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Baker family

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Works: 1,107 works in 1,326 publications in 1 language and 5,787 library holdings
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by Ray Jerome Baker ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Memoirs; chapters of an autobiography; diaries; writings on photography, Hawaiian history, and biographical sketches of Hawaiian photographers; school and lecture notes; travel notes and reports; and genealogy; together with Baker family letters, diaries, photos, and other papers, and history, directory, and reports of Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club
Lighthouse records collection ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Records of five lighthouses located in Buzzards Bay off southern Massachusetts near New Bedford. Includes correspondence, diaries, and account books of Amos Crowell Baker, Jr. (1839-1911) who first served as keeper at Clark's Point Light (constructed 1799) and then fulfilled the same role (1898-1911) at Butler's Flats (erected 1898); historical sketches, plans, and notes by Baker relating to the construction of Butler's Flats Light; and biographical sketches, programs, and other materials of the Baker family. Records of Cuttyhunk Light (built 1823 on Cuttyhunk Island, one of the Elizabeth Islands at the entrance to Buzzards Bay) consist of journals (1864-1888); financial records; reports of shipwrecks and disasters (1866-1872); and correspondence, diaries, tax records, and other materials, of the keeper S. Austin Smith (1817-1889) reflecting daily activities at the lighthouse and also his life afterwards as a farmer in New Bedford, Mass. Also includes journals, account books, and other records of Clark Point, Dumpling Rock, and Palmer Island lighthouses
Collection of papers by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Ledgers of Archelaus and Isaac D. Baker, of Dennis, Mass., reflecting entries for store bills and port charges of schooner Cohasset (freighter); accounts of cranberry bog operations on Cape Cod; personal expenditures; records of wages paid to family members working as crew members on a number of vessels; schedule of properties distributed to Tamar P. Baker, widow of Joseph K. Baker, of Dennisport, Mass., and their children, and record of expenditures presented for submission to Barnstable County Probate Court (ca. 1871-1879); deeds (1854) of Erastus, Peter, Jr. (traders), and Obed Baker, 2nd to George W. Richardson (cordwainer), all of Dennis; abstracts of title of Richardson to land conveyed to the U.S., for a lighthouse site at Bass River, Mass.; and land records of other family members
by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Chiefly correspondence of Martin Baker, Sr. (d. 1821) and Martin Baker, Jr. (d. 1836) discussing family and local news, including discussions of slaves and freedmen, and especially illnesses and deaths of family slaves, and later family letters discussing the Civil War, black office-seekers during Reconstruction, and the physical abuse of a relative by her husband; together with business and legal papers of Martin Baker, Jr., including account book (1818-1833) with Farmers Bank of Virginia, papers concerning the estates of both Martin Baker, Sr. and Jr., land surveys, and genealogical material on the Baker and related Mills, Omohundro, Quarles, and Swift families
by Winsor family ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Correspondence, deeds, receipts, estate papers, inventories, bills, receipts, and other papers of the Winsors and members of the Baker, Hawkins, and Marsh families, also of Rhode Island, who were probably related to the Winsors. Subjects include the opening of the Johnston public schools, marriages performed by Samuel Winsor (1722-1803), Baptist clergyman, of Johnston; transactions of lands in Smithfield, Johnston, and Glocester; James Ballou's peddling with P.T. Barnum's traveling museum; and Olney Winsor's (1753-1837) advice to his daughter, Susan (1789-1879), at a boarding school in Hartford, Conn
by John Hopkins Baker ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Ships' papers of fishing vessels commanded by Baker, including schooners Elizabeth, Naiad Queen, Roxana, and William H. Dewitt, containing captain's and crew accounts, records of sales, and other papers, reflecting his involvement in the mackerel fisheries; correspondence, labor records, and financial papers pertaining to his cranberry business in Westport, including information on sales to New York, N.Y.; and personal and financial papers of Baker, his wife, Abby Hopkins Baker, and their children, relating to daily activities and family affairs. Includes materials pertaining to Westport, Mass., School District No. 5
The families of Bailey Baker and Baker Gabb, Abergavenny: a memoir by Richard Baker Gabb ( Book )
1 edition published in 1903 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
ca. 1946 by Edwin David Davis ( )
1 edition published in 1946 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Primarily typescripts relating to Macon County, Illinois, history: bridges, roads, mills and Abraham Lincoln. Also includes typescripts of letters (1829-1877) of the William D. Baker family, photostats of 1830 Macon County census, lists of school children, a map and a 1946 radio script on Macon County by May Lantz
Baker family papers by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
A collection of letters written by Captain Abishai Alden Baker to his wife. Captain Baker was in Lexington, Kentucky, and his wife was back home in Colchester, Connecticut. The final letter, in 1839, informs Mrs. Baker of her husband's death. Also included are Baker family deeds for land in Colchester
Baker family papers by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two diaries of Andrew Baker of West Dryden, New York, 1871-79, with comments on the local Methodist church and agricultural meetings in Ithaca, New York; a few personal letters; minutes and bylaws from a meeting held in 1874 to organize a chapter of the Y.M.C.A.; minutes of a Farmers Institute meeting in Ithaca, 1878; photographs, bills, and inventories. Also, items collected by Andrew Alvord Baker while serving with a Cornell University contingent of the American Ambulance Field Service in France and Italy during World War I
Baker-Ellis family papers ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence of the Baker and Ellis families, together with two account books for the grain and feed company H.C. Ellis & Co. Letters from 1848-1894 are entirely from the Baker family, beginning with those of George H. Baker. Beginning in 1870, correspondence becomes primarily that of his son, Charles Baker, and his wife, Dora Burtchaell Baker; correspondents include Dora's sisters and mother, and a friend, Mary Brainerd, as well as Charles's father and sister. There is a significant number of letters between Dora and Charles, as work or family matters intermittently separate them. The collection also includes letters from Dora's brother, Bart Burtchaell, written while he was a soldier in the Philippine-American War. Ellis family correspondence begins in 1900, with letters to Harry Ellis filed together with letters to Dora Baker and her daughter Amie. Ellis correspondence consists primarily of letters to Harry from his friends, parents, and sister Ruth, and a few letters by Harry himself. There are also several letters from the 1906 earthquake and fire. A small amount of ephemera, including cabinet cards and cartes-de-visite, receipts, and photographs are interspersed with the correspondence
Papers of the Baker family by Baker family ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection documents members of the Cape Cod family descended from Francis Baker (1611-1696) and Isabel Twining. The bulk of the collection documents descendants of Francis' son Nathaniel B. Baker (1642-1691): Judah Baker (1705-1794), Judah Baker (1742-1810), and Judah Baker (1771-1830), and chiefly consists of legal documents, including 18th and early 19th century deeds of conveyance for real estate in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, bills of sale, and wills. The collection also contains personal correspondence and financial records including bills, accounts, and receipts. Topics documented include property in Yarmouth and Dennis, Massachusetts, early 19th century shipping, family life, women, material culture, and schooling
Baker Family Pack Trip photographs by Baker Family ( )
1 edition published in 1938 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection contains a compact disc containing images of photographs taken on a pack trip by the Baker family in 1938. Wilderness scenes with and without the horses are included as well as several copies of images from the CD identified as Katherine Baker, Evelyn, Bill Smith, and the Targhee National Forest
Christopher Wright deed from Charles Baker, et al by Christopher Wright ( )
1 edition published in 1863 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Deed of land from Charles Baker and the Baker family to Christopher Wright, of Portland, Me
Papers by Archibald Woods ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
There are also letters of members of the Baker and Morgan families of Fauquier County, Va. and Wheeling, W. Va. which concern life in St. Louis, Mo. during the 1840's
by Stedman family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, account books, diaries, bookkeeping records, books, greeting cards, catalogs, photographs, clippings, drawings, essays, ledgers, letterheads, deeds, receipts, and other papers, of Thomas Stedman, his son, William, William's wife, Maria (Baker) Stedman, their son, Martin Van Buren Stedman, his wife, Maria (Baker) Stedman, their son, Marshall and his wife, Libbie (Miner) Stedman, their daughter Eloise and her husband, Charles Myers, and the related families of Myers, Miner, Heath, Baker, Thompson, Harmon, and Cone. Subjects include the family business, M.W. Stedman Rake Co., started by William Stedman in 1827, manufacturers of rakes and other agricultural implements; social life in Berkshire County; Berkshire Garden Club; charcoal industry; herbs; the town of Tyringham, Mass.; Metropolitan Museum of Art; and the involvement of the Miner family in the breeding of American Jersey cattle
Wallace family papers by Wallace family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondence, financial records, deeds, leases, mortgages, wills, maps, genealogical materials, and other papers of members of the Wallace family and related families of Baker, Banks, Brick, Chew, Cook, Curry, Finley, Garrison, Green, Harbison, Kille, Lambson, Linch, Lockart, Reeve, Scull, Sharp, Sterling, Tuft, Willits, and Wright
Family histories by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Typewritten biographies, letters, diaries and genealogy sheets relating to the Baker family, converts to Mormonism and settlers of Southern Utah
Lists of deeds, acts of Parliament, books, vouchers, maps and plans [deposited in the Department of Palaeography and Diplomatic, University of Durham] by Baker family ( Book )
1 edition published in 1971 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers of the Baker and related Beard and Beaver families by Baker family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The collection details the farming activities of this Shenandoah Valley family. Of interest are a 1764 land grant for 96 acres in Augusta County, Va.; a farm journal, 1836-1869, of Samuel Baker; a letter in German, 1838, regarding a funeral oration; a Virginia militia commission signed by John Letcher; and an 1861 muster roll
 
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