The Daily Telegraph magazine - Celia Hammond cover (22 November 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Celia Hammond cover (22 November 1968) Fair to good condition for age - there is age wear and creasing to front cover - tiny piece of paper missing at top of front cover - age wear and yellowing/foxing to some pages throughout - there is an address written in pencil at the bottom of the rear cover - there are some small tears to edge of front cover
Cover photo: Model Celia Hammond photographed with her mother
STALIN'S WAYWARD CHILDREN - Paul Neuburg describes how the youth of Eastern Europe are facing their regimes with a subtle but dangerous challenge
THERE ARE TEN MORE DRIVING DAYS TO SYDNEY - Over 100 cars set out on Sunday. First stop: the Khyber Pass, last stop: Sydney. Object: getting there first and collecting £10,000.
Two and a half page rally feature
MODEL DAUGHTERS - Today's swinging model can early up to £12,000 a year - and her mother is delighted!
Six and a half page feature
Includes full page photo of each model with her mother:
- Paulene Stone and Mrs Sylvia Stone
- Sandra Paul and Mrs Rosalie Paul
- Sarah Stuart and Mrs Croker Poole
- Celia Hammond and Mrs Hammond
- Hylette Adolphe and Mrs Terese Adolphe
BLUE NILE GIVES UP ITS SECRETS - The second (and final) chapter of the first conquest of the upper reaches of the Blue Nile (by Christian Bonington)
DREAM HOUSES BECOME REALITY - First of a two-part feature on the best of modern building design
Four and a half page feature
I DON'T REALLY CARE - A short story by Eugenie Hill
One and a half pages