Baker, Marie Gertrude Caroline Tremblay (fem) 23.feb.1902-8.jul.1991 Canada Ontario, Ottawa Carleton - USA South Carolina, Columbia
pianist, professor of music, 1920 moved to Salt Lake City Utah, 1924 to San Diego California, 1924-1928 studied under Vincent d'Indy, Alfred Cortot and Isidor Philipp at the Schola Cantorum Paris, 1926-1928 professor and director of music at Wilkes Barre Institute Pennsylvania, taught at the University of California Berkeley and St Mary's College Moraga, 1935 moved to Columbia, 1944-1965 teacher piano at the University of South Carolina Columbia, 1958 organist and choirmaster of St Joseph's Catholic Church in Columbia ; daughter of composer and organist of the Notre Dame in Ottawa Pierre Joseph Amedee Tremblay (Montreal 14.apr.1876-14.jul.1949 Los Angeles) and Florence Gertrude Campbell ; c1934 she married John Ancrum Baker (Charleston 12.jul.1895-) ; son lawyer Charles Edward Baker (Charleston 5.nov.1935-14.dec.2010 Columbia)

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[] (details unknown). compositions for piano, choral works and songs
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