Museum of the Great Plains
Paperbound vols., listing alphabetically people laid to rest at Hobart Rose Lawn Cemetery, Hobart, Okla -- Third vol. describes regulations and perpetual care given and diagrams of lots available for burial
Museum of the Great Plains
Two interviews containing descriptions of places where Styron lived: Shreveport, La., and Caddo, Coalgate, and Hobart, Okla.; father's dry good store and what was sold; attending West Point (1916-1918), and graduating (1918); WWI service in France with the U.S. Army's coast artillery; attending cotton grading school and living in Coalgate, Okla., until 1926; service during WWII in the Sicilian campaign as full colonel in 1943, becoming the 45th Division commander in 1944; promoted to Maj. Gen.; service in Korea with the 45th Division (1950-1951); return to Hobart, Okla., and the cotton buying business (1951-1968)
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the history of Hobart, Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include Eliga's description of youth (moved from near Rocky to Hobart, then to Roosevelt where father bought property one mile west and one mile south of Roosevelt in 1901, then subsequent move to Cordell); Eliga's jobs before and after marriage (railroad, service station ownership in Roosevelt between 1936-1942, and rural mail carrier), living in Wildman, Roosevelt, and Hobart, Okla., tornadoes at Lugert and Snyder, Iron Mountain, Nest Egg Mountain, mine and cyanide plant, dances in the plant cafeteria on Sat. nights, home remedies, Henry Smith, U.S. marshal, and some family history
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include rainwater usage and purification; selling dairy products; Union School and in great detail the Babbs school fire of 24 Dec. 1924, caused by candles on a Christmas tree which killed 20-24 people, buried in a mass grave in the Hobart cemetery; and conditions of people in Oklahoma of German origin during World War II
Museum of the Great Plains
Two interviews containing descriptions of summers spent in Texarkana, Ark.; living in Lone Wolf, Hobart, and Lawton, Okla.; his father, George Harrison Strange, and his ownership of five hardware stores; training as a bomber pilot and working at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Oklahoma City during WWII; operating a quarry; and daily activities on his farm
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include family history including Bake's father's life as journeyman baker in Texas; lots of information about Hobart Steam Laundry (1904-1978), Hobart, Okla.; early Hobart stories; tales of family encounters with Indians; the Nash Hotel; information about J.J. Hunter's family (father-in-law of Bake Harbour); Old Settler's picnic; and home remedies
Museum of the Great Plains
Five images of the Brown family taken at Hobart, Okla., and Montague County, Tex
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include: early life in Sentinel, school days in Sentinel and Billings, Okla., working on the railroad; village and school in Retrop, Okla., 1918 flu epidemic, home remedies, comparison of early work as projectionist at the Majestic Theater in Billings and later work for video theater chain, description of 1930s stores and businesses in Hobart, Okla., including freight companies, and philosophy of life -- Includes history of the Bailey family
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include arrival in Hobart in 1921 where she taught music in the public school; move to California in 1927 and return to Hobart in 1936; music lessons given; brickmaking business of husband's family; husband's formation of Murphy's Hobart Band (1910-1927) and performances in the town square; his travels with the circus; writing music; childhood games; county fairs; and holidays

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