"The Only Plum in the Territory": A Man and a Plan
Part 4 of 4 of the online exhibit "The Only Plum in the Territory."
This section of the exhibit highlights the impact of World War I on OAMC. In addition, the section examines one of the most difficult eras of the university's history as political fighting caused the college to have three separate presidents in a three month span in 1923. But by 1928, just as the situation at OAMC could not be anymore dire, one man emerged with a grand vision for the institution which had not been seen since the days of Angelo C. Scott.
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