William Baker

(1858-1933). Iowa-born teacher and evangelist. He was connected with the publishing work at the Pacific Press (1882) and in Australia (1887). After entering evangelistic work, he became president of several Australian conferences, and in 1914 Bible teacher at the Australasian Missionary College. Returning to the United States (1921), he was chaplain at the Washington Sanitarium, then Bible teacher at Oakwood Junior College (1923-1927). While seeking to regain his health, he was chaplain at Dr. T. J. Evans’ sanitarium at Colorado Springs, Colorado.

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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