Frank Dale (November 26, 1849 – February 10, 1930) was the Chief Justice of the Territorial Supreme Court of Oklahoma Territory from 1893 until 1898. Born in Somonauk, Illinois, he pioneered both in Kansas and Oklahoma, becoming a well-known attorney in both states. Both the towns of Andale, Kansas, and Dale, Oklahoma, are named for him.
During World War II, the US Merchant marine had a ship “SS Frank Dale”. She sailed under charter to the North Atlantic & Gulf Steamship Company.
- Judge Frank Dale
- Obituary; The Wichita Eagle
- "The Supreme Court of the Terriroty of Oklahoma". Chronicles of Oklahoma. Vol 13, No. 2, June 1935
- A History of Andale
- Frank Dale-Biographical Sketch; History of the State of Kansas. William G. Cutler
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