Pringle, Henry Fowles

Pringle, Henry Fowles

(1897–1958) biographer, journalist; born in New York City. A muckraking reporter of the 1920s, he wrote a somewhat deflating Pulitzer Prize biography of Theodore Roosevelt (1931) and an ambitious two-volume biography of William Howard Taft (1939).
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