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William Lee ALEXANDER

William Lee ALEXANDER, American Superintendent, Feeble Minded Institute. Member of Democrat Territorial Committee for years before statehood; Delegate to Statehood Convention Member of Masons, Blue Lodge, Consistory, Guthrie, Oklahoma; Shrine, Oklahoma City; Odd Fellows. Club: Lions (Enid).

Background

  • ALEXANDER, William Lee was born on January 29, 1869 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. Son of Abdon and Marth J. (Sloan) Alexander.

  • Education

    • Private Tutoring.

    Career

    • Deceased); Cleo Greer, Sherman, Texas, July, 1902. Taught School, Texas and Oklahoma, six years. Treasurer, Oklahoma Company, Oklahoma, 1897-1901.

      State Treasurer, Oklahoma, 1915-1919. Now Superintendent Oklahoma Feeble Minded Institute Candidate for Governor 1918. Organized 89ers Association of Oklahoma.

      Managed campaign moving Capitol from Guthrie to Oklahoma City, two Campaigns, 1908 and 1910.

    Membership

    Member of Democrat Territorial Committee for years before statehood. Delegate to Statehood Convention Member of Masons, Blue Lodge, Consistory, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Shrine, Oklahoma City.

    Odd Fellows. Club: Lions (Enid).

    Connections

    • Spouse Dora Johnston, 1890, Seymour, Texas.
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