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Oklahoma City Pointer preceded the Free Daily Pointer, started by brothers Howard and William Tucker in 1902. Added:
Long since incorporated into the
Oklahoman, the Oklahoma City Times first published in 1888. The paper had worldwide circulation, Added:
The Oklahoma Digital Newspaper Program exists to fulfill the goal of digitizing and making freely available as many Oklahoma-related newspaper titles as possible.
Oklahoma Farmer, the "One Down-to-Date Farm Paper of Oklahoma and Ind. Terr.," was established in Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory, in 1890. Added:
Oklahoma Farmer and Laborer, of Guthrie and Sapulpa, Oklahoma, was published by the Oklahoma Farmer and Laborer Company beginning in 1909. Added:
Newspapers published in Oklahoma by and for German communities. Titles include
Der Courier, Oklahoma Vorwarts, Zions=Bote, Oklahoma Volksblatt, and Oklahoma Neuigkeiten. Added:
The Oklahoma Guide was the first African-American newspaper founded in Oklahoma. The paper kept a close watch and reported on injustices in both the Oklahoma and Indian Territories. Added:
These photographs document individual portraits, street scenes, and pictures of landmarks and buildings taken between 1890 and 1920 across the state of Oklahoma.
Newspapers published in the interest of labor unions and practices in the region. Titles include
The Farmers’ Union Advocate, Oklahoma Farmer and Laborer, Oklahoma Labor Unit and The Labor Review. Added:
Oklahoma Weekly Leader was established in 1893 in Guthrie, Oklahoma and was the weekly edition of the Guthrie Daily Leader. Added:
The Socialist newspaper
The Oklahoma Leader ran weekly in Oklahoma City from 1918 to 1928. Added:
Serving the mining town of Krebs, Pittsburg County since 1912, the Democratic weekly provided citizens with local and national news. It ran until the 1920s and is still the only paper published in Krebs.
Oklahoma Neuigkeiten, translated as “Oklahoma News,” was a Democratically-affiliated German weekly started in 1902 in Perry, Oklahoma. Added:
The Oklahoma Post consisted of both a daily and weekly paper. Both were published by the Post Publishing Company and edited by J. E. Jenkins. Added:
The Oklahoma Publishing Company, the parent company of many prominent Oklahoma newspapers, amassed a significant collection of photographs that span more than a century. The wide variety of photographs accompanied stories in the newspapers.
Religious organizations and denominations published these newspapers, and much of the content regularly featured religious instructional content.
The Oklahoma Representative, established in 1894, was sponsored by the People’s Party out of Guthrie, Oklahoma. Added:
Newspapers published in Oklahoma in the interest of the Socialist party. Titles include:
The Lancet, The Oklahoma Leader, and the Lincoln County Socialist. Added:
Oklahoma State Register was established in 1891 in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The paper was connected to the People's Party and was used to promote their policies. Added:
In 1889, J. J. Burke and Elmer E. Brown leased the
Oklahoma City Journal from A. C. and W. W. Scott and later bought the operation. Hamlin W. Sawyer bought the Oklahoma City Times and the papers were consolidated into the Oklahoma City Times-Journal. Added:
Orlando Clipper was printed in 1906 and published by D. B. Payne and served the town of Orlando from 1906 until 1935. Added:
Weekly Orlando Herald was printed in 1892 with W. B. Ehrman as publisher. The Weekly Orlando Herald ended its publication in 1898 and was replaced by The Orlando Herald. Added:
Weekly Oklahoma State Capital was published in Guthrie, Logan County, and claimed to be “The First Paper Published in Oklahoma.” Added: