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UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA GOLF COURSE

Norman, Oklahoma

1949

March 30              Maxwell is selected to design 18-hole course at University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma.  [The Daily Oklahoman, March 31, 1949]

 

July 13                   The University of Oklahoma board of regents authorizes the president to start plans on a new 18-hole golf course.  Maxwell “has been negotiating with the university on the plans.  No definite arrangements have yet been made.”  [The Daily Oklahoman, July 14, 1949]

 

October 12            University of Oklahoma regents award contract to Maxwell for 18-hole golf course.  “The course, to cost $84,300, is expected to be ready for play September, 1950”.  [Miami (OK) Daily News, October 13, 1949]

 

October 17            Work begins on University of Oklahoma golf course.  [Miami (OK) Daily News, October 13, 1949]

 

October 22            Maxwell is “supervising construction of courses at the University of Oklahoma and at Lake Hefner, near Oklahoma City.  [Daily Ardmoreite, October 23, 1949]

1950

August 18              Press Maxwell has been commuting on weekends from Norman to Shreveport by private plane to work on the Palmetto Country Club course for his father.  [Shreveport Times, August 18, 1950]

1951

January 11            University of Oklahoma golf course in Norman is complete and has been opened to the public.  [Daily Ardmoreite, January 11, 1951]

AERIALS

May 10, 1963, Oklahoma State Archives

MAPS AND DRAWINGS

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