1934: Eleanor Roosevelt

The New York Times




Dorothy Ducas ’26

The first woman to receive a Pulitzer Traveling Scholarship, Dorothy Ducas was with the International News Service when she unforgettably profiled Eleanor Roosevelt’s efforts to expand what first ladies — and women in general — could achieve on the public stage. The mutual admiration between the two pioneering women blossomed into a friendship that lasted decades.

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