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    Original reporting of Apollo 11's moon landing

    Apollo 11 Newspapers: Collection of Sixteen Dated July 21, 1969, All with Exciting Headlines. As follows.

    Albuquerque, New Mexico: Albuquerque Journal. "Man Walks on Moon. U.S. Flag on Lunar Soil" headline. Complete paper.
    Baltimore, Maryland: The Sun. "Astronauts Walk On The Moon After A 'Very Smooth' Landing" headline. Front section.
    Boston, Massachusetts: Boston Herald Traveler. "Our Spacemen Walk On The Moon!" headline. Front section.
    Brevard County, Florida: Today, Florida's Space Age Newspaper. "MAN ON MOON" headline. Complete paper in four sections.
    Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Tribune Moon Final. "FLY U.S. FLAG ON THE MOON" headline. Complete paper in four sections.
    Cleveland, Ohio: The Plain Dealer Man on Moon Souvenir. "Astronauts Walk Moon" headline in 135 point red ink. Complete paper.
    Columbus, Ohio: Columbus Evening Dispatch Home Final. "Moon Walkers Head for Home" headline in 200 point type. Front section.
    Dayton, Ohio: Journal Herald. "Man Walks on the Moon" headline. Front section.
    Denver, Colorado: Rocky Mountain News Moon Landing Sunrise Extra. "Yanks Walk On Moon!" headline. Complete paper.
    Detroit, Michigan: The Detroit News. "Footprints on the moon!" headline. Front section.
    Houston, Texas: Houston Chronicle Final. "Armstrong, Aldrin Leave Moon" headline. Front section.
    Miami, Florida: The Miami Herald Broward County Edition. "MAN WALKS ON THE MOON" headline in 200 point type. Front section.
    New York City: The New York Times Late City Edition. "MEN WALK ON MOON" headline. Front section.
    Orlando, Florida: Orlando Sentinel. "MAN ON MOON" headline. Complete paper.
    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The Pittsburgh Press Final. "MAN ON MOON" headline. Complete paper.
    San Francisco, California: San Francisco Chronicle. "MEN ON MOON" headline. Front section.

    This lot would make an incredible display of Space journalism. A rare opportunity to purchase a ready-made collection. All individually bagged. Toned as expected. Generally very good. From the Apollo 11 collection of Ronald Ulrich.

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