1933 Pulitzer Prize
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The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1933 .
- New York World-Telegram for its series of articles on veterans relief, on the real estate bond evil, the campaign urging voters in the late New York City municipal election to "write in" the name of Joseph V. McKee, and also the articles exposing the lottery schemes of several fraternal organizations.
- Francis A. Jamieson of Associated Press for his prompt, full, skillful and prolonged coverage of news of the kidnapping of the infant son of Charles Lindbergh on March 1, 1932, from the first announcement of the kidnapping until after the discovery of the baby's body nearby the Lindbergh home on May 12.
- Editorial Writing:
- The Kansas City Star for its series of editorials on national and international topics.
- Editorial Cartooning:
Letters and Drama Awards
- Biography or Autobiography: