PULITZER AND WHAT HE PRIZED
This two-part documentary, using period graphics and photos, profiles the life and times of the legendary American newspaper publisher, Joseph Pulitzer (1847-1911). In 1883 Pulitzer bought The New York World, which pioneered in the use of illustrations, editorial cartoons and interviews, devoted itself to exposing political corruption and social injustice, and quickly became one of the country's leading newspapers.
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Joan Kraft, director. NY: Cinema Guild.
1996, 96 minutes.
Birthday anniversary given by Joseph Pulitzer, April 10, 1907. 1907. St. Louis, MO. Woodward & Tiernan.
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For United States Senator from New York, Joseph Pulitzer: an intimate narrative. 1911?. New York.
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Joseph Pulitzer's plans for his school of journalism.
1924. Columbia University.
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Heaton, John Langdon. The profession of journalism: the purpose of the Pulitzer bequest; an address before the Pulitzer School of Journalism, Columbia University, New York, delivered at Earl Hall, October 7, 1912.
1912. New York. The World.
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The titles listed below represent a partial listing of publications about Joseph Pulitzer at Columbia University Libraries. For a full listing of publications, connect to CLIO, the library search interface, and do a subject search on Pulitzer, Joseph.
Barrett, James Wyman. Joseph Pulitzer and his world
1941. New York. The Vanguard Press
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Brian, Denis. Pulitzer: A life.
2001. New York. John Wiley.
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Ireland, Alleyne. Joseph Pulitzer: reminiscences of a secretary.
1914. New York. M. Kennerly.
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Csillag, Andras. Joseph Pulitzer's roots in Europe: a genealogical history.
1987 or 1988. St. Louis, MO.
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Csillag, Andras. Pulitzer Jozsef makoi szarmazasarol.
1985. Mako. Mako Varosi Tanacs, Muvelodesi Osztaly.
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Granberg, Wilbur J. The World of Joseph Pulitzer
1965. London, New York. Abelard-Schuman
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Ireland, Alleyne. An Adventure with a genius: recollections of Joseph Pulitzer
1937. New York. E.P. Dutton.
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Morris, James McGrath. Pulitzer: a life in politics, print, and power
2010. New York. Harper
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Heaton, John Langdon. The story of a page; thirty years of public service and public discussion in the editorial columns of the New York World. 1913. New York, London. Harper & Brothers.
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Johns, George S. Joseph Pulitzer: early life in St. Louis and his founding and conduct of the Post-Dispatch up to 1883
1932? Columbia, MO. States Historical Society of Missouri.
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Juergens, George. Joseph Pulitzer and the New York World
1966. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press.
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Noble, Iris. Joseph Pulitzer, front page pioneer.
1957. New York. Messner.
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Pfaff, Daniel W. Joseph Pulitzer II and the Post-Dispatch: a newpaperman's life.
1991. Univeristy Park, PA. Pennsyslvania University
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Pulitzer, Joseph. Pulitzer Publishing Company: newspapers and broadcasting in the public interest.
1988. New York. Newcomen Society of the United States
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Rammelkamp, Julien S. Pulitzer's Post-Dispatch, 1878-1883
1967. Princeton, NJ. Princeton University Press
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