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New York Tribune, 3 June

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Title: New York Tribune, 6-3-1917
Caption: Front page of the New York Tribune from 3 June 1917, prominently featuring a photograph of an American warship firing her guns
Description: 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.
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