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1926 Pulitzer Prize

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1926 Pulitzer Prize

The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1926.

Contents

Journalism awards

  • Public Service:
  • Columbus Enquirer Sun, for the service which it rendered in its brave and energetic fight against the Ku Klux Klan; against the enactment of a law barring the teaching of evolution; against dishonest and incompetent public officials and for justice to the Negro and against lynching.
  • Reporting:
  • William Burke Miller of Louisville Courier-Journal, for his work in connection with the story of the trapping in Sand Cave, Kentucky, of Floyd Collins.
  • Editorial Writing:
  • Edward M. Kingsbury of New York Times, for the editorial entitled "'House of a Hundred Sorrows."
  • Editorial Cartooning:
  • D. R. Fitzpatrick of St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "The Laws of Moses and the Laws of Today."
  • Letters and Drama Awards

  • Novel:
  • Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis (Harcourt (publisher)) (declined)
  • Drama:
  • Craig's Wife by George Kelly (Little, Brown and Company)
  • History:
  • A History of the United States by Edward Channing (Macmillan Publishers (United States))
  • Biography or Autobiography:
  • The Life of Sir William Osler by Harvey Cushing (Oxford University Press)
  • Poetry:
  • What's O'Clock by Amy Lowell (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
  • References

    1926 Pulitzer Prize Wikipedia


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