Winners of the Journalism Pulitzer Prize

Main Data - Winners
Winning Publications
Motivation / Winning Work
1964 - Breaking News ReportingNorman C. MillerWall Street JournalNorman C. Miller The Wall Street Journal, "for his comprehensive account of a multi-million dollar vegetable oil swindle in New Jersey.
1964 - Editorial CartooningPaul ConradDenver PostPaul Conrad, The Denver Post, "for his editorial cartooning during the past year"
1964 - Editorial WritingHazel Brannon SmithLexington AdvertiserHazel Brannon Smith, Lexington Advertiser, "for steadfast adherence to her editorial duty in the face of great pressure and opposition"
1964 - International ReportingMalcolm W. BrowneDavid HalberstamAssociated PressNew York TimesMalcolm W. Browne of the Associated Press and David Halberstam of the New York Times, "for their individual reporting of the Vietnam War and the overthrow of the Diem regime."
1964 - Investigative ReportingAlbert V. GaudiosiFrederick MeyerJames V. MageePhiladelphia BulletinJames V. Magee, Albert V. Gaudiosi and Frederick Meyer, Philadelphia Bulletin, "for their expose of numbers racket operations with police collusion in South Philadelphia, which resulted in arrests and a cleanup of the police department."
1964 - National ReportingMerriman SmithUnited PressMerriman Smith, United Press International, "for his outstanding coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy."
1964 - PhotographyRobert H. JacksonDallas Times HeraldRobert H. Jackson of the Dallas Times-Herald, for his photograph of Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald.
1964 - Public ServiceSt. Petersburg Times (Staff)St. Petersburg TimesSt. Petersburg Times, "for its aggressive investigation of the Florida Turnpike Authority which disclosed widespread illegal acts and resulted in a major reorganization of the State's road construction program."
1964 - Special CitationsGannett Newspapers (Staff)Gannett News ServiceGannett Newspapers. A special citation for their program, "The Road To Integration," a distinguished example of the use of a newspaper group's resources to complement the work of its individual newspapers.

Winners of the Letters, Drama and Music Pulitzer Prize

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