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  • Title is exactly "Ray Stannard Baker to Cary T. Grayson"

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Ray Stannard Baker tells Cary Grayson Key Pittman has won a decided victory.

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Ray Stannard Baker would like to meet Cary Grayson’s friend and also have a medical examination.

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Bernard Baruch congratulations Cary Grayson and shares his travel plans.

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While resting from the strain of his works, Ray Stannard Baker tells Cary Grayson that he is glad he liked the volumes of the biography he is writing about Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker informs Cary T. Grayson of developing misunderstanding over recent events and his wish to write articles giving the true story.

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Ray Stannard Baker sends Cary Grayson the latest volume in his biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Cary Grayson thanks Ray Stannard Baker for hosting his sons on their visit to the college in Amherst. He also acknowledges receipt of Baker’s acceptance of the appointment as incorporator for the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation.

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Ray Stannard Baker accepts Cary Grayson’s nomination as an incorporater for the Woodrow Wilson Birthplace Foundation and tells him about his recent prostate surgery.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary Grayson to confirm details about his promotion to Admiral.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson about Key Pittman’s campaign and the growing strength of the Democratic party in certain areas.

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Ray Stannard Baker tells Grayson that he is glad to have a diagnosis from Dr. Bloedorn, but that he is concerned at how that will impact his work on the Woodrow Wilson biography. He is still planning to meet with FDR.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson telling him that due to his health he is not able to travel, but that he will be delighted to meet with FDR.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Cary Grayson for speaking with him in reference to the biography he is writing about Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker encloses the Wilson Bibliography from 1910 to 1921 that he and Professor Dodd have edited.

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Ray Stannard Baker reports a good visit with Cary Jr. and William Grayson to their father Cary T. Grayson.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for his letter about the cause of Woodrow Wilson’s death and his medical perspective on Baker’s own health condition.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary Grayson to clarify the exact cause of Woodrow Wilson’s death, specifically whether he died of syphilis or not.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary Grayson about adjusting to his health diagnosis.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for his encouragement and agrees to send the bibliography of Wilson’s work that has been identified. He also tells of the volume of the project to compile Wilson’s work and his delight at how many wonderful letters…

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Ray Stannard Baker encourages Cary T. Grayson to write a biography of Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker congratulates Dr. and Mrs. Grayson on the birth of their newest son.

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Ray Stannard Baker apologizes for not getting back to Dr. Grayson earlier regarding the title of Grayson’s book as he has been working on his book scheduled to be published in the fall.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Grayson for helping him and updates him on his writing efforts.

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Ray Stannard Baker thanks Cary Grayson for giving him the name of Mr. Gordon in Staunton as he is working on writing and researching the biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Grayson if he has read Tardieu’s book commenting on Woodrow Wilson. He is starting work on his biography of Woodrow Wilson.

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Ray Stannard Baker asks Cary T. Grayson to look over the proofs for his book and give editoral comments.

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Ray Stannard Baker writes to Cary T. Grayson about President Wilson’s health and public image and his attempts at writing articles to accurately represent Woodrow Wilson.
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