Tulsa State Fair
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to J. L. Shakely from L. E. Ferguson, discussing an old Lucey Slush Pump (1920) that was lent to the Oil Exposition in 1938.
Letter to John Steiger from J. L. Shakely, discussing the use of the West basement in the Cafeteria Building at the Fair Grounds.
Letter to Shakely from Clarence C. Lester, discussing the removal of a small building of the Union Tank Comapny.
Attached is a copy of letter to Clarence C. Lester from Marshall L. Stirling, dated Match 23, 1964.
Confidential memo to W. K. Warren from J. L. Shakely, discussing the debt that needs to be settled by the Fair.
This silent color film begins with livestock images a the Tulsa State Fair including a pig, horses cattle, as well as people and rides, as well as a woman high diving into a burning water tank. At 2:20 there is an outdoor concert by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys followed at 4:40, a rodeo.