Wildes, Harry Emerson, 1890-1982Alternative names
Harry Emerson Wildes (1890-1982) was an American clergyman, historian, author and teacher. Among his best-known works are biographies of William Penn, George Fox and Anthony Wayne. As a political advisor to the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers he contributed to the drafting of the Japanese Constitution after World War II.
From the guide to the Harry Emerson Wildes Collection, 1941-1961, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries)
- Historians--United States
- Biographers--United States
- Clergy as authors