Browse Items (11 total)

  • Tags: Ray Stannard Baker

Portrait of Ray Stannard Baker, American author, who also wrote under the pen name of David Grayson.

Ray Stannard Baker harvesting apples (or quince) from one of the fruit trees on his property in Amherst.

This is the elm tree on the lot opposite the Ray Stannard Baker house on Sunset Avenue in Amherst. He purchased the meadow in order to save the tree. About the elm he wrote, "It is content. It does not weep with remorse over its past, nor tremble for…

Ray Stannard Baker stands in front of a tree, probably in his backyard. He holds clippers in one hand and his hat in the other.

"David Grayson" owns up newspaper clipping regarding the reveal of Ray Stannard Baker as David Grayson dated March 1, 1916

Letter from a fan asking if David Grayson was also Ray Stannard Baker, dated October 4, 1915

Letter to Ray Stannard Baker from a David Grayson fan named Bert D. Strong (or Strang) dated March 27, 1916

A fan letter dated April 12, 1916 to Ray Stannard Baker/ David Grayson sent by Sarah Wilson of Churchville, Pennsylvania

Charles Green, Paul Harris, and Ray Stannard Baker stand in front of the Jones Library in 1935

Ray Stannard Baker working at his desk in the Jones Library in 1941

Charles Green, Paul Harris, and Ray Stannard Baker stand in front of the Jones Library in 1935. A placard listing upcoming events is partially visible behind Baker.
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2