1952

Winners of the Journalism Pulitzer Prize


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Motivation / Winning Work
1952 - Editorial CartooningFred L. PackerNew York MirrorFred L. Packer, New York Mirror, "for 'Your Editors Ought to Have More Sense Than to Print What I Say!'"
1952 - Editorial WritingLouis LacossSt. Louis Globe DemocratLouis LaCoss, St. Louis Globe Democrat, "for his editorial entitled, 'The Low Estate of Public Morals'"
1952 - International ReportingJohn M. HightowerAssociated PressJohn M. Hightower, Associated Press, "for the sustained quality of his coverage of news of international affairs during the year."
1952 - Local ReportingGeorge De CarvalhoSan Francisco ChronicleGeorge De Carvalho, San Francisco Chronicle, "For his stories of a "ransom racket" extorting money from Chinese in the United States for relations held in Red China."
1952 - National ReportingAnthony LevieroNew York TimesAnthony Leviero, New York Times, "for his exclusive article of April 21, 1951, disclosing the record of conversations between President Truman and General of the Army Douglas MacArthur at Wake Island in their conference of October 1950."
1952 - PhotographyDon UltangJohn RobinsonDes Moines RegisterJohn Robinson and Don Ultang of the Des Moines Register for their sequence of six pictures of the Drake University-Oklahoma A&M football game of October 20, 1951, in which Drake player Johnny Bright's jaw was deliberately broken., John Robinson and Don Ultang of the Des Moines Register for their sequence of six pictures of the Drake University-Oklahoma A&M football game of October 20, 1951, in which Drake player Johnny Bright's jaw was deliberately broken.
1952 - Public ServiceSt. Louis Post Dispatch (Staff)St. Louis Post DispatchSt. Louis Post-Dispatch, "for its investigation and disclosures of wide spread corruption in the Internal Revenue Bureau and other departments of the government."
1952 - Special CitationsKansas City Star (Staff)Max KaseKansas City StarNew York Journal AmericanThe Kansas City Star, for the news coverage of the great regional flood of 1951 in Kansas and Northwestern Missouri - a distinguished example of editing and reporting that also gave the advance information that achieved the maximum of public protection.Max Kase of the New York Journal-American for his exclusive exposures of bribery and other forms of corruption in the popular American sport of basketball, which exposures tended to restore confidence in the game's integrity.


Winners of the Letters, Drama and Music Pulitzer Prize



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