Author Archives: Marc Carlson
In 2010, the Department of Special Collections acquired a nursing journal and photograph album that belonged to Sister Alice Welford, Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve, during the First World War. The Alice Welford Archive. Coll No. 2010.064 has … Continue reading
The Department of Special Collections has received this recently published booklet. Lucy London, Women Casualties of the Great War in Military Cemeteries. Volume 1: Belgium and France. (D628.W66 2016). This is the first of an expected series that will record … Continue reading
Jacob Frank Standiford (1852-?) was a photographer in Indian Territory. He was originally from what would become West Virginia, and part of his life was lived in Illinois and Kansas. In 1878, he moved to Muskogee, I.T. and received a … Continue reading
The staff recently began moving in the Jack C. Rea Library of Science Fiction, approximately 81 linear feet of hard cover first editions and first bound editions of the works of Science Fiction authors from the 1930s to the 1990s. … Continue reading
This week the department of Special Collections and University Archives has acquired a set of 24 cabinet card mounted photographs mostly taken in Indian and Oklahoma Territories and generally of Native American related subjects. The collection was assembled by Esther … Continue reading
This, the second installment on the history of the university, examines the history from the establishment of the school to the move to Tulsa. The first entry can be found here. Henry Kendall College opened its doors on September 12, 1894, … Continue reading
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This morning the Department of Special Collections and University Archives appeared in the Tulsa World in an article about the E. Nelson Bridwell Collections (1989.001). The article may be found at here.
As part of our ongoing efforts to make our World War I holdings available online, we are trying to find ways to include documents as well as photographs online. Because of the software we use, it is difficult to have … Continue reading
As part of our ongoing efforts to make our World War I holdings available online, several batches of photographs have been added to our WWI photographs digital collections site in February. Specifically these are: WWI photographs, 1918-1935. Coll No. 2001.073. … Continue reading