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LEOMINSTER DAILY ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, December 7, 1962
* Carmichaels, Pennsylvania
* Coal mine explosion disaster
This 10 page newspaper has a banner headline on the front page:
"Little Hope Is Held for 36 Men Trapped in Mine" with subhead. (see)
Tells of the Robena Cola Mine explosion disaster of the Frosty Run shaft, U.S. Steel Corporation in Carmich... See More
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Mass., January 29, 1963
* Robert Frost death (1st report)
* American poet
The bottom of the front page has a three column heading: "World Pays Tribute to Robert Frost" with subheads. (see) First report coverage on the death of famous American poet, Robert Lee Frost.
Complete with all 32 pages, light toning at the margins, nice condition.
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LEOMINSTER DAILY ENTERPRISE, from Leominster, Massachusetts, dated August 9, 1963.
* Great Train robbery
* Buckinghamshire, England
This 10 page newspaper has a one column headline on the front page:
* Train Robbery Losses Soar to $7,005,000
Other news of the day throughout. Binding holes along the spine, slightly browned, otherwise in good condition.
FITCHBURG SENTINEL, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, August 9, 1963
* John F. Kennedy JFK third child born (death)
* Patrick Bouvier Kennedy
* London $5,000,000 mail train robbery
This 18 page newspaper has a banner headline on the front page: "Kennedy Infant Dies As Heart Fails" with small photo of JFK.
1st report coverage on premature birth of Patrick Bouvier Kennedy. He was one o... See More
NEW YORK TIMES, Nov. 4, 1963
* The Beatles 1st heard of in America ?
* Beatlemania about to strike the U.S.
This is a rather historic issue for any Beatles collectors, as this is the very first mention of The Beatles in the prestigious New York Times newspaper.
See the photo for the page 28 report headed: "Return Of The Beatles" which reports on their return to London from a trip... See More
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Mass. Sept. 9, 1964
* Sean O'Casey death (1st report)
* Irish dramatist and memoirist - socialist
* Dublin, Ireland working class
The front page has a two column heading: "Heart Attack Is Fatal To Sean O'Casey, 84" with subhead. (see) First report coverage continues on page 9 with photo of O'Casey.
Complete with all 42 pages, tiny binding... See More
THE DETROIT FREE PRESS, Detroit, Michigan, November 29, 1964 This 40+ page newspaper has a very nice banner headline on the front page of the sport's section: "USC WINS BUT GETS NO BOWL" with subheads and related photos. (see)
This tells of the upset of # 1 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish by the USC Trojans at the end of the 1964 regular season. This is considered one the biggest ups... See More
THE DETROIT NEWS, Michigan, January 5, 1965
* T. S. Eliot death (1st report)
* Poetry - playwright & more
This 40+ page newspaper has a four column headline near the bottom of the front page: "Eliot, Poet of Generation, Dies" with small photo of Eliot. (see photos) 1st report coverage on the death of famous poet, Thomas Stearns Eliot.
Other news, sports an... See More
* Adlai Stevenson's death report
* U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
* Two-time Democratic candidate for President
The top of the front page has the bold banner heading: "Adlai Stevenson Dies in London at 65", with a photo and subhead, "He Collapses In Street Near U.S. Embassy." The inside
LEOMINSTER ENTERPRISE, Massachusetts, July 11, 1966
* Jack Nicklaus "The Golden Bear"
* British Open golf tournament
Page 5 has a one column heading: "Nicklaus Set To Fatten His Golf Earnings" Coverage on Jack Nicklaus winning his very 1st British Open golf tournament at Muirfield, Scotland.
Complete in 10 pages, a little spine wear, generally nice.... See More
* England wins World Cup
This 124 page newspaper has a five column headline on the front page of the sport's section: "England Wins World Cup, 4-2" with related photo.
THE NEWS AND OBSERVER, Raleigh, North Carolina, August 8, 1966
* John Lennon hit by the media
* The Beatles prelude to breakup
Page top of page 8 has a four column heading: "'Beatle Burning' Set Here" with photo. (see) This is on the controversial comment by John Lennon that "...group is more popular than Jesus...".
Other news, sports and advertisements of... See More
FITCHBURG SENTINEL, Massachusetts, June 10, 1968
* James Earl Ray captured
* Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. assassination suspect
This 24 page newspaper has a three line headline on the front page: "King's Accused Killer May Fight Extradition".
Tells of the capture of James Earl Ray in London, England for the murder of the civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.
Other news... See More
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Massachusetts, March 13, 1969
* Paul McCartney gets married (1st report)
* The Beatles - Linda Eastman
Page 4 has a two column heading: "Matrimony Captures Last Bachelor Beatle"
with photo. (see photos) 1st report coverage on Beatles great, Paul McCartney, marring Linda Eastman in London, England.
Other news, sports and advertisements... See More
THE PARSONS SUN, Parsons, Kansas, June 24, 1969 An inside photo with supporting article provided coverage of the title fight between Joe Frazier and Jerry Quarry. "Though it may not be the most famous fight of Joe Frazier's Hall of Fame career, his 1969 bout with "Irish" Jerry Quarry was indeed one of the best, a slugfest of epic proportions that won the 1969 Fight of the ... See More
THE NEWS AND OBSERVER, Raleigh, North Carolina, August 11, 1969
* Sharon Tate - LaBianca murders
* Charles Manson & followers
This 28 page newspaper a six column headline near the bottom of the front page: "Second Suspect Sought in Hollywood Slayings" report continues on page two with related photo (see photos).
Other news of the day throughout including ... See More
THE NEW ANS OBSERVER, Raleigh, North Carolina, August 12, 1969
* Sharon Tate - LaBianca murders
* Charles Manson & followers
The front page has a three column heading:"Caretaker at Estate Released; More Bizarre Slayings Studied"
with photo of a scene in front of the LaBianca home. Other news, sports and advertisements of the day. Complete in 24 pages, very min... See More
SPRINGFIELD SUNDAY REPUBLICAN, Mass., September 19, 1970
* Jimi Hendrix dies in London of apparent drug overdose
* One of the best (if not the best) guitar players of all time
Page 4 has a small two column heading announcing the death of the beloved guitarist, Jimi Hendrix: "Death Of Hendrix Laid To Drugs" (see) Hendrix stands among only a few whose names are synonymous with the c... See More
EVENING CITIZEN, Glasgow, Scotland, September 22, 1970
* Donald Forbes, "Scotland's Most Dangerous Man", sentenced to life in jail
* Reprieved from life sentence in 1958, he kills again
* The PFLP declares hostages to be POW's
The front page has the one-column heading: "Reprieved Killer Murders Again" (with photo), which tells of the 2nd murder and convict... See More
George Foreman and Joe Frazier heavyweight boxing title... Inauguration events for second term of Richard Nixon...
THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, Springfield, Massachusetts, January 22, 1973
* Joe Frazier vs. George Foreman
* Heavyweight boxing championship
* Pre fight news
This 28 page newspaper has a seven column headline near the bottom of page 14 that reads: "Frazier Faces Foreman in Tough Title Test Tonight".
The front page also has some coverage of the Inauguration events of President Richa... See More
THE HAYS DAILY NEWS, Hays, Kansas, January 2, 1974
* Notre Dame Fighting Irish - Ara Parseghian
* Alabama Crimson Tide - Coach Paul Bear Bryant
* Sugar Bowl - college football - game of the century ?
This 14 page newspaper has a four column headline on page 10: "Irish Topple Tide In Thriller" with caption: "Who's No. 1" Tells of the game between Notre Dame Fighting ... See More
LIVERPOOL ECHO, England, December 9, 1980 Few could argue for a more desirable and scarce newspaper on the death of John Lennon than this, his hometown newspaper.
To anyone who grew up on the 1960's the death of Beatle John Lennon was a tragic event and the end of an era. Reports of his death are desired by collectors of many interests and are more rare than assassination reports of J.F... See More
LIVERPOOL ECHO, England, December 9, 1980
* John Lennon death
* Beatles front man
* Best title to be had ?
Few could argue for a more desirable and scarce newspaper on the death of John Lennon than this, his hometown newspaper.
To anyone who grew up on the 1960's the death of Beatle John Lennon was a tragic event and the end of an era. Reports of his death are desired by collect... See More
The front page of this issue reads : "The Irish Stew In Miami - An Old Nemesis Puts an End to Notre Dame's 23-Game WinningStreak" with an accompanying photo.
Additional content within this issue relates to Roberto Duran, Tony Rice, and many more.
Certainly the premier newspaper/magazine for the spo
LOS ANGELES TIMES, Jan. 26, 1990
* Ava Gardner death (1st report)
* Movie - film actress & singer
* Best title to be had ?
The bottom of the ftpg. has an article headed: "Ava Gardner, Sultry Film Star, Dies at 67 in London." and includes a photo of her. The article carries over to page 22 where there are 2 more photos of her, with husbands Mickey Rooney and Frank Sinatr... See More
LOS ANGELES TIMES, October 13, 1993
* Best "Rudy" movie advertisement
* Grand Opening Day premiere review
* Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football
* Biographical sports film
A terrific issue on the premiere of the motion picture hit "Rudy" and perhaps no better issue could be found than this, the leading newspaper from the home of the entertainment industry - the Hollywoo... See More
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, Missouri, August 31, 1997
* Diana - Princess of Wales
* Tragic death from auto accident - being chased by paparazzi
This 14 page, 1st section only newspaper has a nice banner headline on the front page: "Car Crash Kills Princess Diana" with subheads and related photos. More inside (see images). This coverage tells of the tragic death of one of the most bel... See More
THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH, London, August 31, 1997 (pgs. 1-4, 25-28) The full-banner, 3-line headline reads: "Princess Diana and Dodi are Killed in Paris car crash", with subhead: "Paparazzi blamed as Mercedes smashes into wall", with a large photo and supporting text. Great to have this tragic event in a London newspaper.
Included are only pages 1-4 and 25-28, but quite displayabl... See More
THE OBSERVER, London, August 31, 1997 (pgs. 1-4, 19-22)
* Princess Diana's Tragic Death
* The Candle in the Wind
The six-column, 2-line headline reads: "Di reported dead with Dodi on Paris car crash", with subhead: "Tragedy happens during chase by press", with a large photo and supporting text. The inside has additional coverage and another large photo (see ima... See More
THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC, Phoenix, August 31, 1997 (1st section) The bold headline reads: "World Mourns Diana", with subhead: "Did paparazzi chase princess to her death?", with multiple related photos and supporting text. The inside has additional coverage and photos as well (see images). Great to have coverage of one of the most tragic deaths of the late 20th century.
Included is... See More
THE SUNDAY STAR, Toronto, Canada - Ontario Edition (front section only), September 7, 1997
* Princess Diana's funeral
* Elton John sings "Candle in the Wind"
* Mother Teresa's death - "Angel of Calcutta"
The front page has the two-line, full banner heading: "Goodbye England's Rose", with a color photo of Princess Diana within the heading. Other hea... See More
LOS ANGELES TIMES, March 11, 1988
* Andy Gibb death (1st report)
* English singer - teen idol
Near the bottom of page 3 is a two column heading: "Andy Gibb, 1970s Pop Music Sensation, Dies in England at 30" with photo. (see) The article carries over to page 30. Great to have this report in a newspaper from the home of the entertainment industry.
The complete first section only wi... See More
INTERNATIONAL EXPRESS, London, England, June 13-19, 2001
* Tony Blair re-elected as Prime Minister
* First Labour P.M. to serve two consequtive full terms
* The youngest Prime Minister in over 150 years wins again
This tabloid-size displayable issue has on the cover: "WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS!", with subhead: "Blair romps home and casts Hague's crushed Tories into elec... See More
LOS ANGELES TIMES, October 26, 2002
* Richard Harris death (1st report)
* Irish actor and singer
* Best title to be had ?
The front page has a small photo with tiny heading: "Richard Harris Dies" Page 18 of section B has a banner headline: "Richard Harris, 72; Irish Actor Described as an and a Giant of the Old School" with 4 related photos.
Great to have this report in... See More
Three authentic newspapers, exploring a specified birth date (birth year) through time - 100, 200, and 300 years ago. You simply enter a year into the comment field at checkout, and we will provide you with three original newspapers - one each from 100, 200, and 300 years prior to the year entered. No other gift could ever provide the recipient with such a look into their past, while f... See More
A Three Issue Set of Authentic Newspapers, one each from 1714, 1814, and 1914. The first issue will likely be from London. Considering the breadth of England's colonial reach, London newspapers/magazines of the day included a wealth of international reporting - and are great to have. The second issue will likely be from the U.S. The third issue will be from the U.S., but may be an illust... See More