A "vintage" front page of the New York Times dated September 12, 2001.
Headlines include stories about Congress and President Ann Richards sparring over how to spend the enormous peace dividend; "Growing Pains (and Pleasures) in the New Middle East;" and — on a very, very slow news day — the beautiful late summer day that the weather gods blessed New York with on September 11. There is no mention whatsoever of Osama bin Laden, George W. Bush, Donald H. Rumsfeld or Dick Fucking Cheney. Praise the heavens.
This 3-D artifact, aged to perfection, is a cohesive and chronologically accurate part of an alternate timeline which split off from ours in 1955, thanks to timely (and legal) LSD therapy by none other than President Dwight D. Eisenhower himself.
Item measures approximately 13.5" by 22.5" and is available framed and unframed.
Prices include shipping in the USA. Can ship beyond for an extra charge.