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MASSACHUSETTS SPY, 1776.
Front page of the 17 July 1776 issue of 'The Massachusetts Spy, or American Oracle of Liberty,' published at Worcester, Massachusetts.
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NEW YORK TIMES, 1929.
'Byrd Safely Flies to South Pole and Back...' Front page of The New York Times, 30 November 1929.
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VIRGINIA GAZETTE, 1775.
Front page of the Virginia Gazette, 10 November 1775, with the slogan 'Always for Liberty and the Publick Good.'
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TITANIC HEADLINE, 1912.
Front page of the San Francisco Chronicle, 16 April 1912, reporting on the sinking the previous day of the White Star liner 'Titanic,' following its collision with an iceberg in the North Atlantic.
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DREYFUS AFFAIR, 1895.
Front page of 'Le Petit Journal,' 13 January 1895, with an illustration which depicts the dishonorable discharge of Alfred Dreyfus. An officer is breaking his sword and all signs of rank have been removed from his uniform. Full credit: KPA - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FRANZ FERDINAND (1863-1914).
Archduke of Austria-Este, Austro-Hungary and Royal Prince of Hungary and Bohemia. Front page of the ‘Berliner Morgenpost’ after Ferdinand's assassination in Sarajevo. Newspaper, 29.06.1914.
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VIRGINIA GAZETTE, 1774.
Front page of the Virginia Gazette, 10 March 1774, with the slogan 'Open to All Parties, but Influence by None.'
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VIRGINIA GAZETTE, 1776.
Front page of the Virginia Gazette, 26 July 1776, with the slogan 'Always for Liberty and the Publick Good.'
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SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.
'Peary Reaches Pole One Year After Cook.' Front page of the San Francisco Chronicle, 7 September 1909.
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VIRGINIA GAZETTE, 1755.
Front page of the Virginia Gazette, 5 September 1755, with the slogan 'With the Freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestic.'
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WORLD WAR II: PEARL HARBOR.
The front page of The Cleveland Press, 8 December 1941, announcing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and President Franklin Roosevelt asking for a declaration of war against Japan.
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GERMAN SURRENDER, 1945.
Front page of the French communist newspaper 'L'Humanité,' 8 May 1945, announcing the unconditional surrender of Hitler's Germany in World War II.
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KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, 1963.
Front page of the New York Herald Times, 25 November 1963, the funeral of Kennedy and the assassination of suspect Lee Harvey Oswald.
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INDIAN INDEPENDENCE, 1947.
Front page of the New York Times, 15 August 1947, reporting on the end of British colonial rule in India with the establishment of India and Pakistan as separate independent states.
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LEE'S SURRENDER, 1865.
Front page of the New York Times, 10 April 1865, reporting on the previous day's surrender of Confederate General Robert E. Lee to Union General Ulysses S. Grant, at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia.
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LOS ANGELES TIMES, 1909.
''I Have the Old Pole,' Wires Peary.' Front page of the Los Angeles Times, 7 September 1909.
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VIRGINIA GAZETTE, 1776.
Front page of the Virginia Gazette, 5 July 1776, with the slogan 'Always for Liberty and the Publick Good.'
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TITANIC HEADLINE, 1912.
Front page of The Daily Mirror, 16 April 1912, reporting on the sinking the previous day of the White Star liner 'Titanic,' following its collision with an iceberg in the North Atlantic.
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SCOPES TRIAL, 1925.
Front page of the Des Moines Register, 21 July 1925, reporting on defense lawyer Clarence Darrow's interrogation of William Jennings Bryan during the Scopes 'monkey' trial in Dayton, Tennessee, a case prompted by a state law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools.
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USA TODAY, 1982.
Front page of the first issue of 'USA Today,' 15 September 1982, featuring a report on the death the previous day of Princess Grace of Monaco.
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PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE, 1729.
The second edition of the Pennsylvania Gazette, 'containing the freshest advices foreign and domestick,' 1729, published by Benjamin Franklin at Philadelphia.
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CAMBRIDGE BIBLE, 1763.
Front page of John Baskerville's Bible, Cambridge Press, England, 1763.
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SCOPES TRIAL, 1925.
Front page of the New York Times, 22 July 1925, reporting (upper right) on the conclusion of the Scopes 'monkey' trial in Dayton, Tennessee, in which high school biology teacher John Scopes was found guilty of violating a state law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools.
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ELK HUNTING, 1875.
'Elk-Hunting in the Bad Lands of the Upper Missouri.' Engraving from the front page of Harper's Weekly, 27 November 1875.
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LITERATURE.
Title page of the score for Orpheus and Eurydice, 1762, by Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787), performed at the Royal Academy of Music in Paris, August 2, 1774. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Giordano Bruno (1548-1600), Frontispiece of 'Il Candelaio' (The Torchbearer). Paris edition, 1582. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 2016. Front page of the the New York Times, 9 November 2016, announcing the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the previous day's presidential election.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 2016. Front page of the the New York Times, 9 November 2016, covering the final hours of the presidential campaign between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 2016. Front page of the Wall Street Journal, 9 November 2016, announcing the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the previous day's presidential election.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 2016. Front page of the New York Post, 9 November 2016, announcing the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the previous day's presidential election.
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SAN FERNANDO EARTHQUAKE, 1971.
Front page of the Los Angeles Times, 10 February 1971, reporting on the earthquake that struck the San Fernando Valley, on the outskirts of Los Angeles, California, the previous day. The photograph shows patients at a veterans hospital waiting to be evacuated.
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ROLLING STONE, 1967.
Front page of the first issue of 'Rolling Stone' magazine, 9 November 1967, featuring a photograph of rock musician John Lennon of the Beatles as he appeared while playing a character in the film 'How I Won the War.'
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GENERAL ADVERTISER, 1792.
Front page of the 'General Advertiser' published in Philadelphia, 13 August 1792.
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SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS
(1835-1910). 'Mark Twain.' Front page of Harper's Weekly, 30 April 1910, honoring Mark Twain, who had died on April 21.
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JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Front page of the New York Post, 22 November 1963, announcing Kennedy's assassination.
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PENTAGON PAPERS, 1973.
Front page of The New York Times, 12 May 1973, reporting on the dismissal the previous day of all charges against Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony J. Russo of stealing and copying the secret Pentagon Papers on the origins of the Vietnam War.
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CHRISTIAN PERIODICAL.
Title page of 'Glad Tidings,' a Christian leaflet published by the American Tract Society, New York, late 19th century.
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FERDINAND ASSASSINATION.
The front page of 'The Los Angeles Times' on the day following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Archduchess Sophie, at Sarajevo, Bosnia, on 28 June 1914.
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TOURISM: AUSTRALASIA, 1889.
Front page of 'Memoranda for Travellers to Australasia' published by Thomas Cook & Son, 1889.
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STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1886.
Men working inside the head of the statue in New York Harbor, assembling its parts with steel girders. Front page wood engraaving from 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 23 October 1886.
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