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I-35 Meeting

Description: Column concerns meeting on construction of I-35 held at Ardmore Chamber of Commerce. Tom Tipps, Joe Baily Cobb, Frank Lyons, Glenn Ham and Virgil Jumper are mentioned as attending. Slowness of completion through this area is topic of the meeting. newspaper article, original
Date: 2013

64 Years - Young

Description: Story, with photos, of the celebration of this years annual birthday party for Ardmore. Some of the people pictured are John Easley Riesen, Frank Shellenberger, Floyd Randolph, Dr. Walter Hardy, Mrs. W. R. Burnitt and Charlie Roberts. Photos of Main Street in 1896, and 1951, are with the article. newspaper article, full page
Date: 2013

90 Pounds Of Human Dynamite

Description: Story of Kate Barnard, the first woman in the United States to be elected to state office. Her election, in Nov. 1907, as the first Commissioner of Charities and Corrections in Okla. And dedication to the poor and needy are part of this article. 2 pages, newspaper section newspaper article, original, with photo of Barnard
Date: 2013
Creator: Bracken, Nell

101 Ranch

Description: First Bulldogger 101 Ranch Hand story of Bill Pickett, Old timers Of Ranch Meeting Here-reunion of former ranch hands and performers, First Medallion Of Series Pictures 101 Miller Brothers-story of commemorative medal in honor of the famous ranch. newspaper section, 12 pages, original
Date: 2013

101 Ranch Wild West Show

Description: Letter to Mac McGalliard from Ron Skaggs, Sept. 17, __, stating he had a trunk that originally belonged to a performer with the Wild West Show. He had taken the trunk to Floyd Randolph to have new handles fitted and had learned a lot about the Wild West Show from him.
Date: unknown
Creator: Skaggs, Ron

700 Ranch House

Description: Page from Shrine Rodeo program relating the story of ranch owned by Jim, Andy and Joe Roff. Death of Jim and Andy, at the hands of outlaws, and work by Marshal Heck Thomas is related.
Date: unknown
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