Approximately 20,000 items, personal and professional papers of this important American editor and the extant records of one of his newspapers can be found in the Rare Book & Manuscript Library of Columbia University.
The School of Journalism in Columbia University : the power of public opinion by Joseph Pulitzer.
New York : Columbia University, c1904.
LEHMAN PN4791 .C79 1904g
Birthday anniversary given by Joseph Pulitzer, April 10, 1907. 1907. St. Louis, MO. Woodward & Tiernan.
BUTLER MICROFORM READING ROOM FX3 1046 B 1844
For United States Senator from New York, Joseph Pulitzer: an intimate narrative. 1911?. New York.
BUTLER MICROFORM READING ROOM FX3 1046 B 1843.
Joseph Pulitzer's plans for his school of journalism.
1924. Columbia University.
RARE BOOKS OFFSITE 070.04 ZC2
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.
BUTLER MICROFORM READING ROOM MICROFLM F d1971
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