1947 Pulitzer Prize
The following are the Pulitzer Prizes for 1947.
- Public Service:
- Frederick Woltman of the New York World-Telegram for his articles during 1946 on the infiltration of Communism in the U.S.
- Telegraphic Reporting (National):
- Telegraphic Reporting (International):
- Eddy Gilmore of Associated Press for his correspondence from Moscow in 1946.
- Editorial Writing:
- William H. Grimes of The Wall Street Journal for his distinguished editorial writing during the year.
- Editorial Cartooning:
Letters, Drama and Music Awards
- No award given.
- Biography or Autobiography:
Special Awards and Citations
- Columbia University and the Graduate School of Journalism (Pulitzer centennial year.) Columbia University and the Graduate School of Journalism for their efforts to maintain and advance the high standards governing the Pulitzer Prize awards. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, for its unswerving adherence to the public and professional ideals of its founder and its constructive leadership in the field of American journalism.