The Press: Prize Pictures

Picture-conscious in a big way since its Wirephoto service was founded in 1935, the Associated Press hopefully submitted many a print to the second annual National News-Photo Contest run by Editor & Publisher, newsmen's trade weekly. Last week the magazine's judges announced the winners: first, John Lindsay for Working on the Levee, a rhythmic frieze of Negro convicts toting sandbags in February's flood; second, James Keen for Lowland Madonna, another flood scene of a young refugee nursing her baby; third, Edward O'Haire for J. P. Morgan Listens, a shot taken at the...

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