The marker reads: "ANN I. BAKER (1873-1931) Born in Kansas, Ann Baker came to Paducah in 1899 to work for her father, Henry Baker, at Ayer~Lord Tie Co. (railroad crossties). She retired from there, 1930. Marine Ways named a boat, A.I Baker, for her. Organized Paducah Business and Professional Women's Club, 1920. Baker was elected president and served three years in that office. Presented by Paducah BPW Club. 2004 KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 2137" Top of sign: Seal of Kentucky: Commonwealth of Kentucky United We Stand Divided We Fall
37 deg 5' 12.91", 88 deg 35' 39.99"
Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida –Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida – Jacksonville; Historic markers; McCracken County (Ky.); Paducah (Ky.)