The actual advertisement for the crew for Shackleton's Antarctic expedition. Their ship was subsequently trapped and crushed in the ice, resulting in months surviving on an ice flow and open boat journeys in freezing conditions to tiny islands while attempting to reach civilization. Amazingly, everyone survived.
On Oct. 24, 1781, the front page of Philadelphia’s Freeman’s Journal reported the news of British Gen. Charles Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown, Va., with unusual flash and vigor. Half of the front page is taken up by an announcement surrounded by a decorative border, and the news ends with the exclamation “Laus Deo!” (“Praise Be To God!”).
Quoting from Twitter: "David Rayfield @RaygunBrown Nov 24 Newspapers will have the burning cop car as a front page photo. It should be this image of Mike Brown’s dad #Ferguson pic.twitter.com/ktAEuCaVaA"
First American attempt to map the census, published before Civil War