Winners of the Journalism Pulitzer Prize

Main Data - Winners
Winning Publications
Motivation / Winning Work
1942 - CorrespondenceCarlos P. RomuloPhilippines HeraldCarlos P. Romulo of the Philippines Herald for his observations and forecasts of Far Eastern developments during a tour of the trouble centers from Hong Kong to Batavia.
1942 - Editorial CartooningHerbert Lawrence BlockNewspaper Enterprise AssociationHerbert Lawrence Block (Herblock), Newspaper Enterprise Association, "for 'British Plane'"
1942 - Editorial WritingGeoffrey ParsonsNew York Herald TribuneGeoffrey Parsons, New York Herald Tribune, "for his distinguished editorial writing during the year"
1942 - International ReportingLaurence Edmund AllenAssociated PressLaurence Edmund Allen, Associated Press, "for reporting on the British Mediterranean Fleet."
1942 - National ReportingLouis StarkNew York TimesLouis Stark of The New York Times for his distinguished reporting of important labor stories during the year.
1942 - PhotographyMilton BrooksDetroit NewsMilton Brooks of Detroit News, for his photo Ford Strikers Riot.
1942 - Public ServiceLos Angeles Times (Staff)Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times, "for its successful campaign which resulted in the clarification and confirmation for all American newspapers of the right of free press as guaranteed under the Constitution."
1942 - ReportingStanton DelaplaneSan Francisco ChronicleStanton Delaplane of the San Francisco Chronicle for his articles on the State of Jefferson, the movement of several California and Oregon counties to secede to form a forty ninth state.

Winners of the Letters, Drama and Music Pulitzer Prize

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