Deadline Club Hall of Fame

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As part of the club’s Golden Anniversary celebration in 1975, it established a Hall of Fame for journalists.

The original fifty inductees were (in alphabetical order):

Carl W. Ackerman

Homer Bigart

Hugh Baillie

C. D. Batchellor

Meyer Berger

Howard W. Blakeslee

Margaret Bourke-White

Hal Boyle

Arthur Brisbane

Heywood Broun

James Wright Brown

Jimmy Cannon

Robert Capa

Robert Considine

Kent Cooper

Walter Cronkite

Elmer Davis

Barry Farris

Pauline Frederick

Wes Gallagher

Julian Goodman

William Randolph Hearst

Roy W. Howard

Edwin L. James

Earl Johnson

Bernard Kilgore

A. J. Liebling

Walter Lippman

Henry R. Luce

Anne O’Hare McCormick

Raymond Morley

Edward R. Murrow

George Jean Nathan

Dan Parker

Alicia Patterson

Joseph Medill Patterson

Sylvia Porter

James Reston

Grantland Rice

Harold Ross

Damon Runyon

Arthur Hays Sulzberger

Herbert Bayard Swope

Roger Tatarian

Lowell Thomas

Dorothy Thompson

Stanley Walker

Paul White

Walter Winchell

Stanley Woodward

Since 1975, thirty-nine additional journalists have been elected to the Hall of Fame. They are (in alphabetical order):

Mel Allen

Art Athens

Michael Bloomberg

Ed Bradley

George Brown

John Mack Carter

Irene Cornell

Douglas Edward

Osborn Elliott

Morton Frank

Malvin Goode

Pete Hamill

Don Hewitt

John Hohenbe

Murray Kempton

Walter Kerr

Peter Khiss

James Kilgallen

Flora Lewis

Elmer Lower

Reuben Maury

John B. Oakes

Charles Osgood

Warren Phillips

Gabe Pressman

William Safire

Harrison Salisbury

William Shawn

Liz Smith

Walter “Red” Smith

Dr. Frank Stanton

Gloria Steinem

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger

Robert Trout

Dewitt Wallace

Lila Acheson Wallace

Mike Wallace

Barbara Walters

James Wechsler

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