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- Family Names is exactly "Baker"
According to an October 1, 1902 article in the Chester Times, this reunion was in celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Baker, "two of Edgmont township's eldest and most venerable people…'Uncle Ed,' as he is familiarly…
Date: 1908 (circa)
A gathering either before or after a baseball game. This photo had been marked “Unknown.” Large thermometer labeled "Ball & Rhodes, Media Pa." laying horizontally near steps. Two men sitting on steps and man at top of steps wearing ribbons that…
Address: 323 W. State St., Media (Pa.)
Date: 1891 (circa)
Baker was the wife of James W. Baker, pictured at AP-5051.
Gradyville 3 or 4 generations of ball players, Joseph Pratt, ___ Pratt, ___Pratt, E. D. Baker, J. R. Baker.
Ribbons read: 36th Anniversary of Howellville Base Ball Club, June 8, 1902. Edward. D. Baker is second from left; see him with his violin in AP-8258. Jesse R. Baker, his son, is at far right. Howellville was an early name for the Gradyville section…
Location: Media (Pa.)
Collage of six portraits: Dr. George Smith (1854-1855); Charles W. Deans (1855-1863); James W. McCracken (1863-1868); James W. Baker (1868-1878); Albert B. Stewart (1878-1887); A. G. C. Smith, (1887- ). Individual images for each are included in…