Explore 9 Collections - F Matching
The first edition of the Fairland News was issued in May of 1892 and combined with The Fairland Herald in 1914 to create The Fairland News-Herald. It ceased publication in 1917.Added: November 2012.
The Farmers’ Champion appeared November 14, 1912, in Elgin, Comanche County, Oklahoma, with the motto, “Free—Fearless—Progressive.”Added: August 2013.
T. B. Ferguson Collection
Photographs dating from 1883 to 1950.Added: May 2019.
John B. Fink Collection
Photographs and postcards of street scenes, buildings, transportation, mining, and historic sites in and around Oklahoma City, as well as several cities in eastern Oklahoma.Added: November 2019.
Sam Flood Collection
Photographs of people, places, and events.Added: May 2019.
Grant Foreman Collection
Photographs from the collection of noted Oklahoma historian, Grant Foreman.Added: May 2020.
Fort Supply Republican
Although the original publication date remains unknown, the Fort Supply Republican began publishing weekly sometime during the early 20th century. The Finch & Herschberger publishing company ran the Republican-leaning newspaper until 1929.Added: April 2017.
The Foss Enterprise was published on a weekly basis (every Friday) starting in 1901 by George W. Fenley. H.M. Diamond edited and published the paper, which measured 20 by 26 inches and spanned four pages.Added: May 2014.
Governor Frank Frantz Papers
Documents and newspaper clippings related to Frank Frantz who became governor of Oklahoma Territory in 1906.Added: November 2019.