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  New York Herald - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The New York Herald was a large distribution newspaper based in New York City that existed between May 6, 1835 and 1924.
After Gordon Bennett's death, the New York Herald was merged with its bitter rival, the New York Tribune, in 1922.
When the Herald was still under the authority of it's original publisher Bennett, it was considered to be the most invading and sensationalist of the leading New York papers at the time.
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 New York Herald Tribune - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Herald Tribune was a leading Republican paper, and a voice for moderate "internationalist" Republicans as opposed to the "isolationist" variety represented by the Chicago Tribune.
With a nation-wide readership, the "Herald Tribune" was a respected and influential paper, often rivaling The New York Times in the quality of its reporting.
New York Magazine is also a descendent of the Herald-Tribune, having originally been the Herald-Tribune's Sunday magazine, a livelier version of the New York Times Magazine.
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 Encyclopedia: New York Herald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
New York City is also home to the nation's largest community of American Jews, with an estimate of 972,000 in 2002, and is the worldwide headquarters of the Hasidic Lubavitch sect and the Bobover and Satmar branches of Hasidism.
New York is a city of great museums with the Metropolitan Museum of Art's assemblage of historic art, the Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim Museum's 20th century collection, and the American Museum of Natural History and its Hayden Planetarium focusing on the sciences.
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 New York Herald article - New York Herald newspaper York City 1835 1924 James Gordon Bennett James Gordon - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Following Gordon Bennett's death, in 1922 the New York Herald was merged with its bitter rival, the New York Tribune.
It is located on 34 St. at the cross of Broadway and 6 Avenue in New York City.
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 New York Herald - May 1850   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
It was meant to provide amplification on the news events of May, 1850, as context for the deaths of the month, which were to be the main focus.
New York City was then only Manhattan, and cheap daily papers were a recent invention.
On May 9, the Herald headlined Clay’s Senate committee report finding that when Texas was admitted to the union, the resultant states (for it was then thought that the republic would not be admitted whole) should be allowed to determine their slave status themselves.
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 New York Herald Tribune Info - Bored Net - Boredom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The New York Herald Tribune was formed when the New York Tribune acquired the New York Herald.
After the death of publisher Ogden Mills Reid in 1947,the Herald Tribune, despite having leading writers and columnists, went into a decline under his widow Helen Rogers Reid, and sons Whitelaw Reid II and Ogden Rogers Reid (later a Congressman).
In 1958-59 the Reids sold control to John Hay Whitney, under whom the morning paper expired August 15, 1966 (its legal successor was briefly the afternoon New York World Journal Tribune, a three-way merger between the Herald Tribune, the Hearst Corporation-owned New York Journal American, and the Scripps-Howard-owned New York World-Telegram and Sun).
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 Newspaper Morgues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
During its years of publication, the Herald Tribune covered politics at the local, state, national, and international levels, as well as sports, New York culture and society, theater and the arts, and all of the major events of the day.
The NEW YORK JOURNAL AMERICAN morgue of approximately 9 million clippings was transferred to the Center for American History by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, which had received the morgue in 1967 and the
The NEW YORK TIMES newspaper morgue's 2,500 linear feet of subject files were donated to the Center for American History by the New York Times Corp. in 1998.
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 NEW YORK - [Sunday Herald]
In a grimly poetic twist, Rudolph Giuliani, the mayor who rallied New York in the months after September 11, in part by citing London’s stoicism during the Blitz, was at a meeting near Liverpool Street Station when he heard the explosions.
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On the same theme, Peter Bergen, in The New York Times, suggested that failure to integrate its Muslim population has turned Britain into one of the world’s greatest terrorist threats, pointing to a Guardian poll in which 13% of British Muslims said that further attacks by al-Qaeda on the US would be justified.
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 1869 New-York Herald
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New light is constantly being poured on the relations of man to the earth, the laws of his physical life and well being, the causes of disease, its prevention or cure.
Western New York is a rich country naturally, is central, and when once certain isms were started there one followed another as a natural consequence until that region has become the hotbed of them all, and of every new one that springs up.
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 The New York Herald
The New York Herald was launched in 1835 by James Gordon Bennett, a Scottish immigrant.
In 1840, the paper leaned toward the Whigs; in later years, during the Civil War, it took on a tone that was distinctly Democratic and sympathetic to the South.
September 9, 1839: The Herald attacks the editorial perspective and coverage of the Journal of Commerce.
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 The Cosmic Conspiracy - Appendix 1
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 Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide - New York Herald
The news from Spain, and the official letter of M. De Laval, of March 28th (No. 12) announces that an army is about to place itself on the line of the Pyrenees.
The assemblage of troops of different nations which has taken place in the new Kingdom of the Low Countries, and the numerous debarkations of English troops are known to your Majesty -- a private fact adds to the suspicion, that this assemblage is agreeable to the inclination of the sovereign of that country.
The sole and true end that foreign powers can promise themselves in the formation of a new coalition would be weakening and debasing France, and to bring about that end, the surest means in their view will be to force upon it a government without strength and without energy.
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 New York Herald Tribune   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 Topographical Engineers -- The New York Herald Reports
As this news is communicated to us in a heavy rain, and we are encamping in the midst of it No little excitement prevails in camp.
News reached the General late last night, that we would have a fight to-day in one of the mountain gorges, and our movement has been in a strict military manner.
While the Genral was proclaiming the conquest of New Mexico, as a part of the United States, the first gun was heard: "There," said he, "my guns proclaim that the flag of the U. floats over this capital." The people appeared satisfied.
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 New York Herald Tribute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 Marconi Company and Titanic Disaster Communication (1912)
The New York Herald seems to have been particularly interested in exposing how its rival, the New York Times, managed to get exclusive access to Harold Bride's personal account of the events.
The Herald publicized the fact that, while the Carpathia was making its way to New York with the survivors, American Marconi officials sent telegrams to the Marconi operators, instructing them to withhold some of what they knew about the disaster so that their reports could be sold.
Bottomley, in which he denies the sending of the messages was for the purpose of suppressing the news, and asserts that the company endeavored in get the details of the disaster.
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 math lessons - New York Herald Tribune
After the death of publisher Ogden Mills Reid in 1947, the Herald Tribune, despite having leading writers and columnists, went into a decline under his widow Helen Rogers Reid, and sons Whitelaw Reid II and Ogden Rogers Reid (later a Congressman).
Its legal successor was the short-lived afternoon newspaper New York World Journal Tribune, a three-way merger between the Herald Tribune, the Hearst Corporation-owned New York Journal American, and the Scripps-Howard -owned New York World-Telegram and Sun.
In 1967 the New York Times and Washington Post became joint owners with Whitney of the newspaper's European edition, the International Herald Tribune, which is still published.
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 All American: Colonial Journalism
In addition to the increased circulations, which would reach 77,000 for the Herald shortly before the Civil War, this period was noteworthy for the change in the content of newspapers.
Bennett, in particular, was a pioneer in broadening the scope and sharpening the appeal of newspaper reporting.
Whereas the early political papers were distinctive in their lively denunciations of opponents, the highlight of the Herald was its sensationalistic coverage of crime and other lurid subject matter.
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 A Life in the Culinary Front Lines - New York Times
She went to sea on the submarine Skipjack to see what sailors ate, rode the Katy railroad in the Midwest to see what its passengers were served and flew to London to attend a luncheon given at the Guildhall to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Her intensively researched articles in The New York Herald Tribune, the Sunday newspaper supplement This Week and Gourmet made hers a household name, as attested by a Peter Arno cartoon of that era showing a couple and their dog, the latter with the morning paper in its mouth.
But "The New York Times Cookbook" by Craig Claiborne, published in 1961, eventually eclipsed "How America Eats," helped by the fact that his newspaper stayed in business while hers folded in 1966.
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 Report of the New York Herald
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 New York Herald, August 19, 1901
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Newspapers like The New York Herald and The New York Daily Tribune were extremely popular.
Since their prices were low and they emphasized local news, human interest, and crime, both rich and poor pored through the pages.
For a time, The Herald was one of the most influential newspapers in America.
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This lovingly detailed valentine to its memory is written by a former reporter for the paper, who says that every time a newspaper dies, "the country moves a little closer to authoritarianism.
The Herald began in 1835, founded by James Gordon Bennett, a leading paper of the yellow journalism school.
A superlative and engrossing history of the New York Herald, the New York Tribune, the merged Herald - Tribune, and the rest of the New York newspaper scene from the mid 1800's to the 1960's.
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 Wikinfo | New York Herald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
In 2003, now owned 100% by the New York Times, the paper remains an important and influential English language paper, printed at 26 sites around the world and for sale in more than 180 countries.
You’ve heard the lyrics "Remember me in Herald Square".
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