Explore 20 Collections - H Matching

Jewell L. Hardy Collection

Portraits of Choctaw men, women, and children.

Added: May 2019.

Juanita Hardy Collection

Photographs of sand storms rolling in.

Added: May 2019.

Lee Harkins Collection

Photographs from the collection of Oklahoma journalist and publisher Lee Harkins.

Added: May 2019.

Harlow’s Weekly

Victor Harlow published the first issue of Harlow’s Weekly on Aug 17, 1912. The paper was distributed around the nation until it ceased publication in January 1940.

Added: November 2019.

William F. Harn Collection

Photographs from the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division include landscapes and people.

Added: May 2019.

Harper County Democrat

The Harper County Democrat began publication in 1907 with E. L. Adams as editor and publisher. The paper adhered to views of the Democratic Party.

Added: April 2017.

John Harrah Collection

Documents related to Cherokee assistance to the Union Army.

Added: November 2019.

Ruth Harris Collection

Photographs showing construction and architectural details of Oklahoma City's Federal Post Office and Courthouse from 1917 to 1919.

Added: May 2019.

Hennessey Clipper

Since 1890, this newspaper has served the Hennessey community through weekly distribution of printed information.

Added: November 2012.

The Hennessey Eagle

The Hennessey Eagle was owned by the Hennessey Publishing Company and edited by J. E. Hutchinson. The paper was issued every Thursday and claimed to be independent in politics.

Added: August 2012.

The Hennessey Kicker

The Hennessey Kicker was started in 1893 and was issued on Saturdays by the Bert Campbell Printing Company.

Added: July 2012.

The Herald-Sentinel (Cordell and Cloud Chief, Okla.)

The Herald-Sentinel was published in Cloud Chief, Oklahoma Territory from 1893 until 1900 and published in Cordell, Oklahoma from 1905 to 1919 on Fridays.

Added: October 2013.

Heye Foundation Collection

Photographs of Indian Territory with an emphasis on the northeastern section.

Added: November 2019.

Hobart Democrat Chief

Reflective of the changes in the Oklahoma town of Hobart, the Democrat Chief began publication in 1906.

Added: October 2013.

The Hobart News-Republican

The Hobart News-Republican began as the Hobart Republican in August of 1901, spanning the area in and around Hobart in Kiowa County.

Added: May 2014.

Charles Turner Hocker Collection

Photographs from the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division feature people, buildings, and vehicles.

Added: May 2019.

The Hollis and Harmon County Tribune

The Harmon County Tribune, the official newspaper of Harmon County, was published in Hollis from 1914 to 1922.

Added: June 2014.

Hollis Post Herald

J.B. Randle published the Hollis Post-Herald from 1906 until 1922, serving the southern Oklahoma town of Hollis and the surrounding areas.

Added: October 2013.

Hominy, Oklahoma, Newspapers

Newspapers published in Hominy, Osage County, Oklahoma. Titles include Hominy News, Hominy Republican, Hominy News Republican, Osage Eagle, Hominy Herald, Hominy Journal, and Hominy News. Progress.

Added: November 2019.

The Hooker Advance

Hooker Advance began February 19, 1904. It was a predominately Republican newspaper, edited and published by Jesse S. Moffitt. The paper is still in circulation in the town and Texas County.

Added: June 2014.
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