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by Jim Dent
by Angie Debo
by Angie Debo
Selden Lindsey, Us Deputy Marshal
by Harrell McCullough
The Cherokee Strip
by George Rainey
The Real Wild West
by Michael Wallis-
Land, Wood, and Water
by Robert S Kerr
The Sound Of Strings
by Harold Keith
Oklahoma State University
by Leroy H , Ph D Fischer
Cherokee Outlet Cowboy
by Laban S Records
The Chronicles Of Oklahoma
by Bob L, Dr Blackburn
by Harrell McCullough
by Laura E Crews
Cherokee Strip Its History & Grand Opening
by D Earl Newsom
Oklahoma Books & Ephemera
by Williams, Cecil B
Fifty Years On the Owl Hoot Trail
by Chrisman, Harry E
Prairie City-The Story Of an American Community
by Debo, Angie
Progressive Oklahoma: The Making of a New Kind of State
by GOBLE, Danney
Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. First edition. Octavo. 276pp. Illustrated. Fine in fine dustwrapper.
Telephone Directory McAlester, Okla. Fall and Winter, 1920
[Oklahoma City?]: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co, 1920. Very good.. pp. Original printed card covers, stapled. Light wear and soiling, especially to lower corner. Small tape reinforcement to rear lower corner. Some minor foxing to contents. An early telephone directory for the little Oklahoma town of McAlester -- the largest town inside the Choctaw Nation -- published little more than a decade after Oklahoma statehood. The directory provides a single alphabetical listing of residences and... Read more about this item
Pioneer Days with the Osage Indians West of '96
by Finney, T.M
[Bartlesville, Ok, 1925. Very good.. 48pp. Original printed wrappers, stapled. Very light creasing and wear to wraps. Contemporary pencil annotations. Light tanning internally. An early, anecdotal history of the Osage Reservation, written by Thomas McKean Finney, a former Indian trader and longtime resident of the Indian Territory and Oklahoma. Finney was a descendant of Declaration signer and Pennsylvania governor Thomas McKean. He arrived in the Indian Territory in 1873 at the age of seventeen and... Read more about this item
The well, vol. 1, no. 4 (August 23, 1971)
Oklahoma City: The New Well, Inc, 1971. Newspaper. 19p., folded tabloid newsprint; illus., photos., a Gilbert Shelton comic, evenly toned, in very good condition.
GO! The Gayly Oklahoman [4 issues of vol. 23]
Oklahoma City: Gayly Inc, 2005. Newspaper. 4 issues, various pagination, folded tabloids, illustrated with photos and art, features, columns, listings, ads, news, services etc., very good on newsprint. Issue numbers include: 23:7, 10-12, April 1, May1 5, and June 1 & 15, 2005. Includes Pride issue and an article on the Oklahoma Holocaust Remembrance.
The Cherokee Strip,
by Rainey, George
Co-Operative Publishing Co, 1933-01-01. Hardcover. Acceptable. Signed and inscribed by author to "My long time friend, W H Stewart [google his name]." Hardcover, no dust jacket, in Acceptable condition. Clean pages. Loose binding with some spine creasing from use. Ships fast and guaranteed well protected with domestic tracking.
[Group of Eight Oklahoma and Kansas Wrestling Broadsides Featuring Light Heavyweight Charles Loomis]
by [Oklahoma]. [Sports]
[Various places in Oklahoma, 1920. Overall, good plus.. Eight broadsides, measuring from 9.5 x 7 to 15 x 11 inches. Varying degrees of wear, with some scattered chips and closed tears at edges. Even tanning. Eight broadsides, including one duplicate, for professional wrestling matches in Oklahoma and Kansas during the early 1920s. All but one of the promotionals feature the bouts of Charles L. Loomis, who seems otherwise little known; three of the broadsides feature his full portrait, and several... Read more about this item
[Group of seven items related to the Church of the Christian Crusade]
by [Hargis, Billy James]
Tulsa: Christian Crusade, 1972. Pamphlet. Group of brochures received in April 1972. All are in very good condition except for the date of receipt penciled in each at one of the corners. Items included are "Facts concerning the Church of the Christian Crusade" (15p.); a 24-page booklet titled "Concerning Christian Crusade: What? Why? Who? Where? When? & How?"; an 8-panel brochure about American Christian College; an 8-panel brochure about Summit '72 (affiliated with the church's Anti-Communist Youth... Read more about this item
A GUIDE TO THE INDIAN TRIBES OF OKLAHOMA
by Wright, Muriel H
Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma. 1951. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good in boards. Ex-library with the usual markings. Open tear to spine. First Edition stated; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
Sale of Unallotted Lands in Eastern Oklahoma Including Timber Lands and Surface of the Segregated Coal and Asphalt Lands at Public Auction by the United States Government [cover title]
[Oklahoma, 1917. Very good.. 133pp. Gathered signatures, stapled. Substantial foxing to outer leaves, text block uniformly toned. A seemingly unrecorded work concerned with the auction sale of all the unallotted tribal lands in twelve counties in the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations in Oklahoma, excepting certain tracts reserved for coal and asphalt mining purposes. The counties included McCurtain, Pushmataha, LeFlore, Latimer, Pittsburg, Hughes, Coal, Atoka, Haskell, Murray, McClain, and Carter. More... Read more about this item
Focus 3: Cameron Martin, June 25-September 17, 2006, Philbrook Museum of Art
by Martin, Cameron
Tulsa, OK: Philbrook Museum of Art, 2006. Pamphlet. 12p., stapled wraps, 6.5x9 inches, illus., wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Catalogue for an exhibit of works by the contemporary landscape painter.
Peace poems with rhyme [cover title] ..wirh rhyme, rhythm, and reason [title page]
by Shumake, Thelma [Knight]
no place (Berkeley/Oakland): author, 1967. 51p., reproduced from typescript, staplebound wraps lightly worn; label pasted inside front cover indicating this copy was distributed in connection with her 1984 funeral in Oklahoma. With a biographical sketch of the activist poet by Shirley Lee & Hilda Cowan, p.22.
by Kemper, Troxey
East Lansing: Bennett & Kitchel, 1991. Hardcover. 67 pg. hardcover in dust jacket, 5.75 x 8.75, very good. Illustrated with simple line drawings. Kemper was born in Oklahoma with mixed Comanche heritage. He was a newspaper journalist for a number of years before transitioning to life as an author and editor of Tucumcari Literary Review.
Grappling with Demon Rum The Cultural Struggle over Liquor in Early Oklahoma
by Klein, James E
University of Oklahoma Press. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2008. First Printing. Hardcover. 0806139382 . Book is clean and tight. On front flyleaf "Mikell keep up the good fight, Jim" Has been taken good care of. Oklahoma was a dry state from the beginning and stayed that way even after Prohibition was repealed. ; 9.0 X 6.2 X 1.0 inches; 238 pages .
by [Oklahoma]. [Cherokee]
Marble City, Ok: Dwight Mission Press, 1909. Very good.. 12mo. 80,pp. Original brown printed wrappers. Minor creasing and soiling to wrappers. Text uniformly toned. A decidedly-rare pocket-sized hymnal issued by the Literature Department of the Woman's Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church. The text prints 135 hymns in Cherokee with titles in English, and include such standards as "Come to Jesus" and "The Prodigal Son," along with Biblical Psalms, hymns for certain events or times of day, and... Read more about this item
Land of Plenty: Oklahomans in the Cotton Fields of Arizona, 1933 - 1942
by Weisiger, Marsha L
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. xvi, 238p., dj.
Oklahoma Place Names
by Shirk, George H
University of Oklahoma. Very Good in Good dust jacket. 1965. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0806106654 . 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 233 pages .
The Mexicans in Oklahoma
by Smith, Michael M
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. v, 78p., later wraps printing.
by Nipper, Clara
N. pl: Alpha World Press, 2007. Paperback. 249p., very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lesbian mystery, set in Los Angeles and Tulsa.
Book Report List for Junior High Schools, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
1940. Prepared by the English teachers of the Junior High Schools in cooperation with the Juvenile Department of the Carnegie Library. General light wear. Inked notations and checks on a few of the page. . First Edition, Thus. Cloth - Hard Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Tall 4to.
A FIELD GUIDE TO AMPHIBIANS OF OKLAHOMA
by Black, Jeffrey H. & Sievert, Gregory
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Very Good. 1989. Paperback. 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 80 pages .
Railroad Map of Oklahoma [cover title]
by [Oklahoma]. [Railroads]
Des Moines: Kenyon Company, Inc, 1922. About very good.. Large folding map, color printed, 27 x 51.5 inches. Original printed wrappers. Minor wear to wraps. One separation along fold from top edge extending into map area. Light tanning. A scarce, attractive, and huge color map of the railroad system in Oklahoma during the early 1920s. The map depicts the paths of thirty-three steam and electric railroad lines across the state, with an inset legend listing each and containing illustrations of a gushing... Read more about this item
Calendar of Annual events in Oklahoma sponsored by the Oklahoma State Travel and Tourist Bureau
by Thompson, Jim, sketches by Wallace Simpson and Walker Boone, written and arranged by Federal Writers' Project of Oklahoma, Works Progress Administration in the State of Oklahoma
[n.p.]: The Tribune Pub. Co, 1938. [36p.] 6.25x9.5 inches, illustrations, tissue-guards, stapled text-block very good in badly chipped orange pictorial wraps, detached but present, with rear wrap missing most of the outer edges but with images intact. American Guide Series. This item is always heavily chipped if the wraps are even present. Jim Thompson is listed as the Director on the title page and this publication precedes his better-known hard-boiled detective novels. Very scarce.
[Scrapbook of Berta Abrams' Junior and Senior Years at Central High School, of Marlow, Oklahoma, with Numerous Photographs, Inscriptions, and Ephemera]
by [Oklahoma]. [Women]
[Marlow, Ok, 1928. About very good.. Oblong large octavo album with sixty leaves, containing 105 original photographs in varying small formats, many cut to size, plus hundreds of printed ephemera, manuscript annotations, tipped-in letters, and additional realia. Stiff leatherette covers, string-tied. Moderate wear to corners, light rubbing to covers. Photos and ephemera affixed directly to album leaves. Light wear to individual items, some photos torn to fit available space. Album leaves somewhat... Read more about this item
Prairie City The Story of an American Community
by Angie Debo
VG/G. Jacket in mylar. 1st printing. Abrasion to front panel of jacket, a few chips