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New York Tribune

New York Tribune was a daily newspaper published in New York in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Publication History

New York Tribune began in 1841 as the New-York Tribune. It was renamed the New-York Daily Tribune in 1842, and the New York Tribune in 1866. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is January 1, 1924 (v. 83 no. 28170). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from January 28, 1924. (More details) In 1924 it merged with the New York Herald to form the New York Herald Tribune, which ran until 1966.

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