This collection contains over one-thousand digital items from the Dick T. Morgan Collection. Morgan represented Oklahoma's Second District in the U.S. Congress from 1909 and 1915 and the Eighth District from 1915 to 1920.
This collection features constituent correspondence to Oklahoma Representatives regarding multiple issues and events in United States History. The site is dedicated to sharing the "pulse" of the nation delivered by the public's own insight into government processes and relations.
This curated collection represents documentation regarding human rights issues, legal regulations, civil rights, Indigenous people's rights, women's rights, and much more.
This online platform contains links to several smaller digital collections and digital exhibit projects, including Wanderchart, an exhibit which chronicles the Cartwright family's travels in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and Central America during the 1930s.
This collection tells the stories of many of Oklahoma's dams, reservoirs, and rivers through the lens of legislation and the members of Congress that worked to protect our state's water in the past and today.