The May 7, 1935, Sacramento Bee front page announces the paper’s winning of the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Pictured on the phone is associate editor Arthur B. Waugh, who wrote the winning series.
The May 7, 1935, Sacramento Bee front page announces the paper’s winning of the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Pictured on the phone is associate editor Arthur B. Waugh, who wrote the winning series. Sacramento Bee file
The May 7, 1935, Sacramento Bee front page announces the paper’s winning of the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Pictured on the phone is associate editor Arthur B. Waugh, who wrote the winning series. Sacramento Bee file

Bee lauded in ’35 for series on political corruption

April 12, 2017 07:32 PM

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