Tulsa (Okla.) -- History
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
"Scene during Tulsa Race Riot, June 1, 1921"
Terry Miesse photographs, late 1800s-mid 1900s
Consists of 22 photographs featuring children and/or adults, mostly unidentified; record pages excised from [family] bible(s); dinner theatre program and hotel menus.
The Cities of America, Tulsa, 1947-07-05
Photocopy of the actual article.
Truck being used to gather up colored victims during Tulsa Race Riot, 6-1-21
Tulsa area historical slides, Undated
Color and black/white Kodachrome slides depicting the early history and people of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Most of the slides have handwritten descriptions. This was accumulated by history professor William Settle, presumably for a presentation on the history of Tulsa.
Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 archive
Unidentified Historical Research Notes, Undated
Notes on cards and sheets of paper on various topics including Tulsa history, Ozark superstitions, Native American dance and culture, and other topics. This may have been in preparation of the researcher writing a fictional novel.
United Confederate Veterans pennant, 1918
Pennant from the 1918 meeting of United Confederate Veterans in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Willena Wood Union High School memory book, 1926-1928
Union High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma photo album and memory book belonging to Willena Wood. Also includes 93 photographs from a family trip to Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak, New Mexico and Oklahoma; Willena Wood and her friends; graduating class of 1925 Union High School; Union High School basketball team; and Union High School faculty members. Also included are names and addresses of Woods's friends in Tulsa and Broken Arrow.