||New York Herald Tribune (New York City, New York)
||1926 - 1966
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The 'New York Herald Tribune' was a daily newspaper created in 1924 when the New York Tribune acquired the New York Herald.
Other predecessors, which had earlier merged into the New York Tribune, included the original The New Yorker newsweekly (unrelated to today's magazine of the same name), and the Whig Party's Log Cabin.
The paper was home to such writers as Dorothy Thompson, Red Smith, Richard Watts, Jr. and Walter Kerr and begat the International Herald Tribune and New York magazine.
The New York Herald Tribune ceased publication in August 1966.
The New York Herald Tribune was started by a merger of the New York Herald and the New-York Tribune in 1924.