Google is continuing its effort to archive old newspapers to give us easy access to the days past.  The scanning and archiving of newspapers has been something Google has been hard at work at for 2 years already.  They have been working with the New York Times and the Washington post and are now expanding to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, "the first newspaper West of the Allegheny Mountains, to the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph which has been in business for 244 years and makes it America’s oldest paper to still be around.  


The archive allows you to see the paper as it was intended whichc allows you to see the photographs, headlines, articles and even the advertisements.  Google has posted an example of the moon landing in 1969 [Here]


[via Reuters]