The New York Times Magazine, January (Jan.) 17, 1971 - Cover Photo of Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Horne

By: Miller, Merle; Rubinstein, Amnon; Mayer, Martin; Hendin, Herbert; et al

Price: $250.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good

80 pages. Features: Color cover photo of prima donnas Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Horne; Interesting Pitney Bowes ad entitled "Who Killed the Cash Register" shows their futuristis Spice device with LED lights; Beautiful color fashion ads; What it Means to be a Homosexual; A Plan for the Sinai - 'Something less than peace in return for something less than total withdrawal'; Marilyn Horne Becomes a Prima Donna; A Psychoanalyst Looks at Student Revolutionaries; Strange two-page color-photo Jack Winter 'crotch' photo of lady wearing purple patterned pants; 'Blackglama' ad by Chester Weinberg Furs; Very colorful Dalani ad; Save the Children Federation ad features photo of young Glen Conway; Great denim fashion photos; G. Altman & Co. satin sheet ad features model in blue sheets; Dannon Yogurt ad features butterfly in grassy scene; Attractive PBM ad features 'Italian Dressing American Style'; Average wear. Light pencil markings to front cover. A sound copy of this vintage issue.