Wyndham, Margaret Jane, 1872-1961
- Existence: 1872-08-09 - 1961-02-21
Speech teacher at Henry Kendall College, both Muskogee and Tulsa, and The University of Tulsa.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This is a 10 page story photocopied; page 8 is missing. The note at the top reads "By Margaret Wyndham Prof. Emeritus, Univ. of Tulsa Fine Arts School."
Early Accounts, Presbyterian Minutes, Associated Papers Involving Henry Kendall to University of Tulsa, 1907 - 1961
File — Box: 7, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents Photocopies of Synod minutes, newspaper articles, original news clippings, correspondence. An article about Margaret Wyndham. Statement of the Commercial Club.
Dates: 1907 - 1961
Joint Resolution of The University Faculty and the Board of Trustees of The University of Tulsa, 1961-09-05 - 1961-10-04
Scope and Contents This is an announcement of a resolution to formally acknowledge Margaret Wyndham's role in the the development and growth of The University of Tulsa.
Dates: 1961-09-05 - 1961-10-04
Content Description A scrapbook initially compiled by Margaret Wyndham. It contains many photographs, programs, and newspaper clippings.
Dates: 1917 - 1953
Scope and Contents A scrap book with announcements relating to Kendall College and the University of Tulsa School of Eloqution.
Dates: 1914 - 1939
Scope and Contents Perry Douglas Erwin was a soldier during World War I who was stationed at Ft. Sill in Oklahoma. During his time as a lieutenant in the 9th Field Artillery during World War I his wife wrote to him nearly every day. The Erwin letters, dating January 1918 through January 1919, consist primarily of (173) letters from Erwin's wife, Vivian (living in Oswego, Kansas) to Erwin (stationed at Fort Still, Oklahoma and other locations); other correspondents include Erwin's sisters Harriet, Dorothy, and...
Dates: 1918 - 1919
Scope and Contents There are two pages of newspaper clippings; one is of a dinner hosted to honor four teachers, including Wyndham. The other page consists of two clippings about her passing; each one mentions that she was the first professor at TU to be awared emeritus status.