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I’ve always kept newspaper front pages with epochal and impactful events. But now…

These last few weeks have been a steady stream of headlines previously unimaginable.

I believe the first one that I personally set aside was December 9, 1980, the morning after John Lennon was assassinated. The Times actually ran that story below the fold, which even then was ludicrous. I’ve got a box of front pages now, from invasions to space shuttle disasters to unbelievable election results. But this campaign might double the size of my collection.

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NY Times Headlines
Headlines from March, 2020.

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