Tulsa (Okla.) -- History
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Cardboard mock up of the front cover of the issue of the Saturday Evening Post with the article, "The Cities of America: Tulsa" by Wesley W. Stout.
Carboard advertisement for "America's Oil Capital, Tulsa, The Cities of America Series" for The Saturday Evening Post."
A collection pf papers, letters and ephemera relating to Charles Alfred Bredin. A Diary and some materials set during his time in Co. D, 317th Machine Gun Battalion, 81st Division, AEF during the first World War. He later served with the 15th Infantry Regt. in China. Correspondence with his fiance, Grace Manning (AKA Olivia Lee Bredin). Bredin was originally from New York, and later moved to Tulsa in the 1930s.
Photographs taken of the parade of Confederate Veterans for the encampment held in Tulsa 24-27 September 1918 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans post.
Fannie Brownlee Misch photograph of Lilah D. Lindsey is a large, oval-framed photograph of an early Tulsa educator. Accompanying note: "This portrait was likely taken soon after 1895 br Dick Hughes, first resident photographer in Tulsa. Lilah L. did retouching for him. This was not included with the Shleppy materials. I aquired it from Louise Whitam early historian."
4 volumes of scrapbooks of TU athletic and other events. At least one volume contains photographs of WWI era soldiers training.
124 unidentified photos featuring men, women and children of the Greenwood community in the 1920s, mounted on black pages of a black photo album.