Beginning April 20, the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Blair-Caldwell Branch Library are closed. The archives and book collection on 2nd floor are in the process of being moved to Central Library where they will be available via the Special Collections Reading Room on 1st floor starting May 1.

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While copies of the newspaper about this tragedy are not valuable, JFK's campaign memorabilia can be highly valuable.

It's like anything that was produced in the tens of millions that are easy to store, value doesn't come from age, it comes from scarcity. Just like vinyl records, I have hundreds of them and people seem to think the collection is valuable, but it isn't because so many records were mass produced.

Incidentally, I too have a copy of the JFK assassination paper, published by the New Orleans Times-Picayune. I pull it out every now and then, look at almost everything except the Kennedy news, and revisit what society was like back then.

I have the newspaper for the day Binladen was captured by the Usa.
I would like a newspaper of JFKs assination and one from 9/11

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