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Headlines and Front Pages, 20th Century
Nazis Quit

September 29, 1938, “Charleston Struck By Two Tornadoes,” The Charleston Evening Post, Charleston, SC.

September 3, 1939, “Britain Goes to War as Ultimatum Expires,” The Sunday Star, Washington, D.C.

December 15, 1939, “Gone With the Wind” Souvenir Reprint, The Atlanta Journal, Atlanta, Ga.

December 8, 1941, “U.S. Declares War,” Greenville Piedmont, Greenville, SC.

February 22, 1942, "George Washington," The Atlanta Journal, Rotogarvure Section, Atlanta, Ga.

April 13, 1945, “FDR’s Body On Way To Washington, Train Pauses Here Today At 6:50,” Greenville Piedmont, Greenville, SC.

April 14, 1945, “Dixie Bids Farewell As Body Is Borne To Washington,” The Greenville News, Greenville, SC.

May 7, 1945, “Germany Surrenders,” The Evening Star, Washington, D.C.

May 8, 1945, “Nazis Quit!,” The Greenville News, Greenville, SC

August 14, 1945, “White House Announces the War Is Over,” The Evening Star, Washington, D.C.

June 3, 1953, "Queen Pledges Life of Service After Crowning," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

July 1, 1958, "Senators hang up star no. 49 for Alaska in historic decision," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

March 12, 1959, "Hawaiian statehood ok'd," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

August 22, 1959, "Newly designed flag unfurled," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

November 22, 1963, “President Is Killed By Gunman In Dallas,” Charleston Evening Post, Charleston, SC.

November 22, 1963, JFK ambushed in Dallas - President dead, Connally shot, The Dallas Times Herald, Dallas, Tex.

November 23, 1963, “JFK is Assassinated,” The Greenville News, Greenville, SC.

November 23, 1963, "Kennedy assassinated; Johnson takes oath," The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga.

November 23, 1963, "President Kennedy murdered; Oswald charged with killing," The Daily Texan – Extra, University of Texas at Austin, Tex.

November 23, 1963, "Kennedy slain on Dallas street," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

November 23, 1963, "Sgomento e dolore in tutto il mondo," L’Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy

November 23-24, 1963, "Kennedy Assassinated," New York Herald Tribune, New York, N.Y.

September 28, 1964, "Oswald termed sole Kennedy slayer," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

September 28, 1964, "The Kennedy Assassination," The Dallas Morning News, Section 5, Dallas, Tex.

June 5, 1968, "Victim of Assassin: RFK fights for life," The Dallas Times Herald, Dallas, Tex.

July 21, 1969, "Man walks on moon," The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Tex.

July 21, 1969, "Footprints on moon," The Dallas Times Herald, Dallas, Tex.

July 21, 1969, "Men walk on the moon: Eagle ready to return," The Atlanta Journal, Atlanta, Ga.

The News and Courier and Charleston Evening Post. The Best of the six Post and Courier’s Civil War Centennial Editions, 1961-1965.

September 27, 2010, “50 Years after Win, a legacy endures: JFK’s short tenure is still shaping USA,” USA Today, Arlington, Va.