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Contributed by: Joan Thurman Case 

Joshua Alexander and Ida Helena (Basse) Cline Family (taken about 1914)

Back row: Lawrence Harold, Ida Helena, Joshua Alexander, Hazel Viola and Earl Edward
Front row: Lewis Leroy, Delila Fern (my mother) and Nina Allegra Meigh
Joshua and Ida were married in Mitchell Co., Kansas where the two oldest children born there. Joshua made the "Run" into Oklahoma and settled in Tonkawa where three children were born (son Henry Wadsworth died at age 6 mos). They sold out and moved to Eureka Kansas where the last two girls were born. They came to Tulsa County in 1905 settling in Alsuma. At statehood they bought a farm and build a house at 71st and Peoria. He was a farmer and his land was from Peoria to the river north beyond 66th and south to the bend in the Arkansas River. He had a Dog race track along the river just north of 66th and built the Riverside Park (Swimming Pool and dance hall) just south of their house. The corner of 71st and Peoria was known as "Cline Corner" in the early days.