Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and historian from the Twentieth Hundred years. She actually is known for Reveille in Washington, 1860-1865, an traditional function that discusses Civil War-era Washington, D.C. Her books include Tin Wedding ceremony and THE TRUNK from the Reserve. She worked well during World Battle I for the American Committee for Devastated France, among additional charitable businesses. She was friendly with such users from the Algonquin Circular Desk as Dorothy Parker and Alexander Woollcott. She wedded New York Globe publisher Ralph Pulitzer. Her father-in-law, Joseph Pulitzer, was the creator from the Pulitzer Reward. She received her second Pulitzer Reward in 1960 on her behalf biography of Chief executive William McKinley.