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Ray Stannard Baker

Born: 17-Apr-1870
Birthplace: Lansing, MI
Died: 12-Jul-1946
Location of death: Amherst, MA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Wildwood Cemetery, Amherst, MA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Journalist, Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Biographer of Woodrow Wilson

    University: East Michigan Agricultural College (1889)
    University: University of Michigan (one semester in 1892)

    American Magazine Writer (1906-15)
    McClure's Associate Editor (1899-1905)
    The Chicago Record (1892-98)
    Pulitzer Prize for Biography 1940 for Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters

Author of books:
Adventures in Contentment (1907, essays, pseudo. David Grayson)
Follow the Color Line (1908, nonfiction)
Adventures in Friendship (1910, essays, pseudo. David Grayson)
What Wilson Did at Paris (1919, nonfiction)
Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement (1922, 3 vols.)
Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters (1927-39, biography, 8 vol.)
Native American (1941, memoir)
American Chronicle (1945, memoir)

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