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Taylor--William D. (Class of 1891)

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Title Date Summary
1 60- Year Medals
Alumnus 35:3, p.21
9/1/1951 At the Spring Reunion two people received their 60-year medals; photo.
2 Two presented 60-year medals at spring reunion
Alumnus 35:3, p.11
9/1/1951 William D. Taylor and Alice Burbeck Harker receive medals; Clarence A. Rasmussen dies August 5, 1951.
3 Nearly 250 alumni, faculty and friends attended Sunday's 68th annual reunion and luncheon
Public Relations News Release 1950:383, p.1
5/28/1951 Celebrating their 25th year anniversary of graduation were 39 members of the class of 1926. Alice F. Burbeck Harker, Sac City, represented the oldest class present. She was graduated 68 years ago, in the class of 1883.
4 Reservations for Sunday's, May 27, 68th annual Alumni and Faculty reunion have passed the hundred mark, according to Alumni Director G. E. Myers
Public Relations News Release 1950:375, p.1
5/22/1951 Honored this year will be the graduates of 1901 and 1926. Gold medals will be given to members of the Class of 1901 who attend; Thirteen of the original class of 223 have made reservations. Two graduates will be present to receive Sixty-Year medals.
5 Wm. D. Taylor
Normal Eyte 12:24, p.376
3/22/1902 Farming near Eddyville.
6 Wm. D. Taylor
Normal Eyte 9:19, p.451
2/17/1900 Is raising livestock in Barnes.
7 W. D. Taylor
Normal Eyte 3:21, p.167
2/17/1894 Leaves position in Eddyville.
8 J. E. Clayton, Bruce Frances, and W. D. Taylor
Normal Eyte 1:4, p.31
2/2/1892 Doing well in their teaching.
9 W. D. Taylor
Normal Eyte 1:1, p.3
1/12/1892 Doing excellent work in Malcolm schools.

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