1931 - Edmund Duffy, for his editorial cartoon, "An Old Struggle Still Going On"
1934 - Edmund Duffy, for his editorial cartoon, " California With Pride"
1937 - John W. Owens, for the body of his work in editorial cartooning
1940 - Edmund Duffy, for his editorial cartoon, "The Outstretched Hand"
1944 - Dewey Fleming, for distinguished national reporting
1945 - Mark Watson, for international reporting from London and the war fronts in Sicily, Italy and France
1947 - Howard Norton, for meritorious public service in his series of articles on corruption in Maryland's unemployment compensation
1948 - Paul Ward, for international reporting in his series, "Life in the Soviet Union"
1949 - Price Day, for international reporting in his series, "Experiments in Freedom - India and Its First Year of Independence"
1979 - Jon Franklin (The Evening Sun), for feature writing
1985 - Alice Steinbach, for feature writing for her article on the world of a blind boy, "A Boy of Unusual Vision"
1985 - Jon Franklin (The Evening Sun), for expository writing
1997 - Lisa Pollak, for feature writing for her series, "The Umpire's Sons"
1998 - Gary Cohn and Will Englund, for investigative reporting for "The Shipbreakers"
2003 - Diana K. Sugg, for beat reporting for her absorbing, often poignant stories that illuminated complex medical issues through the lives of people.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun