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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: Cover of "The Black Panther: Black Community News Service," an underground newspaper, commemorating the birthday of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey New...
Description: Cover of "Gothic Blimp Works," an underground comic newspaper, featuring a cartoon by Robert Crumb.
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Ft. Worth Tex.: Texas Gov. John Connally (L), President Lyndon B. Johnson (C), and the late President...
Description: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the "Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
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Description: A newspaper clipping with a photograph detailing the appearance of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt as a guest at a Civics Club event.
Description: The front page of the newsletter "Frauen-Zeitung."
Description: Newspaper clipping of a man holding a small child in his arms who arrived on the orphan train for adoption. The caption is: "He Wins A Prize."
Description: An editorial article in the "New York Journal" written by William Randolph Hearst in the wake of the sinking of the "Maine."
Description: Cover of "Maine Times," an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of a boy holding a rifle and posing next to a deer, suspended from his garage. The...
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: Newspaper article on the "Capture and Destruction of the Capital" relating information on the burning of Washington, D.C. on August 24, 1814. The city was...
Description: An illustration of the enormous bowie knife that was presented to John F. Potter.
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: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "A heavy guard stands in front of door guarding Lee Harvey Oswald, who has been charged in the assassin...
Description: Cover of "Space City!," an underground newspaper, featuring an image of a smiley face with psychotherapy electrodes attached to it. Headline reads, "Psycho...
Description: A newspaper photograph of Margaret Mead with an article about her appearance and speech at a Civics Club event.
Description: Front page of a publication promoting the Wisconsin Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair. The page features stories about the pavilion, an architectu...
Description: Cover of "Burning River Oracle," a free underground newspaper, featuring a drawing of Jesus Christ crucified in front of the silhouette of an urban landsca...
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."...
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