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Printed copy of The Tulsa Race Riot by Scott Ellsworth. 115 pp. Includes handwritten notes.

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The research materials of William M. O'Brien, local historian.
Dates: 1921 - 2000

Photocopy: Chapter 4, Ku Klux Klan and Chapter 5, The Race Riot. Includes handwritten notes.

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The research materials of William M. O'Brien, local historian.
Dates: 1921 - 2000

"The Conspiracy of Silence," in Oklahoma Eagle, 1983, June 2

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 14
Identifier: 1989.004.2
Scope and Contents Photocopy of "The Conspiracy of Silence. 62nd anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa race riot" in Oklahoma Eagle from June, 2, 1983. The article reproduces quotation from a publication by Ruth Sigler Avery in the Eastern Oklahoma Catholic. Avery, who was writing a book about the Riot, argued that there was a concerted effort to erase the Riot from the history of Tulsa, which included the deliberate disappearance of historical material and the impunity of those responsbile for burning the city's black...
Dates: 1983, June 2

Ashley Parrish, "Riot Survivor Feels Blessed," in Tulsa World, 2000, June 1

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 28
Identifier: 1989.004.2
Scope and Contents Ashley Parrish, "Riot Survivor Feels Blessed," in Tulsa World, June 1, 2000, Final Home Edition, News, p. 2. The article tells the story of Theodore Porterfield in the context of commemorations fopr the 79th anniversary of the Riot. Porterfield, a cancer patient who survived the Riot as a 4-year-old and was separated from his family for days, gives his opinion about the importance of events to honor survivors, especially memorial services in Church. The article reports that the State...
Dates: 2000, June 1

Scene during Tulsa Race Riot, 1921-06-01

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 1
Identifier: 1989.004.5.1; 2013.009.6
Scope and Contents A Postcard showing a group of African-Americans and armed Whites in civilian attire standing on a road. There is a building and two vehicles behind the crowd. One man is refilling the radiator of one of the vehicles.
Title is taken from the writing on the face of the postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.
The photographer is unidentified. The Postcards were first published in 1921.
Dates: 1921-06-01

Little Africa on Fire, Tulsa Race Riot, 1921-06-01

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 1
Identifier: 1989.004.5.2
Scope and Contents A postcard showing the scene from the roof of the Hotel Tulsa on 3rd St. between Boston Ave. and Cincinnati Ave.. The first row of buildings is along 2nd St. The smoke cloud on the left (Cincinnati Ave. and the Frisco Tracks) is identified in the Tulsa Tribune version of this photo as being where the fire started.Title is taken from the writing on the face of the postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.The photographer is unidentified. The Postcards...
Dates: 1921-06-01

Scene at Convention Hall. Tulsa Race Riot, 1921-06-01

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 2
Identifier: 1989.004.5.3
Scope and Contents A postcard showing a truck parked in front of the Convention Hall. One man lies on the bed of the truck, either wounded or dead, while two others sit to either side. A man in civilian attire stands guard over them.
Title is taken from the writing on the face of the postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.
The Postcards were first published in 1921.
Dates: 1921-06-01

All that was left of his home after Tulsa Race Riot, 1921-06

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 2
Identifier: 1989.004.5.4
Scope and Contents A postcard showing an unidentified man standing alone amidst the desolation and the ruins of what is described as his home. The placement of the ruins of Dunbar Elementary School in the background indicates that this photo was taken on either North Greenwood Ave. or North Frankfort Ave.
Title is taken from the writing on the face of the postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.
The photographer is unidentified. The Postcards were first published in 1921.
Dates: 1921-06

Little Africa on fire. Tulsa Race Riot, 1921-06-01

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 3
Identifier: 1989.004.5.5
Scope and Contents This photo on this postcard was taken from on top of the Santa Fe Freight office at 1st St. and Elgin Ave., showing the fires on Archer towards Greenwood. The Goodner-Malone company (1 N. Frankfurt Ave.) building is in the center of the photo.
Title is taken from the writing on the face of the Postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.
The photographer is unidentified. The Postcards were first published in 1921.
Dates: 1921-06-01

Ruins of the Tulsa Race Riot 6-1-21, 1921-06-01

 Item — Box: 5, Page: 7
Identifier: 1989.004.5.13
Scope and Contents A Postcard showing an image taken from the roof of Booker T. Washington High School, looking south towards downtown. The ruins of the Stradford Building #2 (507 N. Elgin) are on the right.
Title is taken from the writing on the face of the postcard. Digital image has been modified from the original for clarity.
The photographer is unidentified. The Postcards were first published in 1921.
Dates: 1921-06-01

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Little, Mabel, 1896-2001 4