A trained engraver, William Kellett Baker sold lithographic - often unauthorised prints of works by well known colonial artists including William Henry Fernyhough. As a publisher and printer who also imported and sold books, Baker established a reading room and library above his printing office in 1844, offering access to his collection of international periodicals for the annual sum of 10 shillin
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