The New York Times Magazine, November [Nov.] 12, 1975: Pablo Picasso / The Treasure of the Atocha

Features: Fantastic aerial photo of an offshore drilling platform; American Fur Industry one-page color-photo ad features three beauties in long coats, each eating submarine sandwiches; Drilling for Oil in the North Sea - Britain's race to save itself from economic and social upheaval; Andre Malraux interviews Pablo Picasso; Keep Open Admissions Open - For Five Years, the City University has offered an education to all high-school graduates; Can a Woman Be Liberated and Married? - by Caryl Rivers; The High Price of Treasure - The Treasure of the Atocha, which sunk off the Florida Keys in 1622; Half-page color-photo ad for the Elbow Beach Surf Club in Bermuda; Nice color-photo centerfold ad for Christenfeld fashions features lady in tan pant suit with studly gent; Boot Fashions; The Shaker Way of Design; One-page ad for Depilatron hair removal for ladies. 104 pages. Generously illustrated with black and white photos and fantastic color-photo ads. School stamp on front cover and page 23, otherwise clean and unmarked with average wear. A sound vintage copy of this excellent issue.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, November [Nov.] 12, 1975: Pablo Picasso / The Treasure of the Atocha

Author: Baker, Russell; Yergin, Daniel; Malraux, Andre; Harrington, Michael; Rivers, Caryl; Daley, Robert; Sprigg, June; Watson, John H. M.D.; Et al

Illustrator: Skrebneski

Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues, Women's Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times Company: 1975

Binding: Single Issue Magazine

Condition: Good

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 143h5326

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