Two issues from the Detroit Free Press. One is from November 24, 1963, and has Sections A and B of the newspaper. Section A contains information on various events following the death of John F. Kennedy, such as Lyndon B. Johnson becoming president. The front of Section B has an article about the Speaker of the House at the time, John W. McCormack. The other newspaper is Section B from the December 29, 1963 issue, and contains information on the most important news stories of the year, such as Kennedy's assassination and the March on Washington.
All of the newspapers show discoloration due to age and tears around the edges, and are folded horizontally and vertically. The horizontal fold on Section A of the Nov. 24 issue shows some wear and has some tears.