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Oklahoma Historical Society


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Francis Colcord Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-115
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)Civic leader and businessman. Correspondence (1910-1935) relating to Colcord's oil and other business activities; general correspondence (1909-1930) to Colcord, filed alphabetically, and correspondence (1909-1930) from Colcord, his wife, Harriet Scoresby Colcord, his sons, Ray and Sidney Colcord, and his brother, Will C. Colcord; genealogical material concerning the Colcord family; scrapbooks and newspaper clippings (1910-1934) relating to Colcord, including some concerning the 1934 Charles F. Urschel kidnapping case, for which Colcord offered a reward; miscellaneous printed material (1920-1934) collected by Colcord; and a manuscript of his autobiography, published in 1970.This collection contains material from about 1904 to about 1938, with the majority of the material being from 1910-1934. Personal and business letters and legal and...
Dates: 1909-1935

Map Collection #29: Oklahoma Historical Society and the University of Oklahoma

 Collection — Drawer 8510
Identifier: WHC-M-2823
Scope and Contents

"Site Plan of Fort Washita, Oklahoma Showing Present Buildings and Probable Location of Earlier Structures"

Dates: 1960 July

Otto F. Spring Collection

 Collection — Box S-35
Identifier: WHC-M-1741
Scope and Contents


Archaeologist. Correspondence (1923-1964) received by Spring regarding numerous archaeological projects in Oklahoma, including excavations or explorations of mounds, earthworks, settlements, and caverns. The collection includes many items of correspondence from Joseph Thoburn of the Oklahoma Historical Society in regard to his organization's interest in Spring's work. Otto F. Spring Photograph Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1923-1964

Redmond Selecman Cole Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1951
Scope and Contents


Judge. Correspondence (1894-1927) regarding Cole's personal affairs, politics and government at both local and state levels, and cases tried in Oklahoma courts; legal briefs (1909-1925); publications (1908-1956) concerning politics and government; and speeches (n.d.) delivered by Cole before civic and fraternal organizations.

Dates: 1894-1956