Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 85, Number 2, Summer 2007 Page: 221
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Notes and Document section from Volume 85, Number 2, Summer 2007. It includes the "Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame: Pendleton Woods and Martin A. Hagerstrand" which honors Pendleton Woods and Martin A. Hagerstrand's inductions into the Oklahoma Historian Hall of Fame in April 2007. It also includes Dianna Everett's "1950s Oklahoma in the Hillerman Photographs" which details the Barney Hillerman Collection of photographs that is held by the Oklahoma Historical Society and includes a selection of the digitized photographs that capture the essence of the 1950s era in Oklahoma history.
This article takes a look back at the semi-centennial celebration of 1957 as Oklahoma prepares to celebrate the centennial of 1907 statehood in 2007.
For the Record Section from Volume 85, Number 2, Summer 2007. It presents the minutes from the regular quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was called to order by the president, Leonard Logan, at 1:30pm on Wednesday, January 24, 2007.
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