A reprint of the Pulitzer Prize winning front page of the 6-star final edition of The Wall Street Journal as distributed Wednesday, September 12, 2001.
The front page featured a two-line, all-caps banner headline, a rarity for the newspaper.
Historic Headline: "TERRORISTS DESTROY WORLD TRADE CENTER, HIT PENTAGON IN RAID WITH HIJACKED JETS"
"Nation Stands in Disbelief and Horror - Streets of Manhattan Resemble War Zone Amid Clouds of Ash"
"Death Toll, Source of Devastating Attacks Remain Unclear; U.S. Vows Retaliation as Attention Focuses on bin Laden"
"Hour of Horror Forever Alters American Lives - Attacks Will Force People To Make Adjustments in Ways Large and Small"
"U.S. Airport Security Screening Long Seen as Dangerously Lax - New Measures Are Likely To Add Inconvenience And Costs to Passengers"
"Attacks Raise Fears of a Recession"
"The Eye of the Storm: One Journey Through Desperation and Chaos"
An entire page from the publication is printed on ultra-premium archival paper, which provides a brilliant, fade-resistant print that will last for decades.
Frames are available in simple black, mahogany or contemporary.
Simple Black - Each print is double matted in a 2 ¼” off white mat with a ¼” black accent and finished with a 3/4” flat black frame.
Mahogany - Each print is double matted in a 2 ¼” cream mat with a ¼” rust colored accent and finished with a 2” mahogany frame.
Contemporary - Each print is matted in a 2” archival black mat and finished in a modern 3/4” silver frame.
Outer dimensions: 25” X 32” (rounded to the 1/2 inch)
Please note: Framed items are individually crafted and take 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.