1920 Fairmount College Twenty-second Annual Commencement
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Fairmount College. Twenty-second Annual Commencement. Wichita, Kansas, June 2, 1920. 4 pages
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The twenty-second commencement program included invocation part featuring commencement address by Dr. Henry E. Thayer; music performances by Mr. Myers, Mr. Leon Fauley, and Miss Doris Shelly. Conferring of degrees and announcements followed.
The following degrees were conferred: Honorary Degrees: Henry E. Thayer, D.Law; Arthur J. Hoare, D.S.; Elizabeth Sprague, M.F.A; Degrees in Course: Lincoln LaPaz, B.A.; Muriel Adams, B.A.; Horace Henderson Baker, B.A.; Louis Henry Bally, B.A.; James Neely Gardner, B.A.; Oscar Winslow Hoop, B.A.; Beulah Lucy Kistler, B.A.; Jennie C. McCluggage, B.A.; Ruth G. Powers, B.A.; Marie T. Thompson, B.A.; Florence Abbey, B.A.; Evadenne Bishop, B.A.; Charles Newton Cone, B.A.; Leon E. Fauley, B.A.; Charles S. Gross, B.A.; Laura Prescott Hobart, B.A.; Josephine Hull, B.A.; R. Marian Hutchinson, B.A.; Ruth Jackson, B.A.; Marion L. LeCocq, B.A.; Glenn H. Marsh, B.A.; Ruth Emily Miller, B.A.; Charles Thurlow Newell, B.A.; Felicitas Philipp, B.A.; Amy Pearle Platt, B.A.; Virgil Yates Russell, B.A.; Mae Shultz, B.A.; James Birch Stuart, B.A.; Mary Catherine Waitt, B.A.; Edith N. Weidenbach, B.A.; Frederick L. Wellman, B.A.
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