James Baker (university president)
James Hutchins Baker (1848–1925) was an American academic administrator who served as the president of the University of Colorado from 1892 to 1914. Born on October 13, 1848, in Harmony, Maine, he attended Bates College in Lewiston before becoming the principal of Yarmouth High School in Yarmouth. He moved to Denver, Colorado in 1875 and worked in secondary school administration until 1891. He married his wife, Jennie Hilton on June 20, 1882, having two children.
- James Baker at Find a Grave
- Oliver B. Clason; et al. (1915). General Catalogue of Officers and Graduates of Bates College Including Cobb Divinity School, 1863-1891. Bates College. p. 95.
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