Theodore Anderson Baldwin, Jr.
Colonel, United States Air Force
of Paula Lucy Delosh: November
Theodore Anderson Baldwin, Jr. the son of Theodre Anderson Baldwin, Brigadier General, United States Army, was born on 1 August 1878 at Montana Territory. He first saw military service in the Spanish-American War where he was wounded in Cuba while accompanying his Father there.
He was commissioned in the Army Air Service in 1907 after graduating from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was considered an aviation pioneer and served as a pilot in lighter-tna-air craft. He served in the Air Section of the the Army Signal Corps during World War I and commanded Orly Field at the end of the war.
He was married to Agnes Judge of Salt Lake City, Utah, and was the father of Theodore Anderson Baldwin III, Elizabeth F. Gray and Richard H. Baldwin. He lives at frequent intervals in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Colonel Baldwin retired after serving for 30
years in the Army Air Corps and died of a heart attack in New York City
on 1 December 1957.
BALDWIN, AGNES JUDGE