New Yorker Cover-May 9, 1988


Each dry mounted, custom framed original New Yorker cover is securely set in a U.S.A.-made frame. All frame backs have been professionally assembled and are ready to hang. Each original, pristine cover is easily removable if new frame is desired. Cost includes shipping and handling anywhere in the United States.




One of the most delightful aspects of perusing through the thick stack of “vintage” New Yorker covers  my mother, poet Wendy Wolff Blumberg saved for me, is to see in such a relatively short time how the world has changed. Witness an evolving world as depicted in old New Yorker covers and the experience likens a visit to a history museum. For example, when was the last time you saw a pay telephone in the U.S.A.?


May 9, 1988