In addition to the endowment of the School of Journalism of Columbia University, the late Joseph Pulitzer provided for the establishment of a number of prizes. Under the provisions of the bequest three prizes, one of $1000 and two of $500 will be awarded for the best history of the services rendered to the public by the American press during the year 1924, provided always that the essays received are deemed of sufficient merit to justify an award. Manuscripts sent in for competition must reach the hands of the Secretary of Columbia University not later than February 1st. 1925.
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