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From the Pulitzer timeline: 1924
Novel: "The Able McLaughlins" by Margaret Wilson (book cover)
Letters, Drama, and Music
The Able McLaughlins
by Margaret Wilson (Harper)
Hell-Bent Fer Heaven
by Hatcher Hughes
The American Revolution -- A Constitutional Interpretation
by Charles Howard McIlwain (Macmillan)
Biography or Autobiography
From Immigrant to Inventor
by Michael Idvorsky Pupin (Scribner)
New Hampshire: A Poem with Notes and Grace Notes
by Robert Frost (Holt)
There are no special citations for this time period.
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New York World
For its work in connection with the exposure of the Florida peonage evil.
Magner White of
San Diego Sun
For his story of the eclipse of the sun.
The Boston Herald
For an editorial entitled "Who Made Coolidge?"
Special prize of $1000 was awarded to the widow of the late Frank I. Cobb, New York World, in recognition of the distinction of her husband's editorial writing and service.
Jay Norwood Darling of
Des Moines Register & Tribune
For "In Good Old USA."