| Baker, Newton D. Private Papers. Library of Congress, Washington,
As Secretary of War, Baker concerned himself primarily with mobilizing men and materials. He consciously deferred to his professional military associates in matters of strategy. His correspondence with President Wilson and General Bliss is of great importance in the study of inter-Allied cooperation. Baker often transmitted instructions to Bliss in the form of personal letters.
| Baker, Ray Stannard. Private Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.|
When preparing the authorized biography of President Wilson, Baker collected a great deal of information about the World War through personal interviews and correspondence with the leading Wilsonians. Some of this collection pertains to diplomacy, strategy, and inter-Allied consultation.
| Bliss, General Tasker H. Private Papers. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.|
The American military representative's papers include considerable material concerning his assignment at Versailles. His correspondence with Baker and March is one of the most important sources of information about American activities at the Supreme War Council. The collection also includes copies of official documents issued by the Supreme War Council and the military representatives.
| House, Edward M. Private Papers. Yale University Library, New
This collection throws much light on the role of the President's intimate friend. Much of it is included in the published