Last night, I wrote about how a young San Diego journalist 85 years ago became the first journalist west of the Mississippi to win journalism’s coveted Pulitzer Prize.
Here’s a full version of the story that won:
By Magner White
The biggest shadow in the world — 235,000 miles high, 105 miles wide and 75 miles thick in its densest part — fell across San Diego today, the shadow of the moon as it crossed the face of the sun.
The heavenly appointment was carried out as predicted, 120 years since the last time, 120 years until the next time.
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