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Polish designer Lukasz Pachalko designed this amazing newspaper layout & editorial design concept.

Thisis the June 4, 1968 issue of the New York Daily News, the headline of which reads Actress Shoots Andy Warhol. This issue was published the day after the artist was shot by radical feminist Valerie Solanas. It is the only known copy personally signed by Warhol

June 1968 issue of the New York Daily News, the headline of which reads Actress Shoots Andy Warhol. This issue was published the day after the artist was shot by radical feminist Valerie Solanas. It is the only known copy personally signed by Warhol

Marilyn Monroe falleció en Los Ángeles el 5 de agosto de 1962. Fue encontrada sin vida en su cama a causa un paro cardíaco provocado por una sobredosis de medicamentos, pero, más allá de la causa clínica de su muerte, los expertos aún debaten hoy sobre los porqués de su deceso.  Los forenses apost

La muerte de Marilyn Monroe, un enigma que hoy cumple 50 años sin ser resuelto

Marilyn Monroe died in Los Angeles on August She was found dead in her bed. Cause of death: cardiac arrest, caused by an overdose of drugs.

the front page of New York’s Daily News, from 1937, with a headline about the death the previous day of starlet Jean Harlow. She had been fatigued for weeks, and had indicators of kidney dysfunction.  But a correct early diagnosis probably would have made little difference, since there was no treatment for kidney related illnesses in 1937—penicillin wasn’t in commercial usage yet, and dialysis was a decade away. Harlow was twenty-six when she died.

The front page of New York's "Daily News", with a headline about the death the previous day of movie star Jean Harlow [June

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Marilyn Monroe in California

Daily News front page dated  May 7, 1937 Headlines: HINDENBURG EXPLODES! 100 DEAD 100 fatalities

80 years since Hindenburg's first flight - Photos - Hindenburg airship's first flight 80 years later

The front page of the Daily News from the next day read "Hindenburg Explodes! 100 Dead" on May Clearly those numbers weren't fact-checked since only 36 people ended up perishing in the disaster.

try to find the covers of 1966 newspapers

Happy Hour (30 Photos)

July 20 th 1969 : Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo Neil Armstrong became the first to actually step onto the moon six hours after landing on July 1969

1945 - Hitler Dead!

War and Type

All of these newspaper covers are great - the headline is the whole front page of the paper, speaks volumes.

On November 8, 1960, John F. Kennedy became the 35th President after he defeated Richard Nixon in one of the closest presidential elections of the 20th century.  He served as 35th president from 1961 until his death in 1963.  Nixon became the 37th president and served 1969 until he resigned in 1974.

New York City skyline, 1961 - Photos - New York: The 1960s

*NOVEMBER John F. Kennedy became the President after he defeated Richard Nixon in one of the closest presidential elections of the century. He served as president from 1961 until his death in Nixon became the president and served 1969 until he resigned in

Photographs From The Chicago Daily News 1902-1933. There are over 55,000 images of urban life included in this collection. This collection is part of the American Memory section at the Library of Congress website.

Photograph from Chicago Daily News, Inc., 1903 November Image of rolls of paper for the Chicago Daily News press on a horse drawn cart underneath an elevated train line in Chicago, Illinois.

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NewsBytes - The Daily News Digest - http://itmagazine.com/newsbytes-daily-news-digest/6518 #NewsBytes, #Newspaper

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Daily News: “Martin King Shot to Death: Gunned Down in Memphis . This shocking headline was printed the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot and killed on the second floor lobby of the Lorraine Motel, Memphis, Tennessee.

Longtime gossip columnist Liz Smith, who started her column at the New York Daily News in 1976, has died, according to the newspaper. She was 94.

Famed NY gossip columnist Liz Smith dead at 94

Longtime gossip columnist Liz Smith, who started her column at the New York Daily News in 1976, has died, according to the newspaper. She was 94.

This is the lead story in the daily "news" digest email from Delaware's largest newspaper. Was there no actual news to report @delawareonline?

This is the lead story in the daily "news" digest email from Delaware's largest newspaper. Was there no actual news to report @delawareonline?

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