Anna (Anderson) Baker Interview
Suncadia (Resort), Suncadia Fund for Community Enhancement
Anna (Anderson) Baker (b. 1904) describes her childhood, touching on Fowler Creek School, spinning, soap making, canning, medicinal remedies, and blacksmithing. She describes life with her husband, Tom, who worked for the Northwestern Improvement Company and U.S. Forest Service. While married to Tom, Anna also worked as a cook for the Forest Service, as she explains in the interview. Baker also speaks about Lake Kachess, where she lived in the 1950s.
The cover image depicts Kachess Lake from Kachess Lodge in upper Kittitas County, Washington, circa 1900.
Baker, Anna Anderson, "Anna (Anderson) Baker Interview" (1992). Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ronald Oral History Interviews. 4.
Oral history, Coal mining, Northwestern Improvement Company
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