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The New Yorker - Saturday, August 2, 1958 - Issue # 1746 - Vol. 34 - N° 24 - Cover by : Arthur Getz

Peter was glad to be standing at the railway breathing in the thick offgases of the morning train. It disguised the smell of sulferous eggs. Or wait, was that small, possibly, coming from the tall women just over his right shoulder?

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The New Yorker Cover - November 22, 1958 Poster Print by Arthur Getz at the Condé Nast Collection