Arthur Walworth

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Arthur Walworth (July 9, 1903 – January 10, 2005) is most noted as a biographer of Woodrow Wilson. He was born in Newton, Massachusetts. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography for Woodrow Wilson, Volume I: American Prophet.[1]

He also wrote about China and Japan. He taught at the Yali School of Changsha in 1925 and was a Senior Bachelor of the Yale's China group.[2] In 1966 he wrote a book on Commodore Matthew Perry's expedition.[3]

He never married or had children, but he was survived by a sister. He died in Needham, Massachusetts.

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