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William L. BAKER

Mount Pleasant - Sioux Falls Cemetery
Minnehaha County,
South Dakota

BAKER, WILLIAM L., was born in Madison County, New York April 9, 1860; was educated in the public and normal schools and was graduated from the Rochester University, Rochester, New York, in 1885; came to Sioux Falls in the fall of 1885, spent the winter in Chicago, returned the following spring, and was employed for one year and a half in the German Loan & Trust Company’s office; from October, 18 seven, until January, 1889, was cashier of the First National Bank of Parker, in Turner County; in January, 1889, became cashier of the Minnehaha National Bank of Sioux Falls, which position he still holds. Mr. Baker is a social gentleman and has a large circle of friends. He belongs to the Masonic orders in the city, and has been honored with official positions by the bodies to which he belongs. He is kind, obliging neighbor, and an esteemed citizen.

History of Minnehaha County South Dakota
D.R. Bailey 1899, page 438

Contributed on 5/6/10 by jackpotcook2
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Submitted: 5/6/10 • Approved: 12/7/15 • Last Updated: 12/10/15 • R55980-G0-S3

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