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April 6,1935 The New Yorker Magazine: John O'Hara - Profiles: Elizabeth Arden - The Theatre:Clifford Odets - Skyrockets - Maddy Vegtel - London Letter - Hockey:New York Rangers - Hannah Lees - That Was New York:The Great Chowder Murder
Complete April 6,1935 issue of The New Yorker magazine. In this issue I COULD HAVE HAD A YACHT by John O'Hara, THOSE WERE CONSUMERS by Richard Lockridge, PROFILES:Glamour,Inc (Elizabeth Arden) by Margaret Case Harriman, THE THEATRE with a review of Clifford Odets "Waiting for Lefty" and "Till the Day I Die" by Wolcott Gibbs, A REPORTER AT LARGE:Skyrockets by Morris Markey, YOU ARE GIVING A PARTY? by Maddy Vegtel, LONDON LETTER by Samuel Jeake,Jr., HOCKEY:The Rangers in Canada, A FALSE NOTE by Hannah Lees, THAT WAS NEW YORK: The Great Chowder Murder by Edmund Pearson, plus lots more. See my photographs (4) of this magazine on main listing page. Bookseller since 1995 (LL-Base2-E-topshelf-down-R) rareviewbooks
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