The Daily Telegraph magazine - Mrs Tiggy-Winkle cover (2 April 1971)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Mrs Tiggy-Winkle cover (2 April 1971) Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - AGE WEAR TO EDGES OF COVER - stress tears around staples
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE - Anthony Mockler traces the development of a battle royal between the French Ministry of the Interior and philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. At the heart of it, a Maoist paper La Cause du Peuple 2 pages
THE LAKELAND RESIDENTS COME TO LIFE - For 70 years Beatrix Potter's Tales have been part of childhood all over the world. Now they have come to the screen, as a ballet. 4 page feature
THE JOCKEY CLUB - For 200 years the Jockey Club, without any legal status, has been racing's supreme overlord. Its disciplines ensure honesty; its past is remembered for colourful characters and scandals. Last year the Club was officially recognised by Royal Charter. But how did it all begin? Who are the Club members today? Four and a half pages
FASHION - Fashion from chain stores 3 page photos (includes clothes from C&A, Littlewoods, Dorothy Perkins, Etam, Marks & Spencer) (photos by David Bailey)
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