Ringling, Namesake of Circus Tycoon

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by Opal Hartsell Brown. From Prairie Lore, Oct. 1975, book no. 46, pub. by Southwestern Okla. Historical Society, vol. 12, no. 3. Story of birth of town of Ringling. Stories of how its namesake, John Ringling, was involved in the towns beginning include contact with Jake Hamon and John F. Easley. Other pioneers in the area are mentioned. 8 pages, photocopied (two copies)

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Hartsell Brown, Opal 1975.

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by Opal Hartsell Brown. From Prairie Lore, Oct. 1975, book no. 46, pub. by Southwestern Okla. Historical Society, vol. 12, no. 3. Story of birth of town of Ringling. Stories of how its namesake, John Ringling, was involved in the towns beginning include contact with Jake Hamon and John F. Easley. Other pioneers in the area are mentioned. 8 pages, photocopied (two copies)

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16 p.

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Hartsell Brown, Opal. Ringling, Namesake of Circus Tycoon, text, 1975; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1626681/: accessed September 28, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Ardmore Public Library.