Press: Times's Change

In England, St. Paul's Cathedral and the Bank of England are no more fixed institutions than the London Times. But last week the Times moved. Funereal Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain punched a shiny newspaper press button, formally opened a spick & span Times printing annex which precedes the re-placement of the whole group of grim historic buildings around dingy Printing House Square, a block from the sluggish Thames in "the City."

Fearful lest it should leave behind in its dilapidated quarters some of its impeccable character, the Times pondered long before moving,...

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