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Chicago Herald and Examiner Their Essays Win High Prize Awards

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09576.015 Author/Creator: Chicago Herald and Examiner Place Written: Chicago, Illinois Type: Newspaper clipping Date: 14 May 1932 Pagination: 1 p. ;

Summary of Content: One newspaper clipping from the Chicago Herald and Examiner entitled Their Essays Win High Prize Awards dated May 14, 1932. The article features thirteen portraits of essay contest winners including Paul Hlobik on the top right corner. The contest was the George Washington Essay contest sponsored by William Randolph Hearst. Paul won third place in class two for any person between age 16 and 21.

Background Information: Paul H. Lobik changed his last name from Hlobik between June and August of 1936. As a result the earlier letters in his collection are addressed to Paul Hlobik and the ...later letters are addressed to Paul. H. Lobik. To remain constant and honor his choice of name he is listed in all letters as Paul H. Lobik. See More

People: Lobik, Paul H., 1915-1998

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: WritersEducation

Sub Era: The Great Depression

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