Adventures in Friendship
1910. David Grayson (pseudonym of Ray Stannard Baker), American author, began as a Chicago newspaper reporter, then joined the staff of McClure's Magazine for which he wrote some famous muckraking articles. The first book of quiet country sketches by David Grayson, Adventures in Contentment, appeared in 1907. He won the Pulitzer Prize for the last two volumes of his authoritative biography of Woodrow Wilson. This volume contains more country sketches including: An Adventure in Fraternity; A Day of Pleasant Bread; The Open Road; On Being Where You Belong; The Story of Anna; The Drunkard; An Old Maid; A Roadside Prophet; The Gunsmith; The Mowing; An Old Man; The Celebrity; and On Friendship. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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