Anna Bartlett Dwight Baker correspondence, 1891-1897
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Contains correspondence of Anna Bartlett Dwight Baker dated December 4, 1891 to March 24, 1897 in Versailles and New York. Letters concern Anna's travels around the world and gratitude for gifts from Anna.
- Other: 1891-1897
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Anna Bartlett Dwight Baker (b. 1826) was the wife of Charles Taintor Baker and mother to Anna Dwight Baker Weir.
Anna was born on July 5, 1826 in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts to Jonathan Dwight and Anna Dwight. On December 3, 1851 Anna married Charles Taintor Baker in Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts. Anna had three children Ella (born 1852), Cora (born 1858) and Anna (born 1862) Anna died in 1899.
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