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Calvary Baptist Church

Description: Photograph used for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "(Photo of a sanctuary from the upper deck seating, podium and choir area at bottom right, other settin throught, and more.)" OHS note on this photograph: this is an interior view of the Calvary Baptist Church in Deep Deuce, Oklahoma City.
Date: 1978
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Gray, Sally

Description: "Exploring Graveyard Bluff Near Marietta: Pleasure and Ordeal", Daily Ardmoreite, April 2, 1978. Story of visit to the home of Edmund Pickens, first Chickasaw Chief in Indian Territory, at Graveyard Bluff (or Red River Bluff) near the community of Enville, southeast of Marietta. Location of Pickens grave and the grave of S. E. Duncan, Jan. 1835-Aug. 1889, are mentioned along with one of Johnson Pickens, son of Edmond. newspaper articles, two pages
Date: 1978
Creator: Gray, Sally
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

Nu Vista Club

Description: Photograph of Christmas Coffee 1978. L to R: 1. Miss Forrest Hill, 2-8. UNIDENTIFIED. Seated: 1-9. UNIDENTIFIED. Photo by Simmons Studio, Oklahoma City, OK, c. 1978.
Date: 1978~
Creator: Simmons Studio
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nu Vista Club

Description: Photograph of Christmas Coffee 1978. L to R: 1. Miss Janice Marie Harper, 2-7. UNIDENTIFIED. Photo by Simmons Studio, Oklahoma City, OK, c. 1978.
Date: 1978~
Creator: Simmons Studio
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Pauls Valley's History...

Description: Pauls Valley Daily Democrat, Nov. 16, 1978. History of the town and its founder Smith Paul. Pictures of early Pauls Valley, from the Garvin County Historical Society, are included with the articles. Ft. Arbuckle and the Butterfield Stage are mentioned. newspaper articles, full page (2); gift-Charles Smith, Maysville
Date: 1978
Partner: Ardmore Public Library

[Photograph 2012.201.B0072.0344]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "Kansas ' Clint Johnson, with net slung around his neck, has something to shout about after Jay-Hawks won the Big Eight Holiday tourney championship Friday night.."
Date: January 1, 1978
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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