Old stomping grounds – Former offices disappear, but fond memories remain

Old stomping grounds - Former offices disappear, but fond memories remain - Bangkok Post, August 6, 2006
Sixty years ago, on Aug 1, 1946, 25 staff members produced the first 500 copies of the Bangkok Post in a two-storey house on Krung Kasem road, a business area in those days.
The paper has lasted long enough to see its 60th anniversary celebration last Tuesday, but its original office at 934 Krung Kasem road has not.
The house originally belonged to Phraya Supakornbannasarn, a high-ranking official during the reign of King Rama VI, and was sold to the state after the Post moved out in 1956, said 64-year-old Sumana Vasutarn, a relative of the original owner...

And an item from the Bangkok Post front page, August 6, 1946
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