A History of Sapulpa Vol. I

A History of Sapulpa Vol. I

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  • 1-58107-149-3: 1-58107-010-1
  • Item #: OKPR006
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Author: Virginia Wolfe
   
Description: Remembrances and Little Known Facts of the Community of Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Profusely illustated with photographs, this book covers over 100 years of Sapulpa history. 
Contents:

 

Foreword and Dedication

 

Chapter
  1. Bridge Spanning the 20th Century
  2. Settlers in Sapulpa 100 Years Ago
  3. Egan Typical Pioneer Sapulpan
  4. When Oil Began to Flow
  5. The Cal Wright Story: Profile of an Oilman
  6. M.L. Murphy Recalls Life with Wrights 
  7. The Beards Coming to Sapulpa
  8. The Chuck and Paula Watson Story 
  9. Nursing Home Founder Carried on Tradition 
  10. The Checkerboard Feed Store
  11. John Brice Hickey: Sapulpa on Box-Car 
  12. Louise Wright Shares Town's Birth Year 
  13. Sights and Sounds of the 1940s
  14. Those Wonderful Old General Stores 
  15. The Big Sapulpa Shootout of 1923 
  16. Doyle Cotton: The Story of a Working Man 
  17. Woody Naifeh: Immigrant's Son Overcomes Barriers 
  18. Thinking About Wimpy's Still Makes You Hungry 
  19. History of Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway 
  20. Centennial Brings Christmas Memories 
Epilogue: In All The World There Is Only One Sapulpa

 

 
Details: 1998, ISBN: 1-58107-010-1 (134 pages soft cover, 8 1/2 x 11 inches)