Joseph Frazier Wall
Joseph Frazier Wall (July 10, 1920 in Des Moines, Iowa – October 9, 1995) was an American historian and professor of history at Grinnell College. His biography of Andrew Carnegie won the Bancroft Prize in 1971, and he was later nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his biography on the Du Pont family.
- Liane Ellison Norman, "Joseph Frazier Wall (1920-1995): Andrew Carnegie's Greatest Historian," CARNEGIE, Jan.-Feb. 1996
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