July 1960
New Yorker;7/16/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p25
The article presents a piece of conversation overheard between two persons riding in a building elevator in Tudor City, Washington D.C. One of the elevator passengers was overheard commenting about how a woman must have been upset, which was evident when the women threw her bathing suit down the incinerator.


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