4 edition of The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, 1917-1985 found in the catalog.
The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, 1917-1985
Mary E. Morrison
May 1986 by University Microfilms International .
Written in English
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"This collection assembles the texts of the awards for public service, local, national, and international reporting, editorials, cartoons, photographs, and, in recent years, criticism, commentary and feature writing.".
Joseph Pulitzer () Born in Austria-Hungary, the Jewish Pulitzer arrived in the US in at the age of In he became a reporter in St. Louis for the German-language newspaper Westliche Post.
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