New York World, for its work exposing the killing of Martin Tabert, which helped bring the convict leasing system in Florida to an end
Magner White, San Diego Sun, for his story of the eclipse of the sun.
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.
Jay Norwood Darling of Des Moines Register and Tribune, "In Good Old USA."
The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson (Harper)
Hell-Bent Fer Heaven by Hatcher Hughes (Harper)
The American Revolution—A Constitutional Interpretation by Charles Howard McIlwain (Macmillan)
Biography or Autobiography:
From Immigrant to Inventor by Michael I. Pupin (Scribner)
New Hampshire: A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes by Robert Frost (Holt)
1924 Pulitzer Prize Wikipedia
The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1924.