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Baylor University Annuals (The Round Up)
  • Date: from 1930 - 1939
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    • The 1930 Round-Up

    • The 1930 Round-Up

    • 1930

    • Richard Wall

    • To a loyal friend of abiding good fellowship, whose unselfish service for Baylor University is reflected in the greater Baylor of today, and whose devotion to the University draws the admiration and gratitude of a host of friends ... to John Kern...
    • The Round-Up 1931

    • The Round-Up 1931

    • 1931

    • Price Daniel

    • Because of their work for us started even before our lives began - because they have made it possible for us to attend Baylor University - because their teachings, loyalty, and devotion make them the greatest treasures of our lives - the 1931...
    • The 1932 Round-Up

    • The 1932 Round-Up

    • 1932

    • John Sidney Smith

    • Through the minds of some filter dreams of great projects, golden-tinted futures, and new and unreached horizons, but they are only dreamers. Some are builders who take the dreamer's plans and carry them out. Others are leaders who bring the...
    • The Oldbook Round-Up of 1933

    • The Oldbook Round-Up of 1933

    • 1933

    • Elwyn Hatchett

    • To the new leader who has come among us - a man who is a personification of the dignity, the culture, and the ideals of Baylor, and a man who is an inspiration to all who know him - we dedicate this 1933 Round-Up in affection and high esteem to Pat...
    • The 1934 Round-Up

    • The 1934 Round-Up

    • 1934

    • Calvin A. Newton

    • To that great body of men who have set their eyes on a horizon circled with the highest jewels of manhood and womanhood - The pastors of the churches from whence the students of Baylor University come - regardless of the denomination, but...
    • The 1935 Round-Up

    • The 1935 Round-Up

    • 1935

    • Gordon McDonald

    • The Round-Up of 1935 marks the ninetieth anniversary of Baylor's life. Many students have gone from its campus to conquer and achieve. From preparatory department to the presidency of Baylor lay a challenging prospect. From the place of prominence...
    • The 1936 Round-Up

    • The 1936 Round-Up

    • 1936

    • R.L. Lamb

    • As an undying tribute to the memory of a beloved teacher and friend and in grateful recognition for his many years of service to this institution we, the student body of Baylor University, respectfully dedicate the 1936 Round-Up to the late Dr....
    • The 1937 Roundup

    • The 1937 Roundup

    • 1937

    • Curtis Hankamer

    • In order to pay our humble respect to a man whose lovable Christian character, whose wisdom and native wit, and whose penetrating philosophy have left an indelible imprint on the lives of thousands who have passed through Baylor's portals, and in...
    • The Round-Up for 1938

    • The Round-Up for 1938

    • 1938

    • Colbert Held

    • Sheltered in the grey stone walls of the Science Hall is the office of one of Baylor's oldest faculty members, who, down through the years, has extended a helping hand to the endless cycle of students who have come and gone ... who, with an...
    • 1939 Round-Up

    • 1939 Round-Up

    • 1939

    • Floyd Cornelison

    • In years to come ... when Baylor's colorful history is recalled ... when its truly great are mentioned ... when inspiring moments are relived ... one name will always lead ... Preacher, Scholar, Leader Dr. George W. Truett

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