Drury, Allen

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Birth 1918-09-02
Death 1998-09-02

Biographical notes:

Chronology

  • 1918 September 2: Born, Houston, Texas
  • 1939: B.A., Stanford University
  • 1940 - 1941 : Editor, Tulare Bee, awarded national Sigma Delta Chi Editorial Award for writings in this publication
  • 1941 - 1943 : Editor, The Bakersfield Californian
  • 1942 - 1943 : Served in the United States Army
  • 1943 - 1946 : United States Senate staff of United Press
  • 1954 - 1959 : Washington reporter, New York Times
  • 1959: Author, Advise and Consent
  • 1960: Awarded Pulitzer Prize
  • 1961: Author, Education for Politics
  • 1962: Author, A Shade of Difference
  • 1963: Author, A Senate Journal, 1943-1945
  • 1965: Author, That Summer
  • 1966: Author, Capable of Honor
  • 1967: Author, A Very Strange Society
  • 1968: Author, Preserve and Protect
  • 1971: Author, Courage and Hesitation, Author, The Throne of Saturn
  • 1973: Author, Come Nineveh, Come Tyre
  • 1975: Author, The Promise of Joy
  • 1976: Author, A God Against the Gods
  • 1980: Author, Egypt: The Eternal Smile
  • 1981: Author, The Hill of Summer
  • 1982: Appointed to the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities
  • 1983: Author, Decision
  • 1984: Author, The Roads of Earth
  • 1986: Author, Pentagon
  • 1990: Author, Toward What Bright Glory?
  • 1993: Author, Into What Far Harbor?
  • 1995: Author, A Thing of State
  • 1998: Author, Public Men
  • 1998 September 2: Died, Marin County, California

From the guide to the Allen Drury papers, 1890-1995, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace)

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