Jazz Great Duke Ellington And Wall Street Journal's Angelo B. Henderson Awarded Pulitzer Prizes

May 1999
Jet;05/03/99, Vol. 95 Issue 22, p29
Reports that the late jazz composer Duke Ellington and `Wall Street Journal' Deputy Bureau Chief Angelo B. Henderson were black recipients of Pulitzer Prizes in 1999.


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