On the morning of November 16, 1907, more than 10,000 residents from Oklahoma City traveled to Guthrie to celebrate their recently won statehood. Using over 200 images combined with well-documented facts from city directories, newspapers, and first-hand accounts, this book chronicles Oklahoma City‚'s unique history from its beginnings in the early 20th century as Packingtown to the Depression Era. - Oklahoma & Route 66 - National Cowboy Museum
Created entirely for personal pleasure over the course of five decades, these 67 paintings and 24 photographs capture the lives of the people Bama encountered during his trips to Tibet, Mexico, Japan, China and elsewhere. Most of these images have never been published and have only been seen by the artist's immediate circle of family and friends. All are lush, staggeringly beautiful evocations of a moment and place, and they are accompanied by Bama's commentary.
Readers who love horses will cherish this blue-ribbon collection of fifteen short stories by such famous authors as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Saki, and Erle Stanley Gardner. Suitable for ages 10 and older, these tales of wild and tame horses offer a thrilling blend of adventure and realism. - Fiction & Poetry - National Cowboy Museum