Louis Bromfield

Awards and Honors

  • Croix de Guerre and Chevalier, Legion d’honneur (France), 1919
  • Pulitzer Prize for fiction, for Early Autumn, 1927
  • O. Henry Short Story Award for “The Scarlet,” 1927; and “The Skeleton at the Feast,” 1928
  • Audubon medal, for leadership in conservation farming, 1952
  • Honorary degrees: Marshall College, Parsons College and Ohio Northern University
  • Elected to the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame (posthumously), 1980

Dedication of the Louis Bromfield lobby, Ohio Department of Agriculture headquarters, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, 1996.

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