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Bass, Henry B., 1897-1975



Henry B. Bass was born and raised in Enid; after graduating from the University of Missouri, he worked for his father's construction company, D.C. Bass and Sons, which constructed many of Enid’s major buildings including the Bass Building, the Champlin home, and the Phillips University Administration Building and Library.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Bass, Henry B. to Julia Welch

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1995.
Scope and Contents

Newspaper clipping pertaining to death of Gus Welch with letter.

Dates: 1911 - 1991

Bass, Henry B. to Mrs. Julia Welch, 1972-09-20

 Item — Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: 1995.
Content Description From the Collection:

Correspondence and clippings from and about Gustavus Gus Welch (1892-1970) a full blood Chippewa born in Spooner, Wisconsin, was a member of the Carlisle Indian School Class of 1911, Jim Thorpe's quarterback for the professional football team the Ohio Bulldogs in Canton, Ohio, a member of the U. S. Track Team for the 1912 Olympics, a 1917 graduate of the Dickinson School of Law and a coach at a number of institutions.

Dates: 1972-09-20

"Dear Everybody", 1962 - 1975

Identifier: 1975.004.1
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

112 issues of newsletter entitled, "Dear Everybody".

Dates: Publication: 1962 - 1975

Henry B. Bass "Dear Everybody" newsletters

Identifier: 1975-004
Scope and Contents

112 issues of newsletter entitled, "Dear Everybody".

Dates: 1962 - 1975

Additional filters:

Archival Object 3
Collection 1
Enid (Okla.) 1
Oklahoma Historical Society. 1
Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Bass, Henry B. 1