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Newspaper clipping, Fairview Republican 1959

Description: Episcopal Church Congregation Now Holding Services - services every other Sunday with Father R. R. Rhudy of Alva conducting services.
Date: 1959
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Bertha Jackson

Description: Newspaper clipping of Bertha Jackson. It reads, "Effective witness in lay ministry has been displayed for many years by Bertha Jackson in the inner city neighborhood of Walnut Grove in Oklahoma City. The declining area occupied by families of very limited economic ability. Aid, mostly from Oklahoma City area parishes, is distributed by Mrs. Jackson at the St. Francis Mission. (Photo by F.W. Putnam)"
Date: unknown
Creator: F.W. Putnam
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Newpaper Article About St. Matthias Episcopal Church

Description: Newspaper article from Tahlequah Daily Press, April 1988. Congregation meeting at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church has taken St. Matthias as patron saint and applied for recognition.
Date: 1988
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Episcopal Church of Cushing

Description: Newspaper article from Cushing Citizen, May 18, 1928. Cushing hoping to secure church building by sending letter to Bishop Thomas Cassady (sic). Mrs. Blance Little helping to lead project.
Date: 1928
Partner: Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma

Two Newspaper Articles on Frank Frantz

Description: Top: photocopy of a newspaper article regarding a boxing match between Frank Frantz and Theodore Roosevelt, Bottom: photocopy of a newspaper article regarding the marriage of Frank Frantz and Matilda Evans.
Date: 1901
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

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
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Indian's Tribute-to Gen. Custer

Description: A newspaper article published in the Daily Ardmoreite from Spokane, Wash., May 10. (no date) Article containing an account of the Battle of the Little Big Horn as remembered by Benjamin Gallentine, frontiersman and Indian fighter.
Date: 1976?-05-10
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Young and Inexperienced

Description: Column concerns population information that indicates the growing elder citizenship of the country. Also mentioned are figures showing that 53% of the population was under the age of 21 at the time of the Korean War.
Date: 2013
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Indian Artist Wins Again

Description: Newspaper column discussing Fred Beaver winning "First" at the 4th Annual Tulsa Regional Art Exhibition.
Date: December 9, 1970
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Americanism Speech

Description: Column includes: Report of visit by Lt. Gov. Leo Winters to meeting of local civic clubs in Ardmore. Club officers of Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary and Ryonis are named along with visiting members. Report of appearance on the Dorothy Cox show on KXII to promote National Library Week. McGalliard appeared with Ida Williams and Billiee Day. newspaper article, original
Date: April 29, 1965
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

[Reporter's Notebook July 29, 1966]

Description: Column includes: Plans for photo exhibit at Ardmore Public Library by Chickasaw Historical Society in hopes of identifying some of the people and scenes. Report from Clint Estes that one of the first to promote interstate highways was Col. Sidney Suggs, former publisher of the Daily Ardmoreite. Use of asphalt mines in this area was part of the interest. newspaper article, original
Date: July 24, 1966
Creator: McGalliard, William A.
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

News article

Description: No Description Available.
Date: October 26, 2017
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

[Clipping 2017.132.001.70]

Description: News Clipping honoring Reverend W.L Humphrey, Grayson Church, Enid, OK. Though there was a tent school prior, Grayson hosted some of the first African American students in the town before a brick school could be built.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center
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