The Daily Telegraph magazine - Shrine For Citizen Hearst cover (19 February 1971)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to some pages/page edges - crease to bottom corner of front cover and a few tiny tears at bottom of front cover - some light age wear at spine - bottom staple is missing (error in printing process)
A SAPONE SUIT: THE 20th CENTURY SMOCK - Some tailors are paid in promises; others are paid in cash. But tailor Michel Sapone is paid in valuable works of art. His clients are famous painters; the walls of his apartment in Nice are hung with his income Two and a quarter pages
SHRINE FOR CITIZEN HEARST - "Every time Willie feels badly, he goes out and buys something," said William Randolph Hearst's mother. He spent 30 years and millions of dollars on San Simeon, the monument to ambition ruthlessly parodied in the film "Citizen Kane". Now the castle is a tourist haunt second only to Disneyland 6 pages
BEYOND THE LOOKING-GLASS - Lewis Carroll wrote thousands of letters, most still unpublished, and many of them to children, his best friends. To read these letters is to revisit Alice's Wonderland Two and a quarter page feature