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Here 'N' There

Description: Biographical information of Henry J. Kaiser, first postmaster of "Wynne Wood", from his grandson Clyde Kaiser of Ada, Ok. Also mentioned are the J.H. Walner Store in Cherokee Town (forerunner of Wynnewood), appointment of Henry Kaiser as Commissioner of that district by Judge Parker, and "Indian Police". newspaper article, original
Date: 2013

Wells Fargo Office Traced

Description: Story of location of site of early Wells Fargo office at the Hall Furniture Store in Ardmore. Some information from an old ledger reveals items listed at the office and stable property. Newspaper article, original
Date: August 1, 1965
Creator: Graffham, Beverly

Smoking Room

Description: Report of possible museum of eastern Oklahoma history to be housed in home of Robert S. Kerr near Poteau, in Le Flore County. Newspaper article, original
Date: 2013
Creator: M., R. G.

Shrine Rodeo, 1971

Description: Press release concerning Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez, from Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, Ca. Gonzalez-Gonzalet was one of the stars of the 1971 Shrine Rodeo in Ardmore. 5 pages, typed, duplicated
Date: unknown

Marlow Banker Writes Interesting Story Of Early History of Sulphur

Description: Story told by P. V. Rabb, formerly of Wynnewood, of events recalled in June 1890 on camping trip to Sulphur Spring. Mentioned are: road that began near Texoma Dam and ran past Pavillion Springs, old Froman ranch house, local resident named Fry, first built by Chidister & Swinford, hotel built, Col. Sneed, Indian Territory Bankers Assoc., bankers: J. B. Dabbs, Frank Craig, Clay Webster, R. O. Weems and E. E. White. newspaper article, original
Date: 2013

To Shriners Hospital

Description: Shrine Club, Ardmore. Photo of Darrell Gene Ward, his mother Betty, Shriners Scott King and Jean Neustadt. Darrell is boarding a bus for the Shriners Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., with expenses paid by the Ardmore Shrine Club. Newspaper article, original
Date: 2013

Shrine Rodeo, 1972

Description: Program insert from the night of April 6, 1972. Entrants and events on that nights program are listed. Some of the times for the events are written in on the insert. 1 page, original
Date: unknown

Parade To Launch shrine Rodeo

Description: Report of attractions planned for the parade to open the 10th Annual Shrine Rodeo. Photo of Patsy Neustadt and George Connely as they distribute free tickets fo children from Washington Elementary School. Newspaper article, original
Date: 2013

Sites Need Restoration

Description: Story of Park Hill, south of Tahlequah, the Park Hill Mission-established by Rev. Samuel A. Worcester in 1836, the Park Hill Press-used the alphabet devised by Sequoyah, the Cherokee Female Seminary, the Male Seminary built closer to Tahlequah, home of George Murrell, the Ross and Worcester Mission cemeteries. newspaper article, original
Date: 2013
Creator: Ruth, Kent
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