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New Yorker October 25th, 1993
From The Top - 'watermelon Man.' Let's Sock
Have You Given Much Thought To What Kind Of Job
Recipes From The Revised Senior Citizen Cookbook
With First Novels I Tend To Favor This Approach
By Jupiter, An Angel! Or, If Not, An Earthly
I've Got A Good Feeling This Time
Find The Senior Administration Official
One Senior And One Refuses To Accept He's
Young Woman To Older Man
I'm Certain I'd Remember If I'd Done It
A Shadow Of Its Former Self
New Yorker March 27th, 2006
Not Your Grandmas Rock Band
Two Stones Tickets
It's A Very Senior Moment - He's Dead
Two, Please - One Senior And One Tootsie
A Vacationing Couple Stands On A Beach
An Elderly Woman And A Zombie Go To Buy Tickets
Are You Going To Trust Your Father's Selective
Remind Me To Take These Off When I Go
I Can't Remember What We're Arguing
New Yorker July 21st, 2008
New Yorker May 21st, 2007
New Yorker May 17th, 1982
Did You All Know That Mr. Flowers Is A Poet?
Senior Vice-president Buffington Reporting
Hello. This Is Dial-a-grump. What The Hell
As The Days Dwindle Down To A Precious Few
I Can Read Your Future
Crumpacker, You've Come A Long, Long Way. Perhaps
As Jerry Brown Says
This Is Shangri-la
Ah, Fergie And Di!
Let Me See If I Have It Correctly
Five Years Old! Is That All?
Mama, Come Up Here And Say Hello
Ask Him To Repeat
Jr., Whitney Darrow
The Senior Prom
New Yorker July 3rd, 1954
I'm Not Listening To Any Radio Program. I'm
Of Course, By Now She'd Be Around A Hundred
Old Man Connelly Has Been Having Considerable
You're A Very Intelligent Little Woman
It Isn't Enough To Feel Sixty-?ve
All Right, So You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover!
New Yorker December 16th, 1939
New Yorker October 3rd, 1942
New Yorker December 20th, 1941
You Know What I Miss Most Being Away
Agnes Called To Say That Dear Old Mrs. Pulsifer
New Yorker February 24th, 1940
Why George Carter! What Keeps You In Town?
One At A Time
New Yorker February 10th, 1940
Oh, Don't Be Such A Pill, Father - Say 'hello'
Matinees, I Suppose You'd Better Say 'witches.'
Never Mind. It Wasn't Important
Whitney Darrow, Jr.
This Is Our Senior-executives' Model. Note
How Does That Thing Work?
What He Needs Is A Change Of Scene. Why Don't
Jim Milligan Senior Or Junior?
Descendants Of Elijah Snodgrass
New Yorker November 29th, 1941
New Yorker August 26th, 1944
Er - How Long Will It Take?
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