New York Times - The History of NYC Book

This coffee table book features cover stories that will captivate those with big love for the Big Apple.

$65.00

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This newsworthy archive - comprised of reproductions of actual New York Times covers from 1851 through today - will captivate those with big love for the Big Apple, not to mention history buffs and font fans. Inquisitive minds will delight in seeing the newspaper's stylistic evolution as they flip from decade to decade, rediscovering iconic events like the Empire State Building becoming the world's tallest building, Jackie Robinson signing a baseball contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers, the Beatles first arrival in NYC to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show, and the 1970 women's march for equality along 5th Avenue. Native New Yorkers and transplants may know the city's streets, but it'll be easy to get lost in this instant coffee table favorite. Made in Williston, Vermont.

Exclusive Made in the USA
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Measurements
15" L x 12.25" W; 86 pages
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Notes
Please note: These pages are not standard newspaper dimensions, therefore, the type is shrunk slightly to fit a more convenient, book-sized trim. Certain years/pages are reprinted from microfilm and font size may be reduced.
Item ID
42574

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Such a cool gift

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This was a great gift. And while I liked the excerpts that were enlarged so that you could read important sections easier it also covers other areas of the page that would have been cool to read. I paired this gift with a magnifying glass so he could read all of the small print as well.

Long island city, NY

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Exceeded expectation

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Perfect coffee table book for anyone who loves & appreciates NYC

Tampa, FL

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Nice book

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I bought this for my nephew for christmas and he loved it. I like it so well that I bought one for myself.

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