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Pulitzer Prizes: Special Local Reporting



1964
James V. Magee, Albert V. Gaudiosi, and Frederick A. Meyer (Philadelphia Bulletin)
1965
Gene Goltz (Houston Post)
1966
John A. Frasca (Tampa Tribune)
1967
Gene Miller (Miami Herald)
1968
J. Anthony Lukas (New York Times)
1969
Albert L. Delugach and Denny Walsh (St. Louis Globe-Democrat)
1970
Harold Eugene Martin (Montgomery Advertiser)
1971
William Hugh Jones (Chicago Tribune)
1972
Timothy Leland, Gerard N. O'Neill, Stephen A. Kurkjian, and Ann DeSantis (Boston Globe)
1973
Sun Newspapers of Omaha, Neb.
1974
William Sherman (New York Daily News)
1975
Indianapolis Star
1976
Chicago Tribune
1977
Acel Moore and Wendell Rawls, Jr. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
1978
Anthony R. Dolan (Stamford [Conn.] Advocate)
1979
Gilbert M. Gaul and Elliot G. Jaspin (Pottsville [Pa.] Republican)
1980
Nils J. Bruzelius, Alexander B. Hawes, Jr., Stephen A. Kurkjian, Robert M. Porterfield, and Joan Vennochi (Boston Globe)
1981
Clark Hallas and Robert B. Lowe (Arizona Daily Star, Tucson)
1982
Paul Henderson (Seattle Times)
1983
Loretta Tofani (Washington Post)
1984
Kenneth Cooper, Joan FitzGerald, Jonathan Kaufman, Norman Lockman, Gary McMillan, Kirk Scharfenberg, and David Wessel (Boston Globe)

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