Artifact #: 9188.8.131.52
Title: Bakerville and Personal Interviews with Mr. George W. Jones
Description: Written interviews with Mr. George W. Jones, a blacksmith located in Bakerville. Includes photographs of Mr. Jones.
Artifact #: 982.140.1
Title: Remembrances of Bakerville
Description: Written transcript of the Remembrances of Bakerville from a taped interview. Interviews include stories from: Mrs. Isabelle Sheffield Covington, Mrs. Ethel Jones Bartholomew, Mr. William Phillips, and Mrs. Leona Lewis Pederson. Link below is for the transcript. Tape is available electronically at NHHS.
Artifact #: 2000.1.129.E
Title: West Hill Road
Description: West Hill Road in Bakerville
Artifact #: 2000.1.129.F.1-4
Title: Bakerville Center & Tannery Building
Description: View of Bakerville Center with Tannery on left. (Tannery no longer in existence.) Artifact has a second copy of the same photograph.
Artifact #: 2000.182.5.101
Title: Rankin Studios, School of Applied Arts, Bakerville, Conn.
Description: House built circa 1820. Owners: Leonard Rankin [Rankin Studios, School of Applied Arts] (1933); Selma & Lindsey Keane (1967); Peter & Sally O’Brien (1977). House was also used as a blacksmith shop by Rudy Goldbeck.
Artifact #: 2000.182.5.102
Title: Blue Door, Bakerville, Conn.
Description: Owners: Stephen & Delia Dunn (1978); Charles & Deborah Coe; Steve & Virginia Minihan (1980). Colonial Farm house used as a summer guest house in later years.
Artifact #: 2010.299.9.21
Title: Bakerville Art Association
Description: Paintings by Faith Ramsay and Memorial Exhibition for Brunel Frederick August 23 to September 6, inclusive The Ballinger Studio at Bakerville.
Artifact #: 2010.299.9.22
Title: Bakerville Looks Back on Two Centuries of Colorful History – Hamlet’s Pioneers Turned Wilderness Into Busy Mill Town
Description: Article reviews history of Bakerville: first settlers, first Baker family, diverse industries, Indian lore, educational center and Tick Tock Hollow nickname.
Artifact #: 2010.299.9.27
Title: 19th Century Mill Offers Glimpses of the Past
Artifact #: 2010.299.9.30
Title: View from the house of Edgar A. Clarke.
Description: View of Bakerville center.
Artifact #: 2012.1.19
Title: News article reviewing Bakerville history
Description: Discusses Bakersville location, town attracted clock makers and other industry. Mentions the brick school, Colonel Woodruff Lewis, George Jones the Blacksmith and the post office kept by Edgar A. Clarke.