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Title: Thomas F. Baker Family

Dates: 1817-2008

Collection Number: MSS 11022

Quantity: 9 feet

Abstract: Consists of personal papers of Thomas F. Baker (1920-2005), Inez Schonert Baker and their family. Photographs, career and civic files, including newspaper clippings of Thomas Baker, long-time Bismarck City Auditor/City Coordinator, reflecting his work in budgeting, airport development, and city management as well as his civic involvement with local hospitals, YMCA, and campaigns. Tom and Inez were in the first class of graduates at Bismarck Junior College (now Bismarck State College [BSC]). Tom graduated from the University of North Dakota (UND), and Inez graduated from the North Dakota Agricultural College (NDAC). Tom served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Both Inez, an artist, and Tom, a photographer, were active in local art organizations. The photographs and negatives in the collection document the family, their ancestors, Bismarck, and Tom's travels during the war.

Provenance: The State Historical Society of North Dakota acquired the Thomas F. Baker Family Papers from Inez Baker in November 2008. Photographs and negatives were added to the collection in October 2009, transferred from the Bismarck Public Library. Emily Ergen prepared the inventory to the Thomas F. Baker Family Papers in October 2009.

Property Rights: The State Historical Society of North Dakota owns the property rights to this collection.

Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs. Researchers should consult the 1976 Copyright Act, Public Law 94-553, Title 17, U.S. Code or an archivist at this repository if clarification of copyright requirements is needed.

Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations of the State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Citation: Researchers are requested to cite the collection title, collection number, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota in all footnote and bibliographic references.

Related Collection: 00029-B Thomas Baker


Box 1:1 Abraham, Anne and Hilda (Wenz) (Hilda was granddaughter of John Satterlund; Anne was a distant relative of Inez), 1980 & n.d.
2 Andahl, Helmer, 1995
3 Arts Beat, 1990
4 Atkinson, Myron H., ca. 1955
5 Baker genealogy (Origin and History of the Name Baker with Biographies of All the Most Noted Persons of that Name), 1905
6 Baker, Clara (Johnson) (Mrs. Lyman) - correspondence (to Esther and Ethel; to Inez; to Anne; to and from Lillie; to Marguerite), and obituary, 1921-1972
7 Baker, Clara (Mrs. Lyman) - correspondence to Tom (and Inez), 1940-1972
8 Baker, Inez - biographical, certificates, contracts, correspondence (miscellaneous; to and from Edith Hughes; from parents; to grandparents), newspaper clippings, newsletter, 1922-1984
9 (Baker), Inez Schonert - correspondence to Tom Baker, 1943-1945
10 Baker, Inez - Bismarck Art & Galleries Association, 1983-1989
11 Baker, Inez - Bismarck Art & Galleries Association, 1990-2008
12 Baker, Inez - Bismarck Art Association, 1970-1981
13 Baker, Inez - Bismarck Folkfest, 1983
14 Baker, Inez - Bismarck Presbyterian Religious Arts Festival, 1970-1989
15 Baker, Inez - Capital A'fair flyer, 2004
16 Baker, John (will and genealogy), 1848 & n.d.
17 Baker, Joseph (print of silhouette, genealogical information, [copy of] marriage certificate, copy of page from Antiquarian Papers [Ipswich, Massachusetts, November 1881], and copy of page from unknown book), 1881-1930
18 Baker, Lucy Smith (needlework), n.d.
19 Baker, Lyman Ashbury, 1908-1920
20 Baker, Lyman A., 1921-1972
21 Baker, Lyman Ashbury, n.d.
22 Baker, Lyman A. - correspondence to Marguerite, 1947-1965
23 Baker, Lyman A. - correspondence to Tom (and Inez), 1942-1972
24 Baker, Lyman A. - correspondence to Tracey (Baker), 1969
25 Baker, Marguerite Agatha (Todd) (correspondence, writings, school records, Masonic certificate) - 1907-1970
26 Baker, Samuel and (his son) Baker, Samuel Hibbard (newspaper clipping, genealogical information, and extract from will), 1817-19-
27 Baker, Scott, 1976-1977
28 Baker, Susan (married Samuel Baker), 1889

Box 2:
1 Baker, Tom - art
2 Baker, Tom - biographical (baby book), 1920-1984
3 Baker, Tom - certificates, 1939-1998
4 Baker, Tom - Christmas cards (hand-made), 1950s-1990s
5 Baker, Tom - City Auditor-Coordinator, 1950s-1970s
6 Baker, Tom - City Auditor-Coordinator correspondence, 1953-1982
7 Baker, Tom - correspondence to grandparents, 1945
8 Baker, Tom - correspondence to Inez Schonert (Baker), 1942-1945 & 1974
9 Baker, Tom - correspondence to Lillie (last name unknown, friend of Clara [Mrs. Lyman A.] Baker), 1973-1978
10 Baker, Tom - correspondence to parents, 1942-1946 & 1971
11 Baker, Tom - correspondence to (and from) politicians, 1962-2003
12 Baker, Tom - correspondence to Scott, 1987
13 Baker, Tom - personal correspondence, 1939-2005
14 Baker, Tom - correspondence regarding professional references, 1947-1949
15 Baker, Tom - newspaper clippings & publications, 1963-2005
16 Baker, Tom - retirement, 1984
17 Baker, Tom - death, 2005
18 Baker, Tom - World War II and military service (also certificate for Veterans Administration loans, 1941-1954 ***NOTE: folder contains one USA 1869-75 10 Cents Fractional Currency note
19 Baker, Tom and Inez -correspondence, 1950-1997
20 Baker, Tom and Inez - correspondence to and from grandchildren, 1982-1991
21 Baker, Tom and Inez - correspondence to Tracey, 1972-2002
22 Baker, Tom and Inez - finances, 1993 & 2000
23 Baker, Tom and Inez - home mortgage, 1954
24 Baker, Tracy (birth announcement, correspondence, business card), 1973-1999
25 Baker, Walter A. and Margaret Emma (Sim) (Lyman's parents) (including correspondence to Lyman A.), 1882-1947
26 Baker, William (genealogical information)
27 Beatt family (Earl J., Zoe, and Earl Jr.), 1993-2005
28 Bismarck history and reminiscences by Tom Baker (airport, park system, "trivia personalities + events & interesting facts," Bismarck History following World War II, notes, Board of City Commissioners)
29 Bismarck (newspaper clippings and publications)
30 Bismarck Airport (and Air Mail) (SEE ALSO: Bismarck [history and reminiscences by Tom Baker] and Bismarck [newspaper clippings and publications]), 1950-1982
31 Bismarck Chamber of Commerce, 1965
32 Bismarck High School (with photographs), 1936-1989

Box 3:
1 Bismarck Junior College (Bismarck State College), 1940-2005
2 Board of Education, School Board, 2001
3 Bodnell, Flora - correspondence, n.d.
4 Bredy, Carl and Louise (also Bertha [Bredy] Leary and Marion Sitter [Bredy]), 1938, 1964 & 2006
5 Burleigh County (public works, County Commissioners, correspondence, county populations, Social Service Board Compensation, budgets, meeting minutes), 1977-1994
6 Buswell, Vesta - correspondence to Tom Baker, 1985 & 1988
7 Carter, Mrs. Jeannette E., 1984
8 Church (First Presbyterian), 1967 & 1987
9 Conley, Mary P. - correspondence to Tom, 1987-1991
10 Correspondence - unidentified writer and recipient, 1985, 1994 & n.d.
11 Craig, Minnie, 1975
12 Dawson, Mrs. J.E. (mother of Mrs. J. A. Larson), 1945 & 1956
13 Evensen Dodge Inc. (Tom Baker began as Vice President & Manager in 1984), 1984-1995
14 Gold Seal Company (publications), 1967 & 1981
15 Hildeer (Last name unknown) - correspondence to Tom Baker, 1973-1980
16 Horses, 1940-1947
17 Hospitals (includes photographs), 1975 & 2003
18 Ipswich, Massachusetts (books: Ipswich Antiquarian Papers, Ipswich River: Its Bridges, Wharves, and Industries, Dr. Dana's Hymns: Occasional and Textual Hymns, Old Ipswich in Verse: Gleanings from the Printed Page, and newspaper clippings, writing by Sarah Ann Treadwell), 1831-1923
19 Johnson, Bruce, 1960
20 Johnson family (Fran and Rick; Les and Norma; John and Mary; and others), 1887-2002
21 Kiwanis, n.d.
22 Larson family (Arnie and Dorothy; Carl; Charles; Clara A.; Ervin; Frank; Frank Arthur; Hattie May; John A.; Lester; Louis A.; Mabel; Marie; Marjorie; Mary; Richard; Robert J.; William; [Larson] Mitzel, Edna Mae), 1876-2002
23 League of North Dakota Municipalities (Tom Baker was president beginning in 1957-1958)
24 Lips, Evan E., 1966 & 2005
25 Mandan Art Association, art show programs, 1970-1978 & 1990
26 Moore, William Ernest and Millie Johnson Wood (includes photographs) (***Note: contains vital statistics and historical record with Millie Moore's social security number and death certificate for William), c. 1918-1993
27 Moore, Millie Johnson Wood - correspondence to and from Tom Baker (most are undated), 1973-1984
28 Morris, Robert A., 2002
29 Myers, C.J., Hazel and Dick - correspondence to and from Tom, newspaper clipping, 1942-1969
30 Newspaper clippings - miscellaneous
31 North Dakota Agricultural College (NDAC, now North Dakota State University, NDSU), 1942-1994
32 North Dakota League of Cities (Tom Baker was President from 1957-1958 and a committee member), 1972 & 1987
33 North Dakota Municipal Bond Bank, Advisory Committee minutes (Tom Baker was chairman), 2002
34 Packard, Frank E., 1961
35 Political campaigns, 1971 & 1998
36 Postcards (Huffman Pictures, Coffrin Studio, Miles City, Montana), 1907
37 Provident Life Insurance Co., 1976-1980
38 Register, Francis Roland "Pinky" (transcription of World War II diary), 1941-1942
39 Rubin, Caroline (daughter of Hilda Satterlund Wenz, granddaughter of John and Charlotte Satterlund) - correspondence, 1973-1996
40 Satterlund (Setterlund) family (Alfred; Emma; Erica Louise [Satterlund] Loffness; Erick; Florence D.; Hilda Satterlund Wenz; Johanna; John; Lulu; Mrs. Maria Elizabeth; Marie A. [Larson]), 1875-1996
41 Schonert family (Agnes Elizabeth; Agnes Mae; Esther Paul [Schonert] Schultz; George; Harry R. and Mabel (Larson); Henry; Joseph; Lois A. [Little]; Paul; Robert; Roy), 1910-1999
42 Scott, Harold G., 1974
43 Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (Valley of Bismarck-Mandan, Orient of North Dakota) and Shriners, 1943-2004
44 Sim, (Peter and Mary Jane [Steele] [parents of Margaret Emma Sim Baker]; Estelle B.),

Box 4:
1 Smith, Harriet and James A., 1991 & 2006
2 Social events (Bismarck), 1920 & 1976
3 Steele, John and Charlotte E., n.d.
4 Taylor, Adrian, n.d.
5 Todd, Mary L., 2005
6 University of North Dakota (UND), 1947-1948
7 Washburn, North Dakota, centennial,
8 Wedding, Tom and Inez Baker (September 6), 1946
9 Wedding Anniversary, 50th, Tom and Inez Baker
10 YMCA (Missouri Valley YMCA), 1987-1988
11 Lithographic print - Commanding Officer's Quarters, Fort Abraham Lincoln, Mandan, North Dakota, by Carrie Weiss (1987), "Friends of Dakota Territory, Fort Abraham Lincoln" ribbon attached (loose)

Box 5:
(loose) VHS - Tracey Baker and family, 1956-1957
(loose) VHS - North Dakota capitol burning
(loose) VHS - Interview with Evan Lips and Tom Baker, by Darrell Dorgan (raw footage
October 2, 2003)
(loose) Medcenter One Health Systems 2003 Robert H. Lundberg Award "Tom and Inez Baker," running time 12 minutes, produced by Medcenter One and Pro-Clips Video/Post Production
(loose) Photographic book - With the Eyes of the Seventh Photo Group… Now…It Can Be Told, 1945

Box 6:
(loose) Negatives - "Service negatives and miscellaneous portraits"

Box 7:
(loose) Slide box - miscellaneous family slides, 1940s-1960s
(loose) Box of color slides by Tom Baker
(loose) Box of photographs and negatives (a few slides) by Tom Baker

Box 8:
(loose) Photo box - Todd Family (Marguerite [Lyman Baker's sister]), 1915-
(loose) Photo album - Lyman A. Baker, c. early 1900s-1930s
(loose) Leather photo frame - two portraits of Tom Baker during World War II, 1940s
(loose) Photo Album - Clara and Lyman Baker, Tom as a baby, 1912-1928
(loose) Photo album in box - "L.A. Baker Family and Friends," 1910s-1960s
(loose) Photo album in box - "T.F. Baker U.S. Army Air Force," 1942-c. 1946
(loose) Photo album in box - "Study in Pictures," photographs of Tom Baker and Bismarck area, photographs of Europe (while serving in World War II), family members, 1900s-1955

Box 9:
(loose) Photo box - Lyman Baker family, prior to 1920
(loose) Photo box - Lyman Baker family, 1920 -
(loose) Photo box - Lyman Baker, after 1940
(loose) Photo box - Baker family, early, 1880s
(loose) Photo box - Sim family (also several Bakers), c. 1870s-1945
(loose) Photo box - "Harry Schonert family, 1915-" mostly of Inez and friends in college years, 1940s
(loose) Photograph - Bismarck Horse Club outing at the George Schunk cabin - Missouri River "bottoms" north of Bismarck, 1941
(loose) Photograph - Group - couple be Bismarck Horse Club outing, 194-
(loose) Photograph - "Stage Stops at 'Painted Woods' south of Washburn," gift from Tom Baker to Bismarck Public Library, 1946 (Came with October 22, 2009 accession from Bismarck Public Library)
(loose) Photograph - by D.F. Barry, taking census at Fort Yates, gift from Tom Baker to Bismarck Public Library (Came with October 22, 2009 accession from Bismarck Public Library), 1885?

Box 10:
(loose) Photo box - Tom Baker, the World War II years, 1940s
(loose) Photo box - Tom & Inez Baker family and friends, photos around Bismarck - 1930s-1990s
(loose) Photo box - Tom & Inez Baker family and friends, photos around Bismarck - 1930s-1990s
(loose) Rolled photograph - portrait of Pilot Squadron 68 Santa Ana Army Base February 3, 1943, Captain A. E. Brayson commanding
(loose) Rolled photo - Minneapolis ladies seated, men standing, H. Larson Studio (Minneapolis), 1929
1 Photographs - one of Inez Schonert, c. 1942 and one of Governor Lynn Frazier, 1921
2 Photographs and prints (from Bismarck Public Library October 22, 2009 accession), 1880s-1920s
3 Photographs and prints (continued) (from Bismarck Public Library October 22, 2009 accession), 1880s-1920s
4 Negatives - Bismarck area (from Bismarck Public Library October 22, 2009 accession)

OVERSIZE (in folder)
Certificate - Lyman A. Baker appointed Tax Commissioner of the State of North Dakota, August 9, 1934

Harriet Schonert Scrapbook, c. 1936-1960

Clara (Johnson) Baker scrapbook, 1940s

Photographs Inventory

11022-00001 Barge Hidatsa headed downstream 1918    
11022-00002 Boat Scarab at Pierre Bridge headed for St. Louis 1918    
11022-00003 Advance and Barge below Glasgow (Mont.) 1918    
11022-00004 Benton Packet Company landing, Washburn (N.D.) 1918     
11022-00005 Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railway drawbridge, Chamberlain (S.D.)    06/20/1918               
11022-00006 Captain Joe Leach of the Boat Scarab walking across the Chamberlain Bridge (S.D.) 06/20/1918          
11022-00007 U.S. Senate party in the Badlands near Medora (N.D.) 1928
11022-00008 Captain Joe Leach on Boat Scarab, Kansas City Missouri River Navigation Co. dock, Kansas City (Mo.) 06/29/1918          
11022-00009 Capitol Building, Jefferson City (Mo.)     07/01/1918                 
11022-00010 Boat Scarab cutting bank below Kansas City (Mo.) 07/01/1918            
11022-00011 Scarab moving through drawbridge at Kansas City (Mo.)    06/29/1918            
11022-00012 Cutting bank below St. Joseph (Mo.) on Scarab trip1918    
11022-00013 Scarab and Barge, Pierre (S.D.) 06/18/1918  
11022-00014 Wagon Bridge, Kansas City (Mo.) left draw 06/29/1918          
11022-00015 Expansion (N.D.) XX      
11022-00016 Boats in the Missouri River and on the landing, Bismarck (N.D.) XX      
11022-00017 U.S.S. Mandan in ice harbor, Big Sioux River, Sioux City, Iowa ca. 1910
11022-00018 Riverfront, Chamberlain (S.D.) 1909    
11022-00019 Mouth of the Cannonball River 1909    
11022-00020 Missouri River at Sanish (N.D.) XX      
11022-00021 Aerial view of Sanish (N.D.)  XX      
11022-00022 Old Settlers' Day, Hannaford (N.D.) ca. 1920
11022-00023 Man in an automobile ca. 1920
11022-00024 Wreck of Steamer General Terry, Omaha (Neb.) 06/10/1888
11022-00025 Steamer Helena, Wolf Point (Mont.)         ca. 1885
11022-00026 Missouri River Bridge construction, Yankton (S.D.) 01/1922 
11022-00027 Steamers Benton, Frayne, Washburn and a barge, Washburn (N.D.) XX
11022-00028 Bridge           XX      
11022-00029 W. J. Maulding in charge of revetment work along the Missouri River 01/28/1924
11022-00030 Guthrie-Riley & Co. freighting on the Missouri, Williston (N.D.)    XX
11022-00031 Freighting on the Missouri, Williston (N.D.)      1913
11022-00032 Elevator, Deapolis (N.D.) XX
11022-00033 Looking up the Missouri River at the west side below Mannhaven (N.D.) 11/1923 
11022-00034 Guthrie-Riley & Co. freighting on the Missouri River, Williston (N.D.) 1913
11022-00035 Dorothy T. equipped with 46 H.P. Wolverine XX      
11022-00036 Expansion at the Mannheim Elevator         XX      
11022-00037 Steamer F. Y. Batchelor on the Missouri River     XX      
11022-00038 Looking up river at Mannhaven (N.D.)       11/1923 
11022-00039 Steamer Expansion on a sandbar, Yellowstone River XX      
11022-00040 River Road warehouse and Northern Pacific Railroad Bridge, Bismarck (N.D.)       XX      
11022-00041 Towing on Missouri River, Bismarck (N.D.)  XX      
11022-00042 H. T. Ranch, Slope County (N.D.)  XX
11022-00043 Expansion Mercantile & Lumber Co. materials piled at the river bank XX      
11022-00044 Farmer with pigs XX      
11022-00045 Fort Benton (M.T.) ca. 1888
11022-00046 Panoramic view of Fort Benton (Mont.) XX
11022-00048 Transcontinental boaters, 3 men and a dog  10/1925 
11022-00049 Snake Mine, Hillsboro (N.Mex.)05/1909 
11022-00051 Mandan (N.D.) looking S.E.    ca. 1920
11022-00052 Reno Hill, Custer Battlefield, 10th anniversary   1886    
11022-00053 Steamer Washburn 1914
11022-00054 Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Pacific Railway Bridge, Chamberlain (S.D.)      06/20/1918     
11022-00055 Steamer J. N. Harbin  XX      
11022-00056 H. R. Lyon       XX      
11022-00057 Machine          XX      
11022-00058-01 Dakota Block, 3rd St. and Main Ave., Bismarck (N.D.)     1886
11022-00058-02 Close up of man in buggy in front of Dakota Block, Bismarck (N.D.) 1900-1910
11022-00058-03 Close up of Dakota Block, Bismarck (N.D.)  1900-1910
11022-00059-01 Three men stand outside the Lucas & O'Hara building, 4th St., Bismarck (N.D.)  1900-1910
11022-00059-02 Close up of three men stand outside the Lucas & O'Hara building, 4th St., Bismarck (N.D.) 1900-1910
11022-00060 Company barracks, Fort Lincoln, Bismarck (N.D.)   ca. 1905
11022-00061-01 Construction of officers' quarters, Fort Lincoln, Bismarck (N.D.)   ca. 1905
11022-00061-02 Close up of construction of officers' quarters, Fort Lincoln, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1905
11022-00061-03 Close up of construction of officers' quarters, Fort Lincoln (N.D.) ca. 1905
11022-00062 Northern Pacific Railroad Bridge, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1905
11022-00063 Original Capitol building, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1905
11022-00064 Former Governors' Mansion, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1905
11022-00065 First Presbyterian Church on Thayer Ave. E of 2nd St., Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00066 High School, Bismarck (N.D.)  ca. 1900
11022-00067 DeGraff Building at 3rd St. and Main Ave., Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00068 Bismarck Daily Tribune and Capital Bookstore, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00070 Bismarck Elevator Co. and Annex ca. 1900
11022-00071 Penitentiary, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00072 Warden's Residence, Penitentiary, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00073 Webb Brothers building, Main Ave. at 4th St., Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00074 Twine Plant, Penitentiary, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00075 Joseph Hare building, Main Ave between 3rd and 4th Sts., Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1900
11022-00076 Remington Drug Store interior, Bismarck (N.D.)    ca. 1900
11022-00077 Fraine Barracks and Bismarck Brewery       ca. 1900
11022-00078 Bismarck Fire Department crew outside Fire Hall in horse drawn wagon 1912
11022-00079 Portrait of a man in tweed coat and hat    XX      
11022-00080 Flood at Fort Benton Bridge over the Missouri River (Mont.) XX
11022-00081 "Afternoon Stables" C Troop, 8th Cavalry   ca. 1888
11022-00082 View of Fort Yates looking north taken from the hospital ca. 1888
11022-00083 Two three inch field pieces, Fort Yates (D.T.)    ca. 1888
11022-00084 Two soldiers walking with a dog along officers' row looking east toward the river, Fort Yates (D.T.) ca. 1888
11022-00085 C Troop starting on a practice march, Fort Yates (D.T.)  1881    
11022-00086 View of Fort Yates looking north from the hospital 1881    
11022-00087 Stone tower, Fort Yates (N.D.) XX      
11022-00088 Old Blockhouse now used as magazine, Fort Yates ca. 1888
11022-00089 Wagon train leaving Fort Yates on a practice march 1881    
11022-00090 Wreck of Steamer Terry showing Northern Pacific Railroad Bridge, Omaha (Neb.)    06/30/1888          
11022-00091 Coal Banks Landing, Upper Missouri River (M.T.)   1879    
11022-00092 Road construction, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1960
11022-00093 Road construction, Airport Rd., Bismarck (N.D.)   ca. 1960
11022-00094 Road construction, Airport Rd., Bismarck (N.D.)   ca. 1960
11022-00095 Night scene on Highway 83, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1960
11022-00096 Northern Pacific Depot, Bismarck (N.D.)    ca. 1965
11022-00097 Thayer and Mandan St. looking east, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1965
11022-00098 Bismarck Hospital entrance    ca. 1965
11022-00099 Quain & Ramstad Clinic, Bismarck (N.D.)    ca. 1965
11022-00100 Bismarck community leaders meeting ca. 1965
11022-00101 Bismarck community leaders meeting ca. 1965
11022-00102 Water Treatment Facility, Bismarck (N.D.) ca. 1960

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