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Tenney, John Richard, 1935-1962

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1935-01-25 - 1962-08-27

Found in 271 Collections and/or Records:

"A Guide to Help You Find Relaxation and Enjoyment....", Undated

 Item
Identifier: 2006.012.15
Scope and Contents

"...In the Union." Brochure containing the floor plans for basement through 4th floor of the Student Union. Diagrams by Sorey, Hill and Sorey, Architects and P.A. Wilber and Associates; decorated by John Raedeker.

Dates: Publication: Undated

Alabaster Caverns, 1950s

 File
Identifier: 2006.012.4
Scope and Contents

View of a cave entrance at Cedar Canyon Park, located south of Freedom, Oklahoma. Tenney.

Dates: 1950s

Alabaster Caverns of Oklahoma..., 1940s

 Item
Identifier: 2006.012.1
Scope and Contents

...in the Famous Cimarron Country. Tourism brochure.

Dates: Publication: 1940s

Alabaster Caverns of Oklahoma...., 1940s

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Identifier: 2006.012.1
Scope and Contents

...Oklahoma's Underground Wonderland. Tourism brochure.

Dates: Publication: 1940s

An Exhibition of Paintings and Bronzes by Remington and Russell, 1957

 Item
Identifier: 2006.012.18
Scope and Contents

Exhibition catalog for an exhibit of paintings and bronzes by Fredereic Remington and Charles M. Russell.

Dates: Event: 1957

Antelope Springs

 File
Identifier: 2006.012.1

Art Craft Gallery

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Identifier: 2006.012.6
Scope and Contents

Exterior view, as seen from the sidewalk, of the entrance to the gallery. Copyright Dick Tenney.

Dates: 1864 - 1991

Battle of Wolf Creek

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Identifier: 2006.012.20
Scope and Contents

Image featuring the site of the Battle of Wolf Creek, the largest intertribal battle on the Southern Plains, fought in mid-June 1838 on Wolf Creek in northwest Oklahoma. The allied tribes of the Cheyenne and Arapaho attacked the confederated villages of Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache. The site was about twenty miles north of where Fort Supply would be built in 1868.

Dates: 1864 - 1991

Battleground historical marker, 1950s

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Identifier: 2006.012.4
Scope and Contents

View of the Caving Banks battleground historical marker, located near Turley, Oklahoma. "The battle of Caving Banks between 1500 Texas and Indian Cavalrymen under Confederate Col. D.M. Cooper and 2500 Local Creeks and Cherokees...."

Dates: 1950s