[Jo Ann Andera with Claudia Ball and O. T. Baker at Opening Ceremony]

[Jo Ann Andera with Claudia Ball and O. T. Baker at Opening Ceremony]

Date: August 1, 1991
Creator: Informedia
Description: Photograph of festival director Jo Ann Andera with former directors Claudia Ball and O. T. Baker at the opening ceremony of the 20th annual Texas Folklife Festival. Wearing a homemade crown with purple and white flowers, Andera is standing in between the former directors with Ball on the left and Baker on the right. Several festival participants, some holding balloons, are visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O. T. Baker Preparing the Smokehouse]

[O. T. Baker Preparing the Smokehouse]

Date: [1986-07-31..1986-08-03]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of O. T. Baker preparing food to be smoked at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. O. T. stands behind a wooden table covered in ingredients like cacti, onions and potatoes. He wears a cowboy hat, a white shirt with a floral design, and a long necklace made of red beads and animal teeth.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O.T. Baker Speaking to Woman at Smokehouse]

[O.T. Baker Speaking to Woman at Smokehouse]

Date: [1985-08-01..1985-08-04]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of O.T. Baker speaking to a female festival visitor while sitting behind the Smokehouse booth at the Texas Folklife Festival. Baker is wearing a blue shirt and a tan cowboy hat, and is sitting at the corner of the booth on the right side of the photograph. He is speaking to a woman outside the booth on the left. She is grabbing a small wicker basket and looking inside of it. In the left foreground some small squash are on the booth's counter and some are in a wicker basket. In the background other festival visitors and other booths are visible.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines Serenading O. T. Baker]

[Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines Serenading O. T. Baker]

Date: [1998-08-06..1998-08-09]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines serenading O. T. Baker at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. The singers are standing in a group facing a man, O. T. Baker, and another member of the chorus. Other people and different booths from the festival are visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines Serenading O. T. Baker]

[Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines Serenading O. T. Baker]

Date: [1998-08-06..1998-08-09]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Fiesta City Chorus of Sweet Adelines serenading O. T. Baker at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio, Texas. The singers are standing in a group facing a man, O. T. Baker, and another member of the chorus. Other people and different booths from the festival are visible in the background.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O. T. Baker at Smokehouse]

[O. T. Baker at Smokehouse]

Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of O. T. Baker at smokehouse at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is wearing a straw cowboy hat, brow-line glasses and a plaid shirt. His head is turned to the right and he is smiling. Behind him is a wooden shack with animal skins and a cow skull hanging on it.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O. T. Baker Speaking to Festival Visitors]

[O. T. Baker Speaking to Festival Visitors]

Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of O. T. Baker at smokehouse speaking to festival visitors at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is holding the jawbone of some animal and is standing in front of a wooden shack that has a couple of cow skulls hanging on it. A sign on the shack says, "O. T. Baker, Smokehouse, Austin."
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O.T. Baker Speaking to Festival Visitors at Smokehouse]

[O.T. Baker Speaking to Festival Visitors at Smokehouse]

Date: [1977-08-04..1977-08-07]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of O. T. Baker speaking with festival visitors at the smokehouse at the Texas Folklife Festival. He is on the left, wearing a floral-patterned shirt, plaid pants, a cowboy hat, and black-framed glasses. The male and female visitors he is talking to are on the right. Directly behind him is a wooden shack where a raccoon skin and a cow skull are hanging.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O.T. Baker]

[O.T. Baker]

Date: [1978-08-03..1978-08-06]
Creator: Informedia
Description: Color photograph of man identified as O.T. Baker, who is a participant of the 7th annual Texas Folklife Festival. Though evidence of it is not visible, he is affiliated with the smokehouse at the festival. He is wearing a cowboy hat, large eyeglasses, and a blue shirt. A few people are gathered around him.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
[O.T. Baker Outside His Makeshift Smokehouse]

[O.T. Baker Outside His Makeshift Smokehouse]

Date: [1978-08-03..1978-08-06]
Creator: Smith, Jim
Description: Color photograph of a man named O.T. Baker seated outside his makeshift smokehouse that he shares with another man, Austin Taylor, at the 7th annual Texas Folklife Festival. The smokehouse is made of rustic wood; its door is open and a man is visible in the doorway, bent over. O.T. Baker is seated right outside the doorway with his hand out-stretched. Several cow skulls are hung around the area as decoration. Two signs hang from the roof of the smokehouse. The one on the left reads, "O.T. Baker, Smokehouse, Austin" while the sign on the right reads, "Austin Taylor, Smokehouse, Lake Hills."
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections
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