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J. Paul Getty ~ An American industrialist, the founder of the Getty Oil Company. He built an oil empire that was vertically integrated, controlling all parts of the business from the oil well to the retail gas station. This made him the richest man of his day, one of the first people in the world with a fortune of over 1 billion U.S. dollars. Getty was also an avid collector of art and antiquities, and his collection forms the basis of the J. Paul Getty Museum in California.

J. Paul Getty ~ An American industrialist, the founder of the Getty Oil Company. He built an oil empire that was vertically integrated, controlling all parts of the business from the oil well to the retail gas station. This made him the richest man of his day, one of the first people in the world with a fortune of over 1 billion U.S. dollars. Getty was also an avid collector of art and antiquities, and his collection forms the basis of the J. Paul Getty Museum in California.

Karen Silkwood led a brave fight and died a suspicious death. YOU PROBABLY NEVER THOUGHT you were a hero. You’re simply an author, you say. That’s all. You’ve just happened to cast your lot in life with eBooks and the digital... Read more

Karen Silkwood led a brave fight and died a suspicious death. YOU PROBABLY NEVER THOUGHT you were a hero. You’re simply an author, you say. That’s all. You’ve just happened to cast your lot in life with eBooks and the digital... Read more

1954 ORANGE BOWL College Football Program OKLAHOMA vs. MARYLAND

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The fact that the Undertaker sign is the largest and most complicated says a lot about what living in Oklahoma in 1889 was like.

The fact that the Undertaker sign is the largest and most complicated says a lot about what living in Oklahoma in 1889 was like.

From left to right; Elizabeth Ames, Madeline Connyngham and Lorena Jane Cruce at the launch ceremony of the USS Oklahoma, in March of 1914. Nineteen year old Lorena Cruce, whose father was white and mother was Indian (half Choctaw and half Chickasaw), was said to be one of the most beautiful girls in all of Oklahoma. Prohibitionists wanted to christen the ship w/ mineral water, but champagne was used after all.  The Oklahoma was one of the battleships sunk at Pearl Harbor.

From left to right; Elizabeth Ames, Madeline Connyngham and Lorena Jane Cruce at the launch ceremony of the USS Oklahoma, in March of 1914. Nineteen year old Lorena Cruce, whose father was white and mother was Indian (half Choctaw and half Chickasaw), was said to be one of the most beautiful girls in all of Oklahoma. Prohibitionists wanted to christen the ship w/ mineral water, but champagne was used after all. The Oklahoma was one of the battleships sunk at Pearl Harbor.

The Sooners had only been playing for a few years at this point---Oklahoma had only been a state since 1905---and although they were always respectable, it wouldn't be until 1915 until they had their first undefeated season. Parity was the rule in the Southwestern Conference, and the Sooners were usually in the middle of the pack.

The Sooners had only been playing for a few years at this point---Oklahoma had only been a state since 1905---and although they were always respectable, it wouldn't be until 1915 until they had their first undefeated season. Parity was the rule in the Southwestern Conference, and the Sooners were usually in the middle of the pack.

19501 Sugar Bowl. Kentucky-Oklahoma. Vintage game program. HistoricFootballPostersBlog.com

19501 Sugar Bowl. Kentucky-Oklahoma. Vintage game program. HistoricFootballPostersBlog.com

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