100th Anniversary Issue
The College Pump
The Readers Write
Boom and Bust: 1919-1936
War and Peace: 1937-1953
Baby Boom to Bust: 1953-1971
Century's End: 1971-1998
Martha's Vineyard. Modern house, 3 bedrooms, all conveniences. Lagoon Pond overlooking Vineyard Haven harbor. $250 per week July, August; less off-season.
New York City. Beautifully furnished upper duplex apartment in architect's Manhattan brownstone on choice tree-lined street in East 80's, near fine schools. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, separate dining room; wood-burning fireplaces; air-conditioned. $950/month.
Provence: Spectacular 3,500 square foot 100 percent renovated home --with four bedrooms, two living rooms, pool. Architectural Digest quality among the vines. $4,000-$5,000 weekly, including maid service.
Nantucket, 'Sconset: Attractive cottage near ocean. 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths, winterized. Recently completely renovated. See "http://www.Softnet-media.com/html/nantucket.html" or call, in California, (800) 507-3322 .
Berlin. Cozy apartment in an historic Altbau, seconds from the Kurfurstendamm. $350/week, $1,300/ month. (615) 662-0412.
Martha's Vineyard, West Tisbury. Lovely, secluded 4-bedroom home. Heated swimming pool, organic gardens, gourmet kitchen, fireplace, Jacuzzi, beach access. Small horse barn with resident Haflingers. Children welcome. June 14 through September 20. Video available. $2,250-$3,000 per week.
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Spacious Federal house, with historical associations, in Peterborough, N.H. Living room, library, dining room, office or study. Five bedrooms, two baths, plus kitchen and utility rooms. Large attic. Six fireplaces (three open). Original mantels and trim. Attached mansard roof barn suitable for studio, etc. Terraced garden, stone walls, large shade trees, about 1 1/2 acres. Location near main road gives income potential for antiques, crafts, etc. $49,500.
Nantucket & Vineyard land: Chilmark, 10 acres, deeded rights to 4,200´ private shorefront, protected environment. $40,000. Financing. Nantucket: 4 acres with 290´ beach frtg. on harbor. Magnificent homesite, $69,500.
Frank Lloyd Wright 1906 Prairie home, 40 miles west of Chicago in Fox River Valley. 4,000 sq. ft. with living, dining, den, roofed porch, 5 bedrooms, 3 fireplaces, maid's quarters. On 3 1/2 acres of lawn, trees, and pond. Home preserved in original state as a work of art by one-owner family. Brochure upon request.
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Wanted: For childless physician and wife. Sperm donor for artificial insemination. Caucasian, light complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, medium build, 5´10 to 6´2, with at least one normal offspring. Compensation available.
Wanted: Ear hearing trumpet.
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...when Atlas shrugs! Reasonable, Cambridge-based (and educated) museum-quality MOVER privately serves alumni and student families and businesses throughout nation. Personable.
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APPEALS TO ALUMNI
Risky, responsible investment: prize-winning poet, also novelist, essayist, children's writer, 34, Harvard magna, trapped by health problems and draining, poorly paid job, desperately needs patron, preferably loan basis repaid by future earnings, manuscripts, etc. Meet, discuss first.
Retired graduate has written a short, three-act old-fashioned medieval tragedy with three characters and two set changes. The play is ingenious in arrangement with much foreshadowing and a gush of inventive dialogue. It is devoid of obscenities. Might there be an alumnus/a interested in publishing or producing?
The Uses of Marijuana. For a book on the many ways people find marijuana helpful (enhancement, therapeutic, recreational, etc.), coauthor William Novak and I would like to hear from potential contributors. For details, please contact Dr. Lester Grinspoon, Harvard Medical School, 74 Fenwood Road, Boston, Mass. 02115 or "GrinspL@warren.med.harvard.edu".
Reprint of "An Oxfordian Reply to Two Harvard Professors" (rebuttal to "Shakespeare as Shakespeare," Harvard Magazine, February 1975) now available free. Shakespeare Oxford Society, 110 Glen Argyle Rd., Baltimore, Md. 21212.
Monostigmatous culturoarchitectonic psychologist requires incorruptible distavial intelligentiary. Reference mandatory.
Scheherazade bargained mortal tales. Enticingly cloaked in eastern veils. And you can play with a modern wench. If proven to be an imaginative mensch. Big Apple bazaars conducive.
Grouchy bureaucrat, unreliable, seeks understanding female, 30-50.
Successful Back Bay writer-artist wants to hold your hand, share, parent; early 40s but Saturday Night Live. You've great sense of humor, wanna make this work.
Boston Woman, intelligent, sometimes beautiful, late forties, tall, reluctantly independent, whose affinity for times past, things English, making music, and gardens is balanced by midwestern common sense and interest in current affairs, human nature, cooking, and talk, seeks kind, gentlemanly, moral, unattached companion for Forster's elusive "connection," (Dr. Johnson's "the triumph of hope over experience"). Letter please.
Palm Beach Family Therapist, Addictionologist, Episcopal Priest, CEO, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Bryn Mawr, Mensan, Romantic, 55, widower. Likes: Baroque music, McPhee, Updike, arts, sciences, aikido. Seeks therapized, sexy, intellectual, achieving soul mate, peaceable warrior.
New Age intellectual seeks female counterpart 30-40 for lasting relationship or torrid affair.
Tall, blonde artist, mid-30s female, literally hit by lightning, now truly philosophical, seeks compatible male friend.
Stunning, leggy, PBK Ph.D, 5'7", classical music lover/player, Jewish Prom Queen seeks super bright, emotionally secure man, 40-52 for serious relationship.
Two handsome, Chinese (English-speaking) Ph.D. candidates, Beijing University, China, ages 24 and 26, want to marry college-educated American women, ages 20-30.
Gay Harvard student, 21, male, disgusted by the effeminacy and vulgarity predominant among gays, is looking for someone in similar situation.
Follow me through arbors that might lead to ardors. Outdoors and opera, Nabokov and Ngaio are but some of the interests of this attractive woman physician. Consider my preference for a man of 38-48 in NY-Philadelphia corridor to be encompassing rather than exclusive. Who knows which chance encounter will reveal that recondita armonia?
Happily childless woman, 41 (looks 34), leucomelanous, gamine, seeks to have friendship combust with monogamous single male, 40-55, living in Boston. I don't do TV, camping, or suburbs; do Flaubert, Maugham, Fairport/Tull, old houses, Olde Reekie.
Boston Area, Divorced Jewish Male. Grotesque, ugly, dull, a philanderer--and those are my good points. If you don't believe the above, write me. I'm 63, truly lovable, creative, and fun. Harvard alum.
Newly adorable, smart, independent, witty, left of central, dog-loving female seeks male nonsmoker, 45-60, counterpart with pirate's heart, swan's loyalty, and clearly, Job's patience, who doesn't run with scissors. Photo of pet OK.
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