Kendallabrum
Kendall College (now TU)
Tulsa, OK 1913

Transcribed by Priscilla Arnold 2003

 

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	This is a transcription of the Kendallabrum, school annual for the Henry Kendall College, now the University of Tulsa, for the year 1913.  It is the earliest year available in the possession of the Central Library in downtown Tulsa, although earlier years may be available through the University of Tulsa's library or through other private or public collections.

	In using this resource, please keep in mind that time and space limits what we can make available.  Unfortunately, at this time, photos can only be indicated.  In addition in the event of there being items that might be of interest, and I plan on going back and transcribing them, but for the sake of time and in order to get available resources online as quickly as possible, I have left them out for now, these are indicated with double asterisks [**].





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The Kendallabrum

Henry Kendall

1913

Tulsa



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Foreward**



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Dedication**



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(photo) (of the president?)



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(photo) "The President's Wife"



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Kendallabrum Staff

(photo) Paul Koontz Editor Book IV

(photo) Pauline Layman Editor Book I

(photo) Bethel Cone Editor Book V

(photo) L.H. Knight Manager

(photo) Pearl Coyle Editor Book III

(photo) Marie S. St. Clair Editor Book II

(photo) Carl C. Gray Artist



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Henry Kendall College**



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The Trustees of Henry Kendall**

D. I. Johnston	Attorney, Oklahoma City.		President

E. R. Kemp	Oil Producer, Tulsa			Vice-President

B. F. Pettus	Real Estate and Loans, Tulsa		Secretary

F. B. Jordan	Insurance, Loans, Investments, Tulsa	Treasurer

	To the Executive Committee of the Trustees is committed the responsibility of the detail work of the Board.  This committee is composed of:

Rev. Ralph J. Lamb, Tulsa				Chairman

And associate members are:

Rev. C. W. Kerr, Pastor First Presbyterian Church	Tulsa

J. M. Hall, Capitalist					Tulsa

C. B. Lynch, Oil Producer				Tulsa

Frank Barnes, Oil Producer				Tulsa

J. R. Cole, Coal Operator				Tulsa



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The trustees of Henry Kendall

	We are sorry that we cannot picture all the members of the board at large, but are only too glad to give a list of them to the public that they may see who's who in the running of Henry Kendall College.

W. M. Baker, Government Indian Service			Muskogee

G. S. Sutton, Minister					Tahlequah

O. H. Leonard, Banker					Tulsa

O. J. Fleming, Banker					Enid

W. L. North, Ranchman					Tulsa

S. V. Fait, Minister					Anadarko

G. D. Willingham, Minister				Bartlesville

C. E. Alexander, Minister				Bartlesville

J. K. Thompson, D. D. Minister				Muskogee

Hon. Lee Cruce, Governor Oklahoma			Ardmore

Willard Johnston, Banker				Shawnee

C. H. Nicholson, Merchant				Tulsa

J. O. Mitchell, Capitalist				Tulsa

C. C. Weith, Minister					Ardmore

Robert Liddell, D. D. Minister				McAlester

George C. Priestley, Capitalist				Bartlesville

O. H. Young, Merchant					Elk City



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(photo) D. I. Johnston					President

(photo) E. R. Kemp					Vice-President

(photo) B. F. Pettus					Secretary

(photo) F. B. Jordan					Treasurer



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Executive Committee of Board Trustees

(photo) Frank Barnes

(photo) C.B. Lynch

(photo) Rev. Ralph J. Lamb Chariman

(photo) C.W. Kerr

(photo) J.M. Hall

(photo) J.R. Cole

  

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photo of the Administrative Building

  

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"Faculty"

  

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(photo) Rev. Seth R. Gordon, D. D., LL. D.	President Emeritus

(photo) Rev. Thos. F. Barrier, A. M.		Greek, History and Philosophy

  

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(photo) W. Howard Hake, A. M.			Latin, German and French

(photo) P. Schuyler Morgan, A. M.		Mathematics



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(photo) J. William Blair, A. M.			English

(photo) W. Ellis Welsh, A. B.			Biology



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(photo) De Witt S. Morgan, A. B.		Physics, Secretary to the President

(photo) John Knowles Weaver			Piano, Pipe Organ and Theory



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(photo) Miss Caroline Porter			Voice

(photo) Miss Margaret Wyndham			Expression, Oratory and Physical Culture



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(photo) Mrs. W. Howard Hake, Ph. B.		Assistant in French and Piano

(photo) Miss Blanche Fleetwood			Art



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(photo) Phillip D. Dixon, A. B.			Financial Secretary

(photo) Harvey L. Allen				Assistant in History, Coach



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(photo) Miss Hettie W. Craighead, A. B.		Domestic Science, Dean of Women

(photo) Mrs. Ora L. Frost			Matron of Robertson Hall

  

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(photo) Robertson Hall (Men's Dormitory)



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"Senior"



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(photo) Harvey L. Allen

President Class 1913

Has applied for enough jobs to supply a new one every day the rest of his life.

Member Sequoyah Literary Society, Coach



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"Junior"

  

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(photo) Lewis Hubert Knight

President Class 1914

Leads such a straight life that he will never meet himself coming back."

President Kendall Oratorical Association; Business Manager of "Collegian;" Secretary Oklahoma State Prohibition Association; Manager "Kendallabrum"; Student Proctor of Robertson Hall.

  

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"Sophomore"

  

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(photo) Norine Dye

President Class 1915

Member Sequoyah Literary Society

Everyone knows "Bob" but not everyone knows how much she cares for the boys-one in particular.

  

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"Freshmen"

  

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(photo) William Arthur Pevehouse

President Class 1916

Very proud of his home town; wonder whether his town reciprocates.

Secretary Kendall Oratorical Association; Treasurer Sequoyahs; Pitcher Baseball squad; Track man; Lightest left guard of any college football team in Oklahoma.

  

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"Academy"

  

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(photo) Lelia Morgan			Class 1913

(photo) Gaylord Simons			Class 1914

(photo) Jeff Billington			Class 1915

(photo) Frederick W. Hawley, Jr.	Class 1916



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Book II

Departments

  

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(photo) Buildings of Henry Kendall College

  

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"Music"

  

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School of Music**

  

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Instrumental

John Knowles Weaver**

  

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(photo) Music Room (piano)

Recital Program

Pupils of voice and expression departments

Given in the Chapel, May 27th, 1913**

  

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(photo) Grace Hatch

(photo) Mrs. Maude Smith Weaver

(photo) Ina Brooks

(photo) Mrs. Hattie W. Johnson

(photo) Beulah Baxter

Senior Year Piano Recital

(Parts of the program given April 29th and May 13th.)**

  

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(photo) Piano Graduates-1911 - 1912

Program**

  

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"Vocal"

Miss Caroline Porter

Instructor of Voice**

  

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(photo) Mrs. Ora L. Frost

(photo) Lois Belle Sisson

School of Music

Graduating Voice Recital**

  

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(2 photos) Voice Class

  

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(photo) Chapel

(photo) Music Room (voice)

  

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"Dramatics"

  

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Margaret Wyndham, B.O.

Professor of Expression and Oratory.**

  

The Kendall Oratorial Association**

  

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(photo) Miss Pauline Layman

Kendall's Brillant Orator

Kendall Wins State Contest**

  

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(3 photos)

Kendall students showing state orators the oil fields near Tulsa.

Fifteen college men celebrating Kendall's Victory in "Staff's" big auto.

  

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"Sylvia"

A Pastoral Operetts, by Rhys. Herbert**

  

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Dramatic Club**

President			Henry Waters

Vice-President			A. M. Rutis

Secretary and Treasurer		Pauline Layman

  

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(3 photos) Kendall Gym Girls

  

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(photo) Girls' Gym Class

(photo) Girls' Basket Ball Team 1913

  

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"Art"

  

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Miss Blanche Fleetwood

Instructor of Art**

  

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Art Class**photos & names

  

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Sketch from life by Mr. Carl C. Gray

  

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"Domestic Science"



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(photo) Part of Domestic Science Class

Scene in Domestic Science Department**

  

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(photos)College Faces Known By All

  

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(photo) One end of reception parlor in Broadview Lodge

(photo) Stairway landing in Broadview Lodge

  

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Book III

Student Organizations



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Student Organizations***



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RELIGION



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YMCA***



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(photo)



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YWCA***



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(photo)

Officers 1912-1913

President		Lella Robertson

Vice-President	Margaret Stroh

Secretary		Lena Ward

Treasurer		Virginia Strong

CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES

Prayer-Meeting	Leila Morgan

Membership		Marie E. St. Clair

Social		Grace Wilson

Missionary		Grace Hatch



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College Hill Presbyterian Church

(photo)REV. GRANT STROH, Pastor.***



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Literary



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Sequoyah Society

MOTTO:

"WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE AND CHARITY FOR ALL"

COLORS:

BLACK AND GOLD

FLOWER:

AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE

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OFFICERS OF THE SEQUOYAHS.

Harvey L. Allen		President

Marie E. St. Clair		Vice-President

Paul Koontz			Secretary

Paul Handley			Assistant Secretary

Lella Robertson		Treasurer



ROSTER OF MEMBERS

Harvey L. Allen		Walter Koons

Bethel Cone			Paul Koontz

Pearl Coyle			Pauline Layman

Sarah Cummings		Wayne Maloney

Paul Handley			DeWitt S. Morgan

Norine Dye			William Nelson

Grace Hatch			W.A. Pevehouse

Cassie Holloway		Lella Robertson

Venetta Jones		Marie E. St. Clair

Lewis Knight			Margaret Stroh



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[photo]



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The Kappa Gamma Chi Literary Society

(Founded in 1894)

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MOTTO:

"KAIRON GNOSTHE CHAION."

COLORS:

YELLOW AND GREEN.

FLOWER:

YELLOW CARNATION

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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY.

Fall Term				Winter Term			Spring Term

President-A.M. Rutis		Ralph Handley		Cornelia Millis

Vice-Pres.-Ruth Handley		Lena Ward			Geneive Pettit

Secretary-L'Cena Mills		Virginia Strong		Lulu Belle Phillips

Treasurer-Wyatt Miller		Wyatt Miller			Wyatt Miller

Ser.-at.Arms-Fred Hawley. Jr.	Ralph Dillard		Lena Ward



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[photo]



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The Calliopean Literary Society

(Organized in 1895.)

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MOTTO:

"UPWARD AND ONWARD"

COLORS:

PURPLE AND GOLD.

FLOWER: VIOLET.



ROSTER OF MEMBERS.

Eugene Adkins		Burton Mohr

Jeff Billington		Elizabeth Miller

Prof. J. W. Blair		Lelia Morgan

Adelbert Carter		Emmett Payno

Bessie Cremins		Myrtle Sanderson

DeVoine Davidson		Elizabeth Stroh

Marquis Deaver		Gaylord Simons

Mina Ermey			Jessie Rothammer

Maude Handley		Thomas Roy

Merrick Hawley		Henry Waters

Ruth Kibbe			Joyce Williams

Ruth Lamb			Grace Wilson

Hayden Lynch			Fred Price

Cura Young



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[photo]

The Callippean Society

OFFICERS FOR THE WINTER TERM.

Marquis Deaver		President

Harriet Stroh		Vice-President

Gaytlord Simons		Secretary

Ruth Lamb			Treasurer

Maude Handley		Sergeant-at-Arms

Burton L. Mohr		Critic

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OFFICERS FOR THE SPRING TERM

Jessica Rothammer		President

Bessie Cremins		Vice-President

Ruth Kibbe			Secretary

Ruth Lamb			Treasurer

Thomas Roy			Sergeant-at-Arms

Myrtle Sanderson		Critic



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[photo]BROADVIEW LODGE



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Social



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The "13" Club***

THE "13" OFFICERS

Gaylord Simons		President

Fred W. Hawley, Jr.	Secretary

Jeff Billington		Treasurer

Ves. Rutis			Reporter



CHARTER MEMBERS

Eugene Adkins		Burton Mohr

Jeff Billington		Fred Price

Marquis Deaver		Emmett Payne

Fred W. Hawley, Jr.	Ves Rutis

Herrick K. Hawley		Tom Roy

William Malson		Galord Simons

Henry Waters



HONORARY MEMBERS, in facultate

J. William Blair		Phillip D. Dixon

DeWitt S. Morgan		W. Ellis Welch



NEW MEMBERS

DeVoine Davidson		Wyatt Miller

Landon Lambeth		Luther Johnson

Ralph Handley



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[photo]



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Social Events***



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[photo]Parlors of Robertson Hall



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Athletics



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Athletics***



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FootBall

[photo]H.L. Allen Coach

[photo]Walter Koons Captain



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[photo]"Ves" Rutis		Quarter Back

[photo]Tom Roy		Right Half

[photo]Ralph Handley	Full Back

[photo]Luther Johnson	Center



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[photo]Gaylord Simons	Left Tackle

[photo]Wyatt Miller	Left End

[photo]Arthur Pevehouse	Left Guard

[photo]"Casey" Holloway	Right End



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[photo]Landon Lamberth	Right Tackle

[photo]Emmett Payne	Right Guard

[photo]Jeff Billington	Sub

[photo]"Mark" Deaver	Sub



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Yells!

[photo]"Ves" Rutis

Kendall's Popular Cheer Leader***



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[cheers]***



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[photo]First Basket Ball Team

1912-1913

Reading from left to right:

Paul Handley-Left Guard

Wyatt Miller-Right Forward

Gaylord Simons, Captain-Left Forward

H. L. Allen-Coach

Ralph Handley-Center.

Tom Roy-Right Guard



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[photo]Second Basket Ball Team

1912-13

Landon Lambeth-Center

Fred E. Hawley, Jr.-Left Forward

Jeff Billington-Left Guard

Emmett Payne-Right Guard

Henry Waters-Right Forward



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[photo]Base Ball Team 1913

Reading from left to right, standing:

Jeff Billington-Right Fielder

Henry Waters-First Baseman-Pitcher

Fred W. Hawley, Jr.,-Utility Man.

Ralph Handley-Pitcher-Catcher

Emmett Payne-Utility Man.

H.L. Allen-Coach

W.A. Pevehouse-2nd Baseman

Reading from left to right, sitting:

Wyatt Miller-Catcher-Center Fielder.

Tom Roy-Short Stop

Paul Handley-3rd Baseman

Ves Rutis-Left Fielder-2nd Baseman



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[photo]Gaylord Simons	Fred W. Hawley, Jr.

Kendall's Representatives at the

TRI-COUNTY TENNIS MEET.

held at

Mounds, Oklahoma

November, 1912.



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[photo]Track Team Squad 1913



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[photo]Track Team Medals 1913



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[photos]

Snap Shots of the first All-State Interscholastic Track and Field Meet ever held in Tulsa

Kendall Field April 18th 1913

Kendall Academy First



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[poem]God Keepeth Watch***



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"The Collegian"***



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[photo]Collegian Staff

THE COLLEGIAN STAFF 1912-1913

Pauline Layman		Editor-in-Chief

L.H. Knight			Business Manager

Venetta Jones		Associate Editor

Grace Wilson			Literary Editor

Paul Handley			Athletic Editor

Lelia Morgan			Local Editor

Marie E. St. Clair		Fine Arts Editor

Carl C. Gray			Art Editor

Bethel Cone			Jollity Jots

Paul Koontz			Exchange Editor



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[photos]Girls' Rooms in Broadview Lodge



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Book IV

CITY OF TULSA



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Tulsa, Oklahoma

The Coming City of the Southwest

by

Dr. Fred S. Clinton

and  

Tulsa Commercial Club



TULSA***



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[photo]TULSA, 1900



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[photo]Third Street Looking West from Cin Ave.



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[photo]TULSA's NEW $250,000 COURT HOUSE



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[photos]SOME TULSA BUSINESS BLOCKS



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[photo]Main St. Looking North from Fourth St.



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[photos]FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING  	ROBINSON ARCADE		HOTEL TULSA



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[photos]SOME MORE TULSA BUSINESS BUILDINGS



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[photo]Third Street Looking East from Main St.



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[photos]NATURE SCENES NEAR TULSA



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[photos]SHOOTING AN OIL WELL



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[photos]A FEW TULSA CHURCHES



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[photos]BEAUTIFUL TULSA HOMES



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[photo]Main St. Looking North from 3rd St.



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[photos]COUNTRY CLUB

PARK SCENE

BEAUTIFUL HOMES

ELKS HOME



POST OFFICE RECEIPTS.***



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[photo]Boulder Avenue Looking North from 15th St.



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[photos]LAKES OF OIL AT TULSA



TULSA BANKS***



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[photos]TULSA IS THE LARGEST OIL COUNTRY IN THE WORLD



HYECHKA CLUB***



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[photos]A FEW WARD SCHOOLS



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[photo]Cheyenne Ave Looking North from 15th St.



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[photo]RESIDENCE OF DR. AND MRS. FRED S. CLINTON



KENDALL COLLEGE

	Complete information may be found elsewhere in this volume about this rapidly growing institution.



CITY PARKS***



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[photos]Snap Shots from Sand Springs Parks



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[photo]CARLTON PLACE



TULSA HOSPITAL***



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[photos]A Few Pretty Homes in Kendall



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[photo]Tulsa High School Building



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[photo]Birdseye View of Modern Tulsa



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The Suburb of Kendall***



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BOOK V

MISCELLANEOUS



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An Evenig on Kendall Hill***



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[photos]College Life at Kendall



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[photo]Great Interest is Shown in the Dramatic Class



ARTICLES REJECTED***



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JOKES



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JOKES***



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Hon. Rev. Lewis Hubert Knight's Address to the Sequoyahs,

At the Opening Banquet, September, 1912***



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JOKES***



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[photos]One Little Smile Makes Life Worth While



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Why-What-Where***



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CALENDAR 12-13



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EXTRA SPECIAL!!!***



WHO IS PAULINE LAYMAN?-HENRY KENDALL'S ORATOR.***



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By The Way***



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[drawing]A Second Carrie Nation. (Pauline Orating)

[photo]A Section of the "Mess" Hall in Action



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[photo]JOE SING

Our Chef Who Makes the "Hash" and "Bean Soup"



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[drawing]Dixon handing out "The Coin"



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POPULAR SONGS WITH HENRY KENDALL STUDENTS



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The Printing and Binding on The Kendallabrum was done by

THE DEMOCRAT PRINTING CO.,

Tulsa, Oklahoma



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A Word of Appreciation***



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[advertising]***

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