Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas, for Collegiate Year 1888-89.
Baker University is the oldest living educational institution in the State, having been chartered in February, 1858. Its doors were opened to students in the autumn of the same year, and regular work has been done every term since. Like most denominational schools, Baker has had a hard struggle for an existence, but having survived many disasters, the friends feel that the crisis is now fully past, and the success of the last few years inspires hope for the future.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Adell, Admire, Ahlborn, Alien, Allen, Allin, Anderson, Arrasmith, Atherton, Atkinson, Axtell, Ayers, Bain, Baker, Baldwin, Ball, Barber, Barnett, Barricklaw, Bartlett, Basel, Beamer, Beeks, Bellows, Benedict, Bennett, Best, Betty, Bickford, Bird, Bissell, Blaney, Boaz, Boicourt, Boston, Boughton, Bower, Brandstatt, Brann, Brant, Bridwell, Brown, Brummitt, Bruner, Buckner, Burtis, Burton, Butler, Caldwell, Campbell, Carey, Carmean, Carpenter, Carroll, Cary, Case, Caudry, Chambers, Chandler, Chase, Clark, Clemans, Coe, Coltfelter, Cooper, Corlett, Coughlin, Crandall, Cullison, Culp, Cunningham, Davis, Dearborn, DeGarmo, Dent, Dickson, Dodds, Dodge, Doncyson, Drennen, Dudgeon, Dugger, Elstun, Emerson, Esterbrook, Ewing, Fehnel, Fiehler, Finch, Fish, Flafer, Flickinger, Foster, Francis, Freeman, French, Frye, Funchess, Games, Gandy, Garten, Garvin, Gault, George, Gillett, Glaze, Gobin, Goodale, Graham, Graves, Gray, Green, Griffith, Grimes, Hair, Hall, Halloway, Hamar, Hamilton, Hammond, Harper, Harpster, Hartman, Harvey, Haskins, Hawes, Haworth, Hecker, Hederstrom, Henderson, Hewins, Hill, Hodge, Hollenbeck, Hollinger, Holtz, Hook, Hoover, Hoss, Howell, Huggins, Hunsicker, Hunt, Huron, Hutchings, Hyden, Ives, Jarrett, Jay, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Kelley, Kern, Kile, King, Kirkpatrick, Knake, Knepp, Knight, Knowlton, Kunkel, Lambert, Lampman, Larson, Leach, Lehr, Leiser, Lentz, Leonard, Lingard, Lippincott, Lockwood, Lough, Lumpkin, Maggs, Mallory, Mann, Markham, Martin, Mather, Maudlin, McClure, McCurdy, McCutcheon, McDonald, McLain, McLaughlin, Mendenhall, Messenger, Miller, Monroe, Moorehead, Morgan, Morrison, Murphy, Murray, Nale, Nelson, Nichols, Nicholson, Nottingham, Nuzman, O'Byrne, O'Neil, O'Niet, Parker, Parmenter, Parrott, Parsons, Pasley, Pattee, Paulen, Pearson, Perry, Phipps, Pitman, Pomeroy, Potter, Powell, Pratt, Presgrove, Preyer, Price, Priestley, Prouty, Pullin, Purcell, Pyke, Quayle, Raines, Ramp, Randall, Rapp, Rarick, Reace, Reed, Reeder, Reeve, Rendel, Ringer, Ritchie, Ritter, Robinson, Rork, Sanders, Schaff, Schnebly, Scott, Seem, Shirley, Siegrist, Simmons, Simpson, Sisson, Sleeper, Smith, Spaulding, Spencer, Springer, Stailey, Staufer, Steen, Stephens, Stephenson, Stevenson, Stewart, Stillwell, Stone, Stotler, Strayer, Swan, Swartzel, Sweet, Sykes, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Thurber, Townsend, Trigg, Trusheim, Tyson, Underwood, Van Gundy, Walburn, Walker, Walton, Wellman, Wells, Welsh, Wharton, Whipple, Whitbeck, White, Whitney, Williams, Willits, Wilson, Winget, Wood, Woodson, Wren, Wyatt, Yenawine, York, Young, Zirkle.
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