Weekend Telegraph magazine - Journey To Mount Sangay cover (23 September 1966)
Weekend Telegraph magazine - Journey To Mount Sangay cover (23 September 1966) Fair to good condition for age - some damage to page edges - some yellowing to page edges - slight damage to top corner of pages
Front cover photo of Jorge Larrea and Sebastian Snow crossing a flooded river on the journey to Mount Sangay
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY- Five and a half pages
IT'S NICE TO BE KNEADED - 1 page feature on health hydros
INTO THE MOUTH OF AN ERUPTING VOLCANO - The story from the very mouth of Mount Sangay, the world's most active and inaccessible volcano, an expedition by Sebastian Snow and Christian Bonington
WEAVING A WORK OF MODERN ART - Feature on Chichester Cathedral's new tapestry
One and a half pages
MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI - "The man who painted Woolwich black"
1 page feature
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Terylene ['Terylene': Twills And Spills]
- After Eight ['I've just pinched this dish of After Eight from the best man...']
- Corsair 4
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