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New York Herald (1835–1966)

To the Editor of the New York Herald, 19 February 1842

501. To the Editor of the New York Herald. 26 November

BENNETT, James Gordon (1841 - 1918), Proprietor of the New York Herald

RAWSTHORN, Alice (born 1958), Design Critic, International New York Times (formerly International Herald Tribune), since 2006

REID, Ogden (1882 - 1947), Owner and Editor of the New York Herald Tribune

SHELDON, Charles Monroe (1857 - 1946), Contributing Editor, Christian Herald, New York, since 1925

KLOPSCH, Louis (died 1910), editor and proprietor of the New York Christian Herald from 1892

HEARST, William Randolph (1863 - 1951), Ex-Representative in Congress; editor and proprietor of New York American, New York Evening Journal, Boston American, Boston Advertiser, Chicago Herald and Examiner, Chicago American, San Francisco Examiner, Los Angeles Examiner

DAVIS, Richard Harding (1864 - 1916), American novelist and playwright; Times war correspondent in Greek-Turkish war, Spanish-American war, and for the New York Herald in South African war, also in Russian-Japanese war, Spanish Cuban revolution, Matos revolution in Venezuela, American occupation of Vera Cruz, and representing Daily Chronicle with the allied armies in Belgium and France

CORTISSOZ, Royal (1869 - 1948), art critic New York Herald Tribune since 1891; Literary Editor also 1897–1913; Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Trustee of the American Academy in Rome; Hon. Fellow of the American Institute of Architects; Hon. Member of Architectural League of New York; and of Society of American Etchers; Hon. Fellow of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of National Sculpture Society; Trustee of Hispanic Society of America; Chevalier of the Order of Leopold of Belgium

 

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founded by James Gordon Bennett (1795–1872) as a penny daily of dignified standards, which, when they failed to bring an income, were changed to those of yellow journalism. His ...

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