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Photographs and postcards from the collection of Frank Parman, co-founder of Point Riders Press and Individual Artists of Oklahoma (IAO).
The Pauls Valley Democrat, a continuation of the Pauls Valley Sentinel was founded in 1898 by Miles Lasater.
The People’s Voice was founded in Norman, Oklahoma in August 1892. The paper ceased publication in 1910 but continued under the name of the Cleveland County Enterprise.
The Enterprise-Times was established in 1895 in Perry, Oklahoma, issued as both a weekly and daily issue.
Early 20th century postcards and photos depicting street scenes, floats, decorated buggies and automobiles, and marching bands in parades in Perry, Oklahoma.
The Pittsburg County Guardian was published in McAlester, Oklahoma from 1905 until 1924.
The Prague Record was established in April of 1917 as a weekly newspaper in Prague, Oklahoma. Frank S. Nipper bought the paper and functioned as editor.
Established in 1893 in Hennessey, Oklahoma Territory. In 1895, the owner of the Hennessey Press purchased the subscription books of the Hennessey Democrat and consolidated the papers.
Photographs from the collection of Haskell Pruett, founder of Oklahoma A&M's Department of Photography.