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Duchess of Weaselskin

Alva, OK - Our reporter in Northwestern Oklahoma (Alva) reports that it started raining Sunday night around 10:15p.m., and turned to snow around 3a.m. Monday, 25 February 2013. By 10a.m. Monday morning there was an approximate accumulation of 3-inches. The blizzard part of the snow storm began in Alva around 11:30a.m.

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History of Rockbridge County, Virginia - Town of Lexington

Rockbridge county, VA - As we continue our history of Rockbridge county, Virginia, we continue with chapter 17, page 147, concerning the town of Lexington, Virginia.

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Waynoka's 1st 2-story building

Waynoka, OK - Charles Cook sent us this photo image of the W. H. Olmstead General & Lumber Store. Charlie said, "This may be the first two story building in Waynoka.

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NW Oklahoma News Clipping From 1930's

Alva, OK - A-1 Cleaners Sold the Past Week - George Haven sold new cleaning establishment to Floyd Boling and will leave shortly for McAllen, Texas to enter into business.

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Comanche Pool

Oklahoma - Comanche Pool -- "From Mary Einsel's Kansas, the Priceless Prairie. Each western state has its early history a famous cattle spread that overshadowed all others. Kansas had the Comanche Pool, which was located near Medicine Lodge, the largest cattle ranch in the state's history.

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Ship Europa Summer of 1938

Europe - Back in 2002 we were sent an old postcard of the Ship Europa that our Uncle Bob McGill had taken a cruise on in the Summer of 1938 (July). It is amazing that years later people connect through a little postcard, and perhaps a passing connection of ancestors.

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84-Hour Blizzard of April, 1938

Oklahoma - Anyone out there remember their parents telling them of the 84-hour blizzard of April, 1938? It was April 6 thru 8, 1938 that another blizzard, known as the 84-hour blizzard occurred across the eastern half of the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles. Leaving in its path 8 deaths (7 in Pampa, 1 in the Oklahoma panhandle.)

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Old Memories Dusted Off

Oklahoma - We received this Pleasant Valley Souvenir booklet back in 2002, and we are re-submitting it to our OkieLegacy database for those doing genealogy research of their Oklahoma ancestors.

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1939 Penny Postcard Dixie-Sherman Hotel Panama City, Fla.

Panama City, FA - Here is another image from our 2002, Vol. IV, of the OkieLegacy Ezine that we found while rummaging, cleaning our archives.

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August, 1934 Penny Postcard

Chicago, IL - 51st and Outer Drive, Chicago, Illinois, view shows the 1934 Outer Drive at 51st Street. The Drive connected the North and South shore.

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McCary Family Home & Story

Oklahoma - We received the following McCary family information back in 2002 from Charles Cook. We are re-submitting it to our OkieLegacy database by way of this week's newsletter in hopes that the Cook's might make another connection to their genealogy research.

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2002 Back Door Bear Story

Bayfield, CO - http://okielegacy.org/image/colobears12.jpg While we were browsing through old archives dating back 2002 we find this interesting back door bear story that appeared in "The OkieLeagcy," 14 September 2002, Vol. IV, Iss. 37.

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Your dad & unk sound like a real pair!!! Speaking of Blue River - it brought back memories of an old friend & I that also camped there one weekend [more]...
 ~Jan Carver regarding Okie's story from Vol. 9 Iss. 31 titled UNTITLED

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NW Okie's Corner

Bayfield, CO - As we rummage through old family letters of grandpa's from the 1937 era, we ran across the following. One from September, 1937, concerning a letter Grandpa wrote to his youngest son about his auto accident, and another written by our grandma to Uncle Bob.

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Herold-Varner 1936-37 Marriage

Alva, OK - The Herold-Varner marriage of 1936 or 1937 took place on a Saturday afternoon, when Johnnie M. Varner, Alva, and Miss Lillian May Herold, Alva, were united in marriage by Judge J. J. Glaser in the Review-Courier's public wedding on the court house steps. The marriage was pronounced by Judge Glaser in the following words:

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West Side PTA Meets Monday In Music Room

Alva, OK - This article appeared in the mid-1930's in Northwest Oklahoma, Alva Newspaper. "The president, Mrs. LeVerne Tolle, conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Delbert Brunsteter gave the devotional exercises. Miss Dollie Carlson presented her Fifth grade students in the following program.

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NW Mystery Corner

Alva, OK - This is Sheriff Hugh Martin, Jr.'s Testimony in Alva's 1910 Old Opera House Murder Trial that was held in Northwest Oklahoma, in Woodward.

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Cheyenne Raid - 1878

Kansas - Cheyenne Raid 1878 - Transcribed from Vol. I of Kansas: a cyclopedia of state history, embracing events, institutions, industries, counties, cities, towns, prominent persons, etc." When the last of the Indian tribes was removed from Kansas to the Indian Territory, hope was entertained that depredations on the western frontier would cease. But in Sept., 1878, Dull Knife's band of northern Cheyennes, dissatisfied with the rations furnished by the government, decided to return to their former homes.

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