**CANCELED** Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize
Update 3/20 **THIS PROGRAMMING HAS BEEN SUSPENDED THROUGH APRIL 30**
Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize
The first Pulitzer Prize for photography was awarded in 1942 to Milton Brooks for his photograph of the Ford Strikers Riot. That photo, and each Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph since, has a unique history. Our gallery talks will take a closer look at some of these stories as well as stories from other Pulitzer Prize categories.
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