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Newspapers -- Oklahoma -- Tulsa.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

LaVere Shoenfelt Anderson collection, 1948-1998

 Collection
Identifier: 1999-001
Scope and Contents The LaVere Shoenfelt Anderson collection consists of correspondence from LaVere Anderson to her friend, Marie Moody. This group of cards and letters consists primarily of anecdotes and remembrances from Mrs. Anderson's past, with personal notes attached and dates from 1987-1998. All other correspondence is from friends and/or colleagues and dates from 1948-1973. Other materials included in the collection consist of articles written by Mrs. Anderson (typescripts, carbon copy typescripts and...
Dates: 1948 - 1998

Maurice G. Duncan collection of WWII-era newspapers and magazines, 1939-1945.

 Collection
Identifier: 2017-019
Scope and Contents Tulsa Tribune and Tulsa World newspaper segments; individual issues (New York World-Telegrah, Pittsburgh Press, Chicago Sun, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Kansas City Star, Kansas City Times, Atlanta Journal, Oklahoma City Times) all dating from 1939-1945, and featuring the top news stories regarding the war. Also inlcuded are WWII pages excised from Life Magazine.
Dates: 1939 - 1945

Newspapers

 File
Identifier: 2006.012.18
Scope and Contents From the Item: Consists of materials pertaining to Oklahoma and Oklahomans in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The Oklahoma Collection subsumes the old Oklahoma Ephemera, Oklahoma Historical Photos and Docs and Oklahoma Maps collections. Ephemera was a remnant of the McFarlin Reference Department's vertical files, the larger portion having been sent to the Tulsa City-County Library, which was kept during the late 1940s through the 1970s. The ephemera is comprised of press cuttings from...
Dates: 1864 - 1991

William Settle papers, 1900-1985

 Collection
Identifier: 1995-004
Scope and Contents Research materials related to the history of Tulsa compiled for the purpose of writing a book on the topic sponsored by the Army Corps of Engineers in Tulsa. Items included are newspaper clippings, theses, pamphlets, newsletters, taped interviews and transcripts, and photographs. Some material related to Dr. Settle's dissertation on Jesse James and on dime novels. Dr. Settle was a faculty member of the history department at The University of Tulsa.
Dates: 1900 - 1985