The Sunday Times magazine - Canada, A Question Of Survival cover (20 November 1966)
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The Sunday Times magazine - Canada, A Question Of Survival cover (20 November 1966) Fair condition - cover is worn and there is creasing/bending to spine - yellowing to pages throughout and foxing to some pages - middle page is loose in magazine and there is a tear at the bottom of the page
Cover photo of a Canadian girl, one of 400 Eskimos living on the edge of the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk in the Northwest Territories.
CAN CANADA SURVIVE? - Robert Freson and George Perry went to Canada and travelled 15,000 miles across the big country. In this issue is their report.
FASHION - "A shaggy story"
2 page fashion photos (furs)
OXFORD 1922: THE AGE OF CONNOLLY AND BETJEMAN
The first of two extracts from Sir Maurice Bowra's autobiography 'Memories 1898-1939'
THE SMALL AD PEOPLE - Everybody reads small ads. But who writes them? Pauline Peters found the authors of six ads to discover what lay behind the brief, printed appeal. (Photos by David Montgomery)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Olivetti Lettera DL
- Rolls-Royce Princess R
- Triumph 2000
- Terylene ('Terylene, a winner at dinner')
- Tabac Original
- Frigidaire Jetamatic
- Colibri lighters
- Frank Cooper marmalade/relishes
- Philadelphia cream cheese spread ('Desserts love Philadelphia')