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Search for a specific topic, person, or event. It can be helpful to change the dates to limit to a specific time period. For example, we can search for "man on moon" and limit our results to the weeks surrounding the moon landing on July 20, 1969. Note: Only articles published in the print edition from 1851-2002 are available on this site. For more recent articles, follow the instructions above to search the main NYT website.
Scroll through the results until you find the article that you want. In this case, we want the front page article that appeared on July 21 - the day after the moon landing. Click the article's thumbnail image. (Go ahead - click the image to read the article!)
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