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We’d like to read your thoughts, ideas, reactions and personal impressions about the Voices of Oklahoma website and the interviews. Please take a moment tell us what you think!

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  1. Mary P., Pawnee

    Thank you for putting together such an interesting and valuable website. I’ve read a lot about the history of Oklahoma but reading it just isn’t the same as hearing it through first person accounts from the people who lived it. My favorite so far is Wilma Mankiller. Keep them coming!

  2. Frank T., Oklahoma City

    I enjoyed hearing Lee Allan Smith tell his story. He has done so
    much for our community. Thank you for this website!

  3. Ian T., Vienna

    just watched HARVEY on dvd and googled peggy dow, which led me to your interview with her. what a treat to hear her now and listen to what a very charming and intelligent woman she is. thank you so much.

  4. William D., Norman

    What a wonderful gift. I am so unbelievably impressed with its content and found myself spending nearly my entire day reviewing! Thank you so much.

  5. Edie I., Miami

    Charles Banks Wilson began the Art Department at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma,not Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. We are very proud of our association with Charles Banks Wilson and even have a scholarship offered to art students in honor of him. The statement by the interviewer that Charles began the Art Program and taught at NSU in Tahlequah is incorrect

  6. Arline S., Cypress

    I am a great niece of Waite Phillips and periodically check google for sights on the Phillips family. My father, Robert Phillips, was the son of Ed Phillips, brother to Waite and Frank. I listened to every word of your interview and found it very interesting. My father retired from Phillips in 1983 being the last “Phillips” to work for the company. My mother’s name was also Virginia Phillips. I would love you if you could send this message on to Chope & Virginia to let them know I enjoyed learning more about me family.

  7. Voices of Oklahoma ., Tulsa

    This note is for Arlene S. Thank you for your comments and we will send them on to Chope and Virginia Phillips. They were a joy to be with and I am sure they will be happy to hear from you. Thank you for visiting our website.

  8. Patricia H., Tulsa

    John – I met you at a TPS presentation you did last year. We spoke briefly about the interview that my Grandfather did in 1994 about his history in Oklahoma. You expressed an interest but – were a little concerned with quality. I have *finally* located the recording. I think the quality is good. Not great, but really good. I would like to send you a copy via email if you could send me your email address. This way you and the rest of the Voices of OK group can decide if you think the quality and content is of use to you. Thank you! Patricia Hodge
    hodgepa @ tulsaschools.org

  9. Greg K., Tulsa

    Ron Wheeler, conductor of the Tulsa Youth Symphony, has held that position for around 32 years. Several of the students have eventually played in major orchestras.

    orchestra /thrhttp://tyso.org/conductors.htmloughout the country.

  10. Dana C., Mounds

    This is great !! I love this site. Please keep it growing.

  11. ron g., sapulpa

    thanks so mutch for coming to to rotary and the sapulpa historical society annual meeting. always enjoy your interviews with so many interesting people

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  13. Greg M., Tulsa

    I LIKE THE INTERVIEWS WITH THE PEOPLE WHO LIVED THE HISTORY. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR INTERVIEWS WITH THE DESCENDANTS OF THE GOVERNORS AND SENATORS (STATE ANE NATIONAL.

  14. Jim E., Moran

    That location is just for today, but wanted you to know, first, great website! Secondly, and more importantly, loved that Voices got credit this morning in the New York Times obit on Mr. Haynes. Great shout out for your work.

  15. Jim E., Norman

    I actually met George Nigh when he had an office in the Skirvin Tower. It was only because I was there to service his Dictaphone equipment in around 1963 or 1964. He made such an impression on me that I will never forget as being such a nice & gracious person. He is also the only Democrat that I ever voted for. I still believe he was great for Oklahoma. Thanks Gov Nigh

  16. John B., Oklahoma City

    Thank you so much for this site! As an Oklahoma History teacher, this has been an invaluable resource for understanding and immersing my students in post-statehood and modern state history. The interviews with Gov. Nigh and Otis Clark are gems. Every high school freshman and Oklahoma History teacher in the state should have this site on their bookmarks!

  17. Greg E., TULSA

    I enjoy listening to all of the interviews. Another interview would be Lee Woodward.

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  24. Tim C., Owasso

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