Artifact of the Week

Artifact of the Week — July 14, 2022

July 1930 called the hottest month ever recorded. July 4, 1930, over 100 degrees.  Third hottest for U.S. Collection of ” Thought for the Month ” and old story is handed down. One story about the stamp going to three cents. Harvey Parnell. Subjects: 1930s weather postage

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Artifact of the Week — July 7, 2022

Photo of Major John Francis Green Donated by Perrin, H.A. Tony

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Artifact of the Week — June 23, 2022

A 4″ x 6″ color photo of Twyla Wright shaking the hand of Governor Jim Tucker, with Sen. Steve Bell and Museum Treasurer Charles Schaaf looking on. The Governor was presenting $10,000 to the museum. Taken by Hail Bryant. 1994.

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Artifact of the Week — June 16, 2022

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Artifact of the Week — June 9, 2022

2008 Museum’s Tenth Anniversary Gala: Raye and Doyle Rogers speaking with Kay Southerland party Raye Rogers, Doyle Rogers

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