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The Most Photographed Dog in the World

On the morning of February 12, 1946, three gunshots ripped through the air in Claremore, Oklahoma. Those shots killed the famous Collie Sunnybrook, who belonged to Robert and Paula Love. He was known as “the most photographed dog in the … Continue reading

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The James Thurber Newspaper clippings

  James Thurber was a man of many talents, somebody that identified as a cartoonist, an author, and an actor. The Thurber clippings collection is currently being processed at the McFarlin Library special collections, where a large number of newspaper … Continue reading

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Eleanor Frame Scrapbooks

The reason I started looking at the Eleanor Frame scrapbook originally is that we share the last name Frame. I found this to be fascinating as my father that is from Scotland would remind me that the name Frame is … Continue reading

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Special Collections in the news

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.

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