A one of a kind poster i found in our Archive..Originally from a Baltimore News Post Newspaper
Unique Gift or would sit well in a collection
Original Newspaper page dated 19th August 1979
Each Original Newspaper comes with a Certificate of Authenticity
All Materials used on Mounting and Preserving your Newspaper are Archive Quality.
Museum Mount Board, Ivory Mount, Display Bag, Certificate of Authenticity, , Frame
Size of Mounted Newspaper 44 x 26.5 cm
Size of Newspaper Framed 46 x 28 cm
Historic Newspapers Archives hereby certify that the issue of this Newspaper is an original, authentic issue published on the date shown, and is not a copy or photostat of the original authentic issue.
The Newspaper in our archives have been obtained from the Library of Congress, State Public Libraries, Universities and Historical Societies and other sources of public documents, and hereby warranted as Genuine.
Newspapers for very special occasions
From our massive archive of newspapers we can with 99.9% certainty match your special gift occasion be it birth-date, anniversary, gold,, silver, diamond, ruby, even paper.
No matter what the headlines or content the most important content is THE DATE. To the recipient that date is very special.
Receiving such a gift is the opportunity to search for the exciting or mundane stories, read the gossip, understand the prejudices of the period, gasp at the fashions and recall names of the great and small and good, bad and sometimes evil.
To help preserve this newspaper the tissue we use is acid free but still the newspaper is vulnerable and deserving of great care. Therefore no sunlight and not to be exposed to high temperatures. For centuries our priceless history has been preserved intact by libraries, universities and colleges and museums. However progress demanded that we preserve our newspaper history by microfilming. This was done and the decades of history were simply dumped. Microfilmed editions it was discovered had a far far shorter life than the original and digital storage was decided was the perfect solution. Sadly the hardware and necessary software becomes quickly dated and keeping storage systems accessible requires vigilance and continued investment.
The original vintage newspaper is endangered.
We have briefly outlined the history of the vandalized newspaper because we are emphasizing the importance of preserving this totally irreplaceable historical resource. There is no better place than in the security of individuals and families and the more newspapers and magazines find their way to such homes the less likely that progress will destroy what remains.
And who knows the content might now or in the future attract collectors, researchers or historians anxious to locate an only remaining copy.
To whom it may concern-----“read happily and please take care of this precious newspaper”