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Pulitzer Prizes collection, 1917-2017

Summary Information

Abstract

This is the collection of Pulitzer Prizes winning exhibits and books from 1917 through 2017. In 2012 the Pulitzer Prizes switched from the bulky exhibits to an online system of submittal and judging.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1034
Bib ID 10208560 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Pulitzer Prize Board (Columbia University)
Title Pulitzer Prizes collection, 1917-2017
Physical Description 408 linear feet (368 Boxes)
Language(s) English .
Access

The following boxes are located off-site: 162-212; 362-365, 367-368. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

This collection has no restrictions.

Arrangement

Organized in five series:

This collection is arranged in five series.

Description

Scope and Content

The collection consists of prize-winning exhibits, although there are some exhibits which were awarded an honorable mention. Many of the exhibits are quite large and awkward to handle. In some cases the exhibit might be in a fragile condition and require delicate handling. In many cases, the exhibit is accompanied by an Entry Form, a Nominating Letter, a Photograph of the Winner, a short Biography of the Winner. The Photograph of the Winner is sometimes kept with the exhibit and sometimes the photograph has been removed and will be found in Series III: Photographs of Winners.

Using the Collection

Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Restrictions on Access

The following boxes are located off-site: 162-212; 362-365, 367-368. You will need to request this material from the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

This collection has no restrictions.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish material from the collection must be requested from the Curator of Manuscripts/University Archivist, Rare Book and Manuscript Library (RBML). The RBML approves permission to publish that which it physically owns; the responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Pulitzer Prizes Collection; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Related Materials

The Pulitzer Prizes Home Page. Click here to find out all about the Pulitzer Prizes, including how to submit, and to view the digital prizewinning entries since 2012.

The Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism Archives. Composed of the winning entries in the Journalism categories of the Prizes. For the years 1917 - 1995, winning entries are on microfilm.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers processed ptl 3/21/2013.

Revision Description

2013-03-22 File created by Patrick T. Lawlor

2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

Subject Headings

The subject headings listed below are found in this collection. Links below allow searches at Columbia University through the Archival Collections Portal and through CLIO, the catalog for Columbia University Libraries, as well as ArchiveGRID, a catalog that allows users to search the holdings of multiple research libraries and archives.

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Journalism -- Awards -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
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Pulitzer Prizes Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

The Pulitzer Prizes were established by Joseph Pulitzer, a Hungarian-American journalist and newspaper publisher, who left money to Columbia University upon his death in 1911. Pulitzer's endowment included the formation of the Pulitzer Prize for journalism, music, drama, and literature, established in 1917.

The Pulitzer Prize is administered by Columbia University.

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Series I: Letters, Drama, and Music


Subseries I.1: LB: Biography or Autobiography, 1917-present



Box 162 1917 Laura E. Richards and Maude Howe Elliott assisted by Florence Howe Hall Julia Ward Howe. 2 volumes, 1917


Box 162 1918 William Cabell Bruce Benjamin Franklin, Self-Revealed 2 volumes, 1918


Box 162 1919 Henry Adams The Education of Henry Adams, 1919


Box 162 1920 Albert J. Beveridge The Life of John Marshall, 4 vols. (with 2nd copy of Volume 4), 1920



Box 163 1921 Edward Bok The Americanization of Edward Bok, 1921


Box 163 1922 Hamlin Garland A Daughter of the Middle Border, 1922


Box 163 1923 Burton J. Hendrick The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, 1923


Box 163 1924 Michael Idvorsky Pupin From Immigrant to Inventor, 1924


Box 163 1925 M. A. Dewolfe Howe Barrett Wendell and His Letters, 1925


Box 163 1926 Harvey Cushing The Life of Sir William Osler, 2 vols., 1926



Box 164 1927 Emory Holloway Whitman, 1927


Box 164 1928 Charles Edward Russell The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas, 1928


Box 164 1929 Burton J. Hendrick The Training of an American: The Earlier Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, 1929


Box 164 1930 Marquis James The Raven: A Biography of Sam Houston, 1930


Box 164 1931 Henry James Charles W. Eliot 2 volumes, 1931


Box 164 1932 Henry F. Pringle Theodore Roosevelt, 1932


Box 164 1933 Allan Nevins Grover Cleveland, 1933



Box 165 1934 Tyler Dennett John Hay, 1934


Box 165 1935 Douglas S. Freeman R. E. Lee. In 4 volumes, 1935


Box 165 1936 Ralph Barton Perry The Thought and Character of William James. In 2 volumes, 1936


Box 165 1937 Allan Nevins Hamilton Fish, 1937



Box 166 1938 Marquis James Andrew Jackson, 2 vols., 1938


Box 166 1938 Odell Shepard Pedlar's Progress, 1938


Box 166 1939 Carl Van Doren Benjamin Franklin, 1939


Box 166 1940 Ray Stannard Baker Woodrow Wilson, Life and Letters. Vols. VII and VIII, 1940


Box 166 1941 Ola Elizabeth Winslow Jonathan Edwards 1703-1758, 1941


Box 166 1942 Forrest Wilson Crusader in Crinoline: The Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1942



Box 167 1943 Samuel Eliot Morison Admiral of the Ocean Sea: A Life of Christopher Columbus, 1943


Box 167 1944 Carleton Mabee The American Leonardo: The Life of Samuel F B. Morse, 1944


Box 167 1945 Russell Blaine Nye George Bancroft: Brahmin Rebel, 1945


Box 167 1946 Linnie Marsh Wolfe Son of the Wilderness: The Life of John Muir, 1946


Box 167 1947 William Allen White The Autobiography of William Allen White, 1947


Box 167 1948 Margaret Clapp Forgotten First Citizen: John Bigelow, 1948


Box 167 1949 Robert E. Sherwood Roosevelt and Hopkins, 1949


Box 167 1950 Samuel Flagg Bemis John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy, 1950


Box 167 1951 Margaret Louise Coit John C. Calhoun: American Portrait. Two copies, one republished with a new introduction by Clyde N. Wilson., 1951



Box 168 1952 Merlo J. Pusey Charles Evans Hughes. In 2 volumes, 1952


Box 168 1953 David J. May's Edmund Pendleton 1721-1803. In 2 volumes, 1953


Box 168 1954 Charles A. Lindbergh The Spirit of St. Louis, 1954


Box 168 1955 William S. White The Taft Story, 1955


Box 168 1956 Talbot Faulkner Hamlin Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1956


Box 168 1957 John F. Kennedy Profiles in Courage, 1957



Box 169 1958 Douglas Southall Freeman George Washington, Volumes I-VI, 1958



Box 170 1959 Arthur Walworth Woodrow Wilson, American Prophet, 1959


Box 170 1960 Samuel Eliot Morison John Paul Jones, 1960


Box 170 1961 David Donald Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War, 1961


Box 170 1963 Leon Edel Henry James. In 2 volumes., 1963


Box 170 1964 Walter Jackson Bate John Keats, 1964


Box 170 1965 Ernest Samuels Henry Adams. In 4 volumes, 1965



Box 171 1966 Arthur M. Schlesinger A Thousand Days, 1966


Box 171 1967 Justin Kaplan Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain, 1967


Box 171 1968 George F. Kennan Memoirs, 1925-1950, 1968


Box 171 1969 Benjamin Lawrence Reid The Man From New York: John Quinn and His Friends, 1969


Box 171 1970 T. Harry Williams Huey Long, 1970


Box 171 1971 Lawrance Thompson Robert Frost: The Years of Triumph, 1915-1938, 1971


Box 171 1972 Joseph P. Lash Eleanor and Franklin, 1972



Box 172 1973 W. A. Swanberg Luce and His Empire, 1973


Box 172 1974 Louis Sheaffer O'Neill, Son and Artist, 1974


Box 172 1976 R. W. B. Lewis Edith Wharton: A Biography, 1976


Box 172 1977 John E. Mack A Prince of Our Disorder: The Life of T. E. Lawrence, 1977


Box 172 1978 Walter Jackson Bate Samuel Johnson, 1978


Box 172 1980 Edmund Morris The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, 1980


Box 172 1981 Robert K. Massie Peter the Great: His Life and World, 1981



Box 173 1982 William McFeely Grant: A Biography, 1982


Box 173 1983 Russell Baker Growing Up, 1983


Box 173 1984 Louis R. Harlan Booker T. Washington: The Wizard of Tuskegee, 1901-1915, 1984


Box 173 1985 Kenneth Silverman The Life and Times of Cotton Mather, 1985


Box 173 1986 Elizabeth Frank Louise Bogan: A Portrait, 1986


Box 173 1987 David J. Garrow Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1987


Box 173 1988 David Herbert Donald Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe. 2 copies., 1988



Box 174 1989 Oscar Wilde by the late Richard Ellmann (Alfred A. Knopf). 2 copies., 1989


Box 174 1990 Sebastian de Grazia Machiavelli in Hell, 1990


Box 174 1991 Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith Jackson Pollock. 2 copies., 1991



Box 150 Folder 7 1991 Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith Jackson Pollock. Press Release from Potter News, April 9, 1991 re. the Pulitzer Prize being awarded to this biography., 1991, April 9, 1991



Box 174 1992 Lewis B. Puller Fortunate Son: The Healing of a Vietnam Vet, 1992


Box 174 1993 David McCullough Truman, 1993



Box 175 1994 David Levering Lewis W.E.B. Du Bois: Biography of a Race 1868-1919, 1994


Box 175 1995 Joan D. Hedrick Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life. 2 copies., 1995


Box 175 1996 Jack Miles God: A Biography, 1996


Box 175 1997 Frank McCourt Angela's Ashes: A Memoir, 1997


Box 175 1998 Katharine Graham Personal History, 1998


Box 175 1999 A. Scott Berg Lindbergh, 1999


Box 175 2000 Stacy Schiff Vera (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov), 2000



Box 176 2001 David Levering Lewis W.E.B. Du Bois: The Fight for Equality and the American Century, 1919-1963, 2001



Box 363 2002 John Adams by David McCullough (Simon & Schuster)., 2002


Box 363 2003 Master of the Senate by Robert A. Caro (Alfred A. Knopf)., 2003


Box 363 2004 Khrushchev: The Man and His Era by William Taubman.., 2004



Box 212 2005 Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan de Kooning: An American Master, 2005



Box 367 2005 Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan de Kooning: An American Master, 2005


Box 367 2006Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer. (Alfred A. Knopf), 2006



Box 364 2007 The Most Famous Man in America: The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher by Debby Applegate., 2007



Box 176 2008 John Matteson Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father, 2008


Box 176 2009 Jon Meacham American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House. An unflinching portrait of a not always admirable democrat but a pivotal president, written with an agile prose that brings the Jackson saga to life 3 copies., 2009


Box 176 2010 T.J. Stiles The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt. A penetrating portrait of a complex, self-made titan who revolutionized transportation, amassed vast wealth and shaped the economic world in ways still felt today., 2010


Box 176 2011 Ron Chernow Washington: A Life., 2011



Box 368 2012John Lewis Gaddis George F. Kennan: An American Life. (The Penguin Press), 2012


Box 368 2013Tom Reiss The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo. (Crown), 2013



Box 367 2015David I. Kertzer The Pope and Mussolini: The Secret History of Pius XI and the Rise of Fascism in Europe. (Random House), 2015



Box 368 2016William Finnegan Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life. (Penguin Press), 2016


Box 368 2017Hisham Matar The Return: Fathers, Sons and the Land in Between. (Random House), 2017


Subseries I.2: LP: Drama, 1917-present



Box 201 1918 Why Marry? by Jesse Lynch Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1918


Box 201 1920 Beyond the Horizon by Eugene O'Neill Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1920


Box 201 1921 Miss Lulu Bett by Zona Gale Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1921


Box 201 1922 Anna Christie by Eugene O'Neill. Typescript. Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1922


Box 201 1923 Icebound by Owen Davis Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1923


Box 201 1924 Hell-Bent Fer Heaven by Hatcher Hughes Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1924



Box 202 1925 They Knew What They Wanted by Sidney Howard Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1925


Box 202 1926 Craig's Wife by George Kelly Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1926


Box 202 1927 In Abraham's Bosom by Paul Green Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1927


Box 202 1928 Strange Interlude by Eugene O'Neill Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1928


Box 202 1929 Street Scene by Elmer L. Rice Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1929


Box 202 1930 The Green Pastures by Marc Connelly Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1930


Box 202 1931 Alison's House by Susan Glaspell Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1931


Box 202 1932 Of Thee I Sing by George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind and Ira Gershwin Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1932


Box 202 1933 Both Your Houses by Maxwell Anderson Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1933


Box 202 1934 Men in White by Sidney Kingsley Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1934


Box 202 1935 The Old Maid by Zoe Akins Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1935


Box 202 1936 Idiots Delight by Robert E. Sherwood Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1936


Box 202 1937 You Can't Take It With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1937



Box 203 1938 Our Town by Thornton Wilder Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1938


Box 203 1939 Abe Lincoln in Illinois by Robert E. Sherwood Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1939


Box 203 1940 The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1940


Box 203 1941 There Shall Be No Night by Robert E. Sherwood Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1941


Box 203 1943 The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder Williams (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1943


Box 203 1946 State of the Union by Russel Crouse and Howard Lindsay, 1946


Box 203 1959 J.B. by Archibald MacLeish, 1959



Box 140 Folder 16 1960 Fiorello! Book by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott, music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. LP gold record., 1960



Box 148 Folder 1 1962 How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying by Frank Loesser and Abe Burrows LP record in sleeve., 1962



Box 203 1967 A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee, 1967


Box 203 1969 The Great White Hope by Howard Sackler, 1969


Box 203 1970 No Place To Be Somebody by Charles Gordone, 1970


Box 203 1973 That Championship Season by Jason Miller, 1973



Box 150 Folder 8 1973 That Championship Season by Jason Miller. (Entry Form; Biography), 1973



Box 203 1975 Seascape by Edward Albee, 1975


Box 203 1980 Talley's Folly by Lanford Wilson, 1980


Box 203 1981 Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley Typescript (2 copies), paperback., 1981


Box 203 1982 A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller. Typescript (2 copies), 1982



Box 204 1982 A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller. Typescript (2 copies), 1982



Box 203 1983 Night, Mother by Marsha Norman, 1983



Box 204 1983 Night, Mother by Marsha Norman. Typescript., 1983


Box 204 1984 Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet. Typescript. And paperback, 1984



Box 149 Folder 4 1985 Sunday in the Park With George; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by James Lapine. T.ms. 125 pages, November 1983



Box 147 Folder 6 1985 Sunday in the Park With George; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Original Cast Recording LP, with insert.



Box 204 1989 The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein. Typescript, (With Entry Form)., 1989


Box 204 1990 The Piano Lesson by August Wilson. Typescript "Early Version 3/15/89", 1990



Box 205 1990 The Piano Lesson by August Wilson. Typescript, January 16, 1990. (With three stills from the Broadway production)., 1990



Box 204 1991 Lost in Yonkers by Neil Simon. Typescript., 1991


Box 204 1992 The Kentucky Cycle. Part Two by Robert Schenkkan. Typescript., 1992


Box 204 1992 The Kentucky Cycle. Part Two by Robert Schenkkan. Typescript. "Old Version"., 1992



Box 205 1992 The Kentucky Cycle. Part One by Robert Schenkkan. Typescript. "Intiman Version". (With Entry Form; Biography; Photograph), 1992


Box 205 1992 The Kentucky Cycle. Part One by Robert Schenkkan. Typescript. "Old Version"., 1992



Box 204 1993 Angels in America: Part I: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner. Typescript "MTF/Fall '92 Draft". 2 copies., 1993


Box 204 1993 Angels in America: Part I: Millennium Approaches by Tony Kushner. Typescript, 1993


Box 204 1993 Angels in America: Part II: Perestroika by Tony Kushner. Typescript. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1993


Box 204 1993 Angels in America: Part II: Perestroika by Tony Kushner. Typescript, "Production Draft 11/11"., 1993


Box 204 1993 Angels in America: Part II: Perestroika by Tony Kushner. Typescript, "Final Draft 11/18/93"., 1993



Box 205 1993 Angels in America Mark Taper Forum. Seventeen clips (Video cassette, VHS), 1993


Box 205 1994 Three Tall Women by Edward Albee Typescript, 1991, 1994, 1991


Box 205 1994 Three Tall Women by Edward Albee Typescript (photocopy), 1991, 1994, 1991


Box 205 1995 The Young Man From Atlanta by Horton Foote Typescript, 1995


Box 205 1995 The Young Man From Atlanta by Horton Foote (Photograph, Still from Production; Press Release; List of Plays and Films; Brochure), 1995


Box 205 1998 How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel. Typescript, Fourth Draft, November 1997 (With Brochure; Biography), 1998, November 1997


Box 205 1998 How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel. Typescript, Fourth Draft, November 1997., 1998


Box 205 1999 Wit by Margaret Edson. Typescript., 1999


Box 205 2000 Dinner With Friends by Donald Margulies. Typescript (With Playbill and press release), 2000


Box 205 2001 Proof by David Auburn. Typescript., 2001



Box 365 2007 Rabbit Hole Play by David Lindsay-Abaire, January 31, 2006., 2007



Box 149 Folder 2 2008 August: Osage County by Tracy Letts Bound photocopy of script, 2008



Box 365 August: Osage County by Tracy Letts, 2008



Box 149 Folder 9 2009 Ruined by Lynn Nottage., 2009

A searing drama set in chaotic Congo that compels audiences to face the horror of wartime rape and brutality while still finding affirmation of life and hope amid hopelessness.



Box 365 2009 Ruined Play by Lynn Nottage, November 2008, 2009

A searing drama set in chaotic Congo that compels audiences to face the horror of wartime rape and brutality while still finding affirmation of life and hope amid hopelessness.



Box 157 Folder 2 2010 Next to Normal, music by Tom Kitt, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey. A powerful rock musical that grapples with mental illness in a suburban family and expands the scope of subject matter for musicals. Booklet and two CDs in presentation binder.



Box 149 Folder 1 2010 Next to Normal, 82 page print-out of script.



Box 365 2010 Next to Normal Libretto by Brian Yorkey, 2009

A powerful rock musical that grapples with mental illness in a suburban family and expands the scope of subject matter for musicals.



Box 150 Folder 5 2011 Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris. Print-out of script, 101 pages., 2011



Box 365 2011 Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris, 2010., 2011

A powerful work whose memorable characters speak in witty and perceptive ways to America's sometimes toxic struggle with race and class consciousness


Box 365 2012 Water by the Spoonful Play by Quiara Alegria Hudes, October 26, 2011, 2012


Box 365 2013 Disgraced by Ayad Akhtar., 2013

A moving play that depicts a successful corporate lawyer painfully forced to consider why he has for so long camouflaged his Pakistani Muslim heritage.


Box 365 2015 Between Riverside and Crazy by Stephen Adly Guirgis, 2014, 2015

A nuanced, beautifully written play about a retired police officer faced with eviction that uses dark comedy to confront questions of life and death.


Box 365 2015 Between Riverside and Crazy by Stephen Adly Guirgis, 2014. CD, 2015


Box 365 2016 Hamilton: An American Musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, June 18, 2015. Libretto, inscribed by the author., 2016

A landmark American musical about the gifted and self-destructive founding father whose story becomes both contemporary and irresistible.


Subseries I.3: Fiction, 1948-present (The Novel category was re-named Fiction in 1947)



Box 191 1948 Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener (Macmillan), 1948


Box 191 1949 Guard of Honor by James Gould Cozzens (Harcourt), 1949


Box 191 1950 The Way West by A. B. Guthrie (Sloane), 1950


Box 191 1951 The Town by Conrad Richter (Knopf), 1951


Box 191 1952 The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk (Doubleday), 1952



Box 192 1953 The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway (Scribner), 1953


Box 192 1955 A Fable by William Faulkner (Random), 1955


Box 192 1956 Andersonville by MacKinlay Kantor (World), 1956


Box 192 1958 A Death In The Family by the late James Agee (a posthumous publication) (McDowell, Obolensky), 1958


Box 192 1959 The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters by Robert Lewis Taylor (Doubleday), 1959


Box 192 1960 Advise and Consent by Allen Drury (Doubleday), 1960


Box 192 1961 To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee (Lippincott), 1961


Box 192 1962 The Edge of Sadness by Edwin O'Connor (Little), 1962


Box 192 1963 The Reivers by William Faulkner (Random), 1963


Box 192 1965 The Keepers Of The House by Shirley Ann Grau (Random), 1965



Box 193 1966 Collected Stories by Katherine Anne Porter (Harcourt), 1966


Box 193 1967 The Fixer by Bernard Malamud (Farrar), 1967


Box 193 1968 The Confessions of Nat Turner by William Styron (Random), 1968


Box 193 1969 House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday (Harper), 1969


Box 193 1970 Collected Stories by Jean Stafford (Farrar), 1970


Box 193 1972 Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner (Doubleday), 1972


Box 193 1973 The Optimist's Daughter by Eudora Welty (Random), 1973


Box 193 1975 The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara (McKay), 1975


Box 193 1976 Humboldt's Gift by Saul Bellow (Viking), 1976


Box 193 1978 Elbow Room by James Alan McPherson (Atlantic Monthly Press), 1978



Box 194 1979 The Stories of John Cheever by John Cheever (Knopf), 1979


Box 194 1980 The Executioner's Song by Norman Mailer (Little), 1980


Box 194 1981 A Confederacy of Dunces by the late John Kennedy Toole (a posthumous publication) (Louisiana State U. Press), 1981


Box 194 1982 Rabbit Is Rich by John Updike (Knopf). 2 copies., 1982


Box 194 1983 The Color Purple by Alice Walker (Harcourt Brace), 1983


Box 194 1984 Ironweed by William Kennedy (Viking), 1984


Box 194 1985 Foreign Affairs by Alison Lurie (Random House), 1985


Box 194 1986 Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry (Simon & Schuster), 1986



Box 195 1987 A Summons to Memphis by Peter Taylor (Alfred A. Knopf), 1987


Box 195 1988 Beloved by Toni Morrison (Alfred A. Knopf). 2 copies., 1988


Box 195 1989 Breathing Lessons by Anne Tyler (Alfred A. Knopf), 1989


Box 195 1990 The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love by Oscar Hijuelos (Farrar), 1990


Box 195 1991 Rabbit At Rest by John Updike (Alfred A. Knopf). 2 copies., 1991


Box 195 1992 A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley (Alfred A. Knopf), 1992


Box 195 1993 A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain by Robert Olen Butler (Henry Holt), 1993


Box 195 1994 The Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx (Charles Scribner's Sons). 2 copies., 1994



Box 196 1995 The Stone Diaries by Carol Shields (Viking). 2 copies., 1995


Box 196 1996 Independence Day by Richard Ford (Alfred A. Knopf), 1996


Box 196 1997 Martin Dressler: The Tale of an American Dreamer by Steven Millhauser (Crown), 1997


Box 196 1998 American Pastoral by Philip Roth (Houghton Mifflin), 1998


Box 196 1999 The Hours by Michael Cunningham (Farrar, Straus & Giroux), 1999


Box 196 2000 Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri (Mariner Books/Houghton Mifflin), 2000


Box 196 2001 The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay by Michael Chabon (Random House), 2001



Box 363 2003 Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides., 2003



Box 364 2005 Gilead by Marilynne Robinson., 2005


Box 364 2006 March by Geraldine Brooks., 2006



Box 196 2008 The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz (Riverhead Books), 2008



Box 149 Folder 3 2008 The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz (Riverhead Books). Supporting material: Advertisements, reviews, articles). 1 folder, 2008



Box 211 2009 Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout (Random House). A collection of 13 short stories set in small-town Maine that packs a cumulative emotional wallop, bound together by polished prose and by Olive, the title character, blunt, flawed and fascinating., 2009



Box 196 2010 Tinkers by Paul Harding (Bellevue Literary Press). A powerful celebration of life in which a New England father and son, through suffering and joy, transcend their imprisoning lives and offer new ways of perceiving the world and mortality., 2010


Box 196 2011 A Visit from the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan, 2011



Box 367 2013 The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson (Random House), 2013


Box 367 2016 The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen (Grove Press), 2016


Subseries I.4: General Nonfiction, 1962-present



Box 196 1962 Theodore H. White The Making of the President 1960, 1962



Box 197 1963 Barbara W. Tuchman The Guns of August, 1963


Box 197 1964 Richard Hofstadter Anti-Intellectualism in American Life. Paperback., 1964


Box 197 1965 Howard Mumford Jones O Strange New World, 1965


Box 197 1966 Edwin Way Teale Wandering Through Winter, 1966


Box 197 1967 David Brion Davis The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture, 1967


Box 197 1968 Will and Ariel Durant Rousseau And Revolution, The Tenth And Concluding Volume Of The Story Of Civilization, 1968



Box 211 1969 Norman Mailer The Armies Of The Night, 1969



Box 197 1969 Rene Jules Dubos So Human An Animal, 1969


Box 197 1970 Erik H. Erikson Gandhi's Truth. 2 copies., 1970



Box 211 1971 John Toland The Rising Sun, 1971



Box 197 1972 Barbara W. Tuchman Stilwell and the American Experience in China, 1911-1945, 1972



Box 198 1973 Frances Fitzgerald Fire in the Lake: The Vietnamese and the Americans in Vietnam, 1973



Box 197 1973 Robert Coles Children of Crisis, Vols. II and III, 1973



Box 198 1974 The Denial of Death by the late Ernest Becker (Free Press/Macmillan), 1974


Box 198 1975 Annie Dillard Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, 1975


Box 198 1976 Robert N. Butler Why Survive Being Old In America, 1976


Box 198 1977 William W. Warner Beautiful Swimmers, 1977


Box 198 1978 Carl Sagan The Dragons of Eden, 1978


Box 198 1979 Edward O. Wilson On Human Nature, 1979


Box 198 1980 Douglas R. Hofstadter Godel, Escher, Bach: an Eternal Golden Braid, 1980


Box 198 1981 Carl E. Schorske Fin-De Siecle Vienna: Politics And Culture, 1981


Box 198 1982 Tracy Kidder The Soul of A New Machine, 1982


Box 198 1983 Susan Sheehan Is There No Place On Earth For Me, 1983



Box 199 1984 Paul Starr The Social Transformation Of American Medicine, 1984


Box 199 1985 Studs Terkel The Good War: An Oral History of World War Two, 1985


Box 199 1986 Joseph Lelyveld Move Your Shadow: South Africa, Black and White, 1986


Box 199 1987 David K. Shipler Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land, 1987


Box 199 1988 Richard Rhodes The Making of the Atomic Bomb, 1988


Box 199 1989 Neil Sheehan A Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann and America in Vietnam. 2 copies., 1989


Box 199 1990 Dale Maharidge and Michael Williamson And Their Children After Them. 2 copies., 1990



Box 200 1991 Bert Holldobler and Edward O. Wilson The Ants. 2 copies., 1991


Box 200 1992 Daniel Yergin The Prize: The Epic Quest For Oil, Money & Power, 1992


Box 200 1993 Garry Wills Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America, 1993


Box 200 1994 David Remnick Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days Of The Soviet Empire, 1994


Box 200 1995 Jonathan Weiner The Beak Of The Finch: A Story Of Evolution In Our Time, 1995


Box 200 1996 Tina Rosenberg The Haunted Land: Facing Europe's Ghosts After Communism, 1996


Box 200 1997 Richard Kluger Ashes To Ashes: America's Hundred-Year Cigarette War, The Public Health, And The Unabashed Triumph Of Philip Morris, 1997


Box 200 1998 Jared Diamond Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies, 1998


Box 200 1999 John McPhee Annals of the Former World, 1999



Box 201 2000 John W. Dower Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II, 2000


Box 201 2001 Herbert P. Bix Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan, 2001



Box 367 2002Diane McWhorter Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama, the Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution. (Simon & Schuster), 2002



Box 364 2003 A Problem from Hell by Samantha Power., 2003


Box 364 2004 Gulag: A History by Anne Applebaum., 2004


Box 364 2005 Ghost Wars by Steve Coll., 2005



Box 363 2006 Imperial Reckoning: The Untold Story of Britain's Gulag in Kenya by Caroline Elkins (Henry Holt)., 2006



Box 212 2007 Lawrence Wright The Looming Tower: Al-Qaeda and the Road to 9/11, 2007



Box 201 2008 Saul Friedländer The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. Two copies, 2008



Box 211 2009 Douglas A. Blackmon Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II. A precise and eloquent work that examines a deliberate system of racial suppression and that rescues a multitude of atrocities from virtual obscurity., 2009



Box 201 2010 David E. Hoffman The Dead Hand: The Untold Story of the Cold War Arms Race and Its Dangerous Legacy. A well documented narrative that examines the terrifying doomsday competition between two superpowers and how weapons of mass destruction still imperil humankind., 2010


Box 201 2011 Siddhartha Mukherjee The Emperor of All Maladies., 2011



Box 368 2012Stephen Greenblatt The Swerve: How the World Became Modern. (W.W. Norton & Company), 2012


Box 368 2014Dan Fagin Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation. (Bantam Books), 2014


Box 368 2016Joby Warrick Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS. (Doubleday), 2016


Subseries I.5: History, 1917-present



Box 176 1917 With Americans of Past and Present Days by His Excellency J.J. Jusserand, 1917


Box 176 1918 A History of the Civil War, 1861-1865 by James Ford Rhodes (Macmillan), 1918



Box 177 1920 The War with Mexico, 2 vols. by Justin H. Smith (Macmillan)


Box 177 1921 The Victory at Sea by William Sowden Sims in collaboration with Burton J. Hendrick (Doubleday), 1921


Box 177 1922 The Founding of New England by James Truslow Adams (Little), 1922


Box 177 1923 The Supreme Court in United States History by Charles Warren (Little). In 3 volumes., 1923


Box 177 1924 The American Revolution--A Constitutional Interpretation by Charles Howard McIlwain (Macmillan), 1924


Box 177 1925 History of the American Frontier by Frederic L. Paxson (Houghton), 1925


Box 177 1926 A History of the United States by Edward Channing (Macmillan), 1926



Box 178 1927 Pinckney's Treaty by Samuel Flagg Bemis (Johns Hopkins), 1927


Box 178 1928 Main Currents in American Thought, 2 vols. by Vernon Louis Parrington (Harcourt)


Box 178 1929 The Organization and Administration of the Union Army, 1861-1865 by Fred Albert Shannon (A.H. Clark) In 2 volumes., 1929


Box 178 1930 The War of Independence by Claude H. Van Tyne (Houghton), 1930


Box 178 1931 The Coming of the War 1914 by Bernadotte E. Schmitt (Scribner). In 2 volumes., 1931



Box 179 1932 My Experiences in the World War by John J. Pershing (Stokes). In 2 volumes, 1932


Box 179 1933 The Significance of Sections in American History by Frederick J. Turner (Holt), 1933


Box 179 1934 The People's Choice by Herbert Agar (Houghton), 1934


Box 179 1935 The Colonial Period of American History by Charles McLean Andrews (Yale Univ. Press), 1935


Box 179 1936 A Constitutional History of the United States by Andrew C. McLaughlin (Appleton), 1936


Box 179 1937 The Flowering of New England 1815-1865 by Van Wyck Brooks (Dutton), 1937


Box 179 1938 The Road to Reunion, 1865-1900 by Paul Herman Buck (Little), 1938


Box 179 1939 A History of American Magazines by Frank Luther Mott (Harvard Univ. Press). In 3 volumes., 1939



Box 180 1940 Abraham Lincoln: The War Years by Carl Sandburg (Harcourt), 1940


Box 180 1941 The Atlantic Migration, 1607-1860 by Marcus Lee Hansen (Harvard Univ. Press), 1941


Box 180 1942 Reveille in Washington, 1860-1865 by Margaret Leech (Harper), 1942


Box 180 1943 Paul Revere and the World He Lived In by Esther Forbes (Houghton), 1943


Box 180 1944 The Growth of American Thought by Merle Curti (Harper), 1944



Box 181 1945 Unfinished Business by Stephen Bonsal (Doubleday), 1945


Box 181 1946 The Age of Jackson by Arthur Meier Schlesinger, 1946


Box 181 1947 Scientists Against Time by James Phinney Baxter 3rd (Little), 1947


Box 181 1948 Across the Wide Missouri by Bernard Devoto (Houghton), 1948


Box 181 1949 The Disruption of American Democracy by Roy Franklin Nichols (Macmillan), 1949


Box 181 1950 Art and Life in America by Oliver W. Larkin (Rinehart), 1950


Box 181 1951 The Old Northwest, Pioneer Period 1815-1840 by R. Carlyle Buley (Towers). In 2 volumes., 1951


Box 181 1952 The Uprooted by Oscar Handlin (Little), 1952


Box 181 1953 The Era of Good Feelings by George Dangerfield (Harcourt), 1953



Box 182 1954 A Stillness at Appomattox by Bruce Catton (Doubleday), 1954


Box 182 1955 Great River: The Rio Grande in North American History by Paul Horgan (Rinehart). In 2 volumes., 1955


Box 182 1956 The Age of Reform by Richard Hofstadter (Knopf), 1956


Box 182 1957 Russia Leaves the War: Soviet-American Relations, 1917-192O by George F. Kennan (Princeton Univ. Press), 1957


Box 182 1958 Banks and Politics in America by Bray Hammond (Princeton Univ. Press), 1958


Box 182 1959 The Republican Era: l869-1901 by Leonard D. White, 1959


Box 182 1960 In the Days of McKinley by Margaret Leech (Harper), 1960


Box 182 1961 Between War and Peace: The Potsdam Conference by Herbert Feis (Princeton Univ. Press), 1961



Box 183 1962 The Triumphant Empire: Thunder-Clouds Gather in the West 1763-1766 by Lawrence H. Gipson (Knopf), 1962


Box 183 1963 Washington, Village and Capital, 1800-1878 by Constance McLaughlin Green (Princeton Univ. Press). In 2 volumens., 1963


Box 183 1964 Puritan Village: The Formation of a New England Town by Sumner Chilton Powell (Wesleyan Univ. Press), 1964


Box 183 1965 The Greenback Era by Irwin Unger (Princeton Univ. Press), 1965


Box 183 1966 The Life of the Mind in America by the late Perry Miller (Harcourt), 1966


Box 183 1967 Exploration and Empire: The Explorer and the Scientist in the Winning of the American West by William H. Goetzmann (Knopf), 1967


Box 183 1968 The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution by Bernard Bailyn (Harvard Univ. Press), 1968


Box 183 1969 Origins of the Fifth Amendment by Leonard W. Levy (Oxford Univ. Press), 1969



Box 184 1970 Present At The Creation: My Years In The State Department by Dean Acheson (Norton), 1970


Box 184 1971 Roosevelt: The Soldier Of Freedom by James MacGregor Burns (Harcourt), 1971


Box 184 1972 Neither Black Nor White by Carl N. Degler (Macmillan). Paperback, 1972


Box 184 1973 People of Paradox: An Inquiry Concerning the Origins of American Civilization by Michael Kammen (Knopf), 1973


Box 184 1974 The Americans: The Democratic Experience by Daniel J. Boorstin (Random), 1974


Box 184 1975 Jefferson and His Time, Vols. I-V by Dumas Malone (Little), 1975



Box 185 1976 Lamy of Santa Fe by Paul Horgan (Farrar), 1976


Box 185 1977 The Impending Crisis, 1841-1867 by David M. Potter (Harper), 1977


Box 185 1978 The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business by Alfred D. Chandler, 1978


Box 185 1979 The Dred Scott Case by Don E. Fehrenbacher (Oxford Univ. Press), 1979


Box 185 1980 Been in the Storm So Long by Leon F. Litwack (Knopf), 1980


Box 185 1981 American Education: The National Experience, 1783-1876 by Lawrence A. Cremin (Harper & Row), 1981


Box 185 1982 Mary Chesnut's Civil War edited by C. Vann Woodward (Yale U. Press). Two copies., 1982



Box 186 1983 The Transformation of Virginia, 1740-1790 by Rhys L. Isaac (U. North Carolina Press), 1983


Box 186 1985 Prophets of Regulation by Thomas K. McCraw (Belknap/Harvard), 1985


Box 186 1986 ...the Heavens and the Earth: A Political History of the Space Age by Walter A. McDougall (Basic Books), 1986


Box 186 1987 Voyagers to the West: A Passage in the Peopling of America on the Eve of the Revolution by Bernard Bailyn (Alfred A. Knopf), 1987


Box 186 1988 The Launching of Modern American Science 1846-1876 by Robert V. Bruce (Alfred A. Knopf). Two copies., 1988


Box 186 1989 Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era by James M. McPherson (Oxford University Press). Two copies., 1989



Box 187 1989 Parting the Waters: America in the King Years 1954-1963 by Taylor Branch (Simon and Schuster). Two copies, 1989


Box 187 1990 In Our Image: America's Empire in the Philippines by Stanley Karnow (Random House), 1990


Box 187 1991 A Midwife's Tale by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich (Alfred A. Knopf). Two copies., 1991


Box 187 1993 The Radicalism of the American Revolution by Gordon S. Wood (Alfred A. Knopf), 1993


Box 187 1995 No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II by Doris Kearns Goodwin (Simon & Schuster), 1995


Box 187 1996 William Cooper's Town: Power and Persuasion on the Frontier of the Early American Republic by Alan Taylor (Alfred A. Knopf), 1996


Box 187 1997 Original Meanings: Politics and Ideas in the Making of the Constitution by Jack N. Rakove (Alfred A. Knopf), 1997



Box 188 1998 Summer for the Gods: The Scopes Trial and America's Continuing Debate Over Science and Religion by Edward J. Larson (BasicBooks), 1998


Box 188 1999 Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898 by Edwin G. Burrows and Mike Wallace (Oxford University Press), 1999


Box 188 2000 Freedom From Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929-1945 by David M. Kennedy (Oxford University Press), 2000


Box 188 2001 Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation by Joseph J. Ellis (Alfred A. Knopf), 2001



Box 364 2002 The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America by Louis Menand., 2002



Box 363 2003 An Army at Dawn: The War in North Africa, 1942-1943 by Rick Atkinson (Henry Holt and Company)., 2003


Box 363 2004 A Nation Under Our Feet: Black Political Struggles in the Rural South from Slavery to the Great Migration by Steven Hahn (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press)., 2004



Box 211 2005 Washington's Crossing by David Hackett Fischer (Oxford University Press), 2005



Box 212 2006 Polio: An American Story by David M. Oshinsky (Oxford University Press), 2006



Box 363 2007 The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation by Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff., 2007



Box 188 2008 What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848 by Daniel Walker Howe (Oxford University Press), 2008



Box 212 2009 The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family by Annette Gordon-Reed. (W.W. Norton & Company). A painstaking exploration of a sprawling multi-generation slave family that casts provocative new light on the relationship between Sally Hemings and her master, Thomas Jefferson., 2009



Box 188 2010 Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World by Liaquat Ahamed (The Penguin Press). "Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World," by Liaquat Ahamed (The Penguin Press), a compelling account of how four powerful bankers played crucial roles in triggering the Great Depression and ultimately transforming the United States into the world's financial leader., 2010


Box 188 2011 The Fiery Trial; Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery by Eric Foner, 2011



Box 367 2012 Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention by Manning Marable. (Viking), 2012


Box 367 2015 Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of the Mandan People by Elizabeth A. Fenn. (Hill and Wang), 2015



Box 368 2016 Custer's Trials: A Life on the Frontier of a New America by T.J. Stiles. (Alfred A. Knopf), 2016


Box 368 2017 Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy by Heather Ann Thompson. (Pantheon), 2017


Subseries I.6: Music, 1943-present



Box 251 1943 Secular Cantata No. 2. A Free Song by William Schuman Performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra and published by G. Schirmer, Inc., New York. Printed. In CMI Box., 1943



Box 109 1966 Variations for Orchestra by Leslie Bassett First performed in the United States by Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia on October 22, 1965. Two Phonograph record: 1. "Premier Test Pressing"; 2. CRI Composers Recordins, Inc. CRI 203 (in jacket)., 1966



Box 97 1968 Echoes of Time and the River by George Crumb An orchestral suite first performed on May 26, 1967 by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Mandel Hall, University of Chicago, having been commissioned by the University in connection with the celebration of its 75th anniversary., 1968, May 26, 1967



Box 158 Folder 4 1968 Echoes of Time and the River by George Crumb. Reel to reel tape ¼ in x 1200 ft., 1968, 1200



Box 147 Folder 7 1970 Time's Encomium by Charles Wuorinen Premiered in its entirety at the Berkshire Music Festival on August 16, 1969. LP record in sleeve., 1970



Box 158 Folder 2 1970 Time's Encomium by Charles Wuorinen. Reel to reel tape ¼ in x 1200 ft., 1970, 1200


Box 158 Folder 1 1967 Quartet No. 3 by Leon Kirchner First performed by the Beaux Arts Quartet in Town Hall, January 27, 1967. Reel to reel tape ¼ in x 1200 ft., 1967, 1200



Box 99 1971 Synchronisms No. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sound (1970) by Mario Davidovsky Premiered August 19, 1970 at the Berkshire Music Festival. (With Photograph; Biography)., 1971, August 19, 1970



Box 159 Folder 1 1971 Synchronisms No. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sound (1970) by Mario Davidovsky. Reel-to-reel tape (71/2" stereo half-track), 1971



Box 158 Folder 5 1972 Windows by Jacob Druckman Premiered by the Chicago Symphony on March 16, 1972 at Orchestra Hall, Chicago. Reel to reel tape ¼ in x 1200 ft., March 16, 1972



Box 365 1972 Windows Score by Jacob Druckman (Premiere by Chicago Symphony on March 16, 1972, Orchestra Hall, Chicago), 1972



Box 99 1969 String Quartet No. 3 by Karel Husa First performed at the Goodman Theater, Chicago, on October 14, 1968 by the Fine Arts Quartet., 1969, October 14, 1968



Box 158 Folder 3 1969 String Quartet No. 3 by Karel Husa. Reel to reel tape ¼ in x 1200 ft., 1969, 1200



Box 97 1974 Notturno by Donald Martino A chamber music piece commissioned by the Walter W. Naumburg Foundation and first performed May 15, 1973 a Alice Tully Hall, New York City, by Speculum Musicae., 1974, May 15, 1973



Box 103 1974 Notturno by Donald Martino A chamber music piece commissioned by the Walter W. Naumburg Foundation and first performed May 15, 1973 a Alice Tully Hall, New York City, by Speculum Musicae. Nominating material (With Biography; Photograph), 1974, May 15, 1973



Box 158 Folder 6 1974 Notturno by Donald Martino. Reel-to-reel tape. 5"., 1974



Box 150 Folder 1 1975 From the Diary of Virginia Woolf by Dominick Argento For medium voice and piano, commissioned by the Schubert Club of St. Paul, and premiered January 5, 1975 in Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis Score, published by Boosey & Hawkes., 1975, January 5, 1975



Box 159 Folder 5 1975 From the Diary of Virginia Woolf by Dominick Argento. Reel-to-reel tape (7.5 ips), 1975



Box 98 1976 Air Music by Ned Rorem First performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra on December 5, 1975. It is subtitled "Ten Etudes of Orchestra." (With Entry Form; Photograph; Printed Biography)., 1976



Box 159 Folder 4 1976 Air Music by Ned Rorem. Reel-to-reel tape (7.5 ips), 1976



Box 97 1973 String Quartet No. 3 by Elliott Carter Premiered by the Juilliard String Quartet at Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, on January 23, 1973. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Information about E. Carter; Printed Photograph)., 1973



Box 159 Folder 2 1973 String Quartet No. 3 by Elliott Carter. Reel-to-reel tape., 1973



Box 114 1977 Visions of Terror and Wonder by Richard Wernick For mezzo-soprano and orchestra, premiered at the Aspen Music Festival, July 19, 1976. It was commissioned by the Festival's Conference on Contemporary Music, with assistance from the National Endowment for the Arts. Score (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Career Summary), 1977



Box 159 Folder 3 1977 Visions of Terror and Wonder by Richard Wernick. Reel-to-reel tape (71/2 ips), 1977



Box 114 1978 Déjà Vu for Percussion Quartet and Orchestra by Michael Colgrass Commissioned by the New York Philharmonic and premiered by that orchestra October 20, 1977. Score, 1978



Box 118 1978 Déjà Vu for Percussion Quartet and Orchestra by Michael Colgrass. Printed Score by Carl Fischer, Inc., 1978



Box 159 Folder 6 1978 Déjà Vu for Percussion Quartet and Orchestra by Michael Colgrass. Reel-to-reel tape (7.5 ips), 1978



Box 114 1979 Aftertones of Infinity by Joseph Schwantner First performed by the American Composers Orchestra on January 29, 1979 in Alice Tully Hall New York City. Score (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Resume), 1979, January 29, 1979



Box 160 Folder 2 1979 Aftertones of Infinity by Joseph Schwantner. Reel-to-reel tape (7.5 ips). American Composers Orchestra Concert, January 29, 1979., 1979



Box 132 1980 In Memory of a Summer Day by David Del Tredici A work for soprano solo and orchestra, commissioned by the St. Louis Symphony for its 100th anniversary and premiered by that orchestra on February23, 1980. Score, published by Boosey and Hawkes, Inc., 1980



Box 160 Folder 3 1980 In Memory of a Summer Day by David Del Tredici. Cassette tape., 1980



Box 131 1982 Concerto for Orchestra by Roger Sessions First performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra on October 23, 1981 Seiji Ozawa, conductor. Manuscript Score, inscribed by Sessions to Ozawa., 1982, October 23, 1981



Box 160 Folder 4 1982 Concerto for Orchestra by Roger Sessions. Cassette tape., 1982



Box 133 1983 Symphony No. I (Three Movements for Orchestra) by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra and premiered by that orchestra on May 5, 1982 in Alice Tully Hall, New York City. Score published by Margun Music, Inc., 1983, May 5, 1982



Box 132 1983 Symphony No. I (Three Movements for Orchestra) by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich Commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra and premiered by that orchestra on May 5, 1982 in Alice Tully Hall, New York City. Score published by Margun Music, Inc., 1983, May 5, 1982



Box 160 Folder 5 1983 Symphony No. I (Three Movements for Orchestra) by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. Cassette cape., 1983



Box 132 1984 Canti del Sole for Tenor and Orchestra by Bernard Rands Premiered by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra on June 8, 1983. Score, published by Universal Edition, London., 1984



Box 160 Folder 6 1984 Canti del Sole for Tenor and Orchestra by Bernard Rands. Cassette tape., 1984



Box 132 1985 Symphony, RiverRun by Stephen Albert Premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra on January 17, 1985. Score, printed by Circle Blue Print Co., Inc., 1985



Box 133 1985 Symphony, RiverRun by Stephen Albert Premiered by the National Symphony Orchestra on January 17, 1985. Supporting material: Stagebill. Kennedy Center., 1985



Box 160 Folder 7 1985 Symphony, RiverRun by Stephen Albert. Cassette tape., 1985



Box 133 1987 The Flight Into Egypt by John Harbison Premiered by the Cantata Singers and Ensemble on November 21, 1986 at the New England Conservatory in Boston., 1987, November 21, 1986



Box 134 1989 Whispers Out of Time by Roger Reynolds Premiered on December 11, 1988 at Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst College, Massachusetts. Score published by C.F. Peters Corporation., 1989, December 11, 1988


Box 134 1989 Profile of a Composer: Roger Reynolds (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1989



Box 252 1990 "Duplicates": A Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra by Mel Powell Premiered by the Los Angeles Philharmonic on January 26, 1990. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographic Profile. In CMI Box., 1990



Box 130 1991 Symphony by Shulamit Ran Commissioned by The Philadelphia Orchestra and premiered by that orchestra on October 19, 1990. Score., 1991


Box 130 1992 The Face of the Night, The Heart of the Dark by Wayne Peterson Premiered on October 17, 1991 by the San Francisco Symphony. Score, published by Judy Green Music., 1992, October 17, 1991



Box 134 1992 The Face of the Night, The Heart of the Dark by Wayne Peterson. Stagebill, February1991 for Carnegie Hall., 1992, February1991


Box 134 1994 Of Reminiscences and Reflections by Gunther Schuller Premiered on December 2, 1993 in Louisville, Ky. Performed and commissioned by The Louisville Orchestra. Score, printed by Associated Music Publishers, Inc. (With Entry Form), 1994, December 2, 1993



Box 161 Folder 8 & 9 1994 Of Reminiscences and Reflections by Gunther Schuller. Cassette tapes (2)., 1994



Box 130 1996 Lilacs, for voice and orchestra by George Walker Premiered on February1, 1996 in Boston by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and was commissioned by that orchestra. Score, published by MMB Music, Inc., 1996, February1, 1996



Box 161 Folder 11 1996 Lilacs, for voice and orchestra by George Walker. Cassette tape., 1996



Box 130 1997 Blood on the Fields by Wynton Marsalis Premiered on January 28, 1997 at Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. Score in 2 volumes., 1997, January 28, 1997



Box 161 Folder 12-14 1997 Blood on the Fields by Wynton Marsalis. Cassette tape (3)., 1997



Box 131 1999 Concerto for Flute, Strings and Percussion by Melinda Wagner Premiered on May 30, 1998 by the Westchester Philharmonic in Purchase, New York, and commissioned by that orchestra for Paul Lustig Dunkel. Score, published by Theodore Presser Company. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography)., 1999, May 30, 1998



Box 130 2000 Life is a Dream, Opera in Three Acts: Act II, Concert Version by Lewis Spratlan Premiered on January 28, 2000 by Dinosaur Annex in Amherst, MA. Libretto by James Maraniss. Score, published by Margun Music, Inc. (With Entry Form), January 28, 2000



Box 157 Folder 33 2000 Life is a Dream, Opera in Three Acts. Cd



Box 131 1998 String Quartet #2 (musica instrumentalis) by Aaron Jay Kernis Premiered on January 10, 1998 at Merkin Concert Hall, New York City, by The Lark Quartet. Score, published by Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1998, January 10, 1998



Box 161 Folder 15 1998 String Quartet #2 (musica instrumentalis) by Aaron Jay Kernis. Cassette tape., 1998



Box 131 1988 12 New Etudes for Piano by William Bolcom First complete performance by Marc-Andre Hamelin, pianist, on March30, 1987 at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. Score, published by Marks/Presser. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter) In 2 folders., 1988, March30, 1987



Box 134 2001 Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra by John Carigliano. Score, published by G. Schirmer, Inc., 2001



Box 157 Folder 34 2001 Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra by John Corigliano (G. Schirmer)Premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra on November 30, 2000 at Symphony Hall, Boston, MA. Cd, 2001, November 30, 2000



Box 24.3 2005 Second Concerto for Orchestra by Steven Stucky (Theodore Presser Company) Premiered March12, 2003. No supporting material found., 2005



Box 149 Folder 6 2008 "The Little Match Girl Passion" by David Lang Co-commissioned by the Carnegie Hall Corporation and The Perth Theater and Concert Hall, and premiered October 25, 2009 in Indianapolis, IN, a deeply engaging piece that combines flowing lyricism with dazzling virtuosity (Lawdon Press). Printed Score, c. Red Poppy, 2007 with photograph of Lang., 2008, October 25, 2009, 2007



Box 157 Folder 1 2008 "The Little Match Girl Passion" by David Lang Co-commissioned by the Carnegie Hall Corporation and The Perth Theater and Concert Hall, and premiered October 25, 2009 in Indianapolis, IN, a deeply engaging piece that combines flowing lyricism with dazzling virtuosity (Lawdon Press). CD, 2008, October 25, 2009



Box 149 Folder 7 2009 Double Sextet by Steve Reich (Boosey & Hawkes)A major work that displays an ability to channel an initial burst of energy into a large-scale musical event, built with masterful control and consistently intriguing to the ear. Study Score, published by Boosey & Hawkes, 2009



Box 157 Folder 31 2009 Double Sextet by Steve Reich. Cd, 2009



Box 147 Folder 1 2010 Violin Concerto by Jennifer Higdon (Lawdon Press)Jennifer Higdon for "Violin Concerto," premiered on February6, 2009 in Indianapolis, IN, a deeply engaging piece that combines flowing lyricism with dazzling virtuosity, 2010, February6, 2009



Box 157 Folder 27 2010 Violin Concerto by Jennifer Higdon. Cd, 2010



Box 113 2002 Ice Field by Henry Brant Premiered on December 12, 2001. Score in C., 2002



Box 157 Folder 9 2002 Ice Field by Henry Brant. Cd "Rental Library for demonstration only"., 2002



Box 129 1993 Trombone Concerto by Christopher Rouse Premiered December 30, 1992 in New York by the New York Philharmonic. Score., 1993, December 30, 1992



Box 161 Folder 7 1993 Trombone Concerto by Christopher Rouse. Cassette tape., 1993



Box 131 1986 Wind Quintet IV by George Perle Premiered on October 2, 1985 at Merkin Concert Hall in New York City. Score, published by Galaxy Music Corporation., 1986, October 2, 1985



Box 160 Folder 8 1986 Wind Quintet IV by George Perle. Cassette tape., 1986



Box 129 1995 Stringmusic by Morton Gould Premiered on March10, 1994 by the National Symphony Orchestra at The John F. Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.. Score, published by G. Schirmer, Inc., 1995, March10, 1994



Box 161 Folder 10 1995 Stringmusic by Morton Gould. Cassette tape., 1995



Box 362 2000 Life is a Dream, Opera in Three Acts: Act II, Concert Version by Lewis Spratlan, premiered on January 28, 2000 by Dinosaur Annex in Amherst, MA. Libretto by James Maraniss. CD ., 2000


Box 362 2001 Tempest Fantasy by John Corigliano (G. Schirmer), premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra on November 30, 2000 at Symphony Hall, Boston, MA. CD., 2001


Box 362 2002 Ice Field by Henry Brant; premiered on December 12, 2001 at Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, California. CD., 2002


Box 362 2003 On the Transmigration of Souls by by John Adams, premiered by the New York Philharmonic on September 19, 2002 at Avery Fisher Hall. (Boosey & Hawkes). CD., 2003


Box 362 2004 Tempest Fantasy by Paul Moravec, written for and premiered by the Trio Solisti and clarinet soloist David Krakauer on May 2, 2003 at the Morgan Library, New York City. CD., 2004


Box 362 2005 Second Concerto for Orchestra by Steven Stucky; premiered March 12, 2004 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California. (Theodore Presser Company). CD., 2005


Box 362 2006 Piano Concerto: 'Chiavi in Mano' by Yehudi Wyner, premiered February 17, 2005 by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (Associated Music Publishers, Inc.). CD., 2006



Box 365 2007 Sound Grammar by Ornette Coleman. CD., 2007

"The Grammar of Sound is universal."--Ornette Coleman



Box 150 Folder 4 2011 Madame White Snake by Zhou Long and Cerise Lim Jacobs. Full Score, published by Oxford University Press., 2011


Box 150 Folder 3 2011 Madame White Snake by Zhou Long and Cerise Lim Jacobs. Boston Opera Programme, 2011



Box 157 Folder 3 2011 Madame White Snake by Zhou Long and Cerise Lim Jacobs. CD, 2011



Box 366 2012 Silent Night: Opera in Two Acts. Music by Kevin Puts. Libretto by Mark Campbell, 2011., 2012

A stirring opera that recounts the true story of a spontaneous cease-fire among Scottish, French and Germans during World War I, displaying versatility of style and cutting straight to the heart. Libretto by Mark Campbell.



Box 365 2012 Silent Night: Opera in Two Acts. Music by Kevin Puts. Libretto by Mark Campbell, 2011. Minnesota Opera (2 CDs), 2012


Box 365 2013 Partita for 8 voices by Caroline Shaw for Roomful of teeth, 2012 (with explanatory letter by Caroline Shaw, Decmber 1, 2012), 2013

A highly polished and inventive a cappella work uniquely embracing speech, whispers, sighs, murmurs, wordless melodies and novel vocal effects (New Amsterdam Records).


Box 365 2013 Partita for 8 voices by Caroline Shaw for Roomful of teeth, 2012. CD (two copies)., 2013



Box 366 2014 Become Ocean by John Luther Adams (Taiga Press/Theodore Front Musical Literature)., 2014

A haunting orchestral work that suggests a relentless tidal surge, evoking thoughts of melting polar ice and rising sea levels.



Box 365 2014 Become Ocean by John Luther Adams. CD, 2014


Box 365 2015 Anthracite Fields Score by Julia Wolfe, 2015 (with letter of submittal by Robert Thompson, December 16, 2014), 2015


Box 365 2016 In for a Penny, In for a Pound Score by Henry Threadgill., 2016

Recording released on May 26, 2015 by Zooid, a highly original work in which notated music and improvisation mesh in a sonic tapestry that seems the very expression of modern American life (Pi Recordings).



Box 366 2017 Angel's Bone: A One-Act Chamer Opera by by Du Yun, 2017

Premiered on January 6, 2016, at the Prototype Festival, 3LD Arts and Technology Center, New York City, a bold operatic work that integrates vocal and instrumental elements and a wide range of styles into a harrowing allegory for human trafficking in the modern world. Libretto by Royce Vavrek..


Sub-subseries I.6.1: Music Files, 1941-2006

These are extensive files relating to the awarding of the Prize in Music. The files are organized in two sequences: the first -- Gereral -- contains publicity about winners, newspapers announcements of the winners, list of works submitted and correspondence, as well as biographical material about entrants, Jury Reports, and reaction to the broadening of the Music Prize in 2004; the second -- Material Returrned -- comprises the applications sumbitted and returned after the meetings.


General:



Box 213 Folder 1 Music Study Group, 2002-2003, (2 folders)


Box 213 Folder 3 Reports of Nominating Juries, 1941-1998


Box 213 Folder 4-5 Jury Materials, 2005, (2 folders)


Box 213 Folder 6-7 Biographical Material, (2 folders)



Box 214 Folder 1 Biographical Material


Box 214 Folder 2-3 Photographs, (2 folders)


Box 214 Folder 4 Announcement and reaction to new rules for PP in Music, 6/1/2004


Box 214 Folder 5-6 Clippings, 1996-97, (2 folders)


Box 214 Folder 7-8 Clippings, 2001, (2 folders)



Box 215 Folder 1 General, 1943, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 2 General, 1944, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 3 General, 1945, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 4 General, 1946, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 5 General, 1947, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 6 General, 1948, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 7 General, 1949, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 8 General, 1950, (1 folder)


Box 215 Folder 9 General, 1951, (1 folder)



Box 216 Folder 1 General, 1952, (1 folder)


Box 216 Folder 2 General, 1953, (1 folder)


Box 216 Folder 3 General, 1954, (1 folder)


Box 216 Folder 4 General, 1955, (1 folder)


Box 216 Folder 5 General, 1956, (1 folder)



Box 217 Folder 1 General, 1957, (1 folder)


Box 217 Folder 2 General, 1958, (1 folder)


Box 217 Folder 3 General, 1959, (1 folder)


Box 217 Folder 4 General, 1960, (1 folder)


Box 217 Folder 5 General, 1961, (1 folder)


Box 217 Folder 6 General, 1962, (1 folder)



Box 218 Folder 1 General, 1967, (1 folder)


Box 218 Folder 2 General, 1968, (1 folder)


Box 218 Folder 3 General, 1969, (1 folder)


Box 218 Folder 4 General, 1970, (1 folder)


Box 218 Folder 5 General, 1971, (1 folder)


Box 218 Folder 6-7 General, 1972, (2 folders)



Box 219 Folder 1 General, 1973, (1 folder)


Box 219 Folder 2-3 General, 1974, (2 folder)


Box 219 Folder 4 General, 1975, (1 folder)


Box 219 Folder 5 General, 1976, (1 folder)


Box 219 Folder 6 General, 1977, (1 folder)


Box 219 Folder 7 General, 1978, (1 folder)



Box 220 Folder 1 General, 1979, (1 folder)


Box 220 Folder 2 General, 1980, (1 folder)


Box 220 Folder 3-4 General, 1981, (2 folders)


Box 220 Folder 5 General, 1982, (1 folder)


Box 220 Folder 6 General, 1983, (1 folder)



Box 221 Folder 1 General, 1984, (1 folder)


Box 221 Folder 2 General, 1985, (1 folder)


Box 221 Folder 3-4 General, 1986, (2 folders)


Box 221 Folder 5 General, 1987, (1 folder)



Box 222 Folder 1 General, 1988, (1 folder)


Box 222 Folder 2 General, 1989, (1 folder)


Box 222 Folder 3 General, 1990, (1 folder)


Box 222 Folder 4 General, 1991, (1 folder)


Box 222 Folder 5 General, 1992, (1 folder)



Box 223 Folder 1 General, 1993, (1 folder)


Box 223 Folder 2-3 General, 1994, (2 folders)


Box 223 Folder 4 General, 1995, (1 folder)


Box 223 Folder 5-6 General, 1996, (2 folders)


Box 223 Folder 7-8 General, 1997, (2 folders)



Box 224 Folder 1-2 General, 1998, (2 folders)


Box 224 Folder 3 General, 1999, (1 folder)


Box 224 Folder 4 General, 2000, (1 folder)


Box 224 Folder 5-6 General, 2001, (2 folders)



Box 225 Folder 1-2 General, 2002, (2 folders)


Box 225 Folder 3-4 General, 2003, (2 folders)


Box 225 Folder 5 General, 2004, (1 folder)


Box 225 Folder 6 General, 2005, (1 folder)


Box 225 Folder 7 General, 2006, (1 folder)



Box 226 Folder 1-2 General, 2006, (2 folders)


Box 226 Folder 3 General, 2007, (1 folder)


Box 226 Folder 4 General, 2008, (1 folder)


Material Returned:


Box 226 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1969, (1 folders)


Box 226 Folder 6 Material Returned, 1970, (1 folders)



Box 227 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1971, (1 folder)


Box 227 Folder 2-4 Material Returned, 1972, (3 folders)


Box 227 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1974, (1 folder)



Box 228 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1975-76, (1 folders)


Box 228 Folder 2 Material Returned, 1976, (1 folder)


Box 228 Folder 3-4 Material Returned, 1977, (2 folders)


Box 228 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1978, (1 folder)



Box 229 Folder 1-2 Material Returned, 1978, (2 folders)


Box 229 Folder 3-4 Material Returned, 1979, (2 folder)



Box 230 Folder 1-3 Material Returned, 1980, (3 folder)


Box 230 Folder 4 Material Returned, 1981, (1 folders)


Box 230 Folder 5-7 Material Returned, 1982, (3 folders)



Box 231 Folder 1-4 Material Returned, 1982, (4 folders)



Box 232 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1983, (1 folder)


Box 232 Folder 2-4 Material Returned, 1984, (3 folders)


Box 232 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1984-85, (1 folder)



Box 233 Folder 1-2 Material Returned, 1984-85, (2 folders)


Box 233 Folder 3-4 Material Returned, 1985, (2 folders)


Box 233 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1985-86, (1 folder)



Box 234 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1985-86, (1 folder)


Box 234 Folder 2-3 Material Returned, 1986, (2 folders)


Box 234 Folder 4-5 Material Returned, 1987, (2 folders)



Box 235 Folder 1-3 Material Returned, 1987, (3 folders)


Box 235 Folder 4-6 Material Returned, 1988, (3 folders)



Box 236 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1988, (1 folder)


Box 236 Folder 2-4 Material Returned, 1989, (3 folders)



Box 237 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1989, (1 folder)


Box 237 Folder 2-5 Material Returned, 1991, (4 folders)



Box 238 Folder 1-3 Material Returned, 1992, (3 folders)


Box 238 Folder 4 Material Returned, 1993, (1 folder)



Box 239 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1993, (1 folder)


Box 239 Folder 2-6 Material Returned, 1994, (5 folders)



Box 240 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1994, (1 folder)


Box 240 Folder 2-5 Material Returned, 1995, (4 folders)



Box 241 Folder 1-5 Material Returned, 1996, (5 folders)


Box 241 Folder 6 Material Returned, 1996-97, (1 folder)



Box 242 Folder 1 Material Returned, 1996-97, (1 folder)


Box 242 Folder 2-3 Material Returned, 1997, (2 folders)


Box 242 Folder 4-6 Material Returned, 1998, (3 folders)



Box 243 Folder 1-4 Material Returned, 1998, (4 folders)


Box 243 Folder 5 Material Returned, 1999, (1 folder)



Box 244 Folder 1-3 Material Returned, 1999, (3 folders)


Box 244 Folder 4-7 Material Returned, 2000, (4 folders)



Box 245 Folder 1-6 Material Returned, 2001, (6 folders)



Box 246 Folder 1 Material Returned, 2001, (1 folder)


Box 246 Folder 2-3 Material Returned, 2002, (2 folders)


Box 246 Folder 4 Material Returned, 2003, (1 folder)



Box 247 Folder 1-2 Material Returned, 2003, (2 folder)


Box 247 Folder 3-6 Material Returned, 2004, (4 folders)



Box 248 Folder 1-6 Material Returned, 2005, (6 folders)



Box 249 Folder 1-4 Material Returned, 2005, (4 folders)


Box 249 Folder 5 Material Returned, 2006, (1 folder)



Box 250 Folder 1-3 Material Returned, 2006, (3 folders)


Subseries I.7: Novel., 1917-1947



Box 188 1918 His Family by Ernest Poole (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1918


Box 188 1919 The Magnificent Ambersons by Booth Tarkington (Doubleday) ). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1919



Box 189 1921 The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton (Appleton) ). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1921


Box 189 1922 Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington (Doubleday) ). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1922


Box 189 1923 One of Ours by Willa Cather (Knopf) ). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1923


Box 189 1924 The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson (Harper). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1924


Box 189 1925 So Big by Edna Ferber (Doubleday). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1925


Box 189 1926 Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis (Harcourt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1926


Box 189 1927 Early Autumn by Louis Bromfield (Stokes). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1927


Box 189 1928 The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder (Boni). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1928


Box 189 1929 Scarlet Sister Mary by Julia Peterkin (Bobbs). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1929


Box 189 1930 Laughing Boy by Oliver Lafarge (Houghton). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1930


Box 189 1931 Years of Grace by Margaret Ayer Barnes (Houghton). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1931



Box 190 1932 The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck (John Day). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1932


Box 190 1933 The Store by T. S. Stribling (Doubleday). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1933


Box 190 1934 Lamb in His Bosom by Caroline Miller (Harper). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1934


Box 190 1935 Now in November by Josephine Winslow Johnson (Simon & Schuster). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1935


Box 190 1936 Honey in the Horn by Harold L. Davis (Harper). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1936


Box 190 1937 Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1937


Box 190 1938 The Late George Apley by John Phillips Marquand (Little). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1938


Box 190 1939 The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (Scribner) ). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1939


Box 190 1940 The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck (Viking). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1940


Box 190 1942 In This Our Life by Ellen Glasgow (Harcourt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1942



Box 191 1943 Dragon's Teeth by Upton Sinclair (Viking). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1943


Box 191 1944 Journey in the Dark by Martin Flavin (Harper).. 2 copies., 1944


Box 191 1945 A Bell for Adano by John Hersey (Knopf). 2 copies, 1945


Box 191 1947 All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren (Harcourt), 1947


Subseries I.8: Poetry, 1922-present



Box 206 1922 Collected Poems by Edwin Arlington Robinson (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1922


Box 206 1923 The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver: A Few Figs from Thistles: Eight Sonnets in American Poetry, 1922. A Miscellany by Edna St. Vincent Millay (Harper). In 3 separate volumes. (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1923


Box 206 1924 New Hampshire: A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes by Robert Frost (Holt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1924


Box 206 1925 The Man Who Died Twice by Edwin Arlington Robinson (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1925


Box 206 1926 What's O'Clock by the late Amy Lowell (Houghton). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1926


Box 206 1927 Fiddler's Farewell by Leonora Speyer (Knopf). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1927


Box 206 1928 Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1928


Box 206 1929 John Browns Body by Stephen Vincent Benet (Farrar). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1929


Box 206 1930 Selected Poems by Conrad Aiken (Scribner). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1930


Box 206 1931 Collected Poems by Robert Frost (Holt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1931


Box 206 1932 The Flowering Stone by George Dillon (Viking). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1932


Box 206 1933 Conquistador by Archibald Macleish (Houghton). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1933


Box 206 1934 Collected Verse by Robert Hillyer (Knopf). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1934



Box 207 1935 Bright Ambush by Audrey Wurdemann (John Day). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1935


Box 207 1936 Strange Holiness by Robert P. Tristram Coffin (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1936


Box 207 1937 A Further Range by Robert Frost (Holt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1937


Box 207 1938 Cold Morning Sky by Marya Zaturenska (Macmillan). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1938


Box 207 1939 Selected Poems by John Gould Fletcher (Farrar). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1939


Box 207 1940 Collected Poems by Mark Van Doren (Holt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1940


Box 207 1941 Sunderland Capture by Leonard Bacon (Harper). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1941


Box 207 1942 The Dust Which Is God by William Rose Benet (Dodd). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1942


Box 207 1943 A Witness Tree by Robert Frost (Holt). (First Edition cataloged for Rare Books)., 1943


Box 207 1944 Western Star by the late Stephen Vincent Benet (Farrar). 2 copies., 1944


Box 207 1945 V-Letter and Other Poems by Karl Shapiro (Reynal). 2 copies., 1945


Box 207 1947 Lord Weary's Castle by Robert Lowell (Harcourt), 1947


Box 207 1948 The Age of Anxiety by W. H. Auden (Random), 1948


Box 207 1949 Terror and Decorum by Peter Viereck (Scribner), 1949


Box 207 1950 Annie Allen by Gwendolyn Brooks (Harper), 1950



Box 208 1951 Complete Poems by Carl Sandburg (Harcourt), 1951


Box 208 1952 Collected Poems by Marianne Moore (Macmillan), 1952


Box 208 1953 Collected Poems, 1917-1952 by Archibald MacLeish (Houghton), 1953


Box 208 1954 The Waking by Theodore Roethke (Doubleday), 1954


Box 208 1955 Collected Poems by Wallace Stevens (Knopf), 1955


Box 208 1956 Poems-North & South by Elizabeth Bishop (Houghton), 1956


Box 208 1957 Things of This World by Richard Wilbur (Harcourt), 1957


Box 208 1958 Promises: Poems, 1954-1956 by Robert Penn Warren (Random), 1958


Box 208 1959 Selected Poems, 1928-1958 by Stanley Kunitz (Little), 1959


Box 208 1960 Heart's Needle by W. D. Snodgrass (Knopf), 1960


Box 208 1961 Times Three: Selected Verse From Three Decades by Phyllis McGinley (Viking), 1961


Box 208 1962 Poems by Alan Dugan (Yale Univ. Press), 1962


Box 208 1963 Pictures from Brueghel by the late William Carlos Williams (New Directions), 1963


Box 208 1964 At The End Of The Open Road by Louis Simpson (Wesleyan Univ. Press), 1964


Box 208 1965 77 Dream Songs by John Berryman (Farrar), 1965


Box 208 1966 Selected Poems by Richard Eberhart (New Directions), 1966


Box 208 1967 Live or Die by Anne Sexton (Houghton), 1967


Box 208 1968 The Hard Hours by Anthony Hecht (Atheneum), 1968



Box 209 1969 Of Being Numerous by George Oppen (New Directions), 1969


Box 209 1971 The Carrier of Ladders by William S. Merwin (Atheneum), 1971


Box 209 1972 Collected Poems by James Wright (Wesleyan Univ. Press), 1972


Box 209 1973 Up Country by Maxine Kumin (Harper), 1973


Box 209 1974 The Dolphin by Robert Lowell (Farrar), 1974


Box 209 1975 Turtle Island by Gary Snyder (New Directions), 1975


Box 209 1976 Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror by John Ashbery (Viking), 1976


Box 209 1977 Divine Comedies by James Merrill (Atheneum), 1977


Box 209 1978 Collected Poems by Howard Nemerov (Univ. of Chicago), 1978


Box 209 1979 Now and Then by Robert Penn Warren (Random), 1979


Box 209 1980 Selected Poems by Donald Justice (Atheneum), 1980


Box 209 1981 The Morning of the Poem by James Schuyler (Farrar), 1981


Box 209 1983 Selected Poems by Galway Kinnell (Houghton Mifflin), 1983


Box 209 1984 American Primitive by Mary Oliver (Atlanti'Little), 1984


Box 209 1985 Yin by Carolyn Kizer (BOA Editions), 1985


Box 209 1986 The Flying Change by Henry Taylor (Louisiana State University Press), 1986


Box 209 1987 Thomas and Beulah by Rita Dove (Carnegie-Mellon University Press), 1987


Box 209 1988 Partial Accounts: New and Selected Poems by William Meredith (Alfred A. Knopf), 1988


Box 209 1989 New and Collected Poems by Richard Wilbur (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), 1989


Box 209 1990 The World Doesn't End by Charles Simic (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich), 1990


Box 209 1991 Near Changes by Mona Van Duyn (Alfred A. Knopf), 1991



Box 109 1992 Selected Poems by James Tate (Wesleyan University Press), 1992



Box 210 1993 The Wild Iris by Louise Gluck (The Ecco Press), 1993


Box 210 1994 Neon Vernacular: New and Selected Poems by Yusef Komunyakaa (Wesleyan University Press/University Press of New England), 1994


Box 210 1995 The Simple Truth by Philip Levine (Alfred A. Knopf), 1995


Box 210 1996 The Dream of the Unified Field by Jorie Graham (The Ecco Press), 1996


Box 210 1997 Alive Together: New and Selected Poems by Lisel Mueller (Louisiana State University Press), 1997


Box 210 1998 Black Zodiac by Charles Wright (Farrar), 1998


Box 210 1999 Blizzard of One by Mark Strand (Alfred A. Knopf), 1999


Box 210 2000 Repair by C.K. Williams (Farrar), 2000


Box 210 2001 Different Hours by Stephen Dunn (W.W. Norton & Company), 2001



Box 118 2002 Practical Gods by Carl Dennis (Penguin Books), 2002



Box 364 2003 Moy Sand and Gravel by Paul Muldoon., 2003


Box 364 2004 Walking to Martha's Vineyard by Franz Wright., 2004


Box 364 2005 Delights & Shadows by Ted Kooser., 2005



Box 212 2006 Late Wife by Claudia Emerson (Louisiana State University Press), 2006


Box 212 2007 Native Guard by Natasha Trethewey (Houghton Mifflin), 2007



Box 210 2008 Failure by Philip Schultz (Harcourt), 2008



Box 212 2009 The Shadow of Sirius by W.S. Merwin (Copper Canyon Press). A collection of luminous, often tender poems that focus on the profound power of memory., 2009



Box 210 2010 Versed by Rae Armantrout (Wesleyan University Press). A book striking for its wit and linguistic inventiveness, offering poems that are often little thought-bombs detonating in the mind long after the first reading. Society., 2010


Box 210 2011 The Best Of It: New and Selected Poems by Kay Ryan, 2011



Box 368 2014 3 Sections by Vijay Seshadri. (Graywolf Press), 2014


Box 368 2015 Digest by Gregory Pardlo. (Four Way Books), 2015

Series II: Journalism


Subseries II.1: Beat Reporting, 1991-2006



Box 106 1991 Natalie Angier The New York Times. For her compelling and illuminating reports on a variety of scientific topics. (With Entry Form), 1991


Box 106 1992 Deborah Blum The Sacramento (CA) Bee. For her series, "The Monkey Wars," which explored the complex ethical and moral questions surrounding primate research. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1992


Box 106 1993 Paul Ingrassia and Joseph B. White The Wall Street Journal. For often exclusive coverage of General Motors' management turmoil. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; List of Articles), 1993



Box 105 1994 Eric Freedman and Jim Mitzelfeld The Detroit News. For dogged reporting that disclosed flagrant spending abuses at Michigan's House Fiscal Agency. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1994


Box 105 1995 David Shribman The Boston Globe. For his analytical reporting on Washington developments and the national scene. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1995


Box 105 1996 Bob Keeler Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his detailed portrait of a progressive local Catholic parish and its parishioners. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1996



Box 107 1997 Byron Acohido The Seattle Times. For his coverage of the aerospace industry, notably an exhaustive investigation of rudder control problems on the Boeing 737, which contributed to new FAA requirements for major improvements. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1997



Box 105 1998 Linda Greenhouse The New York Times For her consistently illuminating coverage of the United States Supreme Court. (With Entry Form; List of Articles), 1998


Box 105 1999 Chuck Philips and Michael A. Hiltzik Los Angeles Times For their stories on corruption in the entertainment industry, including a charity sham sponsored by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, illegal detoxification programs for wealthy celebrities, and a resurgence of radio payola. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1999


Box 105 2000 George Dohrmann St. Paul Pioneer Press For his determined reporting, despite negative reader reaction, that revealed academic fraud in the men's basketball program at the University of Minnesota. (With Nominating Letter; CV)., 2000


Box 105 2001 David Cay Johnston The New York Times For his penetrating and enterprising reporting that exposed loopholes and inequities in the U.S. tax code, which was instrumental in bringing about reforms. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 2001



Box 113 2002 Gretchen Morgenson The New York Times For her trenchant and incisive Wall Street coverage. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters; List of Articles), 2002



Box 31.1 2003 Diana K. Sugg The Baltimore Sun For her absorbing, often poignant stories that illuminated complex medical issues through the lives of people. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter)., 2003



Box 29.2 2004 Daniel Golden The Wall Street Journal For his compelling and meticulously documented stories on admission preferences given to the children of alumni and donors at American universities. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter, No Photograph)., 2004



Box 27.3 2005 Amy Dockser Marcus The Wall Street Journal For her masterful stories about patients, families and physicians that illuminated the often unseen world of cancer survivors. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter, No Photograph)., 2005



Box 31 Folder 5 2006 Dana Priest The Washington Post For her persistent, painstaking reports on secret "black site" prisons and other controversial features of the government's counterterrorism campaign. (With Entry Form), 2006


Subseries II.2: Breaking News Photography, 2000-present



Box 337 2000 2000 Photo Staff of Rocky Mountain News, Denver, CO. For its powerful collection of emotional images taken after the student shootings at Columbine High School., 2000



Box 77 2001 Alan Diaz of Associated Press. For his photograph of armed U.S. federal agents seizing the Cuban boy Elián Gonzalez from his relatives' Miami home. (With Entry Form)., 2001



Box 253 2002 Staff of The New York Times. For its consistently outstanding photographic coverage of the terrorist attack on New York City and its aftermath. (With Entry Form). In a CMI Box., 2002



Box 25.1 2003 Photography Staff of Rocky Mountain News. For its powerful, imaginative coverage of Colorado's raging forest fires. (With Entry Form, letter, 2003



Box 31.2 2004 David Leeson and Cheryl Diaz Meyer of The Dallas Morning News. For their eloquent photographs depicting both the violence and poignancy of the war with Iraq., 2004



Box 37.1 2006 Staff of The Dallas Morning News. For its vivid photographs depicting the chaos and pain after Hurricane Katrina engulfed New Orleans. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter)., 2006



Box 25.3 2007 Oded Balilty of Associated Press. For his powerful photograph of a lone Jewish woman defying Israeli security forces as they remove illegal settlers in the West Bank., 2007



Box 143 Folder 3 2008 Adrees Latif of Reuters. For his dramatic photograph of a Japanese videographer, sprawled on the pavement, fatally wounded during a street demonstration in MyanMarch(With Entry Form; Statement; Photograph), 2008



Box 145 Folder 2 2009 Patrick Farrell of The Miami Herald. For his provocative, impeccably composed images of despair after Hurricane Ike and other lethal storms caused a humanitarian disaster in Haiti. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2009



Box 141 Folder 6 2010 Mary Chind of The Des Moines Register. For her photograph of the heart-stopping moment when a rescuer dangling in a makeshift harness tries to save a woman trapped in the foaming water beneath a dam. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 2010



Box 146 Folder 3 2011 Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of The Washington Post for their up-close portrait of grief and desperation after a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographies; Photographs). Cd missing., 2011


Box 146 Folder 4 2011 Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of The Washington Post for their up-close portrait of grief and desperation after a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti., 2011


Box 146 Folder 2 2011 Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti of The Washington Post for their up-close portrait of grief and desperation after a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti. Captions., 2011


Subseries II.3: Breaking News Reporting, 1998-present



Box 43 1998 Staff of Los Angeles Times. For its comprehensive coverage of a botched bank robbery and subsequent police shoot-out in North Hollywood. (With Entry Form)., 1998



Box 254 1999 Staff of Hartford (CT) Courant. For its clear and detailed coverage of a shooting rampage in which a state lottery worker killed four supervisors then himself. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter. In a CMI Box, 1999



Box 50 2001 Staff of The Miami Herald. For its balanced and gripping on-the-scene coverage of the pre-dawn raid by federal agents that took the Cuban boy Elian Gonzalez from his Miami relatives and reunited him with his Cuban father. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2001



Box 113 2002 Staff of The Wall Street Journal. For its comprehensive and insightful coverage, executed under the most difficult circumstances, of the terrorist attack on New York City, which recounted the day's events and their implications for the future. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; List of Articles), 2002



Box 25 Folder 2 2003 Staff of The Eagle-Tribune, Lawrence, MA. For its detailed, well-crafted stories on the accidental drowning of four boys in the Merrimack River. (With Entry Form, letter., 2003



Box 24 Folder 1 2004 Staff of Los Angeles Times. For its compelling and comprehensive coverage of the massive wildfires that imperiled a populated region of southern California. (With Entry Form)., 2004



Box 26 Folder 7 2005 Staff of The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ. For its comprehensive, clear-headed coverage of the resignation of New Jersey's governor after he announced he was gay and confessed to adultery with a male lover. With enrty form, letter., 2005



Box 42 Folder 2 2006 Staff of The Times-Picayune, New Orleans. For its courageous and aggressive coverage of Hurricane Katrina, overcoming desperate conditions facing the city and the newspaper. (With Entry Form, letter, 2006



Box 38 Folder 8 2007 Staff of The Oregonian, Portland. For its skillful and tenacious coverage of a family missing in the Oregon mountains, telling the tragic story both in print and online., 2007



Box 147 Folder 2 2008 Staff of The Washington Post. For its exceptional, multi-faceted coverage of the deadly shooting rampage at Virginia Tech, telling the developing story in print and online. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2008



Box 148 Folder 6 2009 Staff of The New York Times. For its swift and sweeping coverage of a sex scandal that resulted in the resignation of Gov. Eliot Spitzer, breaking the story on its Web site and then developing it with authoritative, rapid-fire reports. (With Entry Form; List of Entries), 2009



Box 157 Folder 28 2009 Staff of The New York Times. CD., 2009



Box 142 Folder 4 2010 Staff of The Seattle Times. For its comprehensive coverage, in print and online, of the shooting deaths of four police officers in a coffee house and the 40-hour manhunt for the suspect. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; CD Missing), 2010


Subseries II.4: Commentary, 1970-present



Box 8 Folder 10 1970 Marquis W. Childs of St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For distinguished commentary during 1969. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter, 1970


Box 8 Folder 9 1971 William A. Caldwell of The Record, Hackensack, New Jersey. For his commentary in his daily column. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1971



Box 5 Folder 12 1972 Mike Royko of Chicago Daily News. For his columns during 1971. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1972



Box 10 Folder 2 1973 David S. Broder of The Washington Post. For his columns during 1972. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1973


Box 10 Folder 5 1974 Edwin A. Roberts Jr. of National Observer. For his commentary on public affairs during 1973. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1974


Box 10 Folder 1 1975 Mary McGrory of The Washington Star. For her commentary on public affairs during 1974. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1975



Box 5 Folder 11 1976 Walter Wellesley (Red) Smith of The New York Times. For his commentary on sports in 1975 and for many other years. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1976, 1975



Box 7 Folder 5 1977 George F. Will of The Washington Post Writers Group. For distinguished commentary on a variety of topics. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter, 1977



Box 5 Folder 9 1978 William Safire of The New York Times. For commentary on the Bert Lance affair. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1978


Box 5 Folder 10 1979 Russell Baker of The New York Times. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1979



Box 3 Folder 13 1980 Ellen H. Goodman of 7. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1980



Box 11 Folder 7 1981 Dave Anderson of The New York Times. For his commentary on sports. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographic Profile., 1981



Box 12 Folder 3 1982 Art Buchwald of Los Angeles Times Syndicate. (With Entry Form; Photograph (photocopy); Biography; Letters of Support, 1982


Box 12 Folder 4 1984 Vermont Royster of The Wall Street Journal (With Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter, 1984



Box 3 Folder 14 1985 Murray Kempton of Newsday, Long Island, NY. For witty and insightful reflection on public issues in 1984 and throughout a distinguished career. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1985, 1984



Box 10 Folder 4 1986 Jimmy Breslin of New York Daily News. For columns which consistently champion ordinary citizens. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter, 1986


Box 10 Folder 9 1987 Charles Krauthammer of The Washington Post Writers Group. For his witty and insightful columns on national issues. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1987


Box 10 Folder 11 1988 Dave Barry of The Miami Herald. For his consistently effective use of humor as a device for presenting fresh insights into serious concerns. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1988



Box 8 Folder 6 1989 Clarence Page of Chicago Tribune. For his provocative columns on local and national affairs. Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1989



Box 128 1990 Jim Murray of Los Angeles Times. For his sports columns. (With Entry Form; Biography), 1990



Box 129 1991 Jim Hoagland of The Washington Post. For searching and prescient columns on events leading up to the Gulf War and on the political problems of Mikhail Gorbachev. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1991


Box 129 1992 Anna Quindlen of The New York Times. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1992



Box 128 1993 Liz Balmaseda of The Miami Herald. For her commentary from Haiti about deteriorating political and social conditions and her columns about Cuban-Americans in Miami. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 1993



Box 129 1994 William Raspberry of The Washington Post. For his compelling commentaries on a variety of social and political topics. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1994



Box 133 1995 Jim Dwyer of Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his compelling and compassionate columns about New York City. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1995



Box 129 1996 E.R. Shipp of New York Daily News. For her penetrating columns on race, welfare and other social issues. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1996


Box 129 1997 Eileen McNamara of The Boston Globe. For her many-sided columns on Massachusetts people and issues. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1997


Box 129 1998 Mike McAlary of New York Daily News, New York, NY. For his coverage of the brutalization of a Haitian immigrant by police officers at a Brooklyn stationhouse. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1998



Box 128 1999 Maureen Dowd of The New York Times. For her fresh and insightful columns on the impact of President Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky. (With Entry Form), 1999



Box 133 2000 Paul A. Gigot of The Wall Street Journal. For his informative and insightful columns on politics and government. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 2000



Box 3 Folder 10 2001 Dorothy Rabinowitz of The Wall Street Journal. For her articles on American society and culture. With Nominating Letter., 2001



Box 113 2002 Thomas Friedman of The New York Times. For his clarity of vision, based on extensive reporting, in commenting on the worldwide impact of the terrorist threat. (With Entry Form; List of Articles), 2002



Box 28 Folder 4 2003 Colbert I. King of The Washington Post. For his against-the-grain columns that speak to people in power with ferocity and wisdom. (With Entry Form, letter, photogrph, biography., 2003



Box 32 Folder 2 2004 Leonard Pitts Jr. of The Miami Herald. For his fresh, vibrant columns that spoke, with both passion and compassion, to ordinary people on often divisive issues. (With entry form, letter)., 2004


Box 32 Folder 1 2005 Connie Schultz of The Plain Dealer, Cleveland. For her pungent columns that provided a voice for the underdog and underprivileged. (With entry form, letter)., 2005



Box 37 Folder 3 2006 Nicholas D. Kristof The New York Times. For his graphic, deeply reported columns that, at personal risk, focused attention on genocide in Darfur and that gave voice to the voiceless in other parts of the world. (With Entry Form), 2006



Box 38 Folder 4 2007 Cynthia Tucker of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. For her courageous, clear-headed columns that evince a strong sense of morality and persuasive knowledge of the community. (With Entry Form, Biography; Nominating Letter)., 2007



Box 143 Folder 9 2008 Steven Pearlstein of The Washington Post. For his insightful columns that explore the nation's complex economic ills with masterful clarity. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph), 2008



Box 148 Folder 5 2009 Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post. For his eloquent columns on the 2008 presidential campaign that focus on the election of the first African-American president, showcasing graceful writing and grasp of the larger historic picture. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 2009, 2008



Box 142 Folder 7 2010 Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post. For her perceptive, often witty columns on an array of political and moral issues, gracefully sharing the experiences and values that lead her to unpredictable conclusions., 2010



Box 157 Folder 19 2010 Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post. CD, 2010



Box 141 Folder 9 2011 David Leonhardt of The New York Times for his graceful penetration of America's complicated economic questions, from the federal budget deficit to health care reform. (With Entry Form; List of Entries), 2011



Box 157 Folder 15 2011 David Leonhardt of The New York Times. CD, 2011


Subseries II.5: Correspondence, 1929-1947


In 1929 a separate category called Correspondence was set up which, until 1947 gave recognition to Washington and Foreign Correspondence., 1929, 1947



Box 80 1929 Paul Scott Mowrer of Chicago Daily News. For his coverage of international affairs including the Franco-British Naval Pact and Germany's campaign for revision of the Dawes Plan. (With Entry Form)., 1929



Box 56 1930 Leland Stowe of New York Herald Tribune. For the series of articles covering conferences on reparations and the establishment of the international bank, 1930


Box 56 1931 H. R. Knickerbocker of Philadelphia Public Ledger and New York Evening Post. For a series of articles on the practical operation of the Five Year Plan in Russia., 1931



Box 335 1931 H. R. Knickerbocker of Philadelphia Public Ledger and New York Evening Post. For a series of articles on the practical operation of the Five Year Plan in Russia. (Very Fragile)., 1931



Box 57 1932 Charles G. Ross of St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For his article entitled, "The Country's Plight--What Can Be Done About It"--a discussion of economic situation of the United States. (2 copies)., 1932



Box 59 1932 Walter Duranty of The New York Times. For his series of dispatches on Russia especially the working out of the Five Year Plan., 1932



Box 54 1933 Edgar Ansel Mowrer of Chicago Daily News. For his day-by-day coverage and interpretation of the series of German political crises in 1932 beginning with the presidential election and the struggle of Adolph Hitler for public office., 1933, 1932



Box 255 1933 (Honorable Mention) Harry Carr of The Los Angeles Times. For articles on various countries. With Nomination Form; Biographic Profile. In a CMI Box., 1933



Box 23 Folder 6 1934 Honorable Mention. John Elliott of The New York Herald., 1934



Box 333 1934Frederick T. Birchall of The New York Times. For his correspondence from Europe, 1934



Box 55 1935 Arthur Krock of The New York Times. For his Washington dispatches, 1935



Box 54 1936 The late Wilfred C. Barber of Chicago Tribune. For his reports of the war in Ethiopia. (A posthumous award. With Nominating Letters and Obituary)., 1936



Box 23 Folder 5 1936 Honorable Mention. Jay G. Hayden of the The Detroit News. (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1936



Box 256 1936 (Honorable Mention) Webb Miller of United Press. For his dispatches from the Italio-Ethiopian front. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter. In a CMI Box., 1936



Box 257 1936 (Honorable Mention) Ashmun Brown of Providence (R.I.) Evening Bulletin. For his articles on Postmaster General Farley's surplus figures. (With Entry Form; Letter of Supprt. In a CMI Box., 1936



Box 55 1939 Louis P. Lochner of Associated Press. For his dispatches from Berlin. (With Entry Form)., 1939



Box 80 1940 Otto D. Tolischus of The New York Times. For his dispatches from Berlin. (With Entry Form; Nominating Telegram from H.R. Knickerbocker)., 1940



Box 23 Folder 4 1940 Honorable mention. Lloyd Lehrbas of the Associated Press. For his reporting from Warsaw and Bucharest., 1940



Box 58 1942 Carlos P. Romulo of Philippines Herald. For his observations and forecasts of Far Eastern developments during a tour of the trouble centers from Hong Kong to Batavia. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1942



Box 60 1943 Hanson W. Baldwin of The New York Times. For his report of his wartime tour of the Southwest Pacific. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1943



Box 80 1944 Ernest Taylor Pyle of Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance. For distinguished war correspondence during the year 1943 (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1944, 1943



Box 77 1945 Harold V. (Hal) Boyle of Associated Press. For distinguished war correspondence during the year 1944. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement)., 1945



Box 66 1946 Arnaldo Cortesi of The New York Times. For distinguished correspondence during the year 1945 as exemplified by his reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina. (With Entry Form)., 1946, 1945



Box 78 1947 Brooks Atkinson of The New York Times. For distinguished correspondence during 1946 as exemplified by his series of articles on Russia. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement)., 1947, 1946


Subseries II.6: Criticism, 1970-present



Box 5 Folder 3 1970 Ada Louise Huxtable of The New York Times. For distinguished criticism during 1969. With B&w photograph, Entry Form and biographical sketch, 1970


Box 5 Folder 4 1971 Harold C. Schonberg of The New York Times. For his music criticism during 1970. With B&w photograph, Entry Form. With B&w photograph, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 1971



Box 3 Folder 6 1972 Frank Peters Jr. of St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For his music criticism during 1971. With B&w photograph, Entry Form and biographical sketch., 1972



Box 6 Folder 2 1973 Ronald Powers of Chicago Sun-Times. For his critical writing about television during 1972. With B&w photograph, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1973



Box 1 Folder 13 1974 Emily Genauer of Newsday Syndicate. For her critical writing about art and artists. (With Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1974



Box 6 Folder 3 1975 Roger Ebert of Chicago Sun-Times. For his film criticism during 1974. With B&w photograph, Entry Form and biographical sketch., 1975



Box 5 Folder 5 1976 Alan M. Kriegsman of The Washington Post. For his critical writing about the dance during 1975., 1976


Box 5 Folder 6 1977 William McPherson of The Washington Post. For his contribution to "Book World." With B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Letter in Support of Nomination., 1977


Box 5 Folder 7 1978 Walter Kerr of The New York Times. For articles on the theater in 1977 and throughout his long career. With B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch., 1978, 1977


Box 5 Folder 8 1979 Paul Gapp of Chicago Tribune. For his architectural criticism. With B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Letter in Support of Nomination., 1979



Box 3 Folder 8 1980 William A. Henry III of The Boston Globe. For critical writing about television. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1980



Box 7 Folder 3 1981 Jonathan Yardley of The Washington Star. For his book reviews. With Photograph; Entry Form; Supporting letter., 1981



Box 5 Folder 2 1982 Martin Bernheimer of Los Angeles Times. For classical music criticism., 1982



Box 9 Folder 5 1983 Manuela Hoelterhoff of The Wall Street Journal. For her wide-ranging criticism on the arts and other subjects. 12 pieces from 1982 submitted. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Supporting Letter., 1983, 1982



Box 8 Folder 2 1984 Paul Goldberger of The New York Times. For architectural criticism., 1984



Box 258 1985 Howard Rosenberg of Los Angeles Times. For his television criticism. Submission title: Television: The Message and the Medium. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography. In a CMI Box., 1985



Box 8 Folder 3 1986 Donal Henahan of The New York Times. For his music criticism., 1986


Box 8 Folder 1 1987 Richard Eder of Los Angeles Times. For his book reviews., 1987



Box 10 Folder 10 1988 Tom Shales of The Washington Post. For his television criticism. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Supporting Letter., 1988



Box 8 Folder 7 1989 Michael Skube of News and Observer, Raleigh, NC. For his writing about books and other literary topics. (With Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1989



Box 10 Folder 7 1990 Allan Temko of San Francisco Chronicle. For his architecture criticism. (With Entry Form; Supporting Letter., 1990


Box 10 Folder 6 1991 David Shaw of Los Angeles Times. For his critiques of the way in which the media, including his own paper, reported the McMartin Pre-School child molestation case. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1991



Box 6 Folder 9 1993 Michael Dirda of The Washington Post. For his book reviews. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1993



Box 8 Folder 5 1994 Lloyd Schwartz of The Boston Phoenix. For his skillful and resonant classical music criticism. (With Entry Form; To The Reader., 1994



Box 3 Folder 12 1995 Margo Jefferson of The New York Times. For her book reviews and other cultural criticism. (With Entry Form; Photograph., 1995



Box 10 Folder 8 1996 Robert Campbell of The Boston Globe. For his knowledgeable writing on architecture. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1996



Box 8 Folder 11 1997 Tim Page of The Washington Post. For his lucid and illuminating music criticism. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter., 1997



Box 3 Folder 11 1998 Michiko Kakutani of The New York Times. For her passionate, intelligent writing on books and contemporary literature. (With Entry Form)., 1998



Box 7 Folder 6 1999 Blair Kamin of Chicago Tribune. For his lucid coverage of city architecture, including an influential series supporting the development of Chicago's lakefront area. (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter, 1999



Box 8 Folder 12 2000 Henry Allen of The Washington Post. For his fresh and authoritative writing on photography. (With Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter., 2000



Box 129 2001 Gail Caldwell of The Boston Globe. For her insightful observations on contemporary life and literature., 2001



Box 113 2002 Justin Davidson of Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his crisp coverage of classical music that captures its essence. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2002



Box 24 Folder 5 2003 Stephen Hunter of The Washington Post. For his authoritative film criticism that is both intellectually rewarding and a pleasure to read. With Entry Form, photograph and biography., 2003



Box 28 Folder 6 2004 Dan Neil of Los Angeles Times. For his one-of-a-kind reviews of automobiles. (With Entry Form, letter, photograph, biography., 2004



Box 27 Folder 2 2005 Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal. For his reviews that elucidated the strengths and weaknesses of film with rare insight, authority and wit. (With Entry Form, letter, no photogrpah., 2005



Box 39 Folder 5 2006 Robin Givhan of The Washington Post. For her witty, closely observed essays that transform fashion criticism into cultural criticism. (With entry form, Nominating Letter)., 2006



Box 113 2006 Patricia Lowry of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Nomination for her architectural criticism. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography) Did not receive an award., 2006



Box 38 Folder 1 2007 Jonathan Gold of LA Weekly. For his zestful, wide ranging restaurant reviews, expressing the delight of an erudite eater. (With entry form)., 2007



Box 143 Folder 10 2008 Mark Feeney of The Boston Globe. For his penetrating and versatile command of the visual arts, from film and photography to painting. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 2008



Box 148 Folder 9 2009 Holland Cotter of The New York Times. For his wide ranging reviews of art, from Manhattan to China, marked by acute observation, luminous writing and dramatic storytelling. (With Entry Form; List of Entries), 2009



Box 141 Folder 1 2010 Sarah Kaufman of The Washington Post. For her refreshingly imaginative approach to dance criticism, illuminating a range of issues and topics with provocative comments and Original insights. offbeat humor and astute cultural observations. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 2010



Box 157 Folder 10 2010 Sarah Kaufman of The Washington Post. CD, 2010



Box 141 Folder 8 2011 Sebastian Smee of The Boston Globe for his vivid and exuberant writing about art, often bringing great works to life with love and appreciation. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 2011


Subseries II.7: Editorial Cartooning, 1922-present



Box 3 Folder 1 [n.d.] Keith Temple "Essential for Democracy (not a prize winner)



Box 4 Folder 1 Alfred Frueh "Major Herbert Bayard Swope, Litt.D." (not a prize winner) Original pen and ink (deframed)


Box 4 Folder 2 "LIBERTY: "Ah! Its at least of comfort to know I am cherished and wanted" Pencil (inscribed to Carl Ackerman"


Box 4 Folder 3 Jordan Stevenson [Portrait of F.D.R.], 1924 Pencil (not a prize winner), 1924



Box 2 Folder 6 [n.d.] Rollin Kirby "Waiting for Orders" Cartoon re. the KKK (not a prize winner). B&w photograph.



Box 1 Folder 19 1922 Rollin Kirby New York World, August 5, 1921. "On the Road to Moscow.", 1922


Box 1 Folder 2 1924 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & New York Tribune, May, 6 1923. "In Good Old USA." Printed cartoon --conservation needs to remove from under glass. 1 folder, 1924


Box 1 Folder 20 1924 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & New York Tribune, May, 6 1923. "In Good Old USA." Printed cartoon (2 copies). With Photostat of letter from Darling explaining the impetus for the cartoon, 12/20/1937, 1924, 12/20/1937


Box 1 Folder 19 1925 Rollin Kirby New York World, October 5, 1924. "News from the Outside World." (2 copies), 1925



Box 2 Folder 1 1926 D. R. Fitzpatrick St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 12, 1925. "The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Today." (With a t.l.s. from Fitzpatrick to Ackerman, September 12, 1955)., 1926


Box 2 Folder 20 1926 D. R. Fitzpatrick St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 12, 1925. "The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Today.", 1926



Box 154 Folder 5 1926 D. R. Fitzpatrick. "The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Today." Framed cartoon., 1926



Box 2 Folder 4 1927 Nelson Harding Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 19, 1926. "Topping the Idol.", 1927


Box 2 Folder 21 1927 Nelson Harding Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 19, 1926. "Topping the Idol.", 1927


Box 2 Folder 8 1927 Nelson Harding Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 19, 1926. "Topping the Idol." B&w photograph, 1927



Box 6 Folder 7 1928 Nelson Harding Brooklyn Daily Eagle, December 15, 1927. "May His Shadow Never Grow Less." Copy 1, 1928


Box 6 Folder 7 1928 Nelson Harding Brooklyn Daily Eagle, December 15, 1927. "May His Shadow Never Grow Less." Copy 2., 1928



Box 8 Folder 4 1929 Rollin Kirby New York World, September 24, 1928. "Tammany." Large print., 1929



Box 2 Folder 7 1929 Rollin Kirby New York World, September 24, 1928. "Tammany." B&w photograph, 1929



Box 4 Folder 7 1929 Rollin Kirby New York World, September 24, 1928. "Tammany." Matted cartoon, 1929



Box 2 Folder 22 1930 Charles R. Macauley Brooklyn Daily Eagle, February23, 1929. "Paying for a Dead Horse." Printed cartoon (2 copies), 1930



Box 1 Folder 1 1930 Charles R. Macauley Brooklyn Daily Eagle, February23, 1929. "Paying for a Dead Horse." Printed cartoon --conservation needs to remove from under glass. 1 folder, 1930



Box 2 Folder 5 1931 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, February27, 1930. "An Old Struggle Still Going On.", 1931


Box 2 Folder 23 1931 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, February27, 1930. "An Old Struggle Still Going On." Printed, 1931


Box 2 Folder 10 1931 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, February27, 1930. "An Old Struggle Still Going On." B&w Photograph., 1931


Box 2 Folder 24 1932 John T. McCutcheon Chicago Tribune. "A Wise Economist Asks a Question." (With photocopy of an autograph letter from McCutcheon to Ackerman, May 9-), 1932



Box 154 Folder 12 1932 John T. McCutcheon Chicago Tribune. "A Wise Economist Asks a Question." Framed cartoon., 1932



Box 2 Folder 2 1933 H. M. Talburt Washington Daily News, January, 27, 1932. "The Light of Asia.", 1933


Box 2 Folder 25 1933 H. M. Talburt Washington Daily News, January, 27, 1932. "The Light of Asia." (2 copies), 1933



Box 154 Folder 17 1933 H. M. Talburt. "The Forgotten Man!" Framed cartoon., 1933



Box 2 Folder 26 1934 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun. "California Points with Pride!", 1934



Box 140 Folder 4 1934 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun. "California Points with Pride!" Original ink and pastel cartoon., 1934



Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, September 1, 1934. "Sure, I'll Work for Both Sides." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1935



Box 154 Folder 8 1935 Ross A. Lewis. "Sure, I'll Work for Both Sides." Framed cartoon., 1935



Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 6, 1934. "Make Them The First Line Of Defense", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "The Gleaners" (2 copies), 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 21, 1934. "Like A Blind Slave" (2 copies), 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, May 31, 1934 "Why Must It Reach 'This Point'", 1935, May 31, 1934


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 3, 1934. "Harvest Moon--And No Harvest!", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 20, 1934. "How Much Longer Under The 'Iron Cross'"", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 6, 1934 "We Cover The Waterfront", 1935, July 6, 1934


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 6, 1934. "Table For Two", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 21, 1934. "Tennessee Learns Which Is THE Law", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "Sure, I'll Work for Both Sides.", 1935


Box 2 Folder 27 1935 Ross A. Lewis Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1935



Box 3 Folder 2 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, April 24, 1936. "It's Your Fight" (not a prize winner)



Box 2 Folder 28 1937 C.D. Bachelor New York Daily News. "Come On In, I'll Treat You Right. I Used To Know Your Daddy." (With Entry Form)., 1937



Box 4 Folder 14 1937 C.D. Bachelor New York Daily News. "Come on in, I'll treat you right. I used to know your Daddy.", 1937


Box 4 Folder 8 1937 C.D. Bachelor New York Daily News. "The Carpet" Original matted cartoon (pencil and pastel) inscribed to Dean Ackerman (not a prize winner), 1937



Box 2 Folder 30 1937 Quincy Scott The Morning Oregonian, July 22, 1936 "East Side, West Side". Printed (Honorable Mention)., 1937, July 22, 1936


Box 2 Folder 29 1937 John Francis Knott The Dallas News, April 6, 1936 "Nature's Answer". Printed (Honorable Mention)., 1937, April 6, 1936


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, November 11, 1937. "The Road Back." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1938



Box 140 Folder 2 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, November 11, 1937. "The Road Back." [Prizewinning cartoon] Original ink and pastel cartoon., 1938



Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, January 16, 1937. "Perfect Gentlemen", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, April 3, 1937. "The Overzealous Watchdog", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, February27, 1937. "When The Last Ethiopian Is Dead", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, May 25, 1937. "Sunset", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, October 7, 1937. "How To Stay A World Champion . . .", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, November 3, 1937. "Wheeeeeeeee . . .", 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, November 24, 1937. "The Only Dictator America Wants" (2 copies), 1938


Box 2 Folder 31 1938 Vaughn Shoemaker. Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1938



Box 6 Folder 8 1939 Charles G. Werner Daily Oklahoman. "Nomination for 1938." [Prizewinning cartoon] Original artwork, 1939


Box 6 Folder 8 1939 Charles G. Werner Daily Oklahoman. "The Stakes Are High" Original artowrk, 1939


Box 6 Folder 8 1939 Charles G. Werner Daily Oklahoman. "Ceiling Zero" Original artowrk, 1939


Box 6 Folder 8 1939 Charles G. Werner Daily Oklahoman. "The Next Bite" Original artowrk, 1939


Box 6 Folder 8 1939 Charles G. Werner Entry Form and supporting letter, 1939



Box 4 Folder 15 1940 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, October 7, 1939. "The Outstretched Hand." Original artwork, 1940



Box 2 Folder 32 1940 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, October 7, 1939. "The Outstretched Hand." Printed, 1940


Box 2 Folder 9 1940 Edmund Duffy The Baltimore Sun, October 7, 1939. "The Outstretched Hand." B&w Photograph., 1940



Box 4 Folder 5 1941 Jacob Burck Chicago Times, June 2, 1940 "If I Should Die Before I Wake." Mounted Original pen and pencil., 1941, June 2, 1940


Box 4 Folder 9 1940 Suppl. (1963) Jacob Burck Undated Original cartoon depicting Mussolini, Hitler, and Tojo as three geisha girls (not a prize winner) Original cartoon, matted, 1940, Undated


Box 4 Folder 10 1940 Suppl. (1963) Jacob Burck Chicago Sun Times. "Back In Business" (not a prize winner) Original cartoon, matted., 1940



Box 259 No. 1: Jacob Burck June 2, 1940 "If I Should Die Before I Wake". Printed, June 2, 1940


Box 259 No. 2: Jacob Burck "Arc De Triomphe". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 3: Jacob Burck "The New Gargoyle". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 4: Jacob Burck "Be Sensible, Marianne, . . . ". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 5: Jacob Burck "All Is Calm . . .". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 6: Jacob Burck "Mount Vesuvius Labors". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 7: Jacob Burck "Clothes Don't Make the Man". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 8: Jacob Burck "I Came--I Saw--I Conquered". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 9: Jacob Burck "Wake Up You Big Tramp . . .". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 10: Jacob Burck "Somehow The Christmas Spirit Always gets Me". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 11: Jacob Burck "How Much Do You Tip These Gondoliers". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 12: Jacob Burck "For The Sustenance Of Another Speech, We Thank Thee Our Fuehrer". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 13: Jacob Burck "But What Can We Do Neville . . .". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 14: Jacob Burck "Hello Ma--This Is The Champ!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 15: Jacob Burck "Spring Plowing". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 16: Jacob Burck "Quoth the Ravin--Nevermore!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 17: Jacob Burck "Oh, Adolph--Are They Really Mine!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 18: Jacob Burck "A Horse! A Horse My Kingdome For A Real Horse!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 19: Jacob Burck "The Unfinished Symphony". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 20: Jacob Burck "Planning the Show". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 21: Jacob Burck "Daniel". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 22: Jacob Burck "Home, James". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 23: Jacob Burck "What No Caviar!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 24: Jacob Burck "Now, Where Do I Come In". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 25: Jacob Burck "And He Sent Forth A Dove . . .". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 26: Jacob Burck "You Are In My Popwer . . .". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 27: Jacob Burck "And See To It That It's Not Stolen Again". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 28: Jacob Burck "No, Jeeves, It's Not Done In America". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 29: Jacob Burck "Money, Money Everywhere And Not A Bite To Eat". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 30: Jacob Burck "N-Nice, K-Kitty!". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 31: Jacob Burck "Unhand Me, Villan". Original artwork.


Box 259 No. 32: Jacob Burck "The Biggest Show On Earth". Original artwork.



Box 260 No. 33: Jacob Burck "Won't Those Groceries Ever Come!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 34: Jacob Burck "How Is She On Oil". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 35: Jacob Burck "What's Sauce for the Goose is Sauce for Gandhi". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 36: Jacob Burck "The Man In the Moon". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 37: Jacob Burck "Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark" Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 38: Jacob Burck "Did Mr. Hull Call Ithy Bithy a Bad Name". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 39: Jacob Burck "It's Cute Hermann, But They Donlt Have Harems In Turkey Anymore". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 40: Jacob Burck "The Boy Stood On The Burning Deck". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 41: Jacob Burck [Missing]. Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 42: Jacob Burck "None But The Brave Deserves The Fair". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 43: Jacob Burck "My Object All Sublime, I Shall Achieve In Time". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 44: Jacob Burck "M M-M, This Ought To Thow 'Em". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 45: Jacob Burck "Tsk, Tsk, His Fever's Low Again-=-Needs Another Shot". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 46: Jacob Burck "Oh, Waiter, If I Can't Have The English Roast Beef, Can I Change It To Turkey". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 47: Jacob Burck "Boots, Boots, Boots". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 48: Jacob Burck "Honest, I Ain't Eaten Since I Left Rome!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 49: Jacob Burck [Missing]. Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 50: Jacob Burck "Single Or Double Cell, Sir". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 51: Jacob Burck "No! You May Not Go Out And Play!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 52: Jacob Burck "The Little Corporal". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 53: Jacob Burck "The Apache Dancer". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 54: Jacob Burck "But You Look Sweet Upon A Seat Of A Bicycle Built For Two". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 55: Jacob Burck "All My Deautiful Costumes Shot To Piece--Now Wadda I Wear!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 56: Jacob Burck "Oops--Velly Solly!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 57: Jacob Burck "Neville Destry Rides Again". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 58: Jacob Burck "Quite A Find For The British Museum, Eh, Wot!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 59: Jacob Burck "Honorable Side Show". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 60: Jacob Burck "He's Rehearsing For His London Appearance, Hermann". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 61: Jacob Burck "Look--But I Have Tickee!". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 62: Jacob Burck "London Bridge Ain't Falling Down". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 63: Jacob Burck "Goering Over London". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 64: Jacob Burck "Beau Geste". Original artwork.


Box 260 No. 65: Jacob Burck "There Is Nothing The Matter With My Eyes, Adolph". Original artwork.



Box 261 No. 66: Jacob Burck "Pygmalion". Original artwork.


Box 261 No 67: Jacob Burck "The Invisible Man". Original artwork.


Box 261 No 68: Jacob Burck "Weather Forecast: Cloudy -- Continued Showers". Original artwork.


Box 261 No 69: Jacob Burck "Ham and Eggs",. Original artwork.


Box 261 No. 70: Jacob Burck "But It Is Elementary, My Dear Holmes". Original artwork.


Box 261 No. 71: Jacob Burck "Are You Sure Your Mother Won't Object If We Come To Live With Her" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 72: Jacob Burck "Cloudburst" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 73: Jacob Burck "City Dump" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 74: Jacob Burck "Graziani" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 75: Jacob Burck "The Opening Gun" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 76: Jacob Burck "What Are The Wild Waves Saying" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 77: Jacob Burck "Storm Over England" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 78: Jacob Burck "If Only Beautiful Dreams Come True -- I Give Up Smoking" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 79: Jacob Burck "Stealing Adolph's Lightning" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 80: Jacob Burck "Bombed Out" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 81: Jacob Burck "War Going On As Usual During Alterations" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 82: Jacob Burck "Rumanian Strip Tease" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 83: Jacob Burck "Pennies From Heaven" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 84: Jacob Burck "The Greeks Have A Word For It" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 85: Jacob Burck "You Don't Mind If I Drop A Few Things Over London, Do You Sir" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 86: Jacob Burck Untitled cartoon of Nazis Flag in France Facing Union Jack in England Original artwork.


Box 261 No 87: Jacob Burck "Let's You And Me Go Steady, Babe -- And This'll Be Yours" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 88: Jacob Burck "Mirror, Mirror On The Wall Who Is The Fairest Of Them All" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 89: Jacob Burck "Your'e [sic] Fired!" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 90: Jacob Burck "M-M-M!" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 91: Jacob Burck "Better Than An Unbrella" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 92: Jacob Burck "Just An Old Roman Custom" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 93: Jacob Burck "Please, Do Great Honor And Commit Honorable Hara Kari, No" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 94: Jacob Burck "Boning Up" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 95: Jacob Burck "Weighing In" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 96: Jacob Burck "Holding The Bag" Original artwork.


Box 261 No 97: Jacob Burck "Povera Mia! They Can't Do This!", November 16, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 97: Jacob Burck "Yon Cassius Has A Mean And Hungry Look", December 21, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 97: Jacob Burck "I Never Thought Greek Could Be So Tough", November 9, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 98: Jacob Burck "Sitskrieg", November 25, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 98: Jacob Burck "Irish Stew", December 18, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 98: Jacob Burck "Low Tide", November 18, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "Please be reasonable, dear, Jim Farley had to know -- and besides you're a newspaper woman", July 14, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "But its would make such a nice scoop if you'd only tell me, Franklin", July 9, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "A lesson in higher mathematics", January 24, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "I'm taking all comers", March18, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "Aren't they rather big for playthings, Uncle Adolph", April 7, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 99: Jacob Burck "So please you, Sir, we much regret If we have failed in etiquette", August 6, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "I can't stop it, Adolph" February2, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "Why did I promise to be his secret weapon!", May 20, 1940 Printed., May 20, 1940


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "All hail the Lord High Executioner . . .", June 29, 1940 Printed, June 29, 1940


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "Adolph -- won't you please shut that door!" November 28, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "So the Fuehrer wants us to talk Turkey, does he", November 21, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 100: Jacob Burch "Here, chick-chick-chick-chick-chick-chickee-ee", February9, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 101: Jacob Burch "Oh, Da-a-a, you forgot your hat!" September 19, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 101: Jacob Burch "How do you get the hang of these things" February7, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 101: Jacob Burch "May I cut in" August 11, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 101: Jacob Burch "Now, look here, Caesar, you leave the Waterloos to me", December 5, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 102: Jacob Burch "Book of the month", December 22, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 102: Jacob Burch "Dear diary-I'm still crazy about Musso-but I think Joe is more dependable", November 3, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 102: Jacob Burch "Forget about Tunisia, Malta and Corsica-just hang on to Rome", November 30, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 102: Jacob Burch "Listen, I have a good mind to come down and lick you too", December 10, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 103: Jacob Burch "Ye sons of France", August 11, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 103: Jacob Burch "Babes in the woods", March 9, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 103: Jacob Burch "But, Adolph, I no can live by spaghetti alone!", November 20, 1940


Box 261 No 103: Jacob Burch "Well, what are you standing there for -- throw him another general", December 30, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 103: Jacob Burch "-and we haven't lost a patient, yet, eh, Benito!" June 19, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "Solo", December 26, 1940. Printed


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "Overture to 'Siegfried-(in Italian)", May 16, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "Boo-oo", August 15, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "Jack Sprat could eat no fat", June 25, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "What do you mean wait till you get your second wind", November 18, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 104: Jacob Burch "How many times have I told you NOT to play with matches!", December 9, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "If I open my mouth now, I'm a goner!", May 14, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "Well, here we are-back in gay Paree", November 15, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "That little Rumania is already quite a terror, Adolph!" November 28, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "Mademoiselle from Armentieres, parley voo . . .", May 31, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "Fancy seeing you here", May 6, 1940. Printed.


Box 261 No 105" Jacob Burch "Where are you going, my pretty maid", May 15, 1940. Printed.



Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, February5, 1941. "Darkest Africa." Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, February12, 1941. "Half Slave and Half Free." Printed, 1942



Box 2.33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, February17, 1941. "The Blind Men and the Elephant." Printed, 1942



Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, February25, 1941. "Mussolini" Printed (Missing), 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, March7, 1941. "British Plane." (Prizewinner) Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, March7, 1941. "The Policy of the United States" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 15, 1941. "Losses" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 16, 1941. "The Pipes of Spring" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 17, 1941. "Faster" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 24, 1941. "Hitler Conquers Greece: Hitler Threatens Gibralta" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 25, 1941. "They're Still There, Boss" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, April 29, 1941. "Defeat" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, August 11, 1941. "Bringing Back the Ukraine Harvest" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, August 13, 1941. "Does Anybody Smell Smoke" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, August 23, 1941. "How's This -- Better" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, August 29, 1941. "Look What We Did for Spain!" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, September 1, 1941. "Labor Day Parade--1941" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, September 24, 1941. "History Written on the Walls of Europe" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, October 4, 1941. "You Won't Need to Fill Out the Last One" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, November 15, 1941. "Delivering the Goods" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, December 10, 1941. "Pincers" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, December 23, 1941. "Our Side Gets Organized" Printed, 1942


Box 2 Folder 33 1942 Herbert Lawrence Block NEA service, December 30, 1941. "They Have Sown the Wind" Printed, 1942



Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, March 15, 1942. "Preview of Axis Civilization", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, March 17, 1942. "Big Man, Little Hammer", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, March 25, 1942. "Oh, Mr. Henderson, There Must Be a Leak Some Place", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, June 25, 1942. "Somebody's Always Taking the Joy Out of Life", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, July 8, 1942. "Playing with Fire", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, July 9, 1942. "If We Have Help to Give, Now Is The Time", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, July 17, 1942. "One Battle That Will Not Be Over While Life and Merory Last", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, August 7, 1942. "Eventually, Why Not Now", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, August 12, 1942. "Exercising the Family Pet", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, August 13, 1942. "That We Need Awakening Will Be News to Several Million Households", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, August 17, 1942. "Do You Suppose We's Better Tell Them", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, August 30, 1942. "There's Quite a Lot of Bear Left", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, September 8, 1942. "Every Day had Better be Labor Day for Everybody for the Duration", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, September 13, 1942. "What a Place For a Waste Paper Salvage Campaign." [Prizewinning Cartoon], 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, September 26, 1942. "Getting Somewhat Out of Balance", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, October 4, 1942. "Rats in the Cheese", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, October 20, 1942. "Football Orities Would Call It 'Slow Interference'", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, December 8, 1942. "Where's the Rest of the Game, Boys", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, December 14, 1942. "The Cat is Back", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune, December 19, 1942. "How Did Our Forefathers Ever Live to Tell the Tale", 1943


Box 262 1943 Jay Norwood Darling Des Moines Register & Tribune. Completed Entry Form with accompanying letter., 1943



Box 1 Folder 3 1944 Clifford K. Berryman Cartoons by Clifford K. Berryman Submitted by The Washington Evening Star for Consideration by The Pulitzer Prize Award Committee. Washington, DC, February 11, 1944.



Box 4 Folder 4 1944 Clifford K. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC., August 28, 1943. "Where Is the Boat Going", 1944



Box 140 Folder 3 1944 Jim Berryman "Let Me See How You Look In Here, Cliff". Original ink cartoon. This is a celebration of his father winning the Puliter Prize., 1944



Box 4 Folder 11 1945 Sergeant Bill Mauldin United Feature Syndicate, Inc. For distinguished service as a cartoonist, as exemplified by the cartoon entitled, "Fresh, spirited American troops, flushed with victory, are bringing in thousands of hungry, ragged, battle-weary prisoners," in the series entitled, "Up Front With Mauldin.", 1945


Box 4 Folder 16 1945 Sergeant Bill Mauldin United Feature Syndicate, Inc. "Up Front With Mauldin", 1945



Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times, October 21, 1945. "Time for Atomic Statesmanship"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Those Dollar Haircuts"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Hitler's Legacy"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Calling Cards"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Pied Piper of Germany"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "We Will Find the New Passage to a Far Better World"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "My Friends"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The President of the United States"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Pit and the Pendulums"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Die Lorelei"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Mein Birthday Cake"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Unter den Sickles"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Spirit of San Francisco"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "End of the Trail"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Army, Navy and Home Front"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Going My Way"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Brave New World"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "In the Safety Zone of the United Nations"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Sunset Trail"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "This Is the Atomic Bombing Hour"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "All This and Russia Too!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Out of the Depths of Despair"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Traffic's Tree"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "May He Always Stay Locked in the 1945 Closet", 1945


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Time to Bridge that Gulch", November 30, 1945 (Prizewinning Cartoon), November 30, 1945


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Responsibility Cheats Again"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Unter Den Linden"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "This Toughening Road to Tokyo!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Heil Hitler!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Preview of Fujiyama"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Victory is the Port"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Does Your Carpet Taste Different Lately"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "See Yourself As Others See You"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Keep it Bulging"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Bridge of the Rhine!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Going Mein Way"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Collaboration Checks Off"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Dead End Kids"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "What About Control of This Atomic Weapon"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "A House Divided"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Wainwright!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Reconversion's Bier"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "A Far Cry From Mt. Suribachi"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Spelling Chaos"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The War Wasn't Won In A Day"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "His to Do or Die"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Be So Happy Tojo--You Will!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "So Sorry--All Big Surprise To Everyone!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Home, Sweet Home"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Quick Change Artist"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Postman Rings Thrice"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Little Red Schoolhouse Safety Catch"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "A Road Back"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Journey's End"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "MacArthur's Peak"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The New 'Main Stem' of Tokyo"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Five Star Final"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Japanese Sunday School Boy"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "That He Will Guide Us Into the Paths of Peace"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Lower Away"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Truman Express"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "We Delivered the Goods--We Can Do It Again!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times " [Japanese Flag on Fire]


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Praise God From 'Whom All Blessings Flow'"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "What About the Upstairs Region"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Uranium 1945American Lighthouise"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Halseyfied"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Control Tower Over Germany"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Monument to Militarism"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Anvil Chorus"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "May the Melody Linger On"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The product and the producer"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Elections May Come and Go--"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "School Days, School Days"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Hon. New Man On White Horseback"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Stars and Stripes and Blood and Tears"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Hold Your Hat, Victory -- Here They Saw Again!"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Near East Wind Doth Blow"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "He Who Laughs Last --"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Mighty Oak and the New Acorn"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Liberation's Holy Light"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Mitscher's men"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Biggest Plank in the Charter"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Neither Was Rome Built in a Day"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Saga of a Dauntless Lady"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "In the New Little Red Schoolhouses of Germany"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The 1000Year Road Back"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Touchdown Drive"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "One Way Traffic"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "What God Hath Wrought"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Part two"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Japanese Current"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Descending Shroud"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Der Admiral Carries On"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "A Tale of Two Cities"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Book's End"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Rise and Fall of a Roman Dictator"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Somewhere in Germany"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Ursa Major"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Over the German Hill"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Tale of the Vienna Woods"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Japanese Sandman-of-War"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Spring Song"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Japanese Schoolboy"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Allied Academy Award"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "New Base for an Ageless Oscar"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Hon. Nero"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Sooner Their Present Agony Will Be Over"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Old Man River"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times " 'One Good Strong Heave'--Churchill"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Barbershop Discord"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Tidal Wave On the Black Sea"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Hon. Mental Level Carries On"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "The Essential V for Lasting Victory"


Box 263 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "How Much Longer"



Box 154 Folder 18 Bruce Russell Los Angeles Times "Irresponsible Statements -- Deepening Suspicions". Framed cartoon.



Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News. "Why Is It"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, October 25, 1946 . "Guiding Light"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, February6, 1946 . "High Road and Low Road"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, May 29, 1946 . "Memorial"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, April 24, 1946 . "Out of Sight, Out of Mind"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, November 19, 1946 . "Boomerang"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, March1, 1946 . "Time for Plain Speaking"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, March21, 1946 . "Bootlegger, 1946 Model", 1946


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, December 10, 1946 . "Bridal Suite in the 'Fireproof" Hotel"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, January 18, 1946 . "The Camel's Nose"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, February8, 1946 . "Casting Our Breat Across the Waters"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, May 7, 1946 . "The Underminer"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, June 18, 1946 . "Hard to Harmonize"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, May 23, 1946 . "Hold It Up!"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, March3, 1946 . "Time for Decision"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, October 22, 1946 . "Unfinished Business"


Box 264 1947 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, September 6, 1946. "Still Racing His Shadow." [Prizewinning Cartoon], 1947



Box 140 Folder 5 1947 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily News, September 6, 1946. "Still Racing His Shadow." [Prizewinning Cartoon]. Original ink and pastel cartoon., 1947



Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, March20, 1946 . "The Gleaner"


Box 264 Vaughn Shoemaker Chicago Daily New, Completed Entry Form with accompanying letter.



Box 2 Folder 18 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Peace Today." B&w Photograph [Prizewinning Cartoon], 1948



Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Where To Park" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Sticking His Neck Out" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "A Study In Psychiatry" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Prayer For Today" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "We Are Thankful Because . . ." Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Hard To Get Things Done With This Saw" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Some Mouth To Feed" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Counting Bears" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Still Pounding Away" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "He's Got To be Very Careful" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "A New Year Wish" Original cartoon., 1948


Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. [China Contemplates Peace] Photostat, 1948



Box 154 Folder 19 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand". Framed cartoon., 1948


Box 154 Folder 20 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. "Atomic Bomb". Framed cartoon., 1948



Box 6 Folder 6 1948 Reuben L. Goldberg New York Sun. (Entry Form)., 1948



Box 2 Folder 3 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, April 6, 1948. "Who Me", 1949



Box 4 Folder 6 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, April 6, 1948. "Who Me" Pen, 1949



Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, April 6, 1948. "Who Me", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, ""Friendship Train", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, September 30, 1948. "How Does He Do It", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, July 8, 1948. "Mr. Hague Inststs!", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, July 16, 1948. "Kun'l, Suh, Ah Done My Best!", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, December 29, 1948. "This Time He Pulled His Thumb Out!", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, November 4, 1948. "'A Lot of Faces Will Be Red'--Prophet Truman", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, January 31, 1948. "The Paradox", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, June 19, 1948. "Such a Lot of Noise, Eh Molotov", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, November 13, 1948. "The 'Bird of Evil Omen!'", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, July 31, 1948. "August in Berlin", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, June 2, 1948. "'Twas a Glorious 'Democratic' Victory", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, October 30, 1948. "Sensational Newspaper Beat", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, December 3, 1948. "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf", 1949


Box 1 Folder 4 1949 Lute Pease Newark Evening News, May 19, 1948. "Accolade!", 1949



Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "All Set for a Super-Secret Session in Washington." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1950



Box 154 Folder 9 1950 James T. Berryman. "All Set for a Super-Secret Session in Washington." Framed cartoon., 1950



Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "On Soviet Sales", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Jackson-Jefferson Dinner", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Meeting the Problem Head On", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "The Pen Might be Mighter Than The Sword", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Front Page Frenzy", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Gone--But Not Forgotten", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Northern Hospitality", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "…Not Even His Nose Knows", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Proverb-ial", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Coat-Tail Riders In The Sky", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "Caviar vs. Catfish", 1950


Box 4 Folder 17 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. Completed Entry Form)., 1950



Box 2 Folder 19 1950 James T. Berryman The Evening Star, Washington, DC. "All Set For A Super-Secret Session In Washington". B&w photograph, 1950



Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, December 14, 1950. "Hats." B&w photograph [Prizewinning cartoon], 1951



Box 154 Folder 13 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning. "Hats." Framed cartoon., 1951



Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, July 18, 1950. "Korea--War Lesson No. 1". Printed, 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, December 13, 1950. "Ships That Pass". B&w photograph and printed, 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, November 7, 1950. "Without Marks Its Waste Paper." Thermofax and printed, 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, July 16, 1950. "--Victory Is Still Measured By the Foot!" printed., 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, December 18, 1950. For "We Love The Red Chinese, We Love Them Not--" B&w photograph and printed., 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, December 27, 1950. For "Don't Call Me A 'Red', Son"" B&w photograph and printed, 1951


Box 7 Folder 4 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic, November 7, 1950. "Without Marks Its Waste Paper." Thermofax and printed, 1951



Box 265 1951 Reg (Reginald W.) Manning Arizona Republic. Substitute exhibit -- original missing. Included typed letter from Manning to John Hohenberg., 1951



Box 4 Folder 13 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Your Editors Ought to Have More Sense Than to Print What I Say!" Original cartoon, 1952



Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. Completed Entry Form, January 31, 1952., 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Classified!", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Tune In Panmunjom And See if You Can Get 'What's My Line!'", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. [Chinese Dragon Chasing UN], 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Look, Ma --I'm Running!", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Don't Take It So Hard Comrade--Just Imaging These Rocks Are Capitalists Warmongers!", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Isn't This Where We Started From", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "It's The Gypsy In Me", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "Veto", 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "I Wish They'd Give The Cease Firing Order Over Here!, 1952


Box 266 1952 Fred L. Packer New York Mirror. "I Was Heavyweight Champ Once.", 1952



Box 4 Folder 12 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 9, 1952. "Aftermath." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1953



Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 9, 1952. "Aftermath." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 17, 1952. "Brotherhood.", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer, March18, 1952. "Yes Sir, Yes Sir, Three Bags Full", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 24, 1952. "White Crosses Mount . . .", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer September 7, 1952. "Poor Little Rich Man", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer. September 14, 1952 "If His Enthusiasm . . .", 1953, September 14, 1952


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer September 20, 1952. "Guided Missiles", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer October 12, 1952. "Crosses", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer November 20, 1952. "As Time Marched On", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer Noverber 25, 1952. "Ceiling Still Zero", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer December 9, 1952. "With Strings Attached", 1953


Box 3 Folder 3 1953 Edward D. Kuekes Cleveland Plain Dealer Entry Form and biographical sketch, 1953



Box 2 Folder 34 1954 Herbert L. Block (Herblock) The Washington Post & Times-Herald. Cartoon depicting the robed figure of Death saying to Stalin after he died, "You Were Always A Great Friend of Mine, Joseph.", 1954



Box 154 Folder 1 1954 Herbert L. Block (Herblock). "You Were Always A Great Friend of Mine, Joseph." Framed cartoon., 1954


Box 154 Folder 16 1954 Herbert L. Block (Herblock). "You Were Always A Great Friend of Mine, Joseph." Framed cartoon., 1954



Box 2 Folder 17 1954 Herbert L. Block. B&w photogrph and biographical profile of the artist, 1954



Box 267 1955 As I Saw It: a review of our times with 311 cartoons and notes by D.R. Fitzpatrick. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953.


Box 267 1955 Daniel R. Fitzpatrick St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For a cartoon published on June 8,1954 entitled, "How Would Another Mistake Help" showing Uncle Sam, bayoneted rifle in hand, pondering whether to wade into a black marsh bearing the legend "French Mistakes in Indo-China." The award is also given for distinguished body of the work of Mr. Fitzpatrick in both 1954 and his entire career., 1955, 1954



Box 268 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, September 16, 1955. "Achilles" showing a bulging figure of American prosperity tapering to a weak heel labeled "Farm Prices." [Prizewinning Cartoon], 1956



Box 2 Folder 16 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, September 16, 1955. "Achilles" B&w photograph. [Prizewinning Cartoon], 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, March10, 1955. "Revolving Ammunition Dump", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, February4, 1955. "Past Tense, Present Tense, Future Tense", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, September 2, 1955. "Halt--Whose Mother Goes There", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, July 11, 1955. "An Einstein Theory Children Can Understand", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times. For his cartoon, "Achilles" showing a bulging figure of American prosperity tapering to a weak heel labeled "Farm Prices." [Prizewinning cartoon], 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, September 27, 1955. "History Studies A New Chart", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, October 25, 1955. "Construction Boom", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, November 1, 1955. "Can Johnny's Parents Read"", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, December 1, 1955. "--But We Can Sell Automobiles and Refrigerators", 1956


Box 2 Folder 35 1956 Robert York Louisville (KY) Times, December 29, 1955. "Some Are Stranded On The Ledges", 1956



Box 3 Folder 7 1957 Tom Little The Nashville Tennessean, January 12, 1956. "Wonder Why My Parents Didn't Give Me Salk Shots" [Prizewinning Cartoon] With many related photographs and letters., 1957



Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News. "The Thinker," published on August 10, 1957 depicting the dilemma of union membership when confronted by racketeering leaders in some labor unions. [Prizewinning Cartoon]. Clipped from paper, 1958, August 10, 1957


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, May 3, 1957. "Oh Well, May be Another Adam and Eve" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, September 7, 1957. "Little Rock" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, December 9, 1957. "Vox Pop" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, February28, 1957 "The No. 1 Obstacle to Peace" Clipped from paper, 1958, February28, 1957


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, September 20, 1957. "The Great Healer" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, December 7, 1957. "I'm Hardly Even Mentioned Anymore!" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, December 14, 1957. "Quo Vadis" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, October 7 1957. "Sour Grape" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, November 26, 1957. "Be It Ever So Humble---" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, September 20, 1957. "The Great Healer" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, February12, 1957. "We're Still Trying to Make It Work, Abe" Clipped from paper, 1958


Box 1 Folder 5 1958 Bruce M. Shanks Buffalo (NY) Evening News, February15, 1957. "Death Or Taxes" Clipped from paper, 1958



Box 2 Folder 40 1959 William H. (Bill) Mauldin St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For "I won the Nobel Prize for Literature. What was your crime" Published on October 30, 1958 Don't Push Your Luck, Mister; I won the Nobel Prize for Literature. What was your crime; The Marvels of Soviet Technology Come to Hungary; Rx: A Drop a Day; Young Man, This Year I'll Ask the Questions; They Want You to Go Slow, Child. That's What They Said 80 Years Ago; B-A-A-A-W! I Wanna Play, Too; And The Best Part Is That He's Paying Us For The Ride; Egad, Nelson--And On Your Very First Safari, Too; I Started A Correspondence Course, Until Pa Learned That Was Integrated, Too; Chee, Boss, I Can't Wait To Get Dem Cops In De Union; Good Morning, Comrades (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography., 1959, October 30, 1958



Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, October 8, 1960. "The Kindly Tiger," published on. [Prizewinning cartoon], 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, March10, 1960. "The Poor Dunce", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, April 2, 1960. "A Warning From The Jungle", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, May 25, 1960. "The New War Horse", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, August 22, 1960. "The Indignant Anthropoid", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, September 8, 1960. "The Longest Grudge In History", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, September 12, 1960. "Hit Back! Hit Back! You Can't Win Covering Up", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, September 19, 1960. "The Blind Rhino", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, November 14, 1960. "You Can't Swat A Fly With A Sledge Hammer", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, December 2, 1960. "How To Lose Friends Fast", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, December 28, 1960. "Packing Up To Leave", 1961


Box 3 Folder 4 1961 Carey Orr Chicago Tribune, Entry Form, Biographical Sketch and supporting letters., 1961



Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times. For "What You Need, Man, Is a Revolution Like Mine," published on August 31, 1961., 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, March9, 1961. "By Government Decree Every member of the Commune Is Entitled to a Private Lot" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, March11, 1961. "Help! Help! Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, March17, 1961. "Would You Pass It Along Please--I Know You Are Fasting" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, March29, 1961. "I Would Have Preferred It Well-Done" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, March20, 1961. "So Early In The Journey, Too" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, June 22, 1961. "What Nobody Wants a Troika Ride" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, August 31, 1961. "What You Need, Man, Is A Revolution Like Mine" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, September 8, 1961 "Look, He Sure Wants to Communicate Something . . . " Clipping from paper, 1962, September 8, 1961


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, Novermer 4, 1961. "And the Serpent Said Unto the Woman . . ." Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, Octobet 18, 1961. "A Penny For Your Thoughts--Dear Neighbor" Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, June 20, 1961. "You May Come Out, Chester--the Whole Thing Has Been Called Off . . ." Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman The Hartford Times, May 26, 1961. "That One There Hasn't Had Enough . . ." Clipping from paper, 1962


Box 1 Folder 9 1962 Edmund S. Valtman Completed Entry Form)., 1962


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register. For a cartoon which showed a world destroyed with one ragged figure calling to another: "I said we sure settled that dispute, didn't we!", 1963



Box 154 Folder 3 1963 Frank Miller. "I said we sure settled that dispute, didn't we!" Framed cartoon., 1963



Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, November, 1962. "End of the Trail" Photostat, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, October, 1962. "An American Goes To College . . ." Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, March, 1962. "1964 1968 1972 1976 . . ." Printed, 1963, 1968, 1972, 1976


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, June, 1962. "'Perhaps It Would Help If We All Said A Little Prayer'" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, August, 1962. "Russian Targets" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, January, 1962. "I Said--We Sure Settled That Dispute, Didn't We" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, October, 1962. "A Wall" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, November, 1962. "Violent Summit Meeting" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, August, 1962. "The Great Train Robbery" Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller Des Moines Register, October, 1962. "Ah Am Innocent! . . ." Printed, 1963


Box 1 Folder 7 1963 Frank Miller. Photograph and Completed Entry Form)., 1963


Box 1 Folder 8 Frank Miller Frank Miller Looks At Life. Des Moines, Iowa: The Des Moines Register [1962]


Box 1 Folder 10 1964 Paul Conrad The Denver Post. For his editorial cartooning during the past year: "All Those In Favor Of The Test-Ban Treaty . . .": "The Great Buddah Has Answered Our Prayers"; "No Cheeks Left To Turn"; "Fifteen Yards . . ."; "Well If Their Money is Good Enough For The Canadians . . ."; "Profile In Courage"; "Someone's been Eathing My Porridge . . ."; ""Stand Back Everybody!"; "Reports Of My Political Demise . . ."; ""It Only Hurts When She Laughs . . ."; With completed Entry Form)., 1964



Box 269 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "You Mean You Were Bluffing" [Prizewinning cartoon] Bound volume containing 99 newspapers cartoons from 1965 clipped from the paper and pasted-in., 1966, 1965



Box 2 Folder 15 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "You Mean You Were Bluffing" [Prizewinning cartoon] B&w Photograph, 1966



Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "De Gaulle A-Go-Go", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "Global War", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "The Great Society", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "Everglades National Desert", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "Aluminum Products", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. [Electric Plug], 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "If You Don't Like It Here, Feel Free To Lea--"", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "Korea", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "You mean You Were Bluffing", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "You Are Now Leaving Hayneville, Ala.", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "I Tell You. I Hear A Horn", 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. "Watch The Riff-Raff Start Pouring In, 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. Letter of nomination, January 31, 1966, 1966, January 31, 1966


Box 270 1966 Don Wright The Miami News. Background and Biography on Cartoon Award. Typed, 2 pp., 1966



Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, February1, 1966.. "They Won't Get Us To The Conference Table...Will They" Clipping from newspaper. [prizewinning cartoon], 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post. For "They Won't Get Us To The Conference Table...Will They" Published February1, 1966., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, April 19, 1966. "You Want Us To Sit Down And Discuss Our Problems" Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, September 23, 1966. [Bird of Peace] Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, November 27, 1966. "Of Course There Is An Alternative To The Pill--The Bomb" Clipping from newspaper., 1967



Box 154 Folder 4 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant. "Of Course There Is An Alternative To The Pill--The Bomb". Framed cartoon., 1967



Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 4, 1966. "First Things First, Child!" Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 9, 1966. "You Realize Then That If You Can't Afford To Go To College . . ." Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 14, 1966. "Air" Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 21, 1966. "The Fourth Wise Man" Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 28, 1966. [Credibility Dept.] Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant The Denver Post, December 30, 1966. "How" Clipping from newspaper., 1967


Box 1 Folder 11 1967 Patrick B. Oliphant B&w photograph, Entry Form and supporting letter., 1967


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, June 6, 1967. [Egypt-Israel Crisis] Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, June 20, 1967. "He Was Assaulted While Peacefully Going About His Business . . ." Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, November 29, 1967. [Slicing the Globe] Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, August 8, 1967. "'The War Is Going Very Well. Pass It On' Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, February22, 1967. "'Is The World's Champion In'" Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, November 2, 1967. "'It's terrible The Way Tobacco Advertising Is Slanted Towards Young People'" Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, January 24, 1967. "Death Valley Days" Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, January 26, 1967. "His Master's Voice" Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, December 6, 1967. [Dr. Spock] Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne The Charlotte Observer, April 6, 1967. "'Dr. King Says, Would You Please Move To The Back Of The Bus'" Photostat., 1968


Box 1 Folder 6 1968 Eugene Gray Payne Completed Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1968


Box 1 Folder 14 1969 John Fischetti Chicago Daily News. For his editorial cartooning in 1968 "The Daley Clout"; "It's How You Play The Game . . ."; "Speaking From A Position Of Strength"; "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, . . ."; "American Style"; "[Czechoslovakia]; "You're Better Prepared To Be President . . ."; "It Shouldn't Be Hard For Either Side . . ."; "Horizons"; "Why Don't They Lift Themselves Up . . ." With B&w photograp,, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1969, 1968



Box 271 1970 Thomas F. Darcy Newsday, Garden City, NY. For his editorial cartooning during 1969 [Slum Schools]; "It's the Warden . . ."; Sorry Fellas . . ."; "And In This Corner . . ."; "The Good Life, 1969"; "Psst, Wear It . . ."; "Prisoner of War . . ."; "Good New, We've Turned the Corner . . ."; "I Followe Orders . . ."[Inflation'. With supporting letter from Bill Moyers, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1970, 1969



Box 1 Folder 18 1971 Paul Conrad Los Angeles Times. For his editorial cartooning during 1970 "The U.S. Army Is Watching You"; "[Noah's Ark]; "A Society Is Judged By The Way It Cares For Its Youth And Its Afed"; "[Trial of the Chicago Twelve]; "There's A Bomb Set To Go Off"; "From Here To Eternity"; "Everybody Lower Your Voices! . . ."; "General Pandora's Footlocker"; "Shifting Sands"; "The Operation Was A Complete Success . . ." With B&w photograph, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1971, 1970


Box 1 Folder 16 1972 Jeffrey K. MacNelly Richmond News-Leader. For his editorial cartooning during 1971 "Free Calley"; "george"; [Dollar Bill]; ""Okay, John, One More Time . . ."; "The Economy"; "Great Blocking Th There, Bill". With B&w photograph, Entry Form and Biographical Sketch., 1972, 1971



Box 6 Folder 5 1974 Paul Szep The Boston Globe. For his editorial cartooning during 1973 "John Dean"; "The Summer of 73"; "I've Decided Not To Tell You About The Alledged Shipwreck"; "I'm At The Part About Permissive Courts . . ."; "Forget The Watergate . . ."; "Watergate Coverup"; "Have I Made It Perfectly Clear . . ."; "You're Surrounded Nixon . . ."; "Lone Survivors"; "For The Sake Of Clarification . . .". With B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch Nominating Letter., 1974, 1973



Box 154 Folder 6 1974 Paul Szep. "For The Sake Of Clarification…" Framed cartoon., 1974



Box 1 Folder 15 1975 Garry Trudeau Universal Press Syndicate. For his cartoon strip Doonesbury: Copies of 19 strips, February27 -- October 9, 1974. (With Entry Form; Printed pamphlet Doonesbury : Mirth and Metaphysics; Supporting letter and documents., 1975



Box 154 Folder 14 1975 Garry Trudeau. "The Watergate Reunions"; "The Presidential Tapes"; "Mr. Ford Takes Office". Framed cartoons., 1975



Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 22, 1975. "O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain". [Prizewinning cartoon] Missing from portfolio., 1976



Box 154 Folder 10 1976 Tony Auth. "O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain". Framed cartoon., 1976


Box 154 Folder 2 1976 Tony Auth. "O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain". Framed cartoon., 1976



Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 30, 1975. "Anything I Can Do To Help", 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 9, 1975. "What Are We Planning For The Bicentennial", 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 15, 1975. [Betty Ford], 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 6, 1975. "Jump [New York]", 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 31, 1975. [Simon], 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 30, 1975. "Take This For Muhammad", 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 30, 1975. [New York Slap], 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 26, 1975. [CIA As Exploding Cigar], 1976


Box 1 Folder 17 1976 Tony Auth. B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch Nominating Letter, 1976



Box 6 Folder 4 1977 Paul Szep The Boston Globe: "You're Luck Pal"; "Fill 'Er Up"; "True Grit"; "News Item . . ."; "My First Promise . . ."; "Yeh, Well, This Is My Legislative Assistant"; "Can't Say I'm Crazy About Either Of Them"; "I'll Be Jack Kennedy . . ."; "Enf Of Round One"; "Ford Admits He Was Wrong . . ."; "It You Liked Earl Butz . . .". With B&w photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Sketch and Supporting Letter., 1977



Box 154 Folder 11 1977 Paul Szep. "Can't Say I'm Crazy About Either Of Them". Framed cartoon., 1977



Box 9 Folder 12 1978 Jeffrey K. MacNelly Richmond (VA) News Leader: 140 Tax return; [Joust]; [Andy Young and Singlaub]; IRS; Okay, Leon, Stand By For Liftoff; [NYC Looting]; [Jimmy Carter as Don Quixote]; Panama; [Carter's Energy Program]; [Arab-Israel Conflict]. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1978


Box 9 Folder 13 1979 Herbert L. Block The Washington Post. For the body of his work: Election Trends; Two In The Bush; H.H.H. loves U.S.A; Energy Bill; And Bring Me Their Heads So I Can See What Goes On Inside Them; And Now-Over Here Please-Our Special Chinese Surprise; Moscow Olympics; You Think It'll Sell; Leadership; Pre-Election Ballot Box. (With Photograph; Entry Form; Biography), 1979



Box 272 1980 Don Wright The Miami News: [Los Angeles Air]; [Cambodia]; [The Gasoline Engine]; [The Electric Chair]; [Atomic Energy]; [Radioactivity]; [Iran]; [Islam and Technology]; [Islam and Entertainment] Note: inserts removed and placed in Box 2 Folder 36, 1980



Box 2 Folder 36 1980 Don Wright The Miami News: Inserts removed from large portfolio above., 1980



Box 154 Folder 15 1980 Don Wright. [Los Angeles Air]. Framed cartoon., 1980



Box 9 Folder 14 1981 Mike Peters Dayton (OH) Daily News: [Gun Banning]; Sperm Bank; ERA; Nuclear Reactor; [Carter's Defence Policy]; [Washington, Nixon, Carter]; Justice Burger Sent Me; [Reagan and the ERA]; [Poland]; [Carter and Nuclear Proliferation]. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography, 1981


Box 9 Folder 7 1982 Ben Sargent Austin (TX) American-Statesman: Th' Nightmare Again; Biology For Arkansas; [Russia and Poland]; Defense; Vietnam Vet; Reagan Budget; {Nixon]; Making Phone Call]; [Terrorists and France]; El Salvador; [American Getting Tough]; With Photograph; Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1982



Box 11 Folder 6 1983 Richard Locher Chicago Tribune [Robot Union]; [Regan And central America]; [Job Security]; [PLO Under Attack By Israel]; [Weatherman]; [Soviet Electronic Spying]; Criminal Justice; [Oil Rilling White House]; Dense Pack 1941 and 1983 With Photograph, Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography., 1983, 1941, 1983



Box 8 Folder 8 1984 Paul Conrad Los Angeles Times. [C.I.A. Military Actions]; [U.S. In Latin America Conflicts]; [Reagan and Vietman]; [Soldier Under Fire]; [Reagan and Hispanics]; [Reagan's Duel With Press]; "The Day After"; [Reagan As A Turkey]; [Pyramid Of Weapons]; "The Battle Of Beirut". With Entry Form; Biography., 1984



Box 10 Folder 3 1985 Jeff MacNelly Chicago Tribune. The Reagan Cabinet Meeting; Frits [Mondale]; [Polics and Religion]; [Jesse Jackson Angers Jews]; Rdaio Free Reagan; [Reagan's Star Wars]; Andropov's [Grave]; [Senator's In Space] (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Nominating Letter, 1985



Box 12 Folder 1 1986 Jules Feiffer The Village Voice, New York, NY. [Yuppies Live]; [God's Punishment]; [Reagan and Nicaragua]; [Reagan and Falwell]; [President Botha]; [Reagan's Political Answers]; [Reagan and the Mirror]; [George Will and Intervention]; [Kids and Christmas]; [Trials]; (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Letters of Support), 1986



Box 154 Folder 7 1986 Jules Feiffer. [God's Punishment]. Framed cartoon., 1986



Box 273 1987 Berke Breathed The Washington Post Writers Group: Bloom County comic strip; Biography; Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph., 1987



Box 9 Folder 10 1988 Doug Marlette The Atlanta Constitution and Charlotte Observer: [PTL and Religon] (14 cartoons); To Err Is Human-To Forget, Divine; [Federal Pen]; [Hell]; [Florida Gun Laws]; [Judge Bork]; [Oliver North]; Laws The Revenge; How Sweet It Was; [Gary Hart as Flasher]; [Wall Street]; [Ed. Meese]; [Star Wars]; [Cuban Exploding Cigar]; [William J. Casey]; [Nuclear Power Station]; [Reproduction]; [Gary Hart]; [Racist Justice System]; [Los Angeles Traffic Violence]; [Mikhail Gorbachev]; [Electric Chair]; [Hart and Bidgen]; [Oliver North's Uniform]; We Started Our elagging Kuwaiti Tankers; President No Child, But Yor Can Grow Up To Be A Front Runner". (With Entry Form; Supporting Letters (3); Biography; Photograph., 1988



Box 7 Folder 2 1989 Jack Higgins Chicago Sun-Times: [With Apologies to Andrew Wyeth]; Mind If I Play Through; [Jessie Jackson and Michael Dukakis]; Never Cry Freedom In a Criwded Theatre . . .; [Congressional Pay Increase]; [Ed Meese]; [Jane Fonda]; [Racism in Sports Coverage]; The Lst Temptation of Christ; (With Entry Form; Supporting letter., 1989



Box 2 Folder 37 1990 Tom Toles The Buffalo News. For his work during the year as exemplified by the cartoon "First Amendment.": Dear Diary; We Wopn't Forget You; [Political Change Of Position]; [Chairman Mao]; [Uncle Sam and Reunited Germany]; [Rich Tax Cuts]; The Exxon Oil-Spill Saga; First Amendment (Prizewinning Cartoon); Savings and Loans; The Education President; Wit Entry Form; Letters of Support (2); Summary of his work;, 1990



Box 9 Folder 15 1991 Jim Borgman The Cincinnati Enquirer: Borgman and Broccoli; Cincinnati Art Police; Now That Communism Is Dead, I Think I'll Take A Nap; There Is No Postal Service; A Place Where No One Is Afraid To Hug; Bush Motors Presents Caveat; As A Matter Of Fact, I'd Like To See Some Identification From You, Too; Saddam; Actually, It's So We Alwayd Know Where They Are; [Woman In Locker Room]; [Gorbachev Dominoes]. (With Entry Form; Biography; Cover Letter; Photograph, 1991


Box 9 Folder 1 1992 Signe Wilkinson The Philadelphia Daily News: [Bailout]; Home Alone; [Alan Simpson]; [The Kiss]; [School Choice]; U.S. Energy Policy; [Health Care Costs]; [Bush Geography]; [U.S. Aid to Kurds]; The New Supreme Court Robes. With Photograh; Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter., 1992


Box 9 Folder 3 1993 Stephen R. Benson The Arizona Republic: Operation Restore Hope; The membners depart for Home to report to their Constituents; [Los Angeles]; [Ross Perot]; [Tailhook]; [Israeli Deaths]; [Iraq]; [Church Sex Abuse]; All the King's Horses and all the King's Men; [Arizona]; [Joe Camel]; '92 Tour; [Capitalism and Communism]; [Bush and Clinton]; [Dan Quayle]; Somalia; [Media Sharks]; [Clinton's Foreign Policy]; [Conquistadors]; [British Royals]; [Clinton and Bush on Economic Horses]. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1993



Box 274 1994 Michael P. Ramirez Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN. For his trenchant cartoons on contemporary issues: The Morning After; [Liberal Catholics]; [Senator Packwood]; The Difference Between Criminals and Law-abiding Citizens; [Somalia]; [Too Much television]; [Yitzhak Yasser]; [Clintons]; "Meanwhile at the Denny Trial . . ."; "You'd be Crazy if You Don't Pray in School!!!"; [Don't Ask Don't Tell]; "Never Again"; Solomon; [Sumo Wrestler's Bow]; NFL Sacks Memphis; Biographical Note; Entry Form; Supporting letter., 1994



Box 9 Folder 8 1995 Mike Luckovich The Atlanta Constitution: Assault Gun Ban; Western Man; [Newt]; If Jeffrey Dahmer Had Been A Football Hero; U.S. Children; [War Casualties]; Pro Life; Pie-Eating Championships; Moment Of Silent Prayer At Beginning Of Class; 199 Growth Chart; [Clinton and Heath Care]; [Racism]; [Mt. Rushmore]; Tobacco Industry; [Justice]; Bosnia; Star Trek -- The G.O.P. Generation; [Justice Thomas]; [Jesus]; Homeless. With Photograph; Entry Form; Supporting Letter., 1995


Box 9 Folder 6 1996 Jim Morin The Miami Herald: [Vietman memorial]; [Debt]; Newt Gumprich; Guns Galore; Coming Soon: The SOCKS Hearings; Culture Aroung the World; [Cortorate Mergers]; [Unabomber]; [Democratic Party Headquarters]; Human Race; Fraud; [Clinton]; Sadat; Evil Empire; PBS; [O.J. Simpson]; [Bosnia]; The Packwood Diaries; State of the Union; Opinion Polls; With Photograph; Supporting Letter., 1996


Box 9 Folder 16 1997 Walt Handelsman Times-Picayune, New Orleans: [Publishing Ethics]; Election '96 A Final Summary; [FBI and Richard Jewell]; [Bob Dole and Ronald Regan's Politics]; Assault Weapon Identification Chart; FBI Seeks New Suspect In Olympic Bombing; Clinton and Gennifer Flowers; [Ross Perot]; [Dick Morris and Prostitute]; [Zaire]; Dating In The 90s; [Clinton's Welfare Reform]; Children's Chalk Drawings; [Bob Dole Being Switched Off]; [Election '96]; [Fear Of Flying]; [Clintons Adopting Republican Issues]; [Arabs Talking To Israelis]; [Sex Education]; Domestic Terrorism. (With Entry Form; Biography., 1997


Box 9 Folder 2 1998 Stephen P. Breen Asbury Park Press, Neptune, NJ: Soft Money; Joe Camel; Fly My Pretties; O.J. [Simpson]; Supboena; Maternity Ward; Cloning; Hong Kong; Fund Razor; Stock Market; Tall In The Saddle; A.M.A.; Nike; Warhead; 63 Year-Old Gives Birth; Girl Scout Cookies; Hamas; Presidential Seal; Swindler's List; China Summit. With Photograh; Entry Form; Nominating Letter, 1998


Box 9 Folder 9 1999 David Horsey The Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Empties! Nothing But Empties; Judgment Call; Bill Clinton's Worst Nightmare; [Hillary Clinton]; Bigger Than Titanic; Finally! A Real Bite; [Tea Party]; The Cult; The Real Incest Policy; Clinton Scandal; The Flaw In The Bombing Plan; [Guns]; [Clinton and Presidental Dignity]; [Clinton and His Family]; [Wenatchee Defendants]; {Judiciary Wheel of Fortune; [Clinton as Peter Pan]; The Charlatan; Beltway Apocalypse. (With Entry Form; Supporting Letter., 1999



Box 7 Folder 1 2000 Joel Pett Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader: Roll Your Own Excused; Yellow Peril; Diversity; Economic Boom; Racial progress; Representative Democracy; The System; Guns and Butter; Baby Six Billion; The End is Near; First Available; Evasion Closet; Ecomomic Development; Whose deal; The Party of Lincoln; Show Me the Money; The American Dream; Billboard Bull; Judgment Day; Grasping at Straws; With Biographical profile; Entry Form and Supporting letter., 2000



Box 9 Folder 11 2001 Ann Telnaes Tribune Media Services: [Supreme Court]; China Policy; [Al Gore]; [George Bush]; [Florida Legislature]; Their Stained Dresses; Lieberman Call For 'A Constitutional Place For Faith'"; The Choice; Who Wants To Marry A Human Rights Abuser; Separation Of Church And State; [Horse Race]; Get Lost; I'm Not Traumatized-His Finger Isn't On The Trigger; hypocriKeyes; Women's Vote; (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Tearsheets and Reader Responses., 2001



Box 118 2002 Clay Bennett The Christian Science Monitor for his editorial cartoons. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2002



Box 32 Folder 10 2003 David Horsey The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. For his perceptive cartoons executed with a distinctive style and sense of humor. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2003


Box 32 Folder 11 2004 Matt Davies The Journal News. For his piercing cartoons on an array of topics, drawn with a fresh, Original style. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2004



Box 30 Folder 5 2005 Nick Anderson The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY. For his unusual graphic style that produced extraordinarily thoughtful and powerful messages. Witn entry Form)., 2005



Box 42 Folder 1 2006 Mike Luckovich The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. For his powerful cartoons on an array of issues, drawn with a simple but piercing style. With enrty form, letter., 2006



Box 109 2006 Jeff Danziger Rutland Herald for his political cartoons. (With Entry Form;Nominating Letter; Biography) Not awarded a Pulitzer Prize., 2006



Box 30 Folder 4 2007 Walt Handelsman Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his stark, sophisticated cartoons and his impressive use of zany animation. Wirh entry form, Nominating Letter, published brochure., 2007



Box 157 Folder 4-7 2007 Walt Handelsman Newsday, Long Island, NY. 4 CDs of animated cartoons., 2007



Box 12 Folder 2 2007 Walt Handelsman Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his stark, sophisticated cartoons and his impressive use of zany animation. [Political Memoirs]; [Translating For Arafat and Netanyahu], 2007



Box 150 Folder 2 2008 Michael Ramirez Investor's Business Daily. For his provocative cartoons that rely on Originality, humor and detailed artistry., 2008



Box 149 Folder 8 2009 Steve Breen The San Diego Union-Tribune. For his agile use of a classic style to produce wide ranging cartoons that engage readers with power, clarity and humor. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2009



Box 142 Folder 5 2010 Mark Fiore, self syndicated, appearing on SFGate.com. For his animated cartoons appearing on SFGate.com, the San Francisco Chronicle Web site, where his biting wit, extensive research and ability to distill complex issues set a high standard for an emerging form of commentary. (With Entry Form), 2010



Box 157 Folder 17 2010 Mark Fiore cartoons. CD., 2010



Box 149 Folder 11 2011 Mike Keefe of The Denver Post for his widely ranging cartoons that employ a loose, expressive style to send strong, witty messages., 2011


Subseries II.8: Editorial Writing, 1917-present



Box 13 Folder 9 1917 Frank H. Simonds New York Tribune For an editorial article on the first anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania., 1917


Box 13 Folder 13 1917 Frank H. Simonds New York Tribune For an editorial article on the first anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania. Copy 2., 1917



Box 275 1917 No author named New York Tribune. For an editorial article on the first anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania., 1917


Box 275 1918 No author named Louisville Courier Journal. For the editorial article, "Vae Victis!" and the editorial, "War Has Its Compensation.", 1918


Box 275 1920 Harvey E. Newbranch Evening World Herald, Omaha, NE. For an editorial entitled "Law and the Jungle.", 1920


Box 275 1922 Frank M. O'Brien New York Herald. For an article entitled, "The Unknown Soldier.", 1922


Box 275 1923 William Allen White Emporia (KS) Gazette. For an editorial entitled "To an Anxious Friend.", 1923


Box 275 1924 No author named The Boston Herald. For an editorial entitled "Who Made Coolidge" Special prize of $1000 was awarded to the widow of the late Frank I. Cobb, New York World, in recognition of the distinction of her husband's editorial writing and service., 1924


Box 275 1925 No author named Charleston (SC) News and Courier. For the editorial entitled "Plight of the South.", 1925



Box 13 Folder 17 1925 No author named Charleston (SC) News and Courier. For the editorial entitled "Plight of the South." Thermofax copy., 1925


Box 13 Folder 18 1925 No author named Charleston (SC) News and Courier. For the editorial entitled "Plight of the South." Clipping., 1925



Box 275 1926 Edward M. Kingsbury The New York Times. For the editorial entitled "House of a Hundred Sorrows.", 1926


Box 275 1927 F. Lauriston Bullard Boston Herald. For the editorial entitled, "We Submit.", 1927



Box 13 Folder 12 1927 F. Lauriston Bullard Boston Herald. For the editorial entitled, "We Submit." Copy 2., 1927



Box 275 1928 Grover Cleveland Hall Montgomery (AL) Advertiser. For his editorials against gangsterism, floggings and racial and religious intolerance., 1928


Box 275 1929 Louis Isaac Jaffe Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. For his editorial entitled "An Unspeakable Act of Savagery," which is typical of a series of articles written on the lynching evil and in successful advocacy of legislation to prevent it., 1929



Box 13 Folder 10 1929 Louis Isaac Jaffe Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. For his editorial entitled "An Unspeakable Act of Savagery," which is typical of a series of articles written on the lynching evil and in successful advocacy of legislation to prevent it. Copy 2, 1929


Box 13 Folder 16 1933 No author named Kansas City (MO) Star. For its series of editorials on national and international topics., 1933


Box 13 Folder 8 1934 E. P. Chase Atlantic (IA) News-Telegraph. For an editorial entitled, "Where is Our Money ", 1934



Box 12 Folder 5 1934 Honorable Mention: Unknown Writer in N.Y. American, October 9, 1933. Entry Form only; James E. Lawrence of The Lincoln Star, Lincoln, Nebraska. (With Entry Form and Letters of Support; Osburn Zuber of The Birmingham News, Birmingham, Alabama for his editorial "Why We Still Have Lynchings In The South; Geoffrey Parsons of The New York Herald Tribune for "The Stragic Gains"; E. H. Shaffer of The Albuquerque Tribune, Albuquerque, NM; Casper S. Yost of St. Louis Globe; Douglas W. Swiggett of The Milwaukee Journal., 1934



Box 14 Folder 3 1934 William R. Matthews The Arizona Daily Star. Honorable mention. With Letter from Matthews., 1934



Box 13 Folder 15 1936 Felix Morley and George B. Parker Washington Post and Scripps-Howard. Newspapers, (respectively). For distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form and Letters of Support., 1936


Box 13 Folder 11 1936 Felix Morley and George B. Parker Washington Post and Scripps-Howard. Newspapers, (respectively). For distinguished editorial writing during the year. Editorial replacements (therofax)., 1936



Box 12 Folder 6 1936 Honorable Mention: W.W. Waymack of The Des Moines Register and Tribune for "The Farmers and the Land". (With Entry Form)., 1936



Box 13 Folder 14 1937 John W. Owens The Baltimore Sun. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form)., 1937


Box 13 Folder 1 1939 Ronald G. Callvert The Oregonian, Portland, OR. For his distinguished editorial writing during the year as exemplified by the editorial entitled "My Country 'Tis of Thee." (With Entry Form)., 1939


Box 13 Folder 2 1940 Bart Howard St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For his distinguished editorial writing during the year., 1940



Box 19 Folder 2 1942 Geoffrey Parsons New York Herald Tribune. For his distinguished editorial writing during the year. With Biographical Profile., 1942



Box 13 Folder 2 1943 Forrest W. Seymour Register and Tribune, Des Moines, IA. For his editorials published during the calendar year 1942. (With Entry Form)., 1943



Box 19 Folder 4 1944 Henry J. Haskell Kansas City (MO) Star. For editorials written during the calendar year 1943., 1944



Box 13 Folder 4 1945 George W. Potter The Providence Journal-Bulletin. For his editorials published during the calendar year 1944 especially for his editorials on the subject of freedom of the press.With Entry Forma dn Letters of Support., 1945, 1944


Box 13 Folder 7 1946 Hodding Carter The Delta Democrat-Times, Greenville, MS. For a group of editorials published during the year 1945 on the subject of racial, religious and economic intolerance, as exemplified by the editorial "Go for Broke." (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1946, 1945


Box 13 Folder 19 1947 William H. Grimes The Wall Street Journal. For his distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form and envelope with Supplemental Material., 1947


Box 13 Folder 5 1948 Virginius Dabney Richmond Times-Dispatch. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. Copy of editorials from microfilm, with cover letter., 1948



Box 13.6 1949 Herbert Elliston The Washington Post. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1949



Box 276 1949 John H. Crider The Boston Herald. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. With letter of submission., 1949



Box 19 Folder 5 1950 Carl M. Saunders Jackson (MI) Citizen Patriot. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter, 1950



Box 14 Folder 2 1951 William Harry Fitzpatrick New Orleans States. For his series of editorials analyzing and clarifying a very important constitutional issue, which is described by the general heading of the series, "Government by Treaty." With Letters of Support and Biographical Note., 1951



Box 13 Folder 20 1952 Louis LaCoss St. Louis Globe Democrat. For his editorial entitled, "The Low Estate of Public Morals." (With Entry Form and Letters of Support., 1952



Box 14 Folder 9 1953 Vermont Connecticut Royster The Wall Street Journal. For distinguished editorial writing during the year. (With Entry Form and Biographical. Sketch, 1953



Box 277 1954 Don Murray Boston Herald. For a series of editorials on the "New Look" in National Defense which won wide attention for their analysis of changes in American military policy., 1954



Box 5 Folder 1 1955 Royce Howes Detroit Free Press. For an editorial on "The Cause of a Strike," impartially and clearly analyzing the responsibility of both labor and management for a local union's unauthorized strike in July, 1954 which rendered 45,000 Chrysler Corporation workers idle and unpaid. By pointing out how and why the parent United Automobile Workers' Union ordered the local strike called off and stating that management let dissatisfaction get out of hand, the editorial made a notable contribution to public understanding of the whole program of the respective responsibilities and relationships of labor and management in this field., 1955, July, 1954



Box 6 Folder 1 1956 Lauren K. Soth Register and Tribune, Des Moines, IA. For the editorial inviting a farm delegation from the Soviet Union to visit Iowa, which led directly to the Russian farm visit to the U.S.., 1956



Box 3 Folder 5 1957 Buford Boone Tuscaloosa (AL) News. For his fearless and reasoned editorials in a community inflamed by a segregation issue, an outstanding example of his work being the editorial entitled, "What a Price for Peace," published on February7,1956. (With Entry Form and many supporting letters., 1957



Box 1 Folder 12 1958 Harry S. Ashmore Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, AR. For the forcefulness, dispassionate analysis and clarity of his editorials on the school integration conflict in Little Rock. Two coptes of The Editorial Postiion of the Arkansas Gazette in the Little Rock School Crisis September 1-October 25, 1957. ( With Nominating Letter, January 27, 1958)., 1958



Box 91 1958 Harry S. Ashmore Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, AR. For the forcefulness, dispassionate analysis and clarity of his editorials on the school integration conflict in Little Rock. Two coptes of The Editorial Postiion of the Arkansas Gazette in the Little Rock School Crisis September 1-October 25, 1957. ( (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters). Very fragile., 1958



Box 128 1958 Walter Lippmann Herald Tribune for his editorial The Portent of the Moon". (With Entry Form; Biography). No award granted., 1958



Box 278 1959 Ralph McGill The Atlanta (GA) Constitution. For his distinguished editorial writing during 1958 as exemplified in his editorial "A Church, A School...." and for his long, courageous and effective editorial leadership. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography., 1959, 1958



Box 15 Folder 10 1960 Lenoir Chambers Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. For his series of editorials on the school integration problem in Virginia, as exemplified by "The Year the Schools Closed," published January 1, 1959 and "The Year the Schools Opened," published December 31, 1959. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 1960, January 1, 1959



Box 7 Folder 7 1961 William J. Dorvillier San Juan (Puerto Rico) Star. For his editorials on clerical interference in the 1960 gubernatorial election in Puerto Rico. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter., 1961, 1960



Box 19 Folder 3 1962 Thomas M. Storke Santa Barbara (CA) News-Press. For his forceful editorials calling public attention to the activities of a semi-secret organization known as the John Birch Society. (With Entry Form; Letters of Support; Photograph., 1962



Box 12 Folder 13 1962 Thomas M. Storke Santa Barbara (CA) News-Press. For his forceful editorials calling public attention to the activities of a semi-secret organization known as the John Birch Society. Biographical Note only., 1962



Box 279 1963 Ira B. Harkey Pascagoula (MS) Chronicle. For his courageous editorials devoted to the processes of law and reason during the integration crisis in Mississippi in 1962. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Letters of Support., 1963



Box 14 Folder 5 1964 Hazel Brannon Smith Lexington (MS) Advertiser. For steadfast adherence to her editorial duty in the face of great pressure and opposition. (With Entry Form and Nominating Letter., 1964



Box 13 Folder 21 1965 John R. Harrison Gainesville (FL) Sun. For his successful editorial campaign for better housing in his city. (With Entry Form)., 1965



Box 14 Folder 6 1966 Robert Lasch St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For his distinguished editorial writing in 1965. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter., 1966



Box 15 Folder 9 1967 Eugene Patterson The Atlanta Constitution. For his editorials during the year. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Profile., 1967



Box 19 Folder 1 1968 John S. Knight Knight Newspapers. For his distinguished editorial writing. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter; Biographical Profile.., 1968



Box 12 Folder 7 1969 Paul Greenberg Pine Bluff (AR) Commercial. For his editorials during 1968. (With Entry Form; Biographical Note, 1969



Box 15 Folder 8 1970 Philip L. Geyelin The Washington Post. For his editorials during 1969. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter., 1970



Box 12 Folder 8 1971 Horance G. Davis Jr. The Gainesville (FL) Sun. For his editorials in support of the peaceful desegregation of Florida's schools. With Photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Note, 1971


Box 12 Folder 9 1972 John Strohmeyer Bethlehem (PA) Globe-Times. For his editorial campaign to reduce racial tensions in Bethlehem. With Photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Note; Letters of Support., 1972


Box 12 Folder 10 1973 Roger B. Linscott Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield, MA. For his editorials during 1972. With Photograph; Entry Form)., 1973



Box 14 Folder 4 1974 F. Gilman Spencer of The Trentonian, Trenton, NJ, editor. For his courageous campaign to focus public attention on scandals in New Jersey's state government. (With Entry Form and Photograph., 1974



Box 12 Folder 11 1975 John Daniell Maurice Charleston (WV) Daily Mail. For his editorials about the Kanawha County schoolbook controversy. With Photograph; Entry Form; Biographical Note., 1975



Box 119 1976 Philip P. Kerby Los Angeles Times. For his editorials against government secrecy and judicial censorship. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1976


Box 119 1977 Warren L. Lerude, Foster Church and Norman F. Cardoza Reno (Nev.) Evening Gazette and Nevada State Journal. For editorials challenging the power of a local brothel keeper. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1977


Box 119 1978 Meg Greenfield of The Washington Post, deputy editorial page editor. For selected samples of her work. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1978


Box 119 1979 Edwin M. Yoder Jr. The Washington Star. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1979


Box 119 1980 Robert L. Bartley The Wall Street Journal for his editorials. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1980


Box 119 1982 Jack Rosenthal The New York Times for his editorials (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1982


Box 119 1983 Miami Herald Editorial Board The Miami Herald. For its campaign against the detention of illegal Haitian immigrants by federal officials. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1983


Box 119 1984 Albert Scardino Georgia Gazette, Savannah, GA. For his series of editorials on various local and state matters. (With Entry Form), 1984


Box 119 1985 Richard Aregood The Philadelphia Daily News. For his editorials on a variety of subjects. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1985


Box 119 1986 Jack Fuller Chicago Tribune. For his editorials on constitutional issues. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1986



Box 114 1987 Jonathan Freedman The Tribune, San Diego, CA. For his editorials urging passage of the first major immigration reform act in 34 years. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1987


Box 114 1988 Jane Healy Orlando Sentinel. For her series of editorials protesting overdevelopment of Florida's Orange County. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1988


Box 114 1989 Lois Wille Chicago Tribune. For her editorials on a variety of local issues. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1989



Box 18 Folder 6 1990 Thomas J. Hylton The Pottstown (PA) Mercury. For his editorials about a local bond issue for the preservation of farmland and other open space in rural Pennsylvania. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1990



Box 17 Folder 9 1991 Ron Casey, Harold Jackson and Joey Kennedy The Birmingham (AL) News. For their editorial campaign analyzing inequities in Alabama's tax system and proposing needed reforms. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketch., 1991



Box 18 Folder 5 1992 Maria Henson Lexington (KY) Herald-Leader. For her editorials about battered women in Kentucky, which focused statewide attention on the problem and prompted significant reforms. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Letters of Support; Photograph., 1992


Box 18 Folder 8 1994 R. Bruce Dold Chicago Tribune. For his series of editorials deploring the murder of a 3-year-old boy by his abusive mother and decrying the Illinois child welfare system. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1994



Box 17 Folder 8 1995 Jeffrey Good The St. Petersburg (FL) Times. For his editorial campaign urging reform of Florida's probate system for settling estates. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketch., 1995



Box 18 Folder 4 1996 Robert B. Semple The New York Times. For his editorials on environmental issues. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph., 1996



Box 12 Folder 12 1997 Michael Gartner The Daily Tribune, Ames, Iowa. For his common sense editorials about issues deeply affecting the lives of people in his community. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1997



Box 18 Folder 9 1998 Bernard L. Stein The Riverdale (NY) Press. For his gracefully-written editorials on politics and other issues affecting New York City residents. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Photograph cut out., 1998


Box 18 Folder 7 1999 Editorial Board Daily News, New York, NY. For its effective campaign to rescue Harlem's Apollo Theatre from the financial mismanagement that threatened the landmark's survival. (With Entry Form; Group Photograph; Nominating Letter., 1999



Box 17 Folder 7 2000 John C. Bersia The Orlando Sentinel. For his passionate editorial campaign attacking predatory lending practices in the state, which prompted changes in local lending regulations. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 2000


Box 17 Folder 10 2001 David Moats Rutland (VT) Herald. For his even-handed and influential series of editorials commenting on the divisive issues arising from civil unions for same-sex couples. With Summary of Entry., 2001



Box 140 Folder 13 2002 Alex Raksin and Bob Sipchen Los Angeles Times. For their comprehensive and powerfully written editorials exploring the issues and dilemmas provoked by mentally ill people dwelling on the streets. (With Entry Form; Nominating Ltter; Resume), 2002



Box 26 Folder 2 2003 Cornelia Grumman Chicago Tribune. For her powerful, freshly challenging editorials on reform of the death penalty. (With Entry Form, letter, no biography or photograph., 2003



Box 28 Folder 5 2004 William R. Stall Los Angeles Times. For his incisive editorials that analyzed California's troubled state government, prescribed remedies and served as a model for addressing complex state issues. (With Entry Form, ltter, photograph, biography., 2004



Box 38 Folder 7 2005 Tom Philp The Sacramento Bee. For his deeply researched editorials on reclaiming California's flooded Hetch Hetchy Valley that stirred action. (With Entry Form, Letter)., 2005


Box 38 Folder 5 2006 Rick Attig and Doug Bates The Oregonian, Portland. For their persuasive, richly reported editorials on abuses inside a forgotten Oregon mental hospital. (With Entry Form; Biograph; Letter opf Support)., 2006



Box 43 Folder 3 2007 Arthur Browne, Beverly Weintraub and Heidi Evans New York Daily News. For their compassionate and compelling editorials on behalf of Ground Zero workers whose health problems were neglected by the city and the nation. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters; Biographies)., 2007



Box 142 Folder 2 2009 Mark Mahoney The Post-Star, Glens Falls, NY. For his relentless, down-to-earth editorials on the perils of local government secrecy, effectively admonishing citizens to uphold their right to know. (With Entry Form), 2009



Box 141 Folder 5 2010 Tod Robberson, Colleen McCain Nelson and William McKenzie The Dallas Morning News. For their relentless editorials deploring the stark social and economic disparity between the city's better-off northern half and distressed southern half. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographies), 2010


Box 141 Folder 7 2011 Joseph Rago of The Wall Street Journal for his well crafted, against-the-grain editorials challenging the health care reform advocated by President Obama. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph)., 2011



Box 157 Folder 14 2011 Joseph Rago of The Wall Street Journal CD, 2011


Subseries II.9: Explanatory Journalism, 1985-1997


Full texts, photographs and cartoons are available for Journalism winners from 1995--2010 only.



Box 12 Folder 16 1985 Jon Franklin The Baltimore Evening Sun. For his seven-part series "The Mind Fixers," about the new science of molecular psychiatry. (With Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter; Photograph, 1985



Box 15 Folder 6 1986 Staff of The New York Times. For a six-part comprehensive series on the Strategic Defense Initiative, which explored the scientific, political and foreign policy issues involved in "Star Wars." (With Entry Form)., 1986



Box 18 Folder 2 1987 Jeff Lyon and Peter Gorner Chicago Tribune. For their series on the promises of gene therapy, which examined the implications of this revolutionary medical treatment. (With Entry Forms; Biographical Sketchs; Photographs; Nominating Letter., 1987



Box 12 Folder 14 1988 Daniel Hertzberg and James B. Stewart The Wall Street Journal. For their stories about an investment banker charged with insider trading and the critical day that followed the October 19, 1987 stock market crash. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies., 1988, October 19, 1987



Box 16 Folder 1 1989 David Hanners-reporter, William Snyder-photographer, and Karen Blessen --artist. For their special report on a 1985 airplane crash, the follow-up investigation, and the implications for air safety. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketches; Photographs missing., 1989, 1985



Box 15 Folder 7 1990 David A. Vise and Steve Coll The Washington Post. For stories scrutinizing the Securities and Exchange Commission and the way it has been affected by the policies of its former chairman, John Shad. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter; Photograph. With Copy 2., 1990



Box 18 Folder 1 1991 Susan C. Faludi The Wall Street Journal. For a report on the leveraged buy-out of Safeway Stores, Inc., that revealed the human costs of high finance. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1991



Box 16 Folder 2 1992 Robert S. Capers and Eric Lipton Hartford (CT) Courant. For a series about the flawed Hubble Space Telescope that illustrated many of the problems plaguing America's space program. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketch; Photograph, 1992



Box 17 Folder 1 1993 Mike Toner The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. For "When Bugs Fight Back," a series that explored the diminishing effectiveness of antibiotics and pesticides. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1993



Box 16 Folder 3 1994 Ronald Kotulak Chicago Tribune. For his lucid coverage of current developments in neurological science. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketch., 1994



Box 17 Folder 11 1995 Leon Dash, Staff of writer, and Lucian Perkins, photographer, of The Washington Post. For their profile of a District of Columbia family's struggle with destructive cycles of poverty, illiteracy, crime and drug abuse. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographical Sketch; Photographs., 1995



Box 14 Folder 1 1996 Laurie Garrett Newsday, Long Island, NY. For her courageous reporting from Zaire on the Ebola virus outbreak there. (The winner was entered and nominated in the International Reporting category and was moved by the Pulitzer Prize Board to Explanatory Journalism.). (With Entry Form and Photograph., 1996



Box 17 Folder 6 1997 Michael Vitez, reporter, and April Saul and Ron Cortes, photographers, of The Philadelphia Inquirer. For a series on the choices that confronted critically-ill patients who sought to die with dignity. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1997



Box 86 Folder 1 1997 Michael Vitez, reporter, and April Saul and Ron Cortes, photographers, of The Philadelphia Inquirer. For a series on the choices that confronted critically-ill patients who sought to die with dignity. (With Entry Forms; Photographs)., 1997


Subseries II.10: Explanatory Reporting, 1998-present



Box 17 Folder 2 1998 Paul F. Salopek Chicago Tribune. For his enlightening profile of the Human Genome Diversity Project, which seeks to chart the genetic relationship among all people. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1998


Box 17 Folder 4 1999 Richard Read The Oregonian, Portland. For vividly illustrating the domestic impact of the Asian economic crisis by profiling the local industry that exports frozen french fries. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1999



Box 15 Folder 1 2000 Eric Newhouse Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune. For his vivid examination of alcohol abuse and the problems it creates in the community., 2000



Box 17 Folder 3 2001 Staff of Chicago Tribune. For "Gateway to Gridlock," its clear and compelling profile of the chaotic American air traffic system. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 2001



Box 1 Folder 7 2002 David Finkel The Washington Post. For his illuminating series of articles on the lives and journeys of international migrants., 2002



Box 112 2002 Staff of The New York Times. For its informed and detailed reporting, before and after the September 11th attacks on America, that profiled the global terrorism network and the threats it posed. (With Entry Form), 2002



Box 24 Folder 2 2003 Staff of The Wall Street Journal. For its clear, concise and comprehensive stories that illuminated the roots, significance and impact of corporate scandals in America. (Moved by the jury from the Public Service category.). (With Entry Form)., 2003



Box 29 Folder 1 2004 Kevin Helliker and Thomas M. Burton The Wall Street Journal. For their groundbreaking examination of aneurysms, an often overlooked medical condition that kills thousands of Americans each year. (With Entry Form, letter, no photograph., 2004



Box 26 Folder 6 2005 Gareth Cook The Boston Globe. For explaining, with clarity and humanity, the complex scientific and ethical dimensions of stem cell research. (With Entry Form, letter, no photograph., 2005



Box 31 Folder 7 2006 David Finkel The Washington Post. For his ambitious, clear-eyed case study of the United States government's attempt to bring democracy to Yemen. (With Entry Form, photograph and bio)., 2006



Box 43 Folder 1 2007 Kenneth R. Weiss, Usha Lee McFarling, reporters, and Rick Loomis, photographer, of the Los Angeles Times. For their richly portrayed reports on the world's distressed oceans, telling the story in print and online, and stirring reaction among readers and officials. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter: Biographies; Photographs and cd missing)., 2007



Box 143 Folder 6 2008 Amy Harmon The New York Times. For her striking examination of the dilemmas and ethical issues that accompany DNA testing, using human stories to sharpen her reports. (With Emtry Form; List of Entries; Photograph), 2008



Box 147 Folder 3 2009 Bettina Boxall and Julie Cart Los Angeles Times. For their fresh and painstaking exploration into the cost and effectiveness of attempts to combat the growing menace of wildfires across the western United States. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; CVs), 2009



Box 146 Folder 10 2010 Michael Moss and members of The New York Times Staff. For relentless reporting on contaminated hamburger and other food safety issues that, in print and online, spotlighted defects in federal regulation and led to improved practices. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2010



Box 157 Folder 21 & 22 2010 Michael Moss and members of The New York Times Staff. 2 CDs, 2010



Box 146 Folder 5 2011 Mark Johnson, Kathleen Gallagher, Gary Porter, Lou Saldivar and Alison Sherwood / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (With Entry Form; Nimonating Letter; Biographies; Photographs), 2011



Box 157 Folder 25 2011 Mark Johnson, Kathleen Gallagher, Gary Porter, Lou Saldivar and Alison Sherwood / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel CD, 2011


Subseries II.11: Feature Photography, 1968-present



Box 20 Folder 9 1968 Toshio Sakai United Press International For his Vietnam War combat photograph, "Dreams of Better Times." (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographic Profile., 1968


Box 20 Folder 8 1969 Moneta Sleet Jr. Ebony Magazine For his photograph of Martin Luther King Jr.'s widow and child, taken at Dr. King's funeral. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biographic Profile., 1969



Box 34 Folder 8 1970 Dallas Kinney Palm Beach Post, West Palm Beach, FL For his portfolio of pictures of Florida migrant workers, "Migration to Misery." (With Entry Form, Photograph; Biographical Profile), 1970



Box 21 Folder 5 1971 Jack Dykinga Chicago Sun-Times For his dramatic and sensitive photographs at the Lincoln and Dixon State Schools for the Retarded in Illinois. (With Entry Form, Photograph; Biographical Profile; Nominating Letter)., 1971



Box 280 1972 Dave Kennerly United Press International For his dramatic photographs of the Vietnam War in 1971. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographic Profile)., 1972



Box 84 Folder 5 1973 Brian Lanker Topeka Capital-Journal For his sequence on child birth, as exemplified by his photograph, "Moment of Life." (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography)., 1973



Box 20 Folder 11 1974 Slava Veder Associated Press For his picture of the return of an American prisoner of war from captivity in North Vietnam. With Photograph and Biograpic Profile., 1974



Box 281 1975 Matthew Lewis The Washington Post For his photographs in color and black and white., 1975



Box 282 1976 Photographic Staff of Louisville Courier-Journal and Times For a comprehensive pictorial report on busing in Louisville's schools., 1976



Box 75 1977 Robin Hood Chattanooga News-Free Press For his photograph of a disabled veteran and his child at an Armed Forces Day parade. Entry Form; Photograph; Biography; Clipping). Most of the exhibit is missing., 1977



Box 11 Folder 4 1978 J. Ross Baughman Associated Press For three photographs from guerrilla areas in Rhodesia. (With Entry Form, Photograph; Biographical Profile., 1978



Box 84 Folder 2 1979 Staff of Photographers Boston Herald American For photographic coverage of the blizzard of 1978. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1979



Box 82 1980 Erwin H. Hagler Dallas Times Herald For a series on the Western cowboy. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography)., 1980



Box 76 Folder 4 1980 Erwin H. Hagler Dallas Times Herald For a series on the Western cowboy., 1980



Box 84 Folder 3 1981 Taro M. Yamasaki Detroit Free Press For his photographs of Jackson (Mich.) State Prison. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography)., 1981



Box 74 1982 John H. White Chicago Sun-Times For consistently excellent work on a variety of subjects. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography)., 1982



Box 81 Folder 3 1983 James B. Dickman Dallas Times Herald For his telling photographs of life and death in El Salvador. (With Entry Form; Summary; Photograph)., 1983



Box 76 Folder 2 1983 James B. Dickman Dallas Times Herald For his telling photographs of life and death in El Salvador. (13 photographs on boards)., 1983



Box 283 1984 Anthony Suau The Denver Post For a series of photographs which depict the tragic effects of starvation in Ethiopia and for a single photograph of a woman at her husband's gravesite on Memorial Day., 1984



Box 30 Folder 3 1985 Larry C. Price The Philadelphia Inquirer For his series of photographs from Angola and El Salvador depicting their war-torn inhabitants., 1985



Box 82 1985 Larry C. Price The Philadelphia Inquirer For his series of photographs from Angola and El Salvador depicting their war-torn inhabitants. (Printed Copy of the newspaper)., 1985



Box 36 Folder 1 1985 Stan Grossfeld The Boston Globe For his series of photographs of the famine in Ethiopia and for his pictures of illegal aliens on the Mexican border. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter)., 1985



Box 33 Folder 1 1986 Tom Gralish The Philadelphia Inquirer For his series of photographs of Philadelphia's homeless. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter, Photograph, and bio)., 1986


Box 33 Folder 4 1987 David Peterson Des Moines Register For his photographs depicting the shattered dreams of American farmers. (With Entry Form, photograph, and bio)., 1987



Box 34 Folder 2 1988 Michel duCille The Miami Herald For photographs portraying the decay and subsequent rehabilitation of a housing project overrun by the drug crack. (With entry form, Nominating Letter, Photograph, and bio)., 1988


Box 34 Folder 1 1989 Manny Crisostomo Detroit Free Press For his series of photographs. depicting student life at Southwestern High School in Detroit. (With entry form, Nominating Letter. No photograp or bio)., 1989



Box 81 Folder 4 1990 David C. Turnley Detroit Free Press For photographs of the political uprisings in China and Eastern Europe. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1990



Box 39 Folder 2 1991 William Snyder The Dallas Morning News For his photographs of ill and orphaned children living in subhuman conditions in Romania. (With entry form), 1991



Box 71 1992 John Kaplan Block Newspapers, Toledo, OH For his photographs depicting the diverse lifestyles of seven 21-year-olds across the United States. (With Biograph; Photograph; Nominating Letter)., 1992


Box 71 1993 Staff of Associated Press For its portfolio of images drawn from the 1992 presidential campaign. (With Entry Form; List of Photographs)., 1993, 1992



Box 82 1994 Kevin Carter, a free-lance photographer For a picture first published in The New York Times of a starving Sudanese girl who collapsed on her way to a feeding center while a vulture waited nearby. (With Entry Form)., 1994



Box 284 1995 Staff of Associated Press For its portfolio of photographs chronicling the horror and devastation in Rwanda., 1995



Box 86 Folder 2 1996 Stephanie Welsh, a freelancer For her shocking sequence of photos, published by Newhouse News Service, of a female circumcision rite in Kenya. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph)., 1996


Box 86 Folder 4 1997 Alexander Zemlianichenko Associated Press For his photograph of Russian President Boris Yeltsin dancing at a rock concert during his campaign for re-election. (Moved by the Board from the Spot News Photography category.) (With Entry Form)., 1997



Box 75 1997 Alexander Zemlianichenko Associated Press. Photograph of people stepping on the head of Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky, founder of the KGB. (This was part of his portfolio of photographs submitted for the prize)., 1997



Box 343 1998 Clarence Williams Los Angeles Times For his powerful images documenting the plight of young children with parents addicted to alcohol and drugs. (With Entry Form; Biography)., 1998



Box 72 1999 Photo Staff of Associated Press For its striking collection of photographs of the key players and events stemming from President Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky and the ensuing impeachment hearings., 1999



Box 285 2000 Carol Guzy, Michael Williamson and Lucian Perkins The Washington Post For their intimate and poignant images depicting the plight of the Kosovo refugees. (With Entry Form; Photographs), 2000



Box 286 2001 Matt Rainey The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ For his emotional photographs that illustrate the care and recovery of two students critically burned in a dormitory fire at Seton Hall University., 2001



Box 287 2002 Staff of The New York Times For its photographs chronicling the pain and the perseverance of people enduring protracted conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan. (With Entry Form)., 2002



Box 40 Folder 2 2003 Don Bartletti Los Angeles Times For his memorable portrayal of how undocumented Central American youths, often facing deadly danger, travel north to the United States. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph missing)., 2003


Box 40 Folder 3 2004 Carolyn Cole Los Angeles Times For her cohesive, behind-the-scenes look at the effects of civil war in Liberia, with special attention to innocent citizens caught in the conflict. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph missing)., 2004



Box 31 Folder 3 2005 Deanne Fitzmaurice San Francisco Chronicle For her sensitive photo essay on an Oakland hospital's effort to mend an Iraqi boy nearly killed by an explosion. Witn entry form, letter., 2005



Box 37 Folder 7 2006 Todd Heisler Rocky Mountain News, Denver For his haunting, behind-the-scenes look at funerals for Colorado Marines who return from Iraq in caskets. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2006



Box 27 Folder 6 2007 Renée C. Byer The Sacramento Bee For her intimate portrayal of a single mother and her young son as he loses his battle with cancer. (With Entry Form, letter, photograph, biography., 2007



Box 143 Folder 4 2008 Preston Gannaway Concord (NH) Monitor For her intimate chronicle of a family coping with a parent's terminal illness. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2008



Box 148 Folder 8 2009 Damon Winter The New York Times For his memorable array of pictures deftly capturing multiple facets of Barack Obama's presidential campaign. (With Entry Form), 2009



Box 144 Folder 3 2010 Craig F. Walker The Denver Post For his intimate portrait of a teenager who joins the Army at the height of insurgent violence in Iraq, poignantly searching for meaning and manhood. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2010



Box 146 Folder 9 2011 Barbara Davidson of the Los Angeles Times for her intimate story of innocent victims trapped in the city's crossfire of deadly gang violence. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph), 2011



Box 157 Folder 23 2011 Barbara Davidson of the Los Angeles Times. CD., 2011


Subseries II.12: Feature Writing, 1979-present



Box 12 Folder 15 1979 Jon D. Franklin Baltimore Evening Sun. For an account of brain surgery. With Biography; Entry Form; Lettor of Support; Photograph., 1979



Box 17 Folder 5 1980 Madeleine Blais The Miami Herald. For "Zepp's Last Stand." (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter., 1980



Box 288 1981 Teresa Carpenter The Village Voice, New York, NY. (The prize was first awarded to Janet Cooke of The Washington Post, but it was returned two days later after The Post learned that the winning story was fabricated.) (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter; Photographs (2)., 1981



Box 18 Folder 3 1981 Teresa Carpenter The Village Voice, New York, NY. (The prize was first awarded to Janet Cooke of The Washington Post, but it was returned two days later after The Post learned that the winning story was fabricated.) (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter; Photograph., 1981



Box 14 Folder 10 1981 Teresa Carpenter The Village Voice, New York, NY. Supporting material., 1981



Box 15 Folder 2 1982 Saul Pett Associated Press. For an article profiling the federal bureaucracy. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Sketch., 1982


Box 15 Folder 4 1983 Nan Robertson The New York Times. For her memorable and medically detailed account of her struggle with toxic shock syndrome. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch (included photograph); Nominating Letter, 1983


Box 15 Folder 5 1984 Peter Mark Rinearson The Seattle Times. For "Making It Fly," his account of the new Boeing 757 jetliner. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 1984



Box 14 Folder 8 1985 Alice Steinbach The Baltimore Sun. For her account of a blind boy's world, "A Boy of Unusual Vision." (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter, 1985



Box 15 Folder 3 1986 John Camp St. Paul Pioneer Press and Dispatch. For his five-part series examining the life of an American farm family faced with the worst U.S. agricultural crisis since the Depression. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 1986



Box 140 Folder 14 1987 Steve Twomey The Philadelphia Inquirer. For his illuminating profile of life aboard an aircraft carrier. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1987



Box 14 Folder 7 1988 Jacqui Banaszynski St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch. For her moving series about the life and death of an AIDS victim in a rural farm community. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter., 1988



Box 34 Folder 10 1989 David Zucchino The Philadelphia Inquirer. For his richly compelling series, "Being Black in South Africa." (With Entry Form; Statement in Support)., 1989


Box 34 Folder 12 1990 Dave Curtin Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph. For a gripping account of a family's struggle to recover after its members were severely burned in an explosion that devastated their home. (With Entry Form; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter; Photograph missing), 1990



Box 22 1991 Sheryl James St. Petersburg (FL) Times. For a compelling series about a mother who abandoned her newborn child and how it affected her life and those of others., 1991


Box 22 1992 Howell Raines The New York Times. For "Grady's Gift," an account of the author's childhood friendship with his family's black housekeeper and the lasting lessons of their relationship., 1992



Box 34 Folder 7 1993 George Lardner Jr. The Washington Post. For his unflinching examination of his daughter's murder by a violent man who had slipped through the criminal justice system. (With Entry Form and letter., 1993



Box 22 1994 Isabel Wilkerson The New York Times. For her profile of a fourth-grader from Chicago's South Side and for or two stories reporting on the Midwestern flood of 1993. "Submitted Category 8 Feature Writing", 1994


Box 22 1994 Isabel Wilkerson The New York Times. For her profile of a fourth-grader from Chicago's South Side and for or two stories reporting on the Midwestern flood of 1993. "Submitted Category 6 National Affairs", 1994


Box 22 1995 Ron Suskind The Wall Street Journal. For his stories about inner-city honor students in Washington, D.C., and their determination to survive and prosper., 1995


Box 22 1996 Rick Bragg The New York Times. For his elegantly written stories about contemporary America., 1996



Box 34 Folder 9 1997 Lisa Pollak The Baltimore Sun. For her compelling portrait of a baseball umpire who endured the death of a son while knowing that another son suffers from the same deadly genetic disease. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biographical Sketch; Nominating Letter)., 1997



Box 20 Folder 1 1998 Thomas French St. Petersburg Times. For his detailed and compassionate narrative portrait of a mother and two daughters slain on a Florida vacation, and the three-year investigation into their murders. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter.., 1998



Box 22 1999 Angelo B. Henderson The Wall Street Journal. For his portrait of a druggist who is driven to violence by his encounters with armed robbery, illustrating the lasting effects of crime., 1999



Box 20 Folder 2 2000 J.R. Moehringer Los Angeles Times. For his portrait of Gee's Bend, an isolated river community in Alabama where many descendants of slaves live, and how a proposed ferry to the mainland might change it., 2000


Box 20 Folder 3 2001 Tom Hallman Jr. The Oregonian, Portland. For his poignant profile of a disfigured 14-year old boy who elects to have life-threatening surgery in an ef. Fort to improve his appearance. With Nominating Letter., 2001



Box 113 2002 Barry Siegel Los Angeles Times. For his humane and haunting portrait of a man tried . For negligence in the death of his son, and the judge who heard the case. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2002



Box 24 Folder 6 2003 Sonia Nazario Los Angeles Times. For "Enrique's Journey," her touching, exhaustively reported story of a Honduran boy's perilous search . For his mother who had migrated to the United States. With Entry Form, supporting letter, biography, photogrph missing., 2003


Box 24 Folder 4 2005 Julia Keller Chicago Tribune. For her gripping, meticulously reconstructed account of a deadly 10-second tornado that ripped through Utica, Illinois. With Entry Form, letter, no photograph., 2005



Box 29 Folder 7 2005 Dan Barry of The New York Times. "About New York". (With Entry Form, photography, biography., 2005



Box 37 Folder 5 2006 Jim Sheeler Rocky Mountain News, Denver. For his poignant story on a Marine major who helps the families of comrades killed in Iraq cope with their loss and honor their sacrifice. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter)., 2006


Box 37 Folder 6 2006 Jim Sheeler Rocky Mountain News, Denver. Printed material, 2006



Box 38 Folder 6 2007 Andrea Elliott The New York Times. For her intimate, richly textured portrait of an immigrant imam striving to find his way and serve his faithful in America. (With Entry Form, List of works)., 2007



Box 142 Folder 6 2008 Gene Weingarten The Washington Post. For his chronicling of a world-class violinist who, as an experiment, played beautiful music in a subway station filled with unheeding commuters. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2008



Box 143 Folder 8 2008 Gene Weingarten The Washington Post. For his chronicling of a world-class violinist who, as an experiment, played beautiful music in a subway station filled with unheeding commuters. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph)), 2008



Box 148 Folder 4 2009 Lane DeGregory St. Petersburg Times. For her moving, richly detailed story of a neglected little girl, found in a roach-infested room, unable to talk or feed herself, who was adopted by a new family committed to her nurturing. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2009



Box 157 Folder 29 2009 Lane DeGregory St. Petersburg Times. CD, 2009


Box 157 Folder 18 2010 Gene Weingarten The Washington Post. For his haunting story about parents, from varying walks of life, who accidentally kill their children by . Forgetting them in cars. CD, 2010



Box 141 Folder 10 2011 Amy Ellis Nutt of The Star-Ledger, Newark, N.J., for her deeply probing story of the mysterious sinking of a commercial fishing boat in the Atlantic Ocean that drowned six men. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 2011



Box 157 Folder 16 2011 Amy Ellis Nutt of The Star-Ledger. CD, 2011


Subseries II.13: General News Reporting, 1985-1990



Box 50 1985 Thomas Turcol Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA. For City Hall coverage which exposed the corruption of a local economic development official. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography)., 1985



Box 44 1986 Edna Buchanan The Miami Herald. For her versatile and consistently excellent police beat reporting. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Nominating Letter)., 1986


Box 44 1987 Staff of Akron Beacon Journal. For its coverage, under deadline pressure, of the attempted takeover of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. by a European financier. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Summary)., 1987


Box 44 1988 Staff of Lawrence (MA) Eagle-Tribune. For an investigation that revealed serious flaws in the Massachusetts prison furlough system and led to significant statewide reforms. (With Entry Form; Summary; Biographies; Photographs)., 1988


Box 44 1988 Staff of The Alabama Journal, Montgomery, AL. For its compelling investigation of the state's unusually high infant-mortality rate, which prompted legislation to combat the problem. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters)., 1988



Box 46 1989 Staff of Louisville Courier-Journal. For its exemplary initial coverage of a bus crash that claimed 27 lives and its subsequent thorough and effective examination of the causes and implications of the tragedy. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1989


Box 46 1989 Staff of Louisville Courier-Journal. Copy 2., 1989


Box 46 1990 Staff of San Jose (CA) Mercury News. For its detailed coverage of the October 17, 1989 Bay Area earthquake and its aftermath. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1990, October 17, 1989


Subseries II.14: International Reporting, 1948-present



Box 103 1948 Paul W. Ward The Baltimore Sun. For his series of articles published in 1947 on "Life in the Soviet Union." 4 volumes., 1948, 1947



Box 118 1949 Price Day The Baltimore Sun. For his series of 12 articles entitled, "Experiment in Freedom: India and Its First Year of Independence." (With Nominating Letter), 1949



Box 109 1950 Edmund Stevens The Christian Science Monitor. For his series of 43 articles written over a three-year residence in Moscow entitled, "This Is Russia Uncensored." (With Nominating Letter, 1950



Box 289 1951 Marguerite Higgins ( New York Herald Tribune ) For her reporting of the Korean War., 1951



Box 290 1951 Relman Morin (AP). For his reporting of the Korean War., 1951



Box 112 1951 Don Whitehead of the Associated Press for his reporting of the Korean War. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; List of Articles), 1951



Box 109 1951 Keyes Beech ( Chicago Daily News ), Homer Bigart ( New York Herald Tribune ), Fred Sparks ( Chicago Daily News ), and Don Whitehead (AP). For their reporting of the Korean War. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters; Biography)., 1951



Box 140 Folder 16 1951 Fred Sparks ( Chicago Daily News ). For his reporting of the Korean War. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letters)., 1951



Box 107 1952 John M. Hightower Associated Press. For the sustained quality of his coverage of news of international affairs during the year. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography)., 1952


Box 107 1953 Austin Wehrwein The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. For a series of articles on Canada. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter;Biography), 1953


Box 107 1954 Jim G. Lucas Scripps-Howard Newspapers. For his notable front-line human interest reporting of the Korean War, the cease-fire and the prisoner-of-war exchanges, climaxing 26 months of distinguished service as a war correspondent. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter;Biography), 1954



Box 291 1955 Harrison E. Salisbury The New York Times. For his distinguished series of articles, "Russia Re-Viewed," based on his six years as a Times correspondent in Russia. The perceptive and well-written Salisbury articles made a valuable contribution to American understanding of what is going on inside Russia. This was principally due to the writer's wide range of subject matter and depth of background plus a number of illuminating photographs which he took. (With Entry Form; Statement re Exhibit)., 1955



Box 112 1956 William Randolph Hearst Jr., J. Kingsbury-Smith and Frank Conniff International News Service. For a series of exclusive interviews with the leaders of the Soviet Union. (With Entry Forms; Photographs; Biographies), 1956



Box 332 1956Russell Jones United Press. For his excellent and sustained coverage of the Hungarian revolt against Communist domination, during which he worked at great personal risk within Russian-held Budapest and gave front-line eyewitness reports of the ruthless Soviet repression of the Hungarian people., 1956



Box 110 1958 Staff of The New York Times. For its distinguished coverage of foreign news, which was characterized by admirable initiative, continuity and high quality during the year. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement), 1958


Box 110 1959 Joseph Martin and Philip Santora New York Daily News. For their exclusive series of articles disclosing the brutality of the Batista government in Cuba long before its downfall and forecasting the triumph of the revolutionary party led by Fidel Castro. (With Entry Form; Photographs), 1959


Box 110 1960 A. M. Rosenthal The New York Times. For his perceptive and authoritative reporting from Poland. Mr. Rosenthal's subsequent expulsion from the country was attributed by Polish government spokesmen to the depth his reporting into Polish affairs, there being no accusation of false reporting. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement), 1960



Box 361 1961 Lynn Heinzerling Associated Press. For his reporting under extraordinarily difficult conditions of the early stages of the Congo crisis and his keen analysis of events in other parts of Africa. (With Entry Form; Biography; Photograph)., 1961



Box 110 1962 Walter Lippmann New York Herald Tribune Syndicate. For his 1961 interview with Soviet Premier Khrushchev, as illustrative of Lippmann's long and distinguished contribution to American journalism. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1962, 1961



Box 359 1963 Hal Hendrix The Miami (FL) News. For his persistent reporting which revealed, at an early stage, that the Soviet Union was installing missile launching pads in Cuba and sending in large numbers of MIG-21 aircraft. (With Nominating Statement; Photograph)., 1963



Box 112 1964 Malcolm W. Browne and David Halberstam Associated Press and The New York Times, (respectively). For their individual reporting of the Viet Nam war and the overthrow of the Diem regime. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1964



Box 360 1964 David Halberstam of The New York Times for his coverage of South Vietman. (With Nominating Statement)., 1964



Box 120 1966 Peter Arnett Associated Press. For his coverage of the war in Vietnam. (With Photograph), 1966



Box 134 1967 R. John Hughes The Christian Science Monitor. For his thorough reporting of the attempted Communist coup in Indonesia in 1965 and the purge that followed in 1965-66. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1967, 1965



Box 119 1968 Alfred Friendly The Washington Post. For his coverage of the Middle East War of 1967. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 1968



Box 346 1969 William Tuohy Los Angeles Times. For his Vietnam War correspondence in 1968. (With Entry Form; Photograph: C.V.)., 1969



Box 41 Folder 5 1970 Seymour M. Hersh Dispatch News Service, Washington, DC. For his exclusive disclosure of the Vietnam War tragedy at the hamlet of My Lai. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter, Photograph, Biography)., 1970



Box 115 1971 Jimmie Lee Hoagland The Washington Post. For his coverage of the struggle against apartheid in the Republic of South Africa. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1971



Box 118 1972 Peter R. Kann The Wall Street Journal. For his coverage of the Indo Pakistan War of 1971. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1972



Box 115 1973 Max Frankel The New York Times. For his coverage of President Nixon's visit to China in 1972. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement; Photograph; Biography), 1973


Box 115 1974 Hedrick Smith The New York Times. For his coverage of the Soviet Union and its allies in Eastern Europe in 1973. (With Entry Form; Nominating Satement; Biography), 1974



Box 75 1975 William Mullen (reporter), and Ovie Carter (photographer) of the Chicago Tribune. For their coverage of famine in Africa and India., 1975



Box 115 1975 William Mullen of the Chicago Tribune. For his coverage of famine in Africa and India. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1975


Box 115 1975 Ovie Carter of the Chicago Tribune. For his coverage of famine in Africa and India. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1975


Box 115 1976 Sydney H. Schanberg The New York Times. For his coverage of the Communist takeover in Cambodia, carried out at great risk when he elected to stay at his post after the fall of Pnom Penh. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1976


Box 115 1978 Henry Kamm The New York Times. For his stories on the refugees, "boat people," from Indochina. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1978


Box 115 1979 Richard Ben Cramer The Philadelphia Inquirer. For reports from the Middle East. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement; Photograph; Biography), 1979



Box 120 1980 Joel Brinkley-reporter and Jay Mather-photographer of the Louisville Courier-Journal. For stories from Cambodia. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1980


Box 120 1981 Shirley Christian The Miami Herald. For her dispatches from Central America. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1981


Box 120 1982 John Darnton The New York Times. For his reporting from Poland. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1982


Box 120 1983 Thomas L. Friedman The New York Times. For his individual reporting of the Israeli invasion of Beirut and its tragic aftermath. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography), 1983


Box 120 1983 Loren Jenkins The Washington Post. For his reporting of the Israeli invasion of Beirut and its tragic aftermath. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph), 1983



Box 134 1984 Karen Elliott House The Wall Street Journal. For her extraordinary series of interviews with Jordan's King Hussein which correctly anticipated the problems that would confront the Reagan administration's Middle East peace plan. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 1984



Box 121 1985 Josh Friedman and Dennis Bell, reporters, and Ozier Muhammad, photographer of Newsday, Long Island, NY. For their series on the plight of the hungry in Africa. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies)., 1985


Box 121 1986 Lewis M. Simons, Pete Carey and Katherine Ellison San Jose (CA) Mercury News. For their series exposing the overseas investment by President Marcos, his family and several close associates (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies)., 1986


Box 121 1987 Michael Parks Los Angeles Times. For his balanced and comprehensive coverage of South Africa. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph)., 1987


Box 121 1988 Thomas L. Friedman The New York Times. For balanced and in. Formed coverage of Israel. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement; Photograph; Biography)., 1988



Box 336 1989Bill Keller The New York Times. For resourceful and detailed coverage of events in the U.S.S.R. (With Entry Form)., 1989



Box 121 1989 Glenn Frankel The Washington Post. For sensitive and balanced reporting from Israel and the Middle East. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1989



Box 60 1990 Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl Wu Dunn The New York Times. For knowledgeable reporting from China on the mass movement. For democracy and its subsequent suppression. (With Entry Form)., 1990


Box 60 1991 Caryle Murphy The Washington Post. For her dispatches from occupied Kuwait, some of which she filed while in hiding from Iraqi authorities. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1991


Box 60 1991 Serge Schmemann The New York Times. For his coverage of the reunification of Germany. (With Entry Form)., 1991



Box 59 1992 Patrick J. Sloyan Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his reporting on the Persian Gulf War, conducted after the war was over, which revealed new details of American battlefield tactics and "friendly fire" incidents. (With Entry Form; Photograph; Biography)., 1992


Box 59 1993 John F. Burns The New York Times. For his courageous and thorough coverage of the destruction of Sarajevo and the barbarous killings in the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. (With Entry Form; List)., 1993



Box 60 1993 John F. Burns The New York Times. For his courageous and thorough coverage of the destruction of Sarajevo and the barbarous killings in the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina. (With Entry Form; Biography)., 1993



Box 59 1993 Roy Gutman Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his courageous and persistent reporting that disclosed atrocities and other human rights violations in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. (With Entry Form; Nominatinf Letter)., 1993



Box 60 1994 Dallas Morning News Team The Dallas Morning News. For its series examining the epidemic of violence against women in many nations. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1994



Box 66 1995 Mark Fritz Associated Press. For his reporting on the ethnic violence and slaughter in Rwanda. (With Entry Form; Biography; Photograph)., 1995



Box 61 1996 David Rohde The Christian Science Monitor. For his persistent on-site reporting of the massacre of thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography; Photograph)., 1996



Box 63 1998 Staff of The New York Times. For its revealing series that profiled the corrosive effects of drug corruption in Mexico. (With Entry Form)., 1998



Box 66 1999 Staff of The Wall Street Journal. For its in-depth, analytical coverage of the Russian financial crisis. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 1999



Box 59 2000 Mark Schoofs The Village Voice. For his provocative and enlightening series on the AIDS crisis in Africa. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2000



Box 66 2001 Ian Johnson The Wall Street Journal. For his revealing stories from China about victims of the government's often brutal suppression of the Falun Gong movement and the implications of that campaign for the future. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2001



Box 61 2001 Paul Salopek Chicago Tribune. For his reporting on the political strife and disease epidemics ravaging Africa, witnessed firsthand as he traveled, sometimes by canoe, through rebel-controlled regions of the Congo. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter)., 2001



Box 112 2002 Barry Bearak The New York Times. For his deeply affecting and illuminating coverage of daily life in war-torn Afghanistan. (With Entry Form), 2002



Box 27 Folder 5 2003 Kevin Sullivan and Mary Jordan The Washington Post. For their exposure of horrific conditions in Mexico's criminal justice system and how they affect the daily lives of people. (With Entry Form, photograph, biography., 2003



Box 28 Folder 2 2004 Anthony Shadid The Washington Post. For his extraordinary ability to capture, at personal peril, the voices and emotions of Iraqis as their country was invaded, their leader toppled and their way of life upended. (With Entry Form, letter, biography, photograph., 2004



Box 38 Folder 9 2005 Dele Olojede Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his fresh, haunting look at Rwanda a decade after rape and genocidal slaughter had ravaged the Tutsi tribe. (With Entry Form, Nominating Letter)., 2005



Box 157 Folder 8 2005 Dele Olojede Newsday, Long Island, NY. For his fresh, haunting look at Rwanda a decade after rape and genocidal slaughter had ravaged the Tutsi tribe. CD entitled "Rwanda 10 Years of Pain"., 2005



Box 26 Folder 3 2005 Kim Murphy Los Angeles Times. For her eloquent, wide ranging coverage of Russia's struggle to cope with terrorism, improve the economy and make democracy work. (With Entry Form, letter, biography, photograph missing., 2005



Box 37 Folder 4 2006 Joseph Kahn and Jim Yardley The New York Times. For their ambitious stories on ragged justice in China as the booming nation's legal system evolves. (With entry Form)., 2006



Box 29 Folder 8 2007 Staff of The Wall Street Journal. For its sharply edged reports on the adverse impact of China's booming capitalism on conditions ranging from inequality to pollution. (With Entry Form, letter., 2007



Box 143 Folder 7 2008 Steve Fainaru The Washington Post. For his heavily reported series on private security contractors in Iraq that operate outside most of the laws governing American Forces. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 2008



Box 148 Folder 3 2009 Staff of The New York Times. For its masterful, groundbreaking coverage of America's deepening military and political challenges in Afghanistan and Pakistan, reporting frequently done under perilous conditions. (With Entry Form; List of Entries), 2009



Box 141 Folder 4 2010 Anthony Shadid The Washington Post. For his rich, beautifully written series on Iraq as the United States departs and its people and leaders struggle to deal with the legacy of war and to shape the nation's future. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biography), 2010



Box 157 Folder 13 2010 Anthony Shadid The Washington Post. CD, 2010



Box 146 Folder 1 2011 Clifford J. Levy and Ellen Barry of The New York Times for their dogged reporting that put a human face on the faltering justice system in Russia, remarkably influencing the discussion inside the country. (With Entry Form; Nominating Statement; Photographs; List of Entries), 2011



Box 157 Folder 26 2011 Clifford J. Levy and Ellen Barry of The New York Times. CD., 2011


Subseries II.15: Investigative Reporting, 1985-present



Box 124 1985 Lucy Morgan and Jack Reed St. Petersburg (FL) Times. For their thorough reporting on Pasco County Sheriff John Short, which revealed his department's corruption and led to his removal from office by voters. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph of Morgan; Biographies), 1985


Box 124 1985 William K. Marimow The Philadelphia Inquirer. For his revelation that city police dogs had attacked more than 350 people--an expose that led to investigations of the K-9 unit and the removal of a dozen officers from it. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1985


Box 124 1986 Jeffrey A. Marx and Michael M. York Lexington (KY) Herald Leader. For their series "Playing Above the Rules," which exposed cash payoffs to University of Kentucky basketball players in violation of NCAA regulations and led to significant reforms. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1986


Box 124 1987 Daniel R. Biddle, H. G. Bissinger and Fredric N. Tulsky The Philadelphia Inquirer. For their series "Disorder in the Court," which revealed transgressions of justice in the Philadelphia court system and led to federal and state investigations. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1987


Box 124 1987 John Woestendiek The Philadelphia Inquirer. For outstanding prison beat reporting, which included proving the innocence of a man convicted of murder. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1987



Box 132 1988 Dean Baquet, William Gaines and Ann Marie Lipinski Chicago Tribune. For their detailed reporting on the self-interest and waste that plague Chicago's City Council. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1988


Box 132 1989 Bill Dedman The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. For his investigation of the racial discrimination practiced by lending institutions in Atlanta, reporting which led to significant reforms in those policies. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Supporting Letters), 1989



Box 133 1990 Lou Kilzer and Chris Ison Star Tribune, Minneapolis-St. Paul. For reporting that exposed a network of local citizens who had links to members of the St. Paul fire department and who profited from fires, including some described by the fire department itself as being of suspicious origin. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs), 1990



Box 134 1991 Joseph T. Hallinan and Susan M. Headden The Indianapolis Star. For their shocking series on medical malpractice in the state. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1991



Box 125 1992 Lorraine Adams and Dan Malone Dallas Morning News. For reporting that charged Texas police with extensive misconduct and abuses of power. (With Entry Forms; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1992


Box 125 1993 Jeff Brazil and Steve Berry Orlando (FL) Sentinel. For exposing the unjust seizure of millions of dollars from motorists--most of them minorities--by a sheriff's drug squad. 2 copies. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1993


Box 125 1994 Staff of Providence Journal-Bulletin. For thorough reporting that disclosed pervasive corruption within the Rhode Island court system. (With Enrty Form; Nominating Letter; Summary), 1994



Box 133 1995 Brian Donovan and Stephanie Saul Newsday, Long Island, NY. For their stories that revealed disability pension abuses by local police. (With Entry Form; Photographs; Biographies), 1995



Box 125 1996 Staff of The Orange County Register, Santa Ana, CA. For reporting that uncovered fraudulent and unethical fertility practices at a leading research university hospital and prompted key regulatory reforms. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1996



Box 126 1997 Eric Nalder, Deborah Nelson and Alex Tizon The Seattle Times. For their investigation of widespread corruption and inequities in the federally-sponsored housing program for Native Americans, which inspired much-needed reforms. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photographs; Biographies), 1997


Box 126 1998 Gary Cohn and Will Englund The Baltimore Sun. For their compelling series on the international shipbreaking industry, that revealed the dangers posed to workers and the environment when discarded ships are dismantled. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Biographies), 1998


Box 126 1999 Staff of The Miami Herald. For its detailed reporting that revealed pervasive voter fraud in a city May oral election, that was subsequently overturned. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 1999


Box 126 2000 Sang-Hun Choe, Charles J. Hanley and Martha Mendoza Associated Press. For revealing, with extensive documentation, the decades-old secret of how American soldiers early in the Korean War killed hundreds of Korean civilians in a massacre at the No Gun Ri Bridge. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter), 2000


Box 126 2001 David Willman Los Angeles Times. For his pioneering exposé of seven unsafe prescription drugs that had been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and an analysis of the policy reforms that had reduced the agency's effectiveness. (With Entry Form; Biography; Photograph missing), 2001