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Nacogdoches historical group celebrates poet Karle Wilson Baker
Friends of Historic Nacogdoches will put on a one-woman play bringing to life the writings of Karle Wilson Baker. She was a prolific poet of the 1920s and 1930s who lived in Nacogdoches. A bronze statue of Baker will be erected in downtown Nacogdoches this fall. The fund raiser titled "Karle Wilson Baker: A Writer's Life" will be held May 18 and 19 at Cole Art Center.