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Voices of Oklahoma has a growing catalogue of interviews. While many of them have been uploaded to this website, there are quite a number that wait in the wings while we raise the necessary funding to make them available to the public. We hope to bring you these interviews in the near future:

 

  • Alex Adwan, Tulsa World
  • Bill Anoatubby, Governor of the Chickasaw Nation
  • Bruce Baily, World War II Veteran
  • Johnny Bench, Baseball
  • Mouzon Biggs, Boston Avenue Church Tulsa
  • Jenny Brouse, Brouse Shoe Store
  • Jim Buskirk, Retired Senior Minister First Methodist Church Tulsa
  • Dick Carson, Carson Attractions
  • Harry Clark, Clarks Good Clothes
  • Stan Clark, Eskimo Joe’s Stillwater
  • Johnny Coe, 98 ½ years old
  • Bart Conner, Gymnastic Olympic Gold Medalist 1984
  • Fred Drummond, Rancher
  • Ed Dumit, Media NPR TU
  • Jim Economou, Coney Island
  • Mary Jo Guthrie Edgmon, Sister of Woody Guthrie
  • Buddy Fallis, Former Tulsa District Attorney
  • Nancy Feldman, Community Activist/Volunteer
  • Charles Ford, Former State Senator
  • Reuben Gant, NFL Player; Greenwood Chamber President Tulsa
  • Denzil Garrison, Former State Legislator
  • James O. Goodwin, Oklahoma Eagle
  • Jim Halsey, Event Promoter & Artist Manager
  • Enoch Kelly Haney, State Legislator; Seminole Chief and Artist
  • Jim Hewgley, Former Tulsa Mayor
  • Dr. Bruce Howell, Superintendent Tulsa Public Schools
  • John Hughes, Rancher
  • Jim Inhofe, Oklahoma Senator
  • James R. Jones, Former Congressman
  • Jenk Jones, Oklahoma Politics
  • Harry Kaiser, World War II Veteran
  • Frank Keating, Former Oklahoma Governor
  • Lee Keeling, Petroleum Engineer
  • Ron King, Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Catharine Kingsly, Code Breaker in World War II
  • Dobie Langenkamp, Tulsa Attorney
  • Curly Lewis, Western Swing Fiddler
  • Guy Logsdon, Music Historian
  • John Massey, Oklahoma Regent for Higher Education
  • Neal McCaleb, State Legislator; Chickasaw Nation, DOT
  • Dr. G. Calvin McCutcheon, Mt. Zion Baptist Church Tulsa
  • Marina Metevelis, Rosie the Rivetor; TCC
  • John Mullen, Ugly John’s Boats
  • Ken Neal, Tulsa World
  • Bob Norman, Pearl Harbor Survivor
  • Jay O’Meilia, Artist
  • Billy Parker, Country Western Music
  • Bob Parker, Parker Drilling
  • Sid Patterson, Tulsa Street Commissioner; Up with Trees
  • Julius Pegues, Tulsan-First African-American Ball Player at U. Pittsburgh
  • Dr. Bob Perryman, Tulsa surgeon
  • Bob Powell, World War II Veteran
  • Gene Rainbolt, Bankfirst
  • Kenneth Renberg, World War ll Veteran (born in Germany)
  • Ralph Rhoads, Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Frank Robson, Banker; Sam Walton’s Brother-In-Law
  • Bill Rollings, Driller Park
  • Dick Schmitz, Tulsa Radio
  • Dr. Bob Shepard, Tulsa Surgeon; St. John Medical Center History
  • Rabbi Charles Sherman, Temple Israel
  • Al Snipes, Oklahoma Republican Party
  • Harry Stege, Former Tulsa Police Chief 1977-83
  • Shawnee Stewart, World War ll Veteran
  • Darrell Stiles, Farmer and Rancher
  • Dr. C.T. Thompson, General Surgeon
  • Monetta Trepp & Son Robert, Founding of Tulsa; Perryman Ranch
  • Ken Trickey & Richard Fuque, ORU Basketball Coach and Player
  • Frosty Troy, Oklahoma Observer
  • Bill Vandever, Vandever’s Department Store
  • Dean VanTrease, Tulsa Community College
  • Clayton Vaughn, Media News
  • John Walton, Tulsa Architect
  • Charles Ward, World War II; Architect
  • Cynthia Warner, Elder Ponca Nation
  • Morris Warren, World War II B-29 Pilot
  • Penny Williams, State Legislator
  • Wes & Kathryn Young, 1920s Race Riot, Tulsa 50s-60s
  • Dr. John Wolf, All Souls Unitarian Church Tulsa
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