In 1850 he established Baldwin, Baxter and Company, an import business of woolen goods.
During the Civil War he was an active member of the Ward 11 Boston Soldiers' Relief Commission which was dedicated to providing relief to the families and soldiers of the Army of the Potomac.
(Explaining a tuxedo worn in the office: “It’s after six. ”) His performance has been widely recognized: last year, he won a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award, and was nominated for an Emmy.
This year, he received the same three nominations: he won the Award, and on September 21st he will learn if he has won an Emmy.
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Quantity: 1 collection (.35 linear feet (1 box)Abstract: William Henry Baldwin was a Boston philanthropist who was the president of the Boston Young Men's Christian Union from 1868 to 1907.Baldwin, who stars in “30 Rock,” the NBC sitcom that has revived his career and done nothing to lift his spirits, has the unbending, straight-armed gait of someone trying to prevent clothes from rubbing against sunburned skin.He is fifty years old, divorced, and lives alone in an old white farmhouse in the Hamptons and an apartment on Central Park West—feeling thwarted, if not quite persecuted.All of these photos will be showcased in The Education Center at The Wall on the National Mall in Washington, D. To learn more about the effort to collect these photos and ensure their faces will never be forgotten, visit We must never forget the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Help us build the Education Center at The Wall so their legacies are never forgotten.He cares about classical music; he began to take an interest in his twenties. ”Alec Baldwin once wrote a screenplay for a Western, derived from “The Fastest Gun Alive.” He and his three younger brothers—Daniel, Billy, and Stephen, all of whom have had acting careers in film and television—were to portray a family of unnaturally skilled gunfighters.(Perhaps not surprisingly, he adores Mahler and can’t quite see the point of Mozart.) “To sit there in the studio and just say”—a rich radio voice—“ ‘And now Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. As Billy Baldwin, who appears in “Dirty Sexy Money,” the ABC drama, recently recalled, “Basically, it was: Daniel’s the outlaw; I’m the riverboat gambler who gets all the pussy, the shallow, good-looking sap; Stephen’s the village idiot; and he’s the fucking hero!Baldwin was wearing hunting gear—a bright-orange vest and camouflage pants—and this disguised him; throughout his career, he has typically been seen in fitted suits that signal a menacing delight in the exercise of power—perhaps most famously in “Glengarry Glen Ross,” which he made when he was thirty-three.(“Third prize is: You’re fired.”) Today, he was playing the owner of a suburban property business, a man in a troubled marriage.I’m a pastry chef now; I’m not the big chef at the big restaurant.I’m not Daniel”—a brief pause, then he jutted out his lips in a way that was familiar from his movies, and almost shouted the next word—““I always think, What if you just took your hand off the wheel, and slowly, over time, it all went away, and your life became about, you know, ‘Is the mail here yet?