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Ralston Independent, also known as the Independent, began on December 1, 1910 in Ralston, Pawnee County, Oklahoma. Added:
The Ralston Tribune began publication in 1916 with O. L. Browning as the editor and publisher. The weekly ceased in 1921. Added:
On July 31, 1903, A. E. Wood started the
Red Rock Opinion out of Red Rock in Noble County. The publication held connections to the Republican Party. Added:
Renfrew’s Record began publication in 1902 by James P. Renfrew after he left his editor position at another Alva-based newspaper, the
Alva Review to start his own publication. Added:
Photographs of agricultural activities and events in Oklahoma in the first half of the twentieth century. The Edd Roberts Collection represents the most extensive coverage of agricultural topics in the OHS collections.
The Rocky News began publication in 1914 in Rocky, Washita County as a weekly, published by W. S. Quinn and ceasing in 1925. Added:
Photographs documenting people, weather conditions, parades, and other activities.