William Wallace Price

William Wallace Price (November 11, 1867 - October 24, 1931) was one of the first journalists to cover the White House on a full-time basis and the first to write a column devoted to the White House.wikipedia
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White House Correspondents' Association

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He was the first president of the White House Correspondents' Association.

White House

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William Wallace Price (November 11, 1867 - October 24, 1931) was one of the first journalists to cover the White House on a full-time basis and the first to write a column devoted to the White House.

James S. Brady Press Briefing Room

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He was responsible for the creation of the White House Press Room.

Dahlonega, Georgia

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William Wallace Price was born on November 11, 1867 in Dahlonega, Georgia to James Madison Price and Margaret Eliza Land.

Washington, D.C.

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He moved to Washington, DC in 1895 and joined the staff of the Washington Evening Star.

The Washington Star

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He moved to Washington, DC in 1895 and joined the staff of the Washington Evening Star.

Scoop (news)

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This way he was able to get scoops and have multiple beats.

Beat reporting

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This way he was able to get scoops and have multiple beats.

Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt saw him standing in the rain on a cold day and arranged for a small room to be provided for him inside the White House.

Editorial

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In 1917 he became the chief editorial writer for The Washington Times.

The Washington Times

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In 1917 he became the chief editorial writer for The Washington Times.