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[2012.201.B0318.0358]

Description: Photograph is of a man in a baseball uniform with one arm outstretched with a baseball mitt on reached out to the camera and the other hand with a baseball mitt on it too near his shoulder.
Date: August 15, 1940
Creator: Owen, A. Y.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0957.0072]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "A forest of idle drilling rigs is part of the market strategy of Suits Rig Corp., Enid, which amassed a fleet of 71 rigs since the oil industry collapsed in 1982." Photograph is of thirteen modern oil rigs in an open field not in use.
Date: August 15, 1991
Creator: Gooch, Steve
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Appalachia Out-Look. (Pawnee County, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 15, 1907

Description: Weekly newspaper from Appalachia, Oklahoma Territory that includes local, territorial, and national news along with advertising. Keystone and Appalachia began as two different towns separated by the Cimarron River, both ceased to exist upon completion of the Keystone Dam. Today both towns are covered by the Keystone Lake.
Date: August 15, 1907
Creator: Snow, A. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Baseball players Earl Huckleberry and Conrad Fisher

Description: Photograph is of two men wearing matching baseball uniforms. One man is crouched down while another is standing with his hands on his hip. Caption: "Long Earl Huckleberry, right of Seminole, established himself as one of the crack pitchers of the sandlot tourney by fanning 12 batters in his first start. His battery mate, left above, is Conrad Fisher, also the team's manager." Additional information not included in the Daily Oklahoman caption: Earl Eugene Huckleberry was born in Konawa, Oklahoma. He is part of baseball history because his entire major league baseball career consisted of one (1) game. Huckleberry was signed by the Philadelphia Athletics and pitched one game in Philadelphia on Friday, September 13 against the Chicago White Sox. Huckleberry was the winning pitcher in a 14-5 victory. He was sent back to Oklahoma and never played major league baseball again. He continued to pitch for various Oklahoma semi-pro teams through the 1940's.
Date: August 15, 1935
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Basement Box 51.0051]

Description: Caption: "Mrs. Mildred Faucett went to work in 1948, left in 1950 to raise a family, "came back to help out in 1955 and I'm still here." Picture of woman.
Date: August 15, 1969
Creator: Albright, Bob
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Basement Box 51.0129]

Description: Caption: "Fire generated by plastic bags and sugar damaged a downtown candy making firm early this morning. Fire officials estimated damage to Liberty Enterprise, 917 N. Broadway, at $15,000." Man inspects fire damaged candy.
Date: August 15, 1969
Creator: Albright, Bob
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society