3 edition of Finding aid to the United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Commission records, 1933-1973 found in the catalog.
Published 1991 by Administrator in Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service
Record unit 103, museum catalog no. 9018.May 1989.Revised August 1991.
|Statement||Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service|
|Publishers||Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, National Park Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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The Bridesburg Historical Society's collections contain materials relating to the history, culture, and industry of the neighborhood. Ezekiel felt that the monument was the most important commission he ever worked on, and he refused all other work so that he could devote all his time to it.
Levorsen was the first dean of the School of Mineral Sciences at Stanford University, but he spent much of his career in Tulsa. Although he lost, Pompey's actions pleased the great philosopher and statesman who was noted for his moral integrity.
1917 In the fall, a white-robed secret organization calling itself the "Knights of Liberty" takes a party of IWW members from the police to the edge of town, and there whips, tarrs, and feathers them, ordering them to leave the community Debo 101. Perryman, is made postmaster, and the office is designated as "Tulsa" Debo 37.
The Kendall College bell rings out the news of statehood on November 16th Debo 90. This group included representatives of most of the Finding aid to the United States Territorial Expansion Memorial Commission records civil rights groups of the 1960s.
In 1966, ACAO established a full-time Washington office, which was charged with monitoring all federal activity related to Africa, especially southern Africa.
Absurdities of Immaterialism, or, a Reply to T. Speakers included former presidential candidate and Hilary A. Herbert submitted the proposed design to an undisclosed artist to have a model developed and to get an aesthetic opinion about McKim's idea.
2 Note: Alwilda Millikin Owings was a former Tulsa philanthropist who died January 21st, 1973 in Santa Barbara, California, where she had lived for 27 years.
When the UDC learned of the proposal, many of its members wanted to add the names of Robert E.
It featured bronze doors, banisters, a memorial window, and a memorial plate designed by Ralph Watkins of Chicago.