Russell Owen

Russell Owen (January 8, 1889 – April 3, 1952) was an American journalist employed by The New York Times.wikipedia
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Pulitzer Prize for Reporting

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He submitted graphic radio dispatches that were printed in many newspapers and won the annual Pulitzer Prize for Reporting in 1930 citing the 1929 portion of that work.

With Byrd at the South Pole

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He also appeared in the documentary film With Byrd at the South Pole (Paramount, 1930).

The New York Times

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Russell Owen (January 8, 1889 – April 3, 1952) was an American journalist employed by The New York Times.

The Sun (New York City)

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Born 1889 in Chicago, Owen worked for The Sun of New York City from 1906 to 1920.

Roald Amundsen

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That year he covered the air race to the North Pole, flying with Roald Amundsen (airship Norge) as far as Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard and meeting Richard Evelyn Byrd there.

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That year he covered the air race to the North Pole, flying with Roald Amundsen (airship Norge) as far as Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard and meeting Richard Evelyn Byrd there.

Ny-Ålesund

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That year he covered the air race to the North Pole, flying with Roald Amundsen (airship Norge) as far as Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard and meeting Richard Evelyn Byrd there.

Richard E. Byrd

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That year he covered the air race to the North Pole, flying with Roald Amundsen (airship Norge) as far as Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard and meeting Richard Evelyn Byrd there.

Documentary film

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He also appeared in the documentary film With Byrd at the South Pole (Paramount, 1930).

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Jack Bursey

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Then, according to Russell Owen, a special correspondent for the New York Times who was on board, "As the men were ready to drop from weariness, the clouds opened and ahead of them was the magnificent peak of Mount Erebus, the living volcano of the Antarctic."