Pulitzer Prize For Telegraphic Reporting (National)

The Pulitzer Prize for Telegraphic Reporting (National) was awarded from 1942 to 1947. It was replaced by the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.

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Pulitzer Prize For Telegraphic Reporting (National) - Winners
... 1942 Louis Stark of The New York Times for his distinguished reportingof important labor stories during the year ... Fleming of The Baltimore Sun For his distinguished reportingduring the year 1943 ...

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