Series 4: Clippings

6.84 linear feet, 7 boxes

This collection is stored at Mudd Manuscript Library.

Requests will be delivered to Public Policy Papers, MUDD Reading Room .

Collection Creator: Baker, Ray Stannard, 1870-1946..

Dates: 1910-1939.

Extent: 6.84 linear feet, 7 boxes

Languages: English.

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use.


The Clippings series is composed of bound and loose articles from newspapers and magazines. The bound articles have been mounted onto pages for binding, although most are not currently in bindings. These include articles from Life and The North American Review, as well as a few other magazines and newspapers and clippings of published political cartoons, about Wilson. Topics include World War I, especially related to Wilson's peacemaking efforts, Wilson's policies as United States president generally, and a few about his earlier career as New Jersey state governor. The majority of the loose articles are clippings from newspapers regarding Wilson's political career. Subjects of the chronological section include the presidential campaign of 1916, Wilson's presidential policies, especially regarding World War I, keeping the United States from entering World War I, memorials after Wilson's death, and analysis of his career. Subjects of the subject section include a complete run of the series "America and World Peace" by Baker about Wilson's role in the Paris Peace Conference, reviews of books about Wilson, articles about Edith Wilson's support of her husband during his presidency, and international newspapers reporting on the Paris Peace Conference and Wilson's death.


Divided into two sections: Bound and Loose. Loose are arranged chronologically or by subject.

Preferred Citation

Series 4: Clippings; 1910-1939; Ray Stannard Baker Papers, Public Policy Papers, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library.

    Title Date Container
    Bound 1912-1922 Explore Multiple Containers
    Loose 1910-1939 Explore Multiple Containers

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