Julian J. Rothbaum: Private Citizen, Public Servant
Dedicated to Julian Rothbaum, a lifelong friend of Speaker Carl Albert and tireless proponent of education in Oklahoma.
Putting Oklahoma Back to Work
Examines the effects of the New Deal in Oklahoma throughout the Great Depression.
We Know We Belong to the Land:
A Hundred Years of
and the Congress
A tour through the history and politics of Oklahoma since statehood. Major eras of American history are described as they happened in the Sooner State, and a picture of every Oklahoman ever to serve in Congress is included.
Members of Congress from Oklahoma
A chronological list of all those who represented Oklahoma in congress. Each listing includes a picture, dates of service, political party, and the district the person represented.
Out of the Darkroom
Focus on photos of family and friends from collections held by the Congressional Archives.
Speaker of the U.S. House of
Showing the life of a man who rose from a childhood in a cabin in southeastern Oklahoma to become Speaker of the House during the Watergate Crisis.
Helen Gahagan Douglas: A Life
Portraying the life and career of this actress of the 1920s and 1930s who became a politician during the 1940s.
Wagon Master of the New Frontier
Commemorating the centennial of the birth of Senator Robert S. Kerr.
Fred R. Harris: His Political Career
Featuring his rise from Oklahoma State Senator to presidential candidate.
Searching for evidence of polarization in Oklahoma's Fourth District.
Celebrating the Grand Old Party
Highlighting the collections of Republican Party senators and congressmen.