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[2012.201.B0104.0296]

Description: A photograph of boxer Larry Brasier of Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, that accompanied a story about his upcoming bout with Joe Louis Hargroves at Stockyards Coliseum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Caption: "The Larry Brasier-Joe Louis Hargroves bout has been put into the main event slot on Tuesday night's pro boxing card at Stockyards Coliseum."
Date: 1970
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0910.0085]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "The second annual Model Hobby Fair featuring model trains, boats, planes, cars. rockets, treasure hunting and ham Saturday and Sunday at the radio gear will be next fairgrounds." Image is of a man wearing a dark button down shirt, light colored pants and dark boots crouched down and adjusting wiring connected to a model rocket ship oon its firing dock. There are wires connecting to a plug nect to the rocket. The man and the rocket are located outside during the daytime on a dirt road in a field.
Date: 1970
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ardmore Children's Shelter

Description: Daily Ardmoreite, June 21, 1970, by Mac McGalliard. Story of opening of the shelter, brought about by the work of the Lion's Club, and other civic organizations.
Date: 1970
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Baker, Minnie M.

Description: Articles from the Durant Daily Democrat, July 16, 1970, Feb. 14, 1971 and Jan. 31, 1972. Reports on workshops and programs given by Miss Baker to groups in Durant, plus note from Miss Baker.
Date: 1970
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Beaver Will Illustrate Book On Indian Legends

Description: Daily Ardmoreite, Sept. 3, 1970, by Mac McGalliard, Story that Fred Beaver, Ardmore, would illustrate the upcoming book, "Creek-Seminole Spiri.t Tales", to be written by Jack Gregory and Rennard Strickland. Photograph of Beaver and the authors is with the article. newspaper article- 2 copies
Date: 1970
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Buck Garrett

Description: "Buck Garrett - Man and Legend", True West, Jan-Feb. 1970, by Louise Riotte. Story includes recollections from Ardmoreites of events involving Garrett, his work in keeping peace in early Ardmore, his wife "Ma" Garrett, returning Clar Smith Hamon to Ardmore for trial, and many accounts of his generosity and concern. It is reported he never killed a man during his years in law enforcement, but had many fights.
Date: 1970
Creator: Riotte, Louise
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Buck Garrett S Bud Ballew - Lawmen Exploits Recalled

Description: Daily Ardmoreite, Feb. 8 & 9, 1970. Reprint of story of two early Ardmore lawmen written in 1921 by Bill Krohn. Accounts of their work in the Ardmore area are told, along with many shootings. Buck Garrett came to Ardmore at the age of 19 and served as a U. S. Marshal, an Ardmore policeman and Carter County Sheriff. Bud Ballew came to Indian Territory at the age of 14 and served as deputy to Buck Garrett beginning in 1912. At the time of the article both men were living,
Date: 1970
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Chief Black Bird

Description: Accounts from the life of this chief of the Omahas, his leadership, superstious beliefs, death from smallpox and burial on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River are included. 3 pages, published material
Date: 1970
Creator: Peterson, Glenda
Partner: Ardmore Public Library