For his picture of the shooting of James Meredith in Mississippi by a roadside rifleman.
For his combat photography of the war in Vietnam during 1965.
For his combat photography of the war in South Viet Nam during 1964.
For his photograph of the murder of Lee Oswald by Jack Ruby.
For his remarkable picture of a priest holding a wounded soldier in the 1962 Venezuelan insurrection: "Aid From The Padre." The photograph was distributed by the Associated Press.
For the photograph, "Serious Steps," published April 22, 1961.
For his photograph, "Tokyo Stabbing," distributed by United Press International and widely printed in American newspapers.
For his series of four photographs of a corporal, formerly of Dictator Batista's army, who was executed by a Castro firing squad, the principal picture showing the condemned man receiving last rites.
For his dramatic photograph of the sudden death of a child in the street.
For his photograph "Faith and Confidence," showing a policeman patiently reasoning with two-year-old boy trying to cross a street during a parade.
For his dramatic and outstanding photographic sequence of the sinking of the liner Andrea Doria, the pictures being taken from an airplane flying at a height of 75 feet only nine minutes before the ship plunged to the bottom. (The second picture in the sequence is cited as the key photograph.)
For its consistently excellent news picture coverage in 1955, an outstanding example of which is its photo, "Bomber Crashes in Street."
For a photo that is poignant and profoundly moving, entitled, "Tragedy by the Sea," showing a young couple standing together beside an angry sea in which only a few minutes earlier their year-old son had perished.
For snapping a thrilling rescue at Redding, Calif., the picture being published in The Akron (OH) Beacon Journal and other newspapers and nationally distributed by the AP.
For a photo of ex-Governor Adlai E. Stevenson with a hole in his shoe taken during the 1952 Presidential campaign.
For their sequence of 6 pictures of the Drake-Oklahoma A & M football game of October 20, 1951, in which player Johnny Bright's jaw was broken.
For his photographic coverage of the Korean War, an outstanding example of which is, "Flight of Refugees Across Wrecked Bridge in Korea."
For his photo of a woman falling from a burning hotel, distributed by the AP.
For his photograph of the Marines planting the American flag on Mount Suribachi on Iwo Jima.