Boyd Allen mentioned in Democrat American 23 Oct 1937.
OKLAHOMA HISTORY The Oklahoma history class hns Istarted a project of Indian articles. The following have brought some arr tides: Beaded head bands, Marguerette Todd. Merlin Stewart, Melba Frasher, Lillian Harp, Daisy Harp, Opal May- I J „ . ' . ' ^ „ 'nrd; Beads, Melba Frasher, Reba Pemberton,' Pemberton,' Callie Choate, Leah Stinnett. Lois Stinnett, Ruth Bolls, Cecil Acuff, j Thomas, Grace Holder, Margi j Goodwin . E 5 sle Risenhover, Lucille McLenore . Pauline Hutchins, Margie Taylor ' Blbbs ' Maggie Keys, Irene 1 "' rlce ' Juanita Latimer. Bow and arrows , °ave Lindsey, Jack Kirk, Louise Cody, Dolores Schoon- 1 over, Charles Mattox, Boyd Allen, Jack "; ~; , ' " Strickland, Lawrence Mullen, nar%no • Canoe, Marie Nichols, FranklyD Weaver; Tepee, John Martin Weaver, Lorece Scott. Arrow heads, Clifford Fitzzimmons. Clarence Casey, Charles Byrd, James Dixon, Gilbert Green, R. V. Spears. Books of Indians, Hustoh Burrow. Gereldlne Strickland, Dolores Schoonover; Schoonover; Indian project, Louise Lessley, Helen Rider, Juanita Latimer; • Peep box, Edice Ann Steele; Bowl made'of salt. Bertha Mae Webb. Beaded purse, Juanita Rose; Beaded flower holder, Aileen Brown; Wood outfit (mortar and plstle), Alice Sanders; Sanders; Map, Heren Sue Blackard. Old bulletin on outlaws, (dating back to Oct. 27, 1894, when G. T Crump was a marshal), Gilbert'Green. Mrs. Parmer teaches Oklahoma history. history. Step into room 10 on the .first floor and you will have evidence that a lot of work is being done in this department. ' """"