Tag Archives: Art Buchwald

March 25, 1958

Above, a Navy officer is welcomed home by his family after a Westpac cruise. Below, Jack Smith visits Pershing Square and his column shows that it hasn’t changed much from today–except for the landscaping. Art Buchwald writes about the Amazing … Continue reading

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Art Buchwald

Dec. 18, 1957 It’s hard to believe a column by the late Art Buchwald ever made anyone angry. In fact, it’s hard to imagine that he ever accelerated anybody’s pulse even modestly. But he hit a nerve in the Eisenhower … Continue reading

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In Rome, II

July 1, 1957Los Angeles The late Art Buchwald, continued.

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In Rome

June 26, 1957 Los Angeles The late Art Buchwald always struck me as one of the least amusing humor columnists America has ever produced. But as this piece shows, he was a pretty fair writer when he wasn’t trying to … Continue reading

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