The Daily Telegraph magazine - Manhattan cover (14 June 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Manhattan cover (14 June 1968) Good condition for age - there is some light age wear to cover and to spine - light age wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in pen at the top of the rear cover
RED TAPE - No. 1 ROAD KILLER? - Last year, 20 people died in road accidents every day. Many victims of officialdom's unimaginative approach to road safety. Courtenay Edwards outlines some of the desperately needed remedies
Two and a half page feature
DOES ANYONE LOVE NEW YORK? - "Not I", says James Cameron. But to millions more, this seething rock is the lodestone of the world
Four and a half page feature
WHERE NEW YORKERS LIVE - We meet some of the people who live in New York - and one family who escaped
Three and a half page feature
WHERE THE ACTION IS.. AND THE ACTORS - Two page guide to New York
"MAFIA CITY" - Two and a half page New York feature
THE WAY WEST - A 1st class return air fare to New York is £296. A luxury sea passage can cost £1,287 (one way). But the round trip can be made for as little as £60
1 page feature
THE JUNGLE TAMERS - A chat about the New York 'architectural jungle'
(Features: Gordon Bunshaft; Marcel Breuer; Victor Lundy; Philip Johnson; I. M. Pei)