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    Collection of Vintage Newspapers including: Four Issues of The Dallas Morning News spanning the dates September 14, 1918, through May 24, 1934, with articles announcing the end of the First World War, the death of inventor Thomas A. Edison, and the deaths of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. [and:] Wichita Daily Times. Twelve pages, 17.25" x 22.5", Wichita Falls [Texas], May 12, 1932, announcing the death of Charles Lindbergh's kidnapped son. [and:] The New York Times Mid-Week Pictorial. Twenty-two pages (unpaginated), 10.75" x 16.25", November 29, 1917. Printed wraps. [and:] Seven Issues of The Vernon Daily Record. Spanning the dates August 1931 through January 1933. [and:] The Saturday Blade. Ten pages, 15" x 21", Chicago, September 29, 1917. [and:] The Denver Post. Twenty-six pages, 17.75" x 23.25", July 29, 1932. [and:] Two Issues of the Wichita Falls Record News. Dated September 8, 1932, and February 16, 1933. [and:] The World. New York, April 21, 1907. Very fragile. [and:] Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Eight pages, 17" x 21.5", October 21, 1931. [and:] The States-Graphic. Eight pages, 17.5" x 21.5", Brownsville [Tennessee], July 24, 1931.

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