Cronenberg? - Clinton's castoffs - The real triumph of the 96 Yankees - Duchamp and New York - Gerhard Richter
The New Yorker Magazine - November 14, 1994 - 148 complete page. Cover by Edward Sorel - Leonardo manuscript for sale - Letter from Japan: hidden death - O Guru, Guru, guru - Reinventing Lincoln - Marrying Damian
The New Yorker Magazine - April 18, 1994 - 108 complete pages. Coer by Kathy Osborn - CNBC goes bear hunting, trafficking fashion week - Room at the top of Communications - Conversations with a killer- John Wayne Gacy
the New Yorker Magazine - November 28, 1994 - 164 complete pages. Cover by Kathy Osborn - The voice of negativity, China's biggerst star, shell shock on trial, social comedy at the Actors studio - Saudi king has a royal mess - theSecret of Henry James - Gore' s dilemma
The New Yorker Magazeine - October 19, 1992 - 128 complete pages. Cover: Photograph by John Lamka - The Trials of Jan Kavan - The theatre: Caprice of the Gods and UnholyGlee - Casual: issues and non issues - Current cinema: Men Overboard and Photo opportunists
The New Yorker Magazine - February 25, 1991 - 104 complete pages. Cover by Rea Irvin - Goings on about town - Women of the wilderness - Old Flame - Letter from Washington - A critic at large(Audubon) - Great cartoons -
The New Yorker Magazine- May 30, 1970 - 100 complete pages. Cover by William Stieg - Turtletaub and the Foul Distemper - Mothers day - Profiles: Cleveland Symphgony orchestra - Letter from London - The theater off broadway - Letter from Paris (Magazine like new)
The New Yorker Magazine - September 3, 1966 - 120 complete pages (Magazine in great shape) -Covert by Peter Arms - Current cinema - Goings on about town - The race track - Great Ads: Bernhard Altmann - Carpet by Magee - SS. United States superlin e - Hasselblad & great cartoons
The New Yorker Magazine - May 21, 1960 - 168 complete pages. Goings on about town - Current cinema - Letter from Paris - Musical events - the Race track - The wayward press - Great old ads like:Pacific millsm Chrysler 300/F , Renaissance in Puerto Rico - cartoons galone
The New Yorker Magazine- February 6, 1960 - 128 complete pages. Goings on about town - Loaded with beautiful full page ads of the products of the period - Loaded with great cartoons - On and off the avenue
The New Yorker Magazine - September 1, 1975 - 68 complete pages - Cover: Jenni Oliver - Splitting up - Without military necessity - The talk of the town - Our far flung correspondents(Spanish village) - Musical events - Current cinema -
The New Yorker Magazine- July 28, 1975 80 complete pages. The Talk of the town - Passions - five lies about the moon - Ghge Geologiost's maid - Profile: Michael Guerard - The race track - Letter from Washington - The sporting scene (golf)
The New Yorker magazine- November 12, 1960 -244 complete pages. Beautiful ads: Georg Jensen, Inc., - Revillon Minks - Vanity Fair - Van Raalte and many, many more - The Talk of the Town 0 Great cartoons - Profile: Sidney Janis - Eugene Ormandy
The New Yorker Magazine - July 21, 1997 - 84 complete pages. Talk of the town: A Yankee from Japan, the dirtiest bite on earth, etc. - Clinton's left hand man - Coming out of Chrysler - In Darwin's wake
The New Yorker Magazine - December 19, 1994 - 118 complete pages. Cover by Carter Goodrich - Porno in the court; virtual stock tips; White christmas history; Matthau mirth, etc. - The hermi of livingstone street - Tennessee Williams loved the outrageous role-playing
The New Yorker Magazine - July 14, 1997 -90 complete pages. Pynchon exposed: Stewart and Mitchum compared, etc. - Kid Dynamite blows up - the lost art of Francis Bacon's model photographer - Cover by Ian Falconer
The New Yorker Magazine - May 19, 1973 - 140 complete pages. Cover by Hanka Karasz - The talk of the town - What, another legend? - Reflections (Artaud) - The current cinema - annals of diplomacy(Salt--111)
The New Yorker magazine = March 10, 1973 - 136 complete pages. Cover by Andre Francois - Family Walls - Profiles(Albert Einstein) The Marts of trade(Exxon) - The current cinema - The race track, cartoons, etc.
The New Yorker Magazine- July 24, 1995 90 complete pages. Cover: dog days by Mark Ulriksen - Lamenting the death of New York Newsday - What Harry Wu left behind - Annals of the South Bronx -Ayn Rand: cult figure - In Stalin's wake
The New Yorker Magazine- November 25, 1996 - 126 complete pages. The real triumph of the 96 Yankees - Wju Shakespeare became this year's Jane Austen - St. Nick's beard: manners, morals and the Texaco mess. An interview with Walter Matthau
Esquire Magazine - July 1985 - 112 complete pages. Cover: JAMAIE LEE CURTIS: Hollywood's steamiest starlet busts out - For Sale:dream houses for the 80s by Young Arthitects with Vision - C.D. B. Bryan on John O'Hara - A stepson's Memoir -Tailoring to the college crowd
Pack - O - Fun Magazine - January 1972 66 complete pages. Harlequin Pinata from Christmas cards (On cover) Maore card ideas for 3everyone - gift wrap, packing foat, catalogs, corrugated cardboard, birthday trims, skill contests, Animal head pillows and much more
House Beautiful's Home Decorating magazine - Winter 1977-78 - 154 complete pages. Spread festivity with miniature Christmas trees . Creating architectural effects without building How stars entertain - One color schemes - problem solvers - decorating rule book - Holiday tables - Heating your home, with warming schemes
The New Yorker magazine - Nov. 7, 1970 184 complete pages. Walking with Charlie - The art World - The theatre off broadway - The raced track - The current cinema - Musical events - Books - The talk of the town
Coronet Magazine - March 1968 = 162 complete pages. Nudity, obscenity, eroticism: the anything goes attitute - Wildest flying saucer story of them all - Do you remember: Major Bowes, Al Capone - Julie Christie on cover have more fun
Esquire Magazine - November 1985 260 complete pages. My Father, My Country: a powerful story of divided loyalty by Rian Malan - The outstanding bars and restaurants of 1985 - A tribute to the great Ella Fitzgerald
Esquire Magazine - May 1986 176 compolete pages. The private genius of Ray Charles - Man at his best - Ivan Lendl - Ultimate fitness: Body power! a guide to muscles, training and the sports that pay off
Esquire Magazine- April 1986 202 complete pages. A gentleman's guide to R & R. 60 pages olf great summer travel - My War with ABC News by Geraldo Rivera - Love at first sight:Esquire and Michelle Pfeiffer
Coronet Magazine - April 1944 - 176 complete pages. Hitler on Trial - America builds a Cathedral - Poorhouse for the rich - Designed for ladies in waiting - Tin Man of the Andes - Puppy love letters 0 Diary of a quiz kid
Decorating Craft Ideas magazine- December 1970 (made easy) =80 complete pages. A necklace of candlelight shimmering throughout the house... Boxes you decoupage nestled under the yule tree - Home becomes Christmas wonderland