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- Personalise with Any Name and a Message on the title page
- Tabloid size edition (31 x 38cm), bound in a British racing green hard cover
- Option to emboss a Name on the front cover
- Taken from the UK’s largest private archive
- Protect your book for years to come with a premium gift box
The movement of the 50s and 60s is laid bare in this civil rights movement newspaper book. Taken from our archives and collated by experts, this book has been specially created to offer a unique window into the past. History unfolds through the reprints of genuine news articles and headlines which were printed at the time.
Starting with reports on school segregation, this civil rights history book chronicles the battles and triumphs of the brave men and women who fought for human rights in the American South. Including reports on the bus boycotts and the Little Rock Nine, all articles within this collection are taken from national American newspapers published at the time. Bound together to create a unique gift for history buffs, civil rights activist admirers, and those looking to learn from the past, this book includes a dedication page personalised by you. Not only can you add the recipient’s name and a special message to the opening page of the book, their name can also be embossed in gold foil on the cover of the book itself, creating a bespoke gift to be treasured.
Take a look at the contents to see which civil rights headlines are featured in this book.
Personalising Your Civil Rights Newspaper Book
Add Any Name up to 22 characters to your book together with a personal Message up 150 characters, both of which will appear on the title page. You also have the option to gold emboss the recipient’s Name on the front cover.
Be sure to check your personalisation: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.