Two Chances To See Getz’s New Yorker Covers

‘Summer Camp’ By Arthur Getz Photo submitted

The New Yorker commands a unique place among American magazines. Since the 1940s it has transformed itself many times, from a publication covering New York City into one with a national cultural reach, then one adding long-form journalism with over a hundred creative nonfiction pieces by John McPhee, now one including meticulously researched investigative journalism. But one feature of the magazine has remained the same: the imaginative covers.

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