New York Times Kindle Cover by Verso, Statue of Liberty (Fits Kindle Keyboard) review


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New York Times Kindle Cover by Verso, Statue of Liberty (Fits Kindle Keyboard)

The New York Times Photo Archives is one of the oldest and largest compilations of photos in the world. The slim, lightweight construction provides you with ample protection and style for your Kindle. Durable laminated covers feature emblematic New York sights and landmarks from the Photo Archives. Four-corner elastic design secures your Kindle to the cover. We’ve included a convenient interior pocket. NEW YORK TIMES for verso The New York Times Photo Archives provide a visual road map to over 100 years of groundbreaking news, legendary icons and unparalleled discoveries. Housing over 2.5 million prints, the archives stand as the oldest and largest compilation of photographs in the world. To celebrate this great photojournalistic collection, three iconic New York City images from The New York Times Photo Archives have been selected as cover shots for our exclusive series of Verso Kindle Covers. Verso Kindle Cover Features: * High-quality construction provides tough protection without bulkiness; very lightweight. * Soft, suede-like interior features a full pocket to hold ID, receipts, travel documents, and more. * Four-corner elastic holds Kindle securely in place wherever you go. Liberty and The World Trade Center, 1983 Capturing two of New York City's most renowned landmarks, this image remains one of the most popular photos ever shot by The New York Times. In the foreground, The Statue of Liberty stands tall in the entrance of the New York City harbor. A symbol of hope, liberty and freedom, the statue was a gift from France to the United States on the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence. In the background is The World Trade Center towers, which fell on September 11, 2001. Ten years later, the image of the towers alongside the iconic symbol of freedom continues to stir the souls of patriots. *Photo by Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times Photo Archives   The New York Times Photo Archives is one of the oldest and largest compilations of photos in the world. The slim, lightweight construction provides you with ample protection and style for your Kindle. Durable laminated covers feature emblematic New York sights and landmarks from the Photo Archives. Four-corner elastic design secures your Kindle to the cover. We’ve included a convenient interior pocket. NEW YORK TIMES for verso The New York Times Photo Archives provide a visual road map to over 100 years of groundbreaking news, legendary icons and unparalleled discoveries. Housing over 2.5 million prints, the archives stand as the oldest and largest compilation of photographs in the world. To celebrate this great photojournalistic collection, three iconic New York City images from The New York Times Photo Archives have been selected as cover shots for our exclusive series of Verso Kindle Covers. Verso Kindle Cover Features: * High-quality construction provides tough protection without bulkiness; very lightweight. * Soft, suede-like interior features a full pocket to hold ID, receipts, travel documents, and more. * Four-corner elastic holds Kindle securely in place wherever you go. Liberty and The World Trade Center, 1983 Capturing two of New York City's most renowned landmarks, this image remains one of the most popular photos ever shot by The New York Times. In the foreground, The Statue of Liberty stands tall in the entrance of the New York City harbor. A symbol of hope, liberty and freedom, the statue was a gift from France to the United States on the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence. In the background is The World Trade Center towers, which fell on September 11, 2001. Ten years later, the image of the towers alongside the iconic symbol of freedom continues to stir the souls of patriots. *Photo by Fred R. Conrad / The New York Times Photo Archives   The New York Times Photo Archives provide a visual road map to over 100 years of groundbreaking news, legendary icons and unparalleled discoveries. Housing over 2.5 million prints, the archives stand as the oldest and largest compilation of photographs in the world. To celebrate this great photojournalistic collection, three iconic New York City images from The New York Times Photo Archives have been selected as cover shots for our exclusive series of Verso Kindle Covers.
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