THE PEARL OF DAYS, An Intimate Memoir of The Sunday Times 1822 - 1972

By: Harold Hobson, Phillip

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THE PEARL OF DAYS, An Intimate Memoir of The Sunday Times 1822 - 1972 by Harold Hobson, Phillip Knightley and Leonard Russell
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Hamish Hamilton Ltd, London - first edition, 1972. hardcover, 6¼" x 9¾", with dust jacket. Our copy has water stain to fore-edges - not effecting text or legibility - excepting bottom of final nine pages where index is slightly encroached. GOOD SIGNED book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. This copy SIGNED by DENIS HAMILTON (Editor, 1961-66) on verso of ffep: "Hands across the Oceans! Best Wishes, Denis Hamilton, Printing House Square, London, May 23, 1973"- portrait of Hamilton by Lord Snowden on page 375. Published to celebrate The Sunday Times 150th anniversary and written by three distinguished staff writers, this book is an unusually revealing and readable profile of an outstanding newspaper.

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