James Terry White Award (HISTORICAL)

About the James Terry White Award To be given for notable published professional writing. Established in 1937 in memorial to J.T. White's grandfather.

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1941 Winner(s)

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written by Anne T. Eaton

In the judgement of  the jury, Eaton's work  "showed the most creative ability and was most imaginatively conceived."- Bulletin of the American Library Association, Vol. 35, no.11, p.H-52.