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Pulitzer Prizes collection, 1917-2017

Series III: Special Awards and Citations, 1917-present

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Box 49 1930 William O. Dapping ofThe Auburn Citizen, NYA special prize . For his reportorial work in connection with the outbreak at Auburn prison during December, 1929., 1930



Box 87 1938 Edmonton Journal, Alberta A special bronze plaque . For its editorial leadership in defense of the freedom of the press in the province of Alberta, Canada.



Box 134 1938 Edmonton Journal, Alberta A special bronze plaque . For its editorial leadership in defense of the freedom of the press in the province of Alberta, Canada. (With Nominating Letters)



Box 334 1941 The New York Times. For the public educational value of its foreign news report, exemplified by its scope, by excellence of writing and presentation and supplementary background information, illustration, and interpretation. (With Entry Form; Letter of Submission).



Box 134 1944 Byron Price, Director of the Office of Censorship. For the creation and administration of the newspaper and radio codes. (Nominating Letters), 1944



Box 83 1947 The St. Louis Post-Dispatch . For its unswerving adherence to the public and professional ideals of its founder and its constructive leadership in the field of American journalism.



Box 54 1951 Arthur Krock of The New York Times. The Advisory Board on the Pulitzer Prizes as a policy does not make any award to an individual member of the Board. In 1951 the Board decided that the outstanding instance of National Reporting done in 1950 was the exclusive interview with President Truman obtained by Arthur Krock ofThe New York Times, while Mr. Krock was a Board member. The Board therefore made no award in the National Reporting category., 1951, 1951, 1950



Box 134 1951 Arthur Krock of The New York Times. Printed article., 1951



Box 21 Folder 8 1951 Cyrus L. Sulzberger ofThe New York Times . For his exclusive interview with Archbishop Stepinac. With Entry Form; Nomination Statement., 1951



Box 35 Folder 2 1952Kansas City Star, MO. For the news coverage of the great regional flood of 1951 in Kansas and Northwestern Missouri-a distinguished example of editing and reporting that also gave the advance information that achieved the maximum of public protection., 1951



Box 133 1952Kansas City Star, MO. For the news coverage of the great regional flood of 1951 in Kansas and Northwestern Missouri-a distinguished example of editing and reporting that also gave the advance information that achieved the maximum of public protection. Supporting material. (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter (frag)), 1951



Box 128 1952 Max Kase ofNew York Journal-American . For his exclusive exposures of bribery and other forms of corruption in the popular American sport of basketball, which exposures tended to restore confidence in the game's integrity. (With Entry Form; Photograph), 1952



Box 182 1960 The Armada by Garrett Mattingly, published by Houghton MifflinIt is a first class history and a literary work of high order., 1960



Box 211 1961 American Heritage Picture History of the Civil War . A distinguished example of American book publishing. In two volumes, boxed.



Box 41 Folder 2 1964 Gannett Newspapers. A special citation. For their program, "The Road To Integration," a distinguished example of the use of a newspaper group's resources to complement the work of its individual newspapers. (With Entry Form and description.), 1964



Box 210 1973 George Washington: The Forge of Experience (1732-1755) by James Thomas Flexner., 1973


Box 210 1973 George Washington and the New Nation (1783-1793) by James Thomas Flexner., 1973



Box 211 1973 George Washington: Anguish and Farewell (1793-1799) by James Thomas Flexner., 1973


Box 211 1973 George Washington in the American Revolution (1775-1782) by James Thomas Flexner., 1973



Box 210 1978 E.B. White. For his letters, essays and the full body his work. Two volumes: Essays and Letters., 1978



Box 129 1978 Richard Lee Strout. For distinguished commentary from Washington over many years as Staff of correspondent. For The Christian Science Monitor and contributor toThe New Republic . (With Entry Form; Nominating Letter; Photograph; Biography), 1978



Box 131 1982 Milton Babbitt. For his life's work as a distinguished and seminal American composer. Score of Ars Combinatoria., 1982



Box 160 Folder 1 1982 Milton Babbitt. For his life's work as a distinguished and seminal American composer. Score of Ars Combinatoria. Reel-to-reel tape (7.5 ips), 1982



Box 211 1992 Art Spiegelman Maus., 1992



Box 9 Folder 4 1992 Art Spiegelman. For "Maus". Ten copies of the strip. (With Photograph (2); Entry Form; Biography; Nominating Letter)., 1992