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The Balance and Columbian Repository dated August 14, 1804, featuring an obituary for the nation’s first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, who was killed in a duel with Vice President Aaron Burr.
The headline from the October 25, 1929 edition of New York Daily Investment News declared that the stock market crisis was over. However, the day that is now known as “Black Tuesday,” when the market bottomed out, occurred four days later.
Depression-era edition of the Montana Standard featuring the headline “Roosevelt Endorses Job Insurance Act,” dated March 24, 1934.