Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 2 October 2 1964 Motor Racing Volcano Huddersfield
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Weekend Telegraph Magazine No 2 October 2 1964 Motor Racing Volcano HuddersfieldWeekend Telegraph No. 2
The economics of being world champion: A world class motor racing driver can earn up to 50,000 a year but the profit comes less from the title than from the other opportunities it brings. 3 page article
Blowing their own trumpets: How much longer can London's orchestras afford to go on working on a semi-private unco-ordinated basis? 1.5 page article.
Inside Britain 1964: Britain on the eve of a general election after 13 years of Conservative rule. 11 pages.
Volcano: For a year and a half Costa Rica has been living in the shadow of a volcano which covers half the capital and 2000 square miles with a pall of dust - 5 page article.
Huddersfield discovered: First of a new series in which John Betjeman examines the splendors and miseries of British architecture - 6 page article
Strictly for Birdman: The Avro triplane, The Oozley Bird, Eardley Billings and the Demoiselle planes photographed with fashion models - 2 pages.
The Weekend Telegraph magazine was first published on the 25th September 1964 as a weekend supplement to the Sunday Telegraph newspaper and later became the Sunday Telegraph magazine. We have lots of old Weekend Telegraph magazine back issues in stock. We also stock vintage Sunday Telegraph magazines.
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