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Flat, Cool & Acid-free: Legends and Mysteries

David Peters, Sarah Milligan and Samantha Mackey talk about legends and mysteries of OSU. Sarah talks about her love for folklore and how to evaluate and research the story. This episode features a…

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Spotlighting Oklahoma

Spotlighting Oklahoma, a diverse collection bringing together snippets of the state’s history voiced by the people who lived it. bit.ly/SpotlightOK

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The Oral History Process

A breakdown of the steps taken to conceptualize, create and publish an oral history interview.

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What is Oral History?

An analysis of the history of oral history as a methodological practice, spanning from its conception in 1929 to today. Visit the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program website at…

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Mesonet: an Oklahoma Oral History Research Program collection

View the collection at bit.ly/OOHRPmesonet

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The Women of the Oklahoma Legislature

The Women of the Oklahoma Legislature oral history project is a collection of interviews, memoribilia and educational resources aimed to highlight the voices of the women who have served Oklahoma.

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Cowboys In Every County

In celebration of Oklahoma State University's 125th Anniversary, the Cowboys in Every County oral history project recorded at least one interview with OSU alums in every Oklahoma county. Faculty…

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#AskAnArchivist The Archives

The OSU Library is committed to preserving materials for research. On October 4th, find @okstatelibrary on Twitter and Facebook to connect with our archivists on #AskAnArchivist day! Find…

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#AskAnArchivist Government Documents

The OSU Library is committed to preserving materials for research. On October 4th, find @okstatelibrary on Twitter and Facebook to connect with our archivists on #AskAnArchivist day! Find…

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#AskAnArchivist Oklahoma Oral History Research Program

The OSU Library is committed to preserving materials for research. On October 4th, find @okstatelibrary on Twitter and Facebook to connect with our archivists on #AskAnArchivist day! Find…

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#AskAnArchivist Maps and Spacial Data

The OSU Library is committed to preserving materials for research. On October 4th, find @okstatelibrary on Twitter and Facebook to connect with our archivists on #AskAnArchivist day! Find…

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Spotlight: House, Home, Town, Children, School

Taking a look at how a variety of resources can be used as data sets for research. Mary Larson, Associate Dean of Special Collections at the OSU Library, uses interviews from the Oklahoma Oral…

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Centenarians An Original Theatrical Production

“Centenarians” is a short theatrical production based on a project of Oklahoma Oral History Research Program that features interviews with Oklahomans who lived to 100. Written and…

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Sidebar "Cowboys In Every County"

Nominate an OSU alum and help the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program interview a Cowboy from each of the 77 counties in Oklahoma.

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ARCHIVES: Nancy Randolph Davis, First African-American Enrollee at OSU

Nancy Randolph Davis was a pioneer in Oklahoma higher education and holds a special place in the history of Oklahoma State University. In the summer of 1949, she was the first African-American…

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ARCHIVES: Bob Kurland on Meeting Coach Henry Iba

Robert A. Kurland was born December 23, 1924 in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from high school in Jennings, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, and then headed to Oklahoma A&M College (OAMC).…

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