Some may argue that newspapers are on their way out, but there is no question about the power they hold in allowing us to remember and relive a day in history.
Newspapers provide us with a frozen image of the past– a snapshot from our memory. They, more than anything else, have the ability to capture a moment in time and preserve that day for generations to come.
In the days after President John F. Kennedy was killed, newspapers did just that:
Source: World News