(1929) Poem: "John Brown's Body". NOTE: Won the Pulitzer Prize.
He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1929 for the book-length poem "John Brown's Body".
(7/4/41) Radio: Wrote "Listen to the People".
(1924) Stage: Wrote (w/'John Farar) "That Awful Mrs. Eaton", produced on Broadway
. Drama. Morosco Theatre: 29 Sep 1924-Oct 1924 (closing date unknown/16 performances). Cast: 'Cordelia Howard Aiken' (as "Mrs. John Quincy Adams"), Katharine Alexander
(as "Peggy O'Neal Eaton"), Mary Allen (as "Dolly Madison"), Frank Andrews
(as "Mordecai Noah" / "John Branch, Secretary of the Navy"), Margaret Armstrong (as "Mrs. Everett"), Lee Beggs
(as "Daniel Webster"), James A. Bliss (as "U.S. Sen. Peleg Sprague"), Joyce Borden (as "Emily Donelson"), Laura Brittan (as "Mrs. Henry Clay"), Herbert Bunston
(as "Sir Charles Vaughan, British Ambassador"), Ulrich B. Collins
(as "Duff Green"), Henry Crosby (as "Col. Towson"), Harry Davies (as "Maj. Gen. Alexander Macomb"), H.G. Emerson (as "Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of Treasury"), Franklyn Fox
(as "Richard Hibson"), Elmer Grandin
(as "John C. Calhoun"), Virginia Howell (as "Mrs. Sprague"), Margot Lester (as "Mary Vaughan"), Kirah Markham
(as "Mrs. Daniel Webster"), Frank McGlynn (as "Andrew Jackson"), Isabel O'Madigan (as "Mrs. John C. Calhoun"), Ernest E. Pollock (as "John McPherson Berrien, Attorney General"), William R. Randall (as "John Henry Eaton, Secretary of War"), Mary Ellen Ryan (as "Mrs. Hibson"), Lota Sanders (as "Mrs. Branch"), Clifford Sellers (as "Mrs. Ingham"), Mary Taylor (as "Mrs. Berrien"), Lou Turner (as "William Taylor Barry, Postmaster General"), Minor Watson
(as "Maj. William B. Taylor"), Robert Wayne (as "Martin Van Buren, Secretary of State"), Thomas H. Wenning (as "Commodore John Rodgers"), William Walcott
(erroneously credited as William Wolcott; as "Dr. Campbell"), Walter Young (as "Jim"). Produced by William A. Brady
(????) Stage: Wrote "The Devil and Daniel Webster", produced on Broadway
. NOTE: Filmed as The Devil and Daniel Webster
(1941), "Sunday Showcase: The Devil and Daniel Webster (#1.22)"
(1960), Shortcut to Happiness
(7/4/42) Radio: Wrote "They Burned the Books".
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