Los Angeles Times photographer, Clarence Williams, wins a Pulitzer Prize

May 1998
Jet;05/04/98, Vol. 93 Issue 23, p14
Reports that the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography which documented the plight of young children whose parents were addicted to drugs and alcohol, was awarded to Clarence Williams, a `Los Angeles Times' newspaper photographer. Number of pictures which were shown in the `Los Angeles Times'; Who wrote the story `Orphans of Addiction' which the pictures accompanied; Length of time Williams was a full-time staff photographer with the periodical.


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