Original Vintage Newspaper
This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, maps, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
King Hassan of Morocco and President Ben Bella of Algeria Shake Hands in Bamako the Capital of Mali - with Emperor Haile Selassie and President Modibo Keita of Mali - and others; full front page photograph.
Dr Jagan at the Trafalgar Square Rally.
Mr John F. Kennedy at His Press Conference.
Lady Violet Bonham Carter Speks at a Mass Anti Apartheid Rally in Trafalgar Square - with Mrs Castle MP - Mr Humphrey Berkeley MP
The Army Take Over In Saigon - troops in the streets
Major General Duong Van Minh.
Sir Alec Douglas Home Uses a Farm Wagon as a Campaign Platform in the Village of Dunning.
Sir John Fletcher Cooke Conservative Candidate With His Wife - Talking to A Garage Mechanic at Luton.
Sir Wavell Wakefield MP for St Marylebone.
Tallest Dam in Asia: - Mr Nehru Indian Prime Minister Addresses a Vast Audience as He Declared the Bhakra Dam in The Punjab Complete.
Mobile Music in Japan - A Japanese Air Force Band Mounted in Jeeps.
A Negro Minister The Rev Avery Alexander is Dragged towards a Police Van After Leading a Sit In in New Orleans.
British Aid to Skopje Yugoslavia After The Earthquake.
Mister Delegjunain Balzhinnyam The First Mongolian Ambassador to Britain.
The Duchess of Gloucester Speaks at the Silver Jubilee Conference of the Nation Federation of Business and Professional Womens Clubs.
Cotonu The Capital of Dahomey in West Africa - A Crowd Listens to a Speech by Colonel Soglo Chief of Staff.
Disasters and Rescues
Rescue at The Mine at Lengede in West Germany - A Relative Talks Down a Speaking Tube to One of the Trapped Men - a little boy looks on with others
A General View of the Rescue Operations at the Lengede Mine in W. Germany.
Lengede - Before Going Down The Rescue Cylinder is Tried for Size.
Food in a Container is Dropped in the Life Line Tube.
After the Rescue - Paul Syska Who Went Down to Help the Trapped Men - Gerard Hanusch - Fritz Leder - Emil Polay.
Scene of Devastation at Finale of Holiday on Ice at The State Fairground Coliseum in Indianapolis After An Explosion.
The Queen Mother Opens the Northern Ireland parliament in Belfast - With Lord Wakehurst and Sir Norman Stringe.
A Pattrn of Policemen - Mountain Police March Through Rome in Formation - with Their Skis - full page photogrpah
Sir Edward Boyle Minister For Education Opening Dame Alice Opens the Rebuilt School in Islington - talking with a lady
The Last Train on the Line to Horsted Keynes Via Haywards Heath Prepares to Pull OUt of Brighton - After Being Closed Under the Beeching Plan - vintage coaches and crowds
Earl Jellicoe Inspecting the Swimming Pool Used by the Boys Trainin gSchool at HMS Vincent at Gosport - with others and three of the boys in the pool
The Lord Mayor of London Sir Ralph Perring Presents a Cheque, a Donation from Switzerland to the Seretary of the Shaftesbury Homes Mr F. A. Thorpe - With M.Armin Daeniker the Swiss Ambassador.
Cannon Street Station Workemen Erecting Temporary Roofing During its Rebuild.
Eight scenes from the film "The Victors" starring Romy Schneider - Maurice Ronet - George Hamilton - Vince Edwards - Jim Mitchum ( son of Robert ) - George Peppard - Melina Mercouri - Senta Berger - Vincent Edwards - Rosanna Schiaffino - Jeanne Moreau - Eli Wallach
Mr George Drew PC QC High Commissioner for Canada.
Mr George Drew with His Wife Outside the Sir John Macdonald Building in London.
Mr George Drew Square Dancing with His Wife in Ottawa.
Multi Racial Bloood Donors - At A Nairobi Blood Bank.
At Australia House - Three English Teachers Going to Australia for the Exchange of Commonwealth Teachers Scheme - Miss M. M. Duffin from Hampshire - Miss J. A. Pitts from Middx - Sir Allen Brown High Commissioner - Miss J. Carr of Cumberland - Lady Brown.
At New Zealand House - Exchange Teachers for New Zealand - Miss R. M. Higginbotham of Cheshire - Sir Thomas Macdonald The NZ High Commissioner - Miss M. C. McL. Anderson of Glasgow - Miss P. H. Ainsworth of N. Ireland - Miss E. M. Melvile of Derby.
Unit of the Indonesian Army Parade in Jakarta.
Dr Subandrio The Foreign Minister of Indonesia Give a Press Conference at th Airport of Jakarta.
The Statue of Welcome in Jakarta.
A Marine Stands by aTree Guarding a Street Where the President of Indonesia is to Drive
General Nasution the Minister of Defence with His Daughter in Their Home .
Presidents Plane accompanied by Fighters.
A Review of Women Members of His Fighting Forces by President Sukarno.
Rice Being Gathered by Indonesians.
Weighting The Rice. sleekburnc.
A Family Living In Poor Conditions - Opposite the Imposing New Building in Jakarta.
The Deckchair Terrace at the Imprial Hotel in Torquay.
York Minster Seen fro the City Walls.
Chester - The Rows in Watergate street.
The White Hart Royal hotel in Moreton in Marsh.
the Main Street of Alresford in Hampshire.
The Seafront at Sidmouth in Devon.
Exhibition of Watercolours and Drawings by Geoffrey Fletcher - A Recorder of London
Lou's - A Shop in Islington.
St Michael in Cornhill.
An Old Shop in Eastcheap.
Buildings on Duck Island in the Lake in St James's Park.
Demolition of the Coal Exchange in the City of London.
Dame Sybil Thorndike and Her Husband Sir Lewis Casson Celebrate Their Birthdays at The Kings Theatre in Southsea - two photographs.
Francis Benedict Willmott the Chairman and Managing Director of the Francis B. Willmott Group - near full page photograph by Tom Hustler.
Installing BICC Panalec Road Surface Heating Cables at the New West London Air Terminal.
Tinsley park Steel Works near Sheffield.
Charging of The Electric Arc Furnace - A Charging Basket in Position ....
A Hundred Ton Electric Arc Furnace .... view from above.
The Control Room of the DHH Degassing Unit ...'
A Sample of Alloy Steel being Drawn Off ...
A View of the DHH Vacuum De-Gassing Plant ...
An Aerial View of the Tinsley Works Extending Over 200 Acres.
View of the 42inch Wide Blooming Mill.
Workman Handles a Red Hot Steel Billet a the Bar Mill ...
Closed Circuit Television for Passing Miel Rolling and Sawing Instructions ...
The Stock Exchange London - Pensions and Investments. full page advert showing a policeman.
The First TSR-2 Refolutionary Bomber in Production for the Royal Air Force at Weybridge Surrey.
A Wooden Mock Up of Concorde at The BAC Works at Filton Bristol.
In New York Three Senior Officials of the Boeing Company Examine Models of Supersonic Transport of the Future . c.keenlyside.
The Hawker Siddeley Trident Surrounded by Spectators at Hatfield Airfield.
Courtenay Edwards DIscusses the Turbocar with reive Mister Willard of Chrysler Motors Ltd. - photograph of the two men and the Chrysler Turbo Car.
High and Dry Booths Gin - a full page colour advert showing twenty four diamond etc designs of jewellery.
South African Airways - advert.
Remy Martin Cognac - advert.
Industrial Fuels Superintendents of Shell Mex and MP Ltd - full page advert showing ten men about to have their photograph taken.
This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc. but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:
News Summary - Greece - Africa - British Guiana.
Disasters and Rescues. sleekburnc.
Eire and Ulster - by John Connell.
A London Newsletter 13-15 John Adam Street London WC2.
The Voice of the Commonwealth - column by Charles Dimon.
In Defence of Starlings by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald - with a pic. of a flock of starlings taking flight.
Weekending in Winter by Sylvie Nickels.
Book reviews by Richard Edmonds - Vernon Fane.
Good Living By Ganymede.
Turbocar Driving - Motoring column by Courtenay Edwards.
This is an original USED newspaper not a scan and not a later re-print.
A publication similar to The Illustrated London News, The Sphere was a weekly illustrated newspape founded in 1900 by Clement King Shorter. Originally published by The Sphere and Tatler Ltd., Great New St. London EC., and later by Illustrated Newspapers Ltd. Ingram House, John Adam St. London WC2. If there is a particular date you require regarding this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.
Approx 21 pages (42sides). It measures 350 x 258 mm (13.75 x 10 inches). It retains the outer advertising cover. There are binding witness marks to the spine. The back page is missing and the front advertising page is loose/detached.Some of the pages may be loose, and have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The photographs vary in size. The images are in black and white unless otherwise stated. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are no other pages missing, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The process of the page numbering in The Graphic issues carry on from the previous issue therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube. IMPORTANT: If you choose International Economy (surface) postage from the UK, Royal Mail aim to deliver within two weeks to Western Europe, four weeks to Eastern Europe, and eight weeks outside Europe and ROW; please be aware these times are NOT guaranteed and are approx.
The descriptive text in my listing, details the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. Please be aware there maybe typo/ spelling errors etc. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.
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