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He shepherded more than 300 books into print, including James Baldwin’s “If Beale Street Could Talk” and Robert Ludlum’s “The Bourne Identity.”
Often described as an equal partner to the singers he performed with, he preferred to be called simply a pianist.
A founder of the publishing house Stein and Day, he also worked with Dylan Thomas, Budd Schulberg and David Frost and wrote more than a dozen books.
As president and chairman, Mr. Baldwin expanded the investment bank into a full-service financial brokerage and changed its long-entrenched culture.
the American essayist, novelist and playwright whose work explored racial issues
BALDWIN--Marcella Vig 11/ 04/2006 Stamford, CT 48 years in Mountain Lakes, NJ. B. 8/ 26/1921 Fosston, MN Ph.D. Clinical Psych. U. of MN 1946. 1966-1980 Treated long-term patients, Greystone Psychiatric Hospital, NJ. In add. private practice. Early hospice advocate a founder of Riverside Hospice, Boonton, NJ. Enjoyed the arts, cooking, gardening, writing, reading. Hosted guests from many lands & Traveled widely. Survived by 7 children, 16 grandchildren. Married 48 yrs. to Russell R. Baldwin, M.D. ...
BALDWIN--Alfred Jay of Spring Hill, FL died Monday, September 25th, after a brief battle with cancer. Born in Litchfield, CT, he moved to Florida 19 years ago from Parsippany, NJ. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World War II attached to the 463rd Bomb Group. Lieutenant Baldwin was a bombardier flying on B-17s. On his 20th mission his plane was shot down. He and a few others who survived, parachuted out and spent the rest of the war in a German P.O.W. camp. He retired as Vice President of the ...
RAUE--Philip Baldwin, 86, passed away July 19. Long time resident of Pelham Manor, NY and South Newbury, VT, he is survived by his wife, Jeanne Lungren Raue, sons David and Gregory, their wives and 5 grandchildren. After Yale Law School he joined Donovan, Leisure, Newton and Irvine and retired as Assistant General Counsel of Mobil Chemical. He was an avid outdoorsman with interests in hiking, skiing, biking and rowing. He will be remembered and sorely missed by all who knew him for his intellect ...
BALDWIN--Rosamond Wilder. Died in New York City February 14, 2006, at age 96. A Manhattan resident for 42 years, she was a native of Gloucester, MA., widow of professor of history Dr. Summerfield Baldwin 3rd, and beloved mother of Patricia B. Andrews of Baltimore, Mary B. Baer of Annapolis, MD., and William W. Baldwin 2nd of New York City. Also surviving are seven grandchildren & 13 great grandchildren. She was a W.W. II night shift maker of parts for planes; a 1960's two-year VISTA volunteer; i ...
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