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Money Matters: The Stamp Scrip Movement in Depression-Era Oklahoma

Description: Article expanding on the previous 2004 article on Oklahoma's reaction to the depression era banking crisis of early 1933. In this article, Gatch ties the origin of the scrip movement to the writings of Yale University's professor Irving Fisher and traces the implementation of scrip schemes in nearly three dozen Oklahoma towns and explains the reasons for scrip's early success and rapid demise.
Date: Autumn 2006
Creator: Gatch, Loren
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Harry Campbell

Description: Article provides a biographical sketch of the life and career of Judge Henry Campbell, a civil and legal leader for the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Charles Evans includes some of the man's reminiscences after describing his many contributions.
Date: Winter 1950
Creator: Evans, Charles
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

On the Banks of the Arkansas: Blackburn, an Oklahoma Town

Description: Article describes the founding and growth of the town of Blackburn on the banks of the Arkansas River. Jean Hager relates the celebratory events as well as conflicts in early Blackburn through excerpts of documentation from the early 1900s.
Date: Winter 1980
Creator: Hager, Jean
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Redmond Selecman Cole

Description: Article pays tribute to the life and work of Redmond Selecman Cole, a member of the Oklahoma Historical Society Board of Directors who held numerous public posts in the Pawnee-Tulsa area. Fannie Brownlee Misch discusses his journey from County Attorney to Mayor of Pawnee to Judge of the district, and his involvement in numerous societies.
Date: Autumn 1960
Creator: Misch, Fannie Brownlee
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Location of the Battle of Round Mountains

Description: Article provides a summary of the information collected by the author from various sources about the location of the Battle of Round Mountain. Angie Debo discusses the debate over its precise location and the work of the Payne County Historical Society.
Date: Spring 1963
Creator: Debo, Angie
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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