Tag Archives: Oklahoma

Henry B. Bass “Dear Everybody” Newsletters: An Oklahoman Point of View

Henry B. Bass was an Enid, Oklahoma contractor and an avid collector of poetry about Abraham Lincoln. Bass was elected¬†into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1967. He was a nationally recognized authority on the Civil War. He also wrote … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Aerospace and Aviation Industries in Oklahoma

Many people outside the state of Oklahoma do not realize the role the Sooner State has played in the history of the aerospace and aviation industries in the United States. Since World War II, Oklahoma has been one of the … Continue reading

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New Acquisitions

We have recently acquired the following titles and collections: Fulbright, Jim and Albert Stehno. The vanished herd: the history of the Cherokee Strip Cowpunchers’ Association and the cattlemen and drovers of early-day Oklahoma. Wyandotte, Okla.: Gregath, 2011 (F702.C42 F85 2011): … Continue reading

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