Monthly Archives: June 2016

Closed Monday, July 4, 2016

Special Collections will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2016, in observance of Independence Day. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, July 7, 2016. Have a safe and fun Fourth of July!  

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The Great War, 1916: Bleed Them White

The Department of Special Collections and University Archives presents The Great War, 1916: Bleed Them White, an exhibit focusing on the third year of World War I. To honor the thousands of men who were injured or lost their lives during … Continue reading

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New Acquisition: The Apple Tree

McFarlin Library Special Collections has acquired a new addition to our Cherokee language collection. The Apple Tree (PZ7.1.T437 2015), written by Cherokee author Sandy Tharp-Thee and  illustrated by Oklahoma artist Marlena Campbell Hodson, is a children’s book in English and Cherokee that … Continue reading

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Some new WWI Digital Collections uploads.

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 March through May. Specifically these are: Algot F. Carlson World … Continue reading

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Malaeska, the Indian Wife of the White Hunter

A hundred and fifty-six years ago today, a new literary format was unveiled.  The Dime Novel was born in an attempt by the publishers Erastus and Irwin Beadle to make money on inexpensive, ephemeral literature entitled Beadle’s Dime Novels.  The … Continue reading

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Tulsa Race Riot anniversary

Today marks the 95th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Riot and the looting and destruction of the Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa.  The official estimates of the death toll was 36 people; 10 White:26 Black.  Over the next year the Red … Continue reading

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