This digital collection includes 251 documents from the Oklahoma State Supreme Court, Civil Case No. 32756
about the first African-American woman admitted to the University of Oklahoma law school in 1948.
This collection includes oral history interviews (full transcripts and audio excerpts) with more than 40 women who have served in the Oklahoma legislature. These women discuss their legislative work on such issues as domestic violence, abortion,...
This collection includes interviews with women who lived through the Dust Bowl, primarily in the seven western-most counties of Oklahoma where the Dust Bowl hit the hardest. Topics covered include the WPA, President Roosevelt, domestic life during...
This oral history project preserves the voices and experiences of those involved in the tent circus tradition in Hugo, Oklahoma. Highlights include interviews with Mary Frazier Rawls (born 1927), who performed on the high wire, and Luciana 'Lucy'...
This collection includes typescripts of interviews with thousands of Oklahomans conducted during the 1930s. Topics covered include the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories, living conditions, and daily life.
Indians of North America; Pioneers; Social life and customs; Women
United States -- Oklahoma
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