Used Lincoln Continental cars in Oklahoma City, OK
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Oklahoma City area home and garden notes for May 20
Reference â€œHome and garden calendar. Sponsored by the Oklahoma City Council of Garden Clubs, this event will feature lots of educational exhibits, inside and outside, about gardening in central Oklahoma. Stroll through the beautiful Margaret.
Oklahoma City - An Overnight Success
Though there were numerous treaties with the five civilized tribes of the southeastern United States. Packing Town, now known as Stockyards City. By 1910, Oklahoma City had a population of 64,000 and began a petition to move the state capitol from.
Hobby Lobby plans Oklahoma City HQ expansion
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) â€” Corporate giant Hobby Lobby is again expanding the footprint of its Oklahoma City headquarters. Hobby Lobby will occupy 6 million square feet at SW 44 and Council Road after the expansion of one of its warehouses is completed this.
Quad/Graphics workers lose homes in Oklahoma tornado
The Fond du Lac Reporter says about 50 company employees live in Moore and that many have been displaced. The Oklahoma City plant operated by Quad was not damaged but production was hampered by a power failure. The company's Oklahoma City plant has 600.
FRANKOMA POTTERY Distinctive Earthenware a Legacy of Oklahoma's First Pottery Affordable dinnerware and serving pieces, mugs, novelties, memorial figures, Route 66 items, commemoratives, souvenirs--Frankoma Pottery has served the needs of everyday life since it's beginnings in Norman, Oklahoma in 1933.This practical earthenware, known for its terra cotta look and colorful glazing, has gradually taken its place in the realm of serious collectibles. John Nathaniel Frank, a graduate of the Chicago Art Institute and a ceramics professor at the University of Oklahoma, established the then-called Frank Potteries in a small studio in his home in Norman. His studio was equipped with only one small kiln, a butter churn for mixing the clay, a fruit jar for grinding glazes and a few other tools. Using light cream-colored clay discovered in the Arbuckle Mountains near Ada in southern Oklahoma, he began selling his pottery on a part-time basis. After some initial success with the pottery, he resigned his post at the university in 1936 and renamed the business Frankoma Potteries, a combination of his last name and the last three letters of Oklahoma. At the time, it was the only commercial pottery being produced in Oklahoma. Along with his wife Grace Lee, he worked full time in his Norman studio experimenting with glazes and creating vases, decorative pieces and sculptures. In 1938 they moved the entire operation to Sapulpa, Oklahoma but continued to haul clay from Ada, which required a three-day trip. The plant, then named Frankoma Pottery, was constructed in the hills in the northwest area of Sapulpa and is still in the same location today. The cream-colored raw "Ada" clay remained the basis of the pottery until Frank discovered that the clay in Sugar Loaf Hill near Oklahoma City University Law School
Located in Oklahoma City. Site features student access to records and email, admissions information for prospective students, and news for alumni and the legal community.Arts Council of Oklahoma City
A non-profit organization that promotes community wide access to the arts in Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas.