About the Tulsa Race Riot Collection: Housed in the Oklahoma State Archives, this digital collection features 1,327 documents and images from various state government agencies, such as the governor's office and the attorney general's office,...
African-Americans--History; Oklahoma--History; Race Relations--20th Century; Civil Rights; Civil Rights Leaders; Universities and Colleges; Law; Legal Education; Women Education;
Acknowledgement of Brief Ada Lois Sipuel v. OU Board of Regents. State Supreme Court Civil Case No. 32756 regarding the first African-American woman admitted to the University of Oklahoma law school in 1948.
University of Oklahoma, Norman (Okla.); Universities; Cleveland County (Okla.); Kingkade Book & News Co. (Norman, Okla.);
Newly planted trees and a green lawn are in the foreground of this postcard. A red brick building with a dome on the top and four white pillars is in the background. A white boulder with 06 on it is in the middle of the picture.
Oklahoma City (Okla.); Oklahoma County (Okla.); Oklahoma City University; Universities;
The impressive brick administration building on the campus of the early Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is complimented by attractive landscaping and paved walkways. This is a "linen" postcard with a high rag content giving it...
A symposium entitled "Recent Advances in Middle Carboniferous Biostratigraphy" was held at Stillwater, Oklahoma, on March 5, 1990 , as part of the annual meeting of the South-Central Section, Geological Society of America.