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The Crossword Puzzle Collection of the New York Times is a special assemblage of puzzles from each year since the crossword puzzle was first published in 1942! Puzzle enthusiasts will relish the challenge of crosswords covering politics, war, popular culture, art, history and general knowledge that were originally published during every historic era of American history since World War Two. What also makes this product unique is that the pages are printed on newspaper pages in their original size, such that the crossword puzzle appears in in its original context, among ads, articles and other news that was fit to print on the specific day.
Imagine working through decades of classic and fun crossword puzzles from the New York Times! This is a dream gift for any crossword puzzle enthusiast!
Crossword Puzzle Collection of the New York Times contains puzzles edited by all four NYT editors including: Margaret Farrar, who edited the puzzles from its inception until 1969, Will Weng who edited the puzzles from 1969 to 1977, Eugene T. Maleska, who edited the puzzles until 1993, and the current editor, Will Shortz.
The New York Times began running its crossword puzzles in Sunday papers in 1942 and in 1950, the crossword became a daily feature. With the Crossword Puzzle Collection of the New York Times, you can travel back in time through history and challenge yourself anew!