Voices of Oklahoma has a growing catalogue of interviews. While many of them have been uploaded to this website, there are quite a few 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:

Bruce Baily, World War II Veteran
Mouzon Biggs, Boston Avenue Church Tulsa
Dick Carson, Carson Attractions
Johnny Coe, 98 ½ years old
Bart Conner, Gymnastic Olympic Gold Medalist 1984
James O. Goodwin, Oklahoma Eagle
Jim Halsey, Event Promoter & Artist Manager
Enoch Kelly Haney, State Legislator; Seminole Chief and Artist
Joe Harwood, Arrowhead Yacht Club
Jim Hewgley, Former Tulsa Mayor
Dr. Bruce Howell, Superintendent Tulsa Public Schools
John Hughes, Rancher
James R. Jones, Former Congressman
Harry Kaiser, World War II Veteran
Lee Keeling, Petroleum Engineer
King Kirchner, Oil & Gas, Unit Corporation
Dobie Langenkamp, Tulsa Attorney
John Massey, Oklahoma Regent for Higher Education
Neal McCaleb, State Legislator; Chickasaw Nation, DOT
Dr. G. Calvin McCutcheon, Mt. Zion Baptist Church Tulsa
Joe McGraw, McGraw Realtors
John Mullen, Ugly John’s Boats
John T. Nickel, J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve
Billy Parker, Country Western Music
Julius Pegues, Tulsan-First African-American Ball Player at University of Pittsburgh
Dr. Bob Perryman, Tulsa surgeon
Bob Powell, World War II Veteran
Gene Rainbolt, Bankfirst
Kenneth Renberg, World War ll Veteran (born in Germany)
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
Ken Trickey & Richard Fuque, ORU Basketball Coach and Player
Clayton Vaughn, Media News
Charles Ward, World War II; Architect
Cynthia Warner, Elder Ponca Nation
Morris Warren, World War II B-29 Pilot
Joe Williams, Williams Companies
Wes & Kathryn Young, 1920s Race Riot, Tulsa 50s-60s