A. B. MacDonald

A.B. MacDonald
Alexander Black MacDonald (May 6, 1871 — April 9, 1942) was a journalist for the Kansas City Star who won a Pulitzer Prize for Reporting in 1931 for "his work in connection with a murder in Amarillo, Texas." On that assignment, he "solved a murder mystery . . . and brought a guilty man to justice."wikipedia
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The Kansas City Star

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Alexander Black MacDonald (May 6, 1871 — April 9, 1942) was a journalist for the Kansas City Star who won a Pulitzer Prize for Reporting in 1931 for "his work in connection with a murder in Amarillo, Texas."

Pulitzer Prize for Reporting

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Alexander Black MacDonald (May 6, 1871 — April 9, 1942) was a journalist for the Kansas City Star who won a Pulitzer Prize for Reporting in 1931 for "his work in connection with a murder in Amarillo, Texas."

Amarillo, Texas

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Alexander Black MacDonald (May 6, 1871 — April 9, 1942) was a journalist for the Kansas City Star who won a Pulitzer Prize for Reporting in 1931 for "his work in connection with a murder in Amarillo, Texas."

Henry Starr

Earlier, he had been sent to Oklahoma to cover the chase of Henry Starr, "a bandit who rode safely through a surrounding posse because his sweetheart was on the horse with him and the possemen were too gallant to shoot."

Posse comitatus

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Earlier, he had been sent to Oklahoma to cover the chase of Henry Starr, "a bandit who rode safely through a surrounding posse because his sweetheart was on the horse with him and the possemen were too gallant to shoot."

Billy Sunday

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After he was assigned to interview evangelist Billy Sunday, he took a leave from the Star to go to New York to work as Sunday's publicity agent.

Publicity

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After he was assigned to interview evangelist Billy Sunday, he took a leave from the Star to go to New York to work as Sunday's publicity agent.

Jimmy Tompkins (priest)

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The Antigonish Movement was eventually institutionalized in the form of the Extension Department at St. Francis Xavier, which was headed by Tompkins' double-cousin Father Moses Coady and which included Father (Dr.) Hugh MacPherson, A.B. MacDonald and others.