From the Publisher: Nov 6 1989

Alfred Eisenstaedt's exuberant V-J Day in Times Square. Dorothea Lange's moving Dust Bowl-era Migrant Mother. Neil Armstrong's historic Man's First Moon Walk. These are among the ten photos TIME has chosen as the most important news pictures in 150 years of photojournalism, and you can see them in a special collector's edition that appeared last week at newsstands around the country and in subscribers' mailboxes. From tens of thousands of images, special-projects editor Donald Morrison and his staff culled 91 in all, and finally chose ten that best define the art.

The 76-page issue has a single advertiser, Eastman Kodak Co....

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