SOLD OUT – Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize
UPDATE 2/21: This Date is Sold Out
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Gallery Talk: History through the Pulitzer Prize
1940s & 1950s
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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