See the bottom of the page for more details and explanations.
Page 2 shows the complete article, as it appeared in the
newspaper, as well as a large portrait drawing. See:
All of the text is in the form of photographs.
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July 6, 2010
July 4, 2010
This page shows the article broken up into
small sections. The newspaper type is on the
right side of the page, and a re-typed alternative
is on the left side.
Page 2 shows the complete article as it
appeared in the newspaper, as well as a large
portrait drawing, and other things at the bottom
of the page. See:
The newspaper appears to be pink. It is actually brown, with age. I
have no control over the shading of the old paper.*
Although I like to type with a large type font, I originally made the
type even larger than it looks now. Clicking on the text images will
lead to another image, which might look smaller, but it is actually
larger. The only way to see how large the picture truly is would be
to copy it to your computer. The internet browser does not offer a
way to make the picture larger.*
Of course, the F11 key is always good to maximize the space you