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The Manchester Journal was founded in 1893 as a politically independent newspaper. The paper continued to serve the Manchester area until 1928 when it ceased publication. Added:
These newspapers served the Mangum, Oklahoma area. The
Star merged with several other titles during its long run. Added:
Maramec News began in 1912 in the town of Maramec, Pawnee County, Oklahoma. It was published by George M. Caldwell on a weekly basis. Added:
With emphasis on the Enid area, these images span some five decades of Oklahoma history.
Semi-weekly newspaper published in Idabel, Oklahoma from 1907 to 1969.
Photographs and documents related to William A. McGalliard, photographer, author, reporter, and historian.
The Medford Patriot began in 1901 and was published until 1913. Its geographic coverage included Medford and Grant County, and it was published on a weekly basis by Palmer & Son. Added:
The Medford Star was published in Medford, Grant County from the 1890s until 1913. Its geographic coverage included Gibbon, Grant County as well as Medford. Added:
Photographs from the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division show people, events, and places.
Photographs of people, places, and products from the first half of the twentieth century. The collection emphasizes Oklahoma City street scenes, skylines, individual buildings, and aerial views.
Mulhall Enterprise was published by Willis B. Ehrman starting in 1894. It circulated every Friday with D. C. Dwinnell as the editor and James H. Scarr as the general manager. Added:
Photographs of people and scenes in and around Oklahoma City.
The paper was founded in Muskogee, Indian Territory in 1901. The publication held a distinctly Republican point of view, with a focus on educating its readership in politics benefitting African Americans.
Newspapers published in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Titles include Muskogee Daily News and Muskogee Press.
This newspaper was published in Muskogee, Indian Territory by Phoenix Print Company from 1901 until 1971.