Pen Name: None
Birth Year: 1931
Place of Birth: Chicago
Biographical and Professional Information
Lois spent her entire 35-year newspaper career in Chicago. She was a reporter on the Chicago Daily News from 1956 to 1977. In 1978, Lois went to work for the Chicago Sun-Times until 1984. She then went to the Chicago Tribune and from 1987 until her retirement in May of 1991, she was editorial page editor of the Tribune.
- Forever Open, Clear & Free, The Struggle for Chicago`s Lakefront, Henry Regnery Co., 1972
- At Home in the Loop, How Clout & Community Built Chicago`s Dearborn Park, SIU Press, 1998
Titles for Purchase and at Your Library
Forever Open, Clear and Free: The Struggle for Chicago's Lakefront
Release Date: 1972
Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Public Service, 1963.
Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Editorial Writing, 1989.
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
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