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Pulitzer Prizes: Editorial Cartooning



1922
Rollin Kirby (New York World)
1924
Jay Norwood Darling (New York Tribune)
1925
Rollin Kirby (New York World)
1926
D. R. Fitzpatrick (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
1927
Nelson Harding (Brooklyn Eagle)
1928
Nelson Harding (Brooklyn Eagle)
1929
Rollin Kirby (New York World)
1930
Charles R. Macauley (Brooklyn Eagle)
1931
Edmund Duffy (Baltimore Sun)
1932
John T. McCutcheon (Chicago Tribune)
1933
H. M. Talburt (Washington Daily News)
1934
Edmund Duffy (Baltimore Sun)
1935
Ross A. Lewis (Milwaukee Journal)
1937
C. D. Batchelor (New York Daily News)
1938
Vaughn Shoemaker (Chicago Daily News)
1939
Charles G. Werner (Daily Oklahoman [Oklahoma City])
1940
Edmund Duffy (Baltimore Sun)
1941
Jacob Burck (Chicago Times)
1942
Herbert L. Block (NEA Service)
1943
Jay Norwood Darling (New York Herald Tribune)
1944
Clifford K. Berryman (Washington Evening Star)
1945
Bill Mauldin (United Features Syndicate)
1946
Bruce Alexander Russell (Los Angeles Times)
1947
Vaughn Shoemaker (Chicago Daily News)
1948
Reuben L. Goldberg (New York Sun)
1949
Lute Pease (Newark Evening News)
1950
James T. Berryman (Washington Evening Star)
1951
Reg (Reginald W.) Manning (Arizona Republic [Phoenix])
1952
Fred L. Packer (New York Mirror)
1953
Edward D. Kuekes (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
1954
Herbert L. Block (Washington Post and Times-Herald)
1955
Daniel R. Fitzpatrick (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
1956
Robert York (Louisville Times)
1957
Tom Little (Nashville Tennessean)
1958
Bruce M. Shanks (Buffalo Evening News)
1959
Bill Mauldin (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
1961
Carey Orr (Chicago Tribune)
1962
Edmund S. Valtman (Hartford Times)
1963
Frank Miller (Des Moines Register)
1964
Paul Conrad (formerly of Denver Post, later on Los Angeles Times)
1966
Don Wright (Miami News)
1967
Patrick B. Oliphant (Denver Post)
1968
Eugene Gray Payne (Charlotte [N.C.] Observer)
1969
John Fischetti (Chicago Daily News)
1970
Thomas F. Darcy (Newsday [Garden City, N.Y.])
1971
Paul Conrad (Los Angeles Times)
1972
Jeffrey K. MacNelly (Richmond [Va.] News Leader)
1974
Paul Szep (Boston Globe)
1975
Garry Trudeau (Universal Press Syndicate)
1976
Tony Auth (Philadelphia Inquirer)
1977
Paul Szep (Boston Globe)
1978
Jeffrey K. MacNelly (Richmond [Va.] News Leader)
1979
Herbert L. Block (Washington Post)
1980
Don Wright (Miami News)
1981
Mike Peters (Dayton [Ohio] Daily News)
1982
Ben Sargent (Austin [Tex.] AmericanStatesman)
1983
Richard Locher (Chicago Tribune)
1984
Paul Conrad (Los Angeles Times)
1985
Jeff MacNelly (Chicago Tribune)
1986
Jules Feiffer (Village Voice)
1987
Berke Breathed (Washington Post Writers Group)
1988
Doug Marlette (Atlanta Constitution and Charlotte [N.C.] Observer)
1989
Jack Higgins (Chicago Sun-Times)
1990
Tom Toles (Buffalo News)
1991
Jim Borgman (Cincinnati Inquirer)
1992
Signe Wilkinson (Philadelphia Daily News)
1993
Stephen R. Benson (Arizona Republic)
1994
Michael P. Ramirez (Commercial Appeal, Memphis)
1995
Mike Luckovich (Atlanta Constitution)
1996
Jim Morin (Miami Herald)
1997
Walt Handelsman (Times-Picayune)
1998
Stephen P. Breen (Asbury Park [N.J.] Press)
1999
David Horsey (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
2000
Joel Pett (Lexington [Ky.] Herald-Leader)
2001
Ann Telnaes (Los Angeles Times Syndicate)
2002
Clay Bennett (Christian Science Monitor)
2003
David Horsey (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
2004
Matt Davies (The Journal News, [White Plains, N.Y.])
2005
Nick Anderson (The Courier-Journal, [Louisville, Ky.])
2006
Mike Luckovich (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
2007
Walt Handelsman (Newsday, Long Island, N.Y.)
2008
Michael Ramirez (Investor's Business Daily)
2009
Steve Breen (The San Diego Union-Tribune)
2010
Mark Fiore (self syndicated, appearing on SFGate.com)
2011
Mike Keefe (Denver Post)

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