Holden, Raymond Peckham, 1894-1972
- Existence: 1894 - 1972
Raymond Holden was born on April 7, 1894 in New York City. He graduated form Princeton University in 1915 and served in the National Guard from 1916-1917. From there, Holden became involved in publishing. During his career he worked for a variety of publications, including the "New Yorker," "Fortune," "Newsweek," and "Readers Digest." Holden was also a writer in his own right, producing a number of books, short stories, and poetry. Later in life he moved to New England, where he became involved in both the New Hampshire House of Representatives and the New Hampshire Library Trustees Association. He passed away on June 26, 1972. (from Princeton University Finding Aid)
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Overview Raymond Holden (1894-1972), writer. Consist of the manuscript of the chapter about Vilhjalmur Stefansson, entitled, "The Arctic, foe and friend : the Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913-1918," from Holden's book, "Famous scientific expeditions."