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- Dark green leatherette cover, emboss as standard
- Personalize with any Name and Message
- 102 pages with 90 stories
- 12.5” x 15”
- Protect your book for years to come with a premium gift box
Take a trip down memory lane with this Newspaper Decade Headlines Book and discover the best 1960 headlines from the Washington Post. Each page is filled with front pages from the major events of your chosen decade.
The 1960s was a great decade for space enthusiasts, but unfortunately it wasn’t the same for famed civil rights advocates.
Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the Moon, with the help of his crew and Apollo 11, relaying his famous speech – “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Earlier in the decade, Lee Harvey Oswold assassinated one of the most popular US Presidents of all time and civil rights advocate, John F. Kennedy in 1963. A few years later, in the same decade, Martin Luther King Jr., the figurehead of the Civil Rights Movement, would also be assassinated at a motel in Memphis, Tennessee.
You can personalize this 1960s Headlines Decade book with any Name and Message to create a special gift for any history lover.
Personalizing Your Washington Post 60s Decade Book
Add any Name and Message to your Headlines Book to be printed on the title page.
This book measures 12.5” x 15”.
A total number of 102 pages, featuring 90 stories and 2 cover pages.