The Sunday Times magazine - The Criminal Core cover (6 October 1963)
The Sunday Times magazine - The Criminal Core cover (6 October 1963) Fair condition - there is yellowing/foxing to edges of front cover (and this affects some pages throughout) - staples are rusty due to age
AN HONEST CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO THE CRIMINAL CLASSES - (By Colin MacInnes)
Colin MacInnes here explains what life is like on the wrong side of the Law
WALTER C. BAKER - "The Great Private Collections"
In the 1920s, a New York businessman bought some small pieces of glass. From these beginnings grew one of the great collections. The third in our series, described by Jacob Bean (of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
REMNANTS OF THE RAJ - Since India became a Republic in 1947, the great Indian Princes have lost much of their power. But they are still enormously rich and still live with splendid panache. Slowly, however, the preserved magnificence we illustrate here is being eroded away - difficult to justify in a country where millions live on a few pence a day. The pictures (by Marilyn Silverstone, an American photographer) who has been living and working in India recently, includes some of the first ever taken at these ceremonies
A MACHINE FOR THINKING IN - "Design For Living" feature (by Margaret Casson)
This week: offices
Two and a half pages
OUR SHOP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE. WE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN SOON
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