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Slick, Tom, 1883-1930


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

John Calloway Walton Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-641
Scope and Contents


Governor of Oklahoma, 1923. Personal and official correspondence (1916-1948) regarding Walton's gubernatorial campaign, his term as governor, his impeachment, and his campaign against the Oklahoma Ku Klux Klan; election campaign literature and paraphernalia (1919-1938); speeches (1922-1938); newspaper clippings (1919-1943); transcripts (1823) of legal testimony from numerous military trials in Oklahoma concerning racist and other Klan-sponsored incidents, and from Walton's impeachment trials; and publications (1923-1924) regarding the Klan, politics and government, etc.

Dates: 1903-1948

Ray Miles Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-2640
Scope and Contents


Historian. Correspondence (1985-1999) and research materials (1904-2000) compiled by Ray Miles for his dissertation and biography on oilman Thomas Baker Slick, titled King of the Wildcatters: The Life and Times of Tom Slick, 1883-1930.

Dates: 1904-2000

Slick, Thomas Baker (1883–1929)

 Collection — Box Photo S-36
Identifier: WHC-P-3053
Scope and Contents

Black-and-white copy prints of independent oil producer Tom Slick and of the Cushing, Oklahoma City, and Tonkawa, Oklahoma, oil fields. The collection also includes photographs of the Slick and Urschel families. Unpublished finding aid available.

Dates: 1904-1950

Thomas Baker Slick Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-1776
Scope and Contents


Oilman. Correspondence (1920-1939); reports (1930-1939); tax records (1926-1933); leases; and deeds (1914-1973) from the estate of Tom Slick, regarding his various petroleum and real estate interests in Oklahoma. Newspaper clippings and an article concerning the life, business, and death of Slick, as well as an obituary of Charles F. Urschel.

Dates: 1914-1973

Additional filters:

Correspondence 2
Petroleum industry and trade -- Oklahoma 2
African Americans -- Oklahoma -- Civil rights 1
Bridges -- Oklahoma 1
Campaign literature, 1922 -- Democratic -- Oklahoma 1