Mark Allen Baker
Mark Allen Baker is a former business executive (assistant to the president and CEO at General Electric/Genigraphics Corporation, now Microsoft PowerPoint) and entrepreneur. As a recognized author of twenty books—including such works as: The Fighting Times of Abe Attell; Battling Nelson, The Durable Dane; Title Town USA: Boxing in Upstate New York; Basketball History in Syracuse: Hoops Roots; Spies of Revolutionary Connecticut: From Benedict Arnold to Nathan Hale and Connecticut Families of the Revolution: American Forbears from Burr to Wolcott—and a historian, his expertise has been referenced in numerous periodicals, including USA TODAY, Sports Illustrated and Money. Baker has appeared on numerous radio and televisions shows, including serving as a co-host on Rock Collectors, a VH1 television series. The author also owns the largest private music image library on the East Coast.
Mark Allen Baker's last two books, both biographies, will be published by McFarland & Company.
The author can be contacted at: P.O. Box 782, Hebron, CT, 06248.
Awards and Recognition
- For Outstanding Preservation and Promotion of American History, Daughters of the American Revolution (2015); Lifetime Donor Membership National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum; Historian International Boxing Hall of Fame.