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Lillian L. Baker, American Author, historian, artist, lecturer. Recipient award Freedoms Foundation, 1971, George Washington Honor medal,1989, Annual award Conference California History Socs., 1983, monetary award Hoover Institution Stanford (California) U., 1985, award Pro-American Organisation, 1987, Golden Poet award International Poets Society, 1989, Editor's Choice award for outstanding achievement in poetry National Library. Poetry, 1994.


Baker, Lillian L. was born on December 12, 1921 in Yonkers, New York, United States.


Student, El Camino (California) College, 1952;student, University of California at Los Angeles, 1968, 77.


Continuity writer Station World International News Service, New York City, 1945-1946. Columnist, free-lance writer, reviewer Gardena (California) Valley News, 1964-1976. Free-lance writer, editor Gardena, 1971-1996.

Lecturer in field; founder, editor International Club for Collectors of Hatpins and Hatpin Holders, bi-monthly newsletter Points, annual Pictorial Journal, 1977-1996, convention and seminar coordinator, 1979, 82, 84, 87, 90, 92.



Co-founder Americans for History Accuracy, 1972, Committee for Equality for All Draftees, 1973. Chair Son of Bay election campaign Staten Island Hayakawa, for United States Senator from California, 1976. Witness United States Commission Wartime Relocation, 1981, United States Senate Judiciary Committee, 1983, United States House Representatives Judiciary Committee, 1986, United States House Representatives Subcommittee on Appropriations, 1989.

Guest artist United States Olympics, 1984. Fellow International Biographical Association (life). Member National League American Pen Women, National Writers Network, National Writers Club, Society Jewelry Historians United States of America (charter), Art Students League New York (life), National Historic Society (founding), National Trust for Historic Preservation (founding), Americans for History Accuracy (co-founder), World World War II National Commemorative Association (advisory board 1993-1995), The Center for Civilian Internee Rights Inc.

(honorary), other organizations.


Married Roscoe A. Baker. Children: Wanda Georgia, George Riley.

Roscoe A. Baker

Wanda Georgia Baker

George Riley Baker