|Title||Iona and Clarence (Bitzer) Baker and their farm house, Andrews, Indiana, ca. 1913|
Postcard addressed to Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Bitzer in Andrews, Indiana. The message reads: "Nov. 28, 1913 / You can hang this picture where the rats and mice bother and scare them away / Clarence & Iona." Also handwritten on the back is: "Farm house of Iona & Clarence Baker."
Research reveals that this is Clarence Edward Baker (1884-1963) and his wife Iona Mary (Bitzer) Baker (1886-1963) on their farm east of Andrews in Polk Township in Huntington County. Clarence is listed as a farmer with 80 acres in the 1911 Huntington County directory. The Bakers house was located on CR 100 S, on the southwest corner of CR 100 S and 950 W.
|Place||W CR 100 S, Andrews, Huntington County, Indiana, United States|
|Year Range Begin||1912|
|Year Range End||1913|
Huntington County (Ind.)
|Collection Name||Joan Hostetler Collection|
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