Winners of the Journalism Pulitzer Prize

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1947 - CorrespondenceBrooks AtkinsonNew York TimesBrooks Atkinson of The New York Times for distinguished correspondence during 1946, as exemplified by his series of articles on Russia.
1947 - Editorial CartooningVaughn ShoemakerChicago Daily NewsVaughn Shoemaker, Chicago Daily News, "for his cartoon, 'Still Racing His Shadow'"
1947 - Editorial WritingWilliam H. GrimesWall Street JournalWilliam H. Grimes, The Wall Street Journal, "for his distinguished editorial writing during the year"
1947 - International ReportingEddy GilmoreAssociated PressEddy Gilmore, Associated Press, "for his correspondence from Moscow in 1946."
1947 - National ReportingEdward T. FolliardThe Washington PostEdward T. Folliard of The Washington Post for his series of articles published during 1946 on the Columbians, Inc.
1947 - PhotographyArnold HardyOtherArnold Hardy, amateur photographer, Atlanta, for his photo of a woman leaping from a fire in the Winecoff Hotel (she survived), distributed by the Associated Press.
1947 - Public ServiceBaltimore Sun (Staff)Baltimore SunThe Baltimore Sun, "for its series of articles by Howard M. Norton dealing with the administration of unemployment compensation in Maryland, resulting in convictions and pleas of guilty in criminal court of 93 persons."
1947 - ReportingFrederick WoltmanNew York World TelegramFrederick Woltman of the New York World-Telegram for his articles during 1946 on the infiltration of Communism in the U.S.
1947 - Special CitationsSt. Louis Post Dispatch (Staff)St. Louis Post DispatchThe St. Louis Post-Dispatch, for its unswerving adherence to the public and professional ideals of its founder and its constructive leadership in the field of American journalism.

Winners of the Letters, Drama and Music Pulitzer Prize

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