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

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

the Chicago Daily News ghost sign at 1927 N. Halsted. This is great public art that's been around for almost a century!

the Chicago Daily News ghost sign at 1927 N. Halsted. This is great public art that's been around for almost a century!

Edna Egbert proudly displayed a blue-star banner in her window, in honor of her son being in the service.  However, after not hearing from him since his enlistment, she became distraught and climbed out onto her ledge.

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Edna Egbert proudly displayed a blue-star banner in her window, in honor of her son being in the service. However, after not hearing from him since his enlistment, she became distraught and climbed out onto her ledge.

Do You Know the Most Popular Home Styles? http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2016/08/18/do-you-know-most-popular-home-styles#sf33729578

Do You Know the Most Popular Home Styles? http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2016/08/18/do-you-know-most-popular-home-styles#sf33729578

Horses and lions in the snow outside the Art Institute of Chicago in 1925, Photographer: Chicago Daily News

50 Stunning Vintage Photographs of ChicagoHorses and lions in the snow

Horses and lions in the snow outside the Art Institute of Chicago in 1925, Photographer: Chicago Daily News

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

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.

Under the lede House passes Obamacare repeal and replace bill after chaotic setbacks; Senate fight now looms the N.Y. Daily News has some choice commentary about yesterday’s vote.      “At one point during the celebratory press conference in the Rose...

Under the lede House passes Obamacare repeal and replace bill after chaotic setbacks; Senate fight now looms the N.Y. Daily News has some choice commentary about yesterday’s vote. “At one point during the celebratory press conference in the Rose...

News paper headlines - Beautiful Jean Harlow dies 	Harlean Harlow Carpenter born March 3, 1911  Kansas City, Missouri,  United States  Died	June 7, 1937 (aged 26)  Los Angeles, California,  United States  Cause of death	Kidney failure

News paper headlines - Beautiful Jean Harlow dies Harlean Harlow Carpenter born March 3, 1911 Kansas City, Missouri, United States Died June 7, 1937 (aged 26) Los Angeles, California, United States Cause of death Kidney failure

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