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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: Enrich Your Sense Of Place

Tag along as I walk with Dr. Rich Frohock and #okstate honors students to learn a bit of Stillwater history and the inspiration behind the Downtown Stillwater Walking Tour. Enrich your sense of place…

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Tribal Treaties Database

This database includes agreements between tribal nations and the United States (1778-1886) published in the 1904 work “Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties” (Volume II), compiled and edited…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Stillwater Sightseeing Tour of 1965 Part 2

In 1965, a group of Oklahoma A & M graduates from the class of 1915 gathered on campus to celebrate their 50th anniversary. On May 22, 1965 a bus carried the group though greater Stillwater and…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Stillwater Sightseeing Tour of 1965 Part 1

In 1965, a group of Oklahoma A & M graduates from the class of 1915 gathered on campus to celebrate their 50th anniversary. On May 22, 1965 a bus carried the group though greater Stillwater and…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 Collection

Lynn Wallace, director of Oklahoma State University - Tulsa Library and David Peters, Head of the OSU Archives talk with Olivia Turner about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 Collection housed at the…

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Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Richard Boles

Brian Hosmer talks with Dr. Richard Boles, author of "Dividing the Faith: The Rise of Segregated Churches in the Early American North."

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: The Spanish Flu of 1918 at OAMC

More than 100 years before the COVID-19 would impact campus, Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College experienced a different pandemic. "In 1918, an unprepared nation and Oklahoma…

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Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring David Gray

Brian Hosmer and David Gray discuss "Work Better, Live Better: Motivation, Labor, and Management Ideology." Information about David Gray's book, "Work Better, Live Better:…

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Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Justin Prince

Brian Hosmer talks with Justin Prince, author of "Million Dollar Barrage: American Field Artillery in the Great War."

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: The Library of Circus Music

Since the 1940s, circus music has been predominantly defined by one song until Matt Margucci entered the scene. Rather than stick solely to creating traditional circus music, Matt created circus…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Henry Bellmon

A chat about the life and career of Henry Bellmon. Remembering Henry Bellmon is a subseries of the Spotlighting Oklahoma Oral History Project. View interviews with people who worked with him and for…

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Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Laura Arata

Brian Hosmer talks with author Laura Arata about her book "Race and the Wild West Sarah Bickford, the Montana Vigilantes, and the Tourism of Decline, 1870–1930." Find "Race and…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Acquisition

Sometimes the process by which the OSU Archives gets materials is a bit of an adventure and sometimes it can be a bit messy. David Peters, head of the OSU Archives, and Ben Hedges, senior archive…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Archival Storytelling

Meet Ben, the senior archive technician in the OSU Archives. Ben is a storyteller, processing collections and organizing them so that researchers have access to a more complete story using…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Behind the door

In this episode of Flat, Cool & Acid-free, David talks about a dusty discovery in the Archives. Explore the Soil Erosion and Conservation on the Southern Plains collection…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: International Programs at OSU

In this episode of Flat, Cool & Acid-free, learn about the history of international programs at OSU. Explore the Archives Facebook page and see photos from the Archives at…

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