Winners of the Journalism Pulitzer Prize

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Winning Publications
Motivation / Winning Work
1944 - CorrespondenceErnest Taylor PyleScripps Howard NewspapersErnest Taylor Pyle of Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance For distinguished war correspondence during the year 1943.
1944 - Editorial CartooningClifford K. BerrymanWashington StarClifford K. Berryman, Evening Star (Washington D.C.), "for 'Where Is the Boat Going?'"
1944 - Editorial WritingHenry J. HaskellKansas City StarHenry J. Haskell, The Kansas City Star, "for editorials written during the calendar year 1943"
1944 - International ReportingDaniel De LuceAssociated PressDaniel De Luce, Associated Press, "for his distinguished reporting during the year 1943."
1944 - National ReportingDewey L. FlemingBaltimore SunDewey L. Fleming of The Baltimore Sun For his distinguished reporting during the year 1943.
1944 - PhotographyFrank FilanEarle L. BunkerAssociated PressOmaha World HeraldFrank Filan of the Associated Press, for his photo Tarawa Island.Earle L. Bunker of World-Herald (Omaha, Nebraska), for his photo Homecoming.
1944 - Public ServiceNew York Times (Staff)New York TimesNew York Times, "for its survey of the teaching of American History."
1944 - ReportingPaul SchoensteinNew York Journal AmericanPaul Schoenstein and Associates of New York Journal American For a news story published on August 12, 1943, which saved the life of a two-year-old girl in the Lutheran Hospital of New York City by obtaining penicillin.
1944 - Special CitationsByron PriceRichard RodgersOscar Hammerstein IIByron Price, Director of the Office of Censorship, for the creation and administration of the newspaper and radio codes.Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. A special award for Oklahoma!, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.

Winners of the Letters, Drama and Music Pulitzer Prize

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