Baker Museum

Baker Museum


Photo Collection


BAKER MUSEUM

(Eleven photographs and no negatives of artifacts in the museum.)

Pix # Date of Pix Size of Pix No. of Pix Kind of image Negative

1 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of the Baker Museum.

2 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of the hand carved eves, posts, and window frames. Although these shingles are replacements, they are exact replicas.

3 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of the front porch. The bricks on the bottom are the originals.

4 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

A view of back of the Cushman-Slaughter house. Although it has seen some minor repairs and hundreds of gallons of paint, the majority of the work and the materials are original.

5 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of the front of the general store. This and many of the outbuildings were built by the carpenters local and a local boys’ club. All of the outbuildings have many antiques as well as some important artifacts of local culture.

6 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of one of the original fireplaces in the house (one of four). All of the decorative touches were painstakingly done. If viewed just right, the carved section at the top is at an angle. The metal at the bottom was hand molded and shaped. Actually, it comes from a mold and each of the four fireplaces have a different design. This one was in Dr. Cushman’s examining room.

7 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of a more elaborately carved fireplace which was in one of the family rooms.

8 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of an armoire with some clothes in it.

9 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

Switchboard which was located in the store. The operator took calls and waited on customers.

10 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of a weaving machine.

11 1990s 5x7 1 B&W print none

View of an old gasoline pump.



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