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Boots# Adams family started when Boots arrived in Bartlesville in 1919.

Thanks to an amazing work ethic and passionate drive, Boots established a clear commitment and love for Phillips Petroleum Company, his family, and the community he helped put on the world map.

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Boots# Adams family started when Boots arrived in Bartlesville in 1919.

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” Boots ” Adams was a very successful Jayhawk, although he never graduated from KU because he left his junior year to work for the Phillips company to earn enough for the rest of his tuition, but he never returned to KU.

He later became the president of Phillips Petroleum.

Boots donated $2 million to construct the Adams Alumni Center.

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Adams Memorial has been established at the First National Bank in Bartlesville.

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“Boots” Adams ~ A native of Kansas City, Mo.

Adams is credited with the foresight to realize the potential of cheap natural gas in the Oklahoma Panhandle and buying leases which have made Phillips today one of the largest natural gas producers in the world.

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“Bud” Adams , Jr.

90, Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers founder, passed away peacefully at his home on the 21st of October 2013, in Houston Texas.

Born January 3, 1923, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, t, 03/07/2005 ADAMS — Dorothy Glynn, 84, longtime resident of Bartlesville and widow of K.

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“Boots” Adams , died Thursday, in Bartlesville.

Private family Memorial service will be held.

The family will receive, #The K.

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Boots# Adams Alumni Center will, indeed, be a special place for KU#s alumni.

Like all great buildings, it stands as a testament to many things.

It stands in memory of the integrity and loyalty of the man whose name it bears.

It stands as a tribute to the many alumni throughout the state and nation of who worked to make the.

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“Bud” Adams , Jr.

90, Tennessee Titans/Houston Oilers founder, passed away peacefully at his home on the 21st of October 2013, in Houston Texas.

Born January 3, 1923, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, t, The transactions involve 50,000-70,000 acres of prime pastureland owned by descendants of the renowned Oklahoma oil man, the late K.

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At current land values, the transactions would be worth between $10 million and $14 million, they said.

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