The New York Times: The Complete Front Pages 1851?2008

The New York Times: The Complete Front Pages 1851?2008

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For over a century and a half the New York Times has offered "All the News That's Fit to Print" (although that famous slogan didn't appear until 1897) in more than 54,000 editions, capturing 98 Pulitzer Prizes for its journalism. The front pages from those papers form a pageant of national and world events, describing some of the most turbulent times in human history. This huge, highly browsable volume contains every front page of the Times, from September 18, 1851, through March 2008, on three DVD-ROMs, while the book itself reprints more than 300 of the most important pages; the most significant of these, on such events as the Titanic sinking or the bombing of Pearl Harbor, fold out to 14 x 18 inches. The DVD-ROMs will work in Mac or PC computers with a DVD-ROM drive, Internet access, and Adobe Reader 8.0 or higher, and include Internet links to the full articles begun on the front pages

Title The New York Times: The Complete Front Pages 1851?2008
Author New York Times Staff. Bill Keller, ed
Publisher Black Dog & Leventhal
SKU RMD-ENG-129
ISBN 9781579127497

For over a century and a half the New York Times has offered "All the News That's Fit to Print" (although that famous slogan didn't appear until 1897) in more than 54,000 editions, capturing 98 Pulitzer Prizes for its journalism. The front pages from those papers form a pageant of national and world events, describing some of the most turbulent times in human history. This huge, highly browsable volume contains every front page of the Times, from September 18, 1851, through March 2008, on three DVD-ROMs, while the book itself reprints more than 300 of the most important pages; the most significant of these, on such events as the Titanic sinking or the bombing of Pearl Harbor, fold out to 14 x 18 inches. The DVD-ROMs will work in Mac or PC computers with a DVD-ROM drive, Internet access, and Adobe Reader 8.0 or higher, and include Internet links to the full articles begun on the front pages

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