Guy Stanton Ford Biography
Guy Stanton Ford (May 9, 1873–December 29, 1962) received is PhD from Columbia in 1903 and taught at Yale (1901–06), University of Illinois (1906–13), and the University of Minnesota (1913–41). He was the author of Stein and the Era of Reform in Prussia, 1807–15 (1922). After his presidency, he went on to serve as executive secretary of the American Historical Association and editor of the American Historical Review from 1941–53.
Essays in American history, dedicated to Frederick Jackson Turner. New York: H. Holt and Company, 1910.
War cyclopedia: a handbook for ready reference on the great war. Ed. by Frederic L. Paxson, University of Wisconsin, Edward S. Corwin, Princeton University, Samuel B. Harding, Indiana University. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1918.
Stein and the era of reform in Prussia, 1807-1815, by Guy Stanton Ford. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1922.
Compton's pictured encyclopedia. 10 vols. Chicago: F. E. Compton & Company, 1924.
The European powers and the Near East, 1875-1908, by Mason Whiting Tyler. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1925.
Science and civilization, by Guy Stanton Ford. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1933.
Dictatorship in the modern world, edited by Guy Stanton Ford. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota press, 1935.
Stein and the era of reform in Prussia, 1807-1815. Gloucester, Mass.: P. Smith, 1965, 1922.
Hanover and Prussia, 1795-1803; a study in neutrality. New York: AMS Press, 1967.