AUTHORS A
   A   
B
   B   
C
   C   
D
   D   
 E
   E   
 F
   F   
 G
   G   
 H
   H   
 I
   I   
 J
   J   
 K
   K   
 L
   L   
 M
   M   
 N
   N   
 O
   O   
 P
   P   
 Q
   Q   
 R
   R   
 S
   S   
 T
   T   
 U
   U   
 V
   V   
 W
   W   
 X
   X   
 Y
   Y   
 Z
   Z   
 ALL
 ALL 
SEARCH TERM
SEARCH BY
CLASSIFICATION
CATEGORY
      
AUTHORS BY NATIONALITY
CLASSIFICATIONS
Art/Design & Architecture
Astronomy
Biography & Autobiography
Biology & Natural History
Chemistry
Children's Literature
Cooking & Cuisine
Drama & Romantic Fiction
Ecology & Environment
Economics & Finance
Education
Folklore/Mythology/Fantasy
General Reference
General Science
Geology/Mineralogy/Palaeont.
Historical Fiction
History
Horror/Supernatural/Occult
Humour & Satire
Language & Linguistics
Literary Criticism/Analysis
Mathematics
Medicine & Physiology
Military & War
Music
Mystery/Crime/Espionage
Philosophy, Ethics & Logic
Physics
Poetry
Politics, Government & Law
Psychology & Psychiatry
Religion & Theology
Science & Future Fiction
Sociology/Society/Anthropology
Sports, Hobbies & Games
Travel & Geography
Western Fiction

Ray Stannard Baker

a.k.a. David Grayson *

Author Code: ARSB

Born: Apr. 17, 1870 - Lansing, Michigan, USA

Died: Jul. 12, 1946 - Amherst, Massachusetts, USA

Educated at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan law school, Baker decided to give up law for journalism. In 1892 he joined the staff of the Chicago News-Record and established a respectable reputation as a journalist. In 1896, he joined McClure's Magazine and also began producing his own stories under the David Grayson pseudonym. In 1906, he left McClure's to set up The American Magazine with Ida Tarbell and Lincoln Steffens. A supporter of racial equality, Baker published Following the Color Line in 1908, a hugely successful book. A backer and subsequent friend of president Woodrow Wilson, Baker was sent by Wilson to Europe in 1918 in order to study the war. He then served as Wilson's secretary at Versailles. He became the official biographer of Wilson, producing the eight volume Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, which won the 1940 Pulitzer Prize. His other works include The Boy's Book of Inventions (1899), Our New Prosperity (1900), New Ideals in Healing (1909), What Wilson Did at Paris (1919), An American Pioneer in Science (1925), Native American (1941) and his autobiography American Chronicle (1945).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARSB004 Adventures in Contentment 1907 80 407k eBook Download PDF - 'Adventures in Contentment' (ARSB004) Find a printed copy of Adventures in Contentment by Ray Stannard Baker at AbeBooks
ARSB002 Adventures in Friendship 1910 63 338k eBook Download PDF - 'Adventures in Friendship' (ARSB002) Find a printed copy of Adventures in Friendship by Ray Stannard Baker at AbeBooks
ARSB001 The Friendly Road 1913 100 464k eBook Download PDF - 'The Friendly Road' (ARSB001) Find a printed copy of The Friendly Road by Ray Stannard Baker at AbeBooks
ARSB003 Great Possessions 1917 67 372k eBook Download PDF - 'Great Possessions' (ARSB003) Find a printed copy of Great Possessions by Ray Stannard Baker at AbeBooks
ARSB005 Hempfield 1915 113 488k eBook Download PDF - 'Hempfield' (ARSB005)   Download ePub - 'Hempfield' (ARSB005) Find a printed copy of Hempfield by Ray Stannard Baker at AbeBooks

Note: An Asterisk (*) after an author´s name signifies that this is a Pseudonym



Click here To Subscribe
PayPal Acceptance Mark

Terms & Conditions        Privacy Policy

Copyright © 2001-2017. All Rights Reserved eBooks-Library.com