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1924 Pulitzer Prize

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1924 Pulitzer Prize

The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1924.

Contents

Journalism awards

  • Public Service:
  • New York World, for its work exposing the killing of Martin Tabert, which helped bring the convict leasing system in Florida to an end
  • Reporting:
  • Magner White, San Diego Sun, for his story of the eclipse of the sun.
  • Editorial Writing:
  • Boston Herald, for an editorial entitled "Who Made Coolidge?"
  • Special prize of $1000 was awarded to the widow of Frank I. Cobb, New York World, in recognition of the distinction of her husband's editorial writing and service.
  • Editorial Cartooning:
  • Jay Norwood Darling of Des Moines Register and Tribune, "In Good Old USA."
  • Letters and Drama Awards

  • Novel:
  • The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson (Harper)
  • Drama:
  • Hell-Bent Fer Heaven by Hatcher Hughes (Harper)
  • History:
  • The American Revolution—A Constitutional Interpretation by Charles Howard McIlwain (Macmillan)
  • Biography or Autobiography:
  • From Immigrant to Inventor by Michael I. Pupin (Scribner)
  • Poetry:
  • New Hampshire: A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes by Robert Frost (Holt)
  • References

    1924 Pulitzer Prize Wikipedia


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