Explore 9 Collections -
Newspapers published in Oklahoma by and for African-American communities.
Postcard photos of early day buildings, street scenes, parks, ranches, and oil and gas fields.
This paper served the town of Altus from ~ 1900 to 1917. In 1917, it merged with the weekly
The Oklahoma Democrat and became the Times-Democrat. Added:
Starting in 1904, J.P. Orr published The
Altus Weekly News every Thursday as an eight-page, five-column newspaper, also serving as editor. Added:
Photographs of expositions, pow-wows, homecomings, festivals, and other cultural events.
Photographs documenting more than a hundred years of Red Cross service to Oklahomans.
Spanning the years 1950 to 2008, this collection of more than 50,000 images covers communities across Oklahoma, along with their events, scenery, buildings, art, businesses, industries, and people. Photojournalist Jim Argo co-authored three books on Oklahoma and contributed photographs to another fourteen. He was inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame in 1997.
This paper was a weekly publication established in June of 1887 and was devoted to the "Education, Progress, and Advancement of the Cherokee Nation." B. H. Stone was the editor and publisher.
Scenes of civil engineering and agricultural activities.