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Baker Hotels

This is a list of hotels that were either owned, leased or managed by the Baker family, the Baker Hotel Company, or the Baker Corporation. It is probably not complete. If you would like to share an image related to one of these hotels, I would be happy to post it.

The Baker Corporation

"Answering Questions about the Baker Corp. 7% Cumulative preferred Stock Participating up to 9%."

"The net assets of the Baker Corporation, which consist of the capital stock of the companies operating the Baker Hotel, Dallas; the Texas Hotel, Fort Worth; the Stephen F. Austin Hotel, Austin; the Gunter and the Menger Hotels, San Antonio, ...." (2 Nov 1928)

The Baker Hotel in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA

"New ... nice ... and sensibly priced guest rooms" (3 Sep 1967)

Post card of the Baker Hotel in Dallas.

The Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto County, Texas, USA

"YOU can spend your vacation at THE BAKER HOTEL in Mineral Wells for as low as $30.00 a week...." "Come to The Baker for the REST of your life . . ." (31 Jul 1938)

"The Baker Hotel - World Famous Health Resort - Mineral Waters & Therapeutic Baths - Bakerwell Health Plan including room, meals, baths, massages, from $35.00 a week." (18 May 1939)

"Laundry List" from "The Baker" with prices for cleaning things like "Union Suits - Light - $25." (unknown date)

"Auction - An Outstanding Achievement in Vacation and Health Resorts - The Dominant, 12 Story, Air Conditioned Baker Hotel" (26 Jul 1963)

"Gala Opening Set For the Baker Hotel" - "The Baker Hotel opens tonight after a two-year closedown." (18 Jun 1965)

The Edson Hotel in Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas, USA

The Galvez Hotel in Galveston, Galveston County, Texas, USA

"Low Winter Rates Now in Effect ..." "The Galvez Hotel is a unit of the Baker Hotel System, which operate Hotels throughout Texas, and are known for their alertness to ever serve their guests with the best of everything." (27 Feb 1929)

The Goodhue Hotel in Port Arthur, Texas, USA

"Goodhue Hotel to Open - The doors of The Goodhue, a Baker Hotel, will be thrown open to the public for inspection Thursday evening, August 22nd, at 7 o'clock" (21 Aug 1929)

"Just a Few Reasons Why The Goodhue Hotel has such a wonderful reputation for serving good food. It is a Baker hotel of which there are ten in Texas." (29 Sep 1929)

The Goodlander Hotel in Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas, USA

The Gunter Hotel in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA

"The Gunter Has Solved the Saturday Afternoon Problem" (22 Jan 1918)

An Even Temperature of 73° Always Maintained" "San Antonio offers no finer eating  place than the new Gunter "Caveteria." (23 Sep 1929)


The Menger Hotel in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA

"The Menger - For More Than Fifty Years the Home of the Army" "Known Throughout the Land for Its Table" "A Dinner - Any Meal - at the Menger Is Different - and, Oh, So Good!" (22 Jan 1918)

San Luis Hotel in Galveston, Galveston County, Texas, USA

"Will an Annual Cash Distribution of Over One Million and a Half Dollars ($1,820,347.50) And Work for 310 People Mean Anything to Galveston?" (11 Apr 1928)

The St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA

"Every Afternoon 4 to 6 Is the Daily Delight On Society's Calendar - Hawaiian Tea at the St. Anthony" (22 Jan 1918)

The Stephen F. Austin Hotel in Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA

The Sterling Hotel in Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA

The Texas Hotel in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA

The Thomas Jefferson Hotel in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA

Please Note: I am not related to the Baker family. I simply bought Myla BAKER's passport in an antique store then created a web page about it.

Last updated: July 18, 2016

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