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Here's a company that will sell you old papers (rather thanlet you view them online: don't think that's available anywhere): http://www.remember-when.co.uk/ . Or you can go direct to the paper of your choice, which may or may not be the Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/newsroom/story/0,11718,7
www.nytimes.com takes you to the New York Times. There you may subscribe to 'today's headlines' which does give you access to all front pages from their archive and online (which means a very long way back) . You can also access the text of the lead items. Generally the British library newspapers section may be able to help on www.bl.uk/collections/newspapers.html