Front page of the New York Tribune from 3 June 1917, prominently featuring a photograph of an American warship firing her guns
This front page of the Tribune is dedicated to the war effort. The large image of naval guns is captioned "One of Uncle Sam's hounds of the high seas firing a night salvo." Next to it is a picture of the former U.S. ambassador to Austria-Hungary, Frederick C. Panfield, who was recalled with American entry into the war. Below is a shot of the Princeton Aviation School, and below that a picture of part of the U.S. naval fleet docked in Charleston, Massachusetts. On the right are two shots from the European war, a partially-destroyed railway bridge and the iconic Eiffel Tower.