Weekend Telegraph magazine (6 May 1966) Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
BRIDGELSS MEKONG - Artery through the heart o four 'dominoes'
James Pickerell travelled 1,500 miles along the Lower Mekong to tell the story of the river that has never been spanned by a bridge
THE SLUMLESS CITY - Many British towns still have slums - old tenements overcrowded with poor families. New Haven (Connecticut) had them too. How this city has used government grants and America's greatest architects to banish slums could be a lesson to our town-planners
Three and a half page feature
COUNTRY INNS - Hammond Innes tells of four historic inns where he has spent memorable days
4 page feature
ROBERT STEPHENS - One and a half page feature
FASHION - "Cotton beside the Gulf stream"
5 page fashion photo shoot (photographed in Cornwall)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Austin 1100
- Rover 2000
- Terylene ['Terylene: Mainstream Of Fashion']
- Hotpoint Automatic
- Polaroid Land camera