Richard Langton Baker

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Richard Langton Baker
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Member of Parliament
for Toronto Northeast
In office
1925 – 1926
Preceded by riding was created in 1924 from parts of Toronto North and York South
Succeeded by Newton Manly Young
Member of Parliament
for Eglinton
In office
1930 – 1935
Preceded by Newton Manly Young
Succeeded by electoral district was abolished in 1933 when it was redistributed between Eglinton, Rosedale, Spadina and St. Paul's
In office
1935 – 1940
Preceded by riding was created in 1933 from parts of Toronto Northeast riding
Succeeded by Frederick George Hoblitzell
Personal details
Born May 14, 1870
Strathroy, Ontario, Canada
Died January 3, 1951
Political party Conservative
Profession manufacturer

Richard Langton Baker (May 14, 1870 in Strathroy, Ontario, Canada – January 3, 1951) was a Canadian politician. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1925 as a Member of the historical Conservative Party in the riding of Toronto Northeast. He was defeated in the same riding in 1926, but, won again in 1930. He was elected in the riding of Eglinton in 1935 and defeated in 1940 as a member of the National Government coalition.

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