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Description: Front page of the newspaper El Misisipi.
Description: Cover of "The Great Speckled Bird," an underground newspaper, featuring an illustration of a Frosted Flakes cereal box, pouring out atomic bombs on a Vietn...
Description: Cover of "Berkeley Barb," an underground newspaper, featuring a photographic collage of politically charged images, mostly relating to the Civil Rights mov...
Description: Cover of "The Fifth Estate," an underground newspaper, featuring a grim reaper figure wearing an American flag-patterned tie, and holding a man's severed h...
Description: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the
"Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
Description: Cover of "The East Village Other," an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon bomb on top of a pile of money. The headline reads, "Booming the Economy."...
Description: Cover of "The Conscience," an underground newspaper, depicting a psychedelic drawing of three men, one standing naked, one leaning and carrying a gun, and...
Date: 1917 after
Description: Newspaper clipping of an article about Wausau banks.
Date: date unknown
Description: The first page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Description: Quarter-length portrait of Thomas Kidd, wearing eyeglasses and a suit and necktie.
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Dallas: President John F. Kennedy is shown in motorcade as it moved toward the downtown area. In cente...
Description: An advertisement placed in "The Dallas Morning News" on the morning of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The ad attacked Kennedy's foreign an...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Nathan Paine of Paine Lumber Company who brought charges against George Zentner and Michael Troiber in the Oshkosh l...
Description: Cover for "The Ann Arbor Argus," an underground newspaper, featuring an image of a red-clad super hero fighting a muscular bald man, with a diamond around...
Description: Four small black-and-white portraits of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party candidates: Fannie Lou Hamer, Annie Devine, Aaron Henry, and Victoria Gray...
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Description: An illustration of the enormous bowie knife that was presented to John F. Potter.
Description: Newspaper article declaring peace between the United States and Great Britain at the end of the War of 1812.
Description: Headline from a reminiscence by Judge Keyes.
Description: Cover of "Kaleidoscope," an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of Native American Chief Sitting Bull, highlighted with red.
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