The Sunday Times magazine - Black Is Beautiful cover (9 March 1969)
1 in stock.
Poor to fair condition - front cover has become completely loose from rest of magazine - lots of age wear/creasing and tearing (around staples) to front cover - light foxing to some pages throughout
"STICK IT ON THE WALL" - That's what seven people have been doing in an attempt to bright up an empty wall or fill a boring gap 4 page 'design for living' feature
PAT ARROWSMITH - "Rebel with a cause" A profile (by Irma Kurtz) of the first inmate of a British prison to be adopted as a Prisoner of Conscience by Amnesty Three and a half page feature
"WHY BLACK HAS BECOME BEAUTIFUL" - Pictures and story by Eve Arnold 5 pages
THE COLOSSAL NIGHTINGALE - A profile (by Philip Norman) of Hector Berlioz 4 pages
THE BIGGEST TIGHTROPE ACT IN THE WORLD The busiest rail network (the commuter lines of the Southern Region) has become a bitter cause of complaint for the commuters who travel on it daily. We look at the Southern and analyse just what went wrong 4 page feature