The Sunday Times magazine - Harlem, Where The Dreaming Had to Stop cover (21 April 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - Harlem, Where The Dreaming Had to Stop cover (21 April 1968) Fair to good condition for age - magazine has been read - there is yellowing and lots of foxing to front cover (especially spine) - yellowing and foxing to some pages throughout
"THE NEWS AT THE END O THE WORLD"
Profile of the Stornoway Gazette newspaper on the Outer Hebridean Isle of Lewis. (Photos by Colin Jones)
"IT'S HARD TO KEEP COOL ON 100TH STREET"
14 page black/white photos (photos by Bruce Davidson). Shots taken in New York's ghetto of East Harlem
"A BEEHIVE CALLED TECH" - Feature on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
NEW ART - ART NOUVEAU - 1 page photo feature
(includes two pictures from the collection by Gustav Klimt)
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Martini ('To an absent friend')
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