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Chapman, J. A. (James Allen), 1881-1966

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1881-04-03 - 1966-09-22

A businessman and philanthropist closely associated with Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Chapman, Barnard at Ranch, approximately 1940s

 Item — drawer: 2
Identifier: 2008.049.6.Buildings.1016
Scope and Contents A photograph of James A. Chapman and Horace G. Barnard during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from the Chapman-Barnard Ranch through Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country.
Dates: Other: approximately 1940s

Chapman, Barnard at Ranch, approximately 1940s

 Item — drawer: 2
Identifier: 2008.049.6.Buildings.1018
Scope and Contents A photograph of James A. Chapman and Horace G. Barnard during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country. Photographer’s caption: “J. A. Chapman and H. G. Barnard at the pens in Blackland. The owners were active hands-on cattlemen who relished their time on the...
Dates: Other: approximately 1940s

Chapman, Barnard & Johnson at Ranch, approximately 1940s

 Item — drawer: 2
Identifier: 2008.049.6.Buildings.1013
Scope and Contents A photograph of James A. Chapman, Ben Johnson Sr., Horace G. Barnard at the Chapman-Barnard Ranch, during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country.
Dates: Other: approximately 1940s

Chapman, Barnard & Johnson at Ranch, approximately 1940s

 Item — drawer: 2
Identifier: 2008.049.6.Buildings.1014
Scope and Contents A photograph of James A. Chapman, R. B. Kelley the “railway agent”, Horace G. Barnard, Ben Johnson Sr., at the Chapman-Barnard Ranch, during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country.
Dates: Other: approximately 1940s

Chapman, Barnard & Johnson at Ranch, approximately 1940s

 Item — drawer: 2
Identifier: 2008.049.6.Buildings.1015
Scope and Contents A photograph of James A. Chapman, Ben Johnson Sr, Horace G. Barnard, at the Chapman-Barnard Ranch, during a cattle shipment to the Blackland railroad stop on the Midland Valley Railway. These photographs were taken for a Life Magazine article that was never written. It is believed that more cattle were shipped from Blackland during World War II than anywhere else in the country.
Dates: Other: approximately 1940s

History in Brief of The University of Tulsa, 1901 - 1949

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Two promissory notes from 1919, one from J. A. Chapman, the first check ever written by the Prairie Oil and Gas Co. (1901), typed history of The University of Tulsa (1921).
Dates: 1901 - 1949

James A. Chapman, Undated

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 15
Identifier: 2008.049.5.031

James A. Chapman Library

 Collection
Identifier: 1000-221
Content Description Books donated in memory of James A. Chapman.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
Dates: 1920 - 1969

John Rogers papers, Undated

 Collection
Identifier: 1000-025
Scope and Contents Personal and business papers of Tulsa lawyer, businessman, philanthropist and civic leader instrumental in founding the University of Tulsa's College of Law (which bears his name) and for many years administrator of the Chapman McFarlin Barnard trusts.
Dates: Undated