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Baylor University Annuals (The Round Up)
  • Date: from 1941 - 1946
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    • The 1941 Round-Up

    • The 1941 Round-Up

    • 1941

    • Raymond Herring

    • To James Patterson Alexander, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, who through twenty years of service in the School of Law has inspired his students to be worthy of their legal heritage of right, liberty, and justice.
    • The 1942 Round-Up

    • The 1942 Round-Up

    • 1942

    • Jem J. Englander

    • Because Baylor was his place of preparation as well as a source of inspiration, and because we look with pride upon his accomplishments as a public servant, we dedicate the 1942 Round-Up to Hon. Tom Connally, Senior U.S. Senator from Texas.
    • Nineteen Hundred and Forty-three Round-Up (1943)

    • Nineteen Hundred and Forty-three Round-Up (1943)

    • 1943

    • Dow Heard

    • Preaching the precepts of the Prince of Peace, he has lighted the paths of life for generations of Baylor students. As Baptistdom's revered scholar, he has been in the vanguard of leaders in the past. But his teaching will bear its greatest fruit...
    • The 1944 Round-Up of Service

    • The 1944 Round-Up of Service

    • 1944

    • Margaret Jean Wood

    • To Baylor Serviceman, all worthy sons and daughters, who give their lives in service at home and abroad that the lamps of universal learning and brotherhood may burn forever brighter.
    • Centennial Round-Up (1845-1945)

    • Centennial Round-Up (1845-1945)

    • 1945

    • James Leo Garrett, Jr.

    • The vision to see, the faith to believe, the courage to do -- which have formed the foundation of the University these one hundred years -- are our heritage from Baylor, Tryon, and Huckins. To them we dedicate this Centennial Round-Up. To the...
    • The 1946 Round-Up

    • The 1946 Round-Up

    • 1946

    • Evelyn Box

    • To Dean James P. Cornette, who, although a comparative new-comer among us, has caught the true meaning of what Baylor stands for, and to us is the personification of the Baylor spirit, the 1946 Round-Up is respectfully dedicated. His friendliness...

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