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Pulitzer For Photography

The first Pulitzer Prize for photography was awarded to Milton Brooks for his photograph of a strike at Ford Motor Co. in 1943. In 1968, the award was split into two categories: the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography and the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. This year's winners were announced yesterday.

The respective recipients were Damon Winter of The New York Times,for his series on the Obama campaign, and Patrick Farrell of The Miami Herald, for his coverage of the destruction in Haiti caused by Hurricane Ike. Take a look at some of Winter's photos below.

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Images (c) Damon Winter, 2008, The New York Times.

View a gallery of Patrick Farrell's Haiti photos on the Pulitzer site. Other notable finalists include Carol Guzy of The Washington Post for her coverage of child birth in Sierra Leone, Sonya Hebert of The Dallas Morning News for her portrait of hospital care for the terminally ill, and Carolyn Cole of the Los Angeles Times for her coverage of political violence in Kenya.

And check out more photos by past Pulitzer winners on the Newseum's Web site.

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