Selected Digital Sources

**This section is further organized by categories below**

Baseball History

The Baseball Cube. Tommy Warren. Gary Cohen. [ca.2015]. [N.P.]<>

Baseball In Wartime. Tommy Warren. Gary Bedingfield. 2008. Glasgow, Scotland, UK.<>

Baseball Reference. Tommy Warren. [n.a.] [n.d.] Sports Reference LLC. 6757 Greene St, Suite 315, Philadelphia PA. 19119. <>

Wikipedia. Tommy Warren. [n.a.] [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>


The BlueJacket Family

123Help Me. “Indians.” [n.a.][n.d.] <>

Allaneck. [Both links now defunct / Not a Scholarly Resource] Includes: <> / <> Bluejacket - Family History & Genealogy Message Board. “Anyone There?” Original posting April 12, 2001. <>

Blue Jacket Fact or Fiction. “Fact, Fiction, or Fantasy?” Robert V. Van Trees. Website updated 11/27/2013. <>

 Thomas Clarkin. Federal Indian Policy in the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations, 1961-1969. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001. p.235.<>

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography. “Weyapiersenwah.” Reginald Horsman. 2003. University of Toronto/Université Laval. Toronto, ON, Canada. <>

The Federal Reporter, Vol. 265. St. Paul: West Publishing Co, 1920. “Bluejacket v. Evert.” pp. 829-830. <>

Find A Grave. [Accessed 2013-2015?] Lehi, UT. Includes articles:

"Carrie Elizabeth Foreman Beaver Bluejacket." Kim Slayton.  <>

“Charles Bluejacket.” Kim Slayton. <>

"Chief Clyde Leroy Blackjacket.” Kim Slayton. <>

“Erin Lee Bluejacket.” OkieBran. <>

“Junior William Bluejacket.” Linda Kincaid White. <>

“Tommy Lee Bluejacket.” Kim Slayton. <>

“Ethel L. Welch Bluejacket Huckaby.” Mary Ryder. <>

 Forensic Bioinformatics. [Link now defunct] <>

 Grace Memorial Chapel. [Link now defunct] <>

Native Heritage Project. [Paul Heinegg?] [n.p.] Includes:

A Reunion With A Tomahawk. Carlyle Henshaw. March 19, 2014. <>

The Shawnee Bluejacket Family. [n.a.] August 22, 2012. <>

 Paul Thomas Funeral Home. Obituary for Erin Lee Bluejacket. Commerce, OK, July 2012. <>

Philips DNA Project. [Link now defunct] <>

 Rootsweb. “Appalachian Mountain Families.” Lecture on Blue Jacket. Karen Pfister. [n.d.]<>

Shawnee Bluejacket. Winston (Chuck) Bingham and Gaylord Carlyle Hinshaw. [n.d] [n.p.] Includes:

“1871 Registry.” <>

“An Early Shawnee Writing.” <>

“Bluejacket.” Carlyle Hinshaw. [n.d.] <>

“Bluejacket Bingham Family Tree.” [n.d.] <>

“Bluejacket folders.” [Link now defunct] <>

“Chief’s[sic].’ Caryle Hinshaw. 2002. [np] <>

“Constitution of the Shawnee Tribe.” [n.a.][c.2001] <>

“Daugherty/Dougherty Native American DNA.” Carlyle Hinshaw. 2014. <>

“Dawes Notes.” [n.a.][n.d.] <>

“DNA/Genealogy.” [n.a.][n.d.] <>

“Folders/Lineage.” [Link now defunct] <>

“The Shawnee Sun.” Doug C. McMurtrie. Kansas Historical Quarterly. 1933. <>

Shawnee Bluejackets. [Link now defunct] <>

Stump Bluff Militia. “Blue Jacket Wasn’t White Man, DNA Suggests.” Sara J. Bennett. Originally published in Cincinnati Enquirer, June 26, 2000. <>

Tulsa World. July 12, 2012. Obituary, Erin Lee Bluejacket. <>

 Wikipedia. Blue Jacket.  [n.a.] [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>


Dennis BlueJacket

450th Bomb Group Memorial Association. “Historical Record 1944.” <>

Archives. Dennis Wayne Bluejacket in the 1940 Census. [2017] <>

 Army Air Forces. [Link now defunct] <>

 James Dugan and Carroll Stewart. Ploesti: The Great Ground-Air Battle of 1 August 1943.  Lincoln: Potomac Books [now part of University of Nebraska Press], 2002. <>

 Find A Grave. “Sgt. Dennis Wayne Bluejacket.” Linda Kincaid White. <>

Find The Best: WWII. [Lin now defunct] <

 Home of Heroes. “Ploesti: When Heroes Filled the Sky.” Addison Earle Baker 1999-2014. <>

Petroblog. “Prahova Valley oil refineries during WW2.” Posted June 20th, 2009. Accessed: 2015. <>

 Wikipedia. Operation Tidal Wave. [n.a.] [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>

 Youtube. “B-17 B-24 Bombing Raids on polesti.” Newsreel detailing the air raid. Uploaded by Tom Dozier. July 31st, 2009. <>


 Bobby BlueJacket’s Friends

The Oklahoman. Obituary. “Rafael ‘Ralph’ Zuniga Sr.” September 21, 1989. <>

Tulsa World. [Obituary for Sammy The Beard] [Link now defunct] <>


Rex Brinlee

Find A Grave. “Garland Rex Brinlee, Jr.” MillieBelle. 2010. <>

Fishing Notebook. Message forum. <>

Gateway to Oklahoma History. Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division.[n.a.] Oklahoma City, OK. [2017] Includes:

Photo, [Daily Oklahoman?] "Rex Brinlee Jr., on trial for murder in the bombing death of a Bristow kindergarten teacher, is escorted back to his cell by Okmulgee County undersheriff Jack Carter after testimony ended late Thursday." <>

Photo, [Daily Oklahoman?]"Rex Brinlee Jr." <>

Photo, Daily Oklahoman. "Rex Brinlee Jr. with defense attorney Thomas Dee Frasier (on right ) was convicted of murder Friday night in the bomb-murder trial at Okmulgee." <>

Photo, Daily Oklahoman. "Garland Rex Brinlee was found guilty of murder Friday night in the bombing death of a Bristow school teacher after a district court jury deliberated less than 3 hours.” <>

Photo, Daily Oklahoman. “An unidentified Okmulgee County deputy sheriff accompanies Garland Rex Brinlee as they leave for the State Penitentary.” <>

Greta’s Genealogy Bog[sic]. Blog entry. “The Other Thing My Ancestors Did For Entertainment.” Greta Koehl. November 21, 2010. <>

Historical Crime Detective. “Mug Shot Monday! Bomb Slayer Rex Brinlee Jr., 1971.” Jason Morrow. 2014. <>

Muskogee Phoenix. “Inmate Who Escaped Prison Twice Dies.” Muskogee, OK: [n.a.] December 23, 2009. <>

 Oklahoma Department of Corrections. Garland R. Brinlee. Rap sheet, Oklahoma State Penitentary.<>

 The Oklahoman. “Bomb Murderer Brinlee Maintains His Innocence.” Kathi Thacker, June 15, 1991. <>

 Orangepower. Message forum. “Tahlequah man arrested after bomb trigger he is building goes off.” <>

Times-News. “Convicted Bomb Slayer Taken by Off-Duty Guard.” June 28, 1976. <,6608003&hl=en>

Tulsa World. Wayne Greene. “Laughter But No Parole For Brinlee.” June 15, 1991. <>

Tulsa World. “Bomber, Twice-Escaped Inmate Dies in Prison.” [n.a.] December 22, 2009.<>


Nolen Bulloch

Ancient Faces. “Nolen Bulloch 1906-1971.” <>

The Big Story. Three Coins Spell Death.” (Bob Sloane, narrator; with Nolen Bulloch). Aired December 14th, 1949. <> Accessed via: Newspaper Heroes on the Air. “The Big Story” by Bob Stepno. August 2012. <>

Commonwealth College Fortnightly. Vol. 13. No. 1. January 1st, 1937. Mena, AR. <>

Death Records. “Nolen Bulloch.” [Site now defunct]. <>

Internet Archive. The Big Story. Three Coins Spell Death.” (Bob Sloane, narrator; with Nolen Bulloch). Aired December 14th, 1949. <>

Kansas City Times. April 18th, 1957. <>

Spokesman-Review. “Crime Reporter Linked to Liquor Plot ‘Pay-Offs.’” April 17th, 1957. <,5083321>

Tenth Circuit Historical. “Judge Royce Savage” by William Kellough. <>

Tulsa People. “Remembering the ‘Trib’” by John Hamill. February 2013.  <>

Tulsa TV Memories. “Rideshy & The May Rooms.” 1997. <>

Tulsa World. Tom Bulloch, Broken Arrow. “Still Not Right.” March 6, 2007. <>

Tulsa World. “DA Took on a Strange and Disgusting Case: Only in Oklahoma” By Gene Curtis. February 16, 2007. Accessed via: <>


Charlie Chesnut

 Find A Grave. “Charles Caldwell Chesnut.” Accessed: July 15th, 2016. <>

The Journal Record. “Legal Beat.” The Journal-Record, April 18, 1992. <>

Prabook. “Charles Caldwell Chesnut.” [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Tulsa World. “Mr. Parole A Legend To Board, Inmates” by Rob Martindale. April 12th, 1992. <>

Tulsa World. “Mr. Parole.” Obituary. May 27th, 1992. <>

NewsOK. “Chesnut to Retire from Parole Board” by Kurt M. Hochenauer. December 12th, 1982. Accessed via: <>

NewsOK. “Public Servant for Openness.” Oklahoman. May 29th, 1992. Accessed via: <>


Crime: Oklahoma

 American Suburb X. Larry Clark, “Tulsa.” [n.p.] The ASX Team, October 2010. <>

 Busted Mugshots. “Busted! Bobby Dean Morris mugshots.” [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

 Chicago Tribune.  “Two Well-Heeled Ex-Cons Held in Murder Probe.” [n.a.] Chicago, IL. July 13, 1955. <>

Federal Bureau of Investigation. [Sub-links now defunct]:




Find A Grave. “Julius Hugo Wendt.” Connie Money. <>

Find A Grave. “Leonard Joe Baker.” Judy Mayfield. <> Message Forum. “Mostly Obits July 1929 Ardmorette.” Anita Emberlin, April 24, 2011. <>

Joey Bayles [Link now defunct] <>

Journal-Record. “FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List Turns 50.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Just Mugshots. Bobby Dean Morris. [n.a.][n.p.] February 7, 2012. <>

Mugshots Online. [Sub-link now defunct.] <> <> “Bobby Dean Morris.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <> “Gary A. Dunson.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <> “George F. Johnson.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <> Obituary. “Robert Brown.” [n.a.] [n.p.] [ca.May 2013] <>

New York Times. “Biloxi’s Tale of Murder, Extortion, and Racy Photos.”  [n.a.] New York City, NY. December 29, 1991. <>

News On 6. “OSBI Investigates Sheriff Deputy-Involved Fatal Shooting Near Chelsea.” Russell Hulstine. [n.p.] January 2, 2014. <>

 Oklahoma Able Commission. Mission Statement. Oklahoma City, OK. 2017. <>

Oklahoma Law Enforcement Memorial. [n.d.]<>

Oklahoma State Courts Network. [n.a.]Oklahama City, OK, 2016. <>

The Oklahoman. “Taxi Drivers Left in Rough.” Within text: “Checkered career ends. Tulsa's most arrested man has died. Police identified a body found last week in a downtown rooming house as Robert G. "Tangle Eye" Williams, 76.” [n.a.] August 4, 1982. <>

Southeast Missourian. “Robbery Conviction Followed by Attempt to Secure Narcotics.” July 26, 1955. <,3959101&hl=en>

 The State Crime Bureau Journal (Dee Cordry, author). October 2009. Accessed 2013. Includes article: “Dixie Mafia.” <>

 This Land Press. “Sex In the City.” Clara Nipper. 11/8/2011. <>

 [Tulsa World]. “‘Queen of Bootleggers’ Knew Too Much” by Terrell Lester. November 2nd, 1997. Accessed via: Roots Web/ “ARIZARD-L Archives” <>

Tulsa World. “Career Recessed.” Julie DelCour, May 8, 2005 <>

Tulsa World. Obituaries. “Clayton ‘Clay’ Cullen.” March 5, 2017. <>

 Tulsa World. [Link now defunct]<>

R. Michael Wilson. Lethal Executions In Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma Including the Indian Territory. [n.p.] McFarland, 2012. pp.216, 219-224 <>


Crime: Minnesota

 Billboard. February 2, 1948. “Minn’polis Confused Over Pros, Cons of Club Duo Ownership.” P.34. [n.a] <://>

Billboard. October 8, 1945. “Mpls. Murders Rumored Tied to New Policy.” P. 31. [n.a.] <>

Billboard. December 15, 1945. “Union Killing Settled for 8G Balm by Widow.”p.36. [n.a.] <>

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. “Devitt, Edward James.” <>

City Pages. “The Killer Inside.” [n.a.] [n.p.] November 9th, 2005. <>

Google maps. “Minneapolis/St.Paul Crime Map.” Google. 2017. <>

Hennepin County Attorney. <> [Link now defunct]

 Las Vegas Sun. “Former Tropicana owner Gustafson dies at age of 67.” [n.a.] April 6th, 1999. <>

Minnesota Historial Society. St.Paul, MN. [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Minnesota State Law Library. “Credit River Case.” [n.a.] [n.d.] Includes:




NET Nebraska. “Earl Guy.” [n.a.] [Omaha?]. 2016. <>

Col Solberg. Hubert Humphrey: A Biography. Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2003.<>

Stargazing In Winter. Blog. Peter Carlson. MPLS History -- Doc Ames and Kid Cann. Minneapolis MN. 2011. <>

Steve Trimble, “Edward Devitt,” Saint Paul Historical. St. Paul, MN 2017. <>

Wayback Machine. “Stopping the Presses: the Murder of Walter W. Liggett.” [Book excerpt]Marda Liggett Woodbury. [n.d.] [n.p.]<>

Wikipedia. “Kid Cann.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA.<>

Wikipedia. “Minneapolis Chief of Police.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>


Crime: National

 AmericanMafia. “Kansas City, MO.” Frank Hayde, [ca.2017] <>

 The Chicago Outfit – Past & Present. Closed Facebook Group. <>

 Tim Blog. “Illegal Engineering.” Tim Hunkin. <>

The Marshall Project. “Inmate. Prisoner. Other. Discussed.” by Blair Hickman. April 3rd, 2015. <>

New York Times. James Dao, “Anthony (Fat Tony) Salerno,80, A Top Crime Boss, Dies in Prison.” July 29. 1992. <>

NPR. “How One Inmate Changed the Prison System From the Inside” by Joseph Shapiro. April 14th, 2017. <>

ProSecurityNews [site now dead. No domain]. Originally quoted: “It is called ‘peeling a safe’ because the sheet metal is literally peeled back like you would peel an orange. A fireproof safe actually consists of 2 walls, an inner wall and an outer wall, both made of sheet metal about the same thickness as the body of your car.”

Straus Media. William Byrk. “Bill Fallon, the Great Mouthpiece and Archetypal Criminal Defense Lawyer.” Originally New York Press, November 13, 2001. <>

Washington Post. “Ride ’em Convict!” by Paul Schwartzman. September 6th, 2005. <>

Wikipedia. “Nicholas Civella.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA.<>

YouTube. “FLQ October Crisis 1970.” Know Nothing. 2014. <>


Jerome Daly “Full Text of ‘Jerome Daly-The Mahoney Credit River Decision.” Reproduction of court case transcript. [1968] <>

 Constitutional Concepts Foundation. “The Credit River Decision.” Trial transcripts, [ca.1969.] <>

Education Center 2000. “The Credit River Decision.” Trial transcripts, [ca.2000].<>

 Federal Reserve History. “Nixon Ends Convertibility of US Dollars to Gold and Announces Wage/Price Controls.” Sandra Kollen Ghizoni. 1971. <>

 History Commons. “Jerome Daly.” [Link now defunct]. <>

 Minnesota State Law Library. “Credit River Case.” [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

 National Interest. Jay Zawatsky. “Who Really Killed the Gold Standard?” [n.p.] 2015. <> Collection of 75 documents pertinent to the Jerome Daly Case. Uploaded by myzeitgeist. [n.d.] <>

Wikipedia. “First National Bank of Montgomery V. Daly.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>

YouTube. “Daly v. First National Bank of Montgomery.” wabbit1444. 2009.<>


Doc’s Pool Hall 

AZ Billiards. Forum: “Need help with the name of an old pool hall.” Thread started December 24th, 2008. Quoted post from SK Custom Cues, January 2nd, 2009. <>

Jimbo Army. [Link now defunct] <> “Randy M. Wallace.” [n.a.] [n.d] [n.p.] <>

Oklahoma Department of Corrections. “Randy M. Wallace.” [n.a.] [n.d.] Oklahoma City, OK. <>

Rootsweb. Fuel Genealogy. Descendants of Benjamin Fuell. Laura Flebbe. [n.d.] [n.p.]<>

SK Custom Cues. Kang Sabum. “A Breeding Ground for Pool.” [ca.2012]. [n.p.]<>

 Surfer Rod’s Web Site. “Pool Players Rod Has Beaten.” 2013. [n.a.] [n.p.]<>


Buddy Fallis 

Conway’s of Ireland. Genealogical notes on Fallis family. [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Rocket Lawyer. [“This profile no longer exists.”] <>

Spoke. “Buddy Fallis.” [Link now defunct]. <>

Tulsa TV Memories. Group blog. [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Tulsa World. <> [Link now defunct]

Tulsa World. Fallis. “S.M. “Buddy” Fallis and Diane Fallis of northeastern Oklahoma celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary April 1, 2011.” [n.a.] [Tulsa, OK]. 2011. <>

University of Tulsa. [now defunct] <>

University of Tulsa. [now defunct] <>

University of Tulsa. Class of 1960 Memory Book. Tulsa, 1960. [n.a.] PDF of U of Tulsa yearbook.<>

Yuku. Discussion forum. Charles T. Jones. “Still No Justice After 20 Years Slain Girl Scouts’ Parents Haunted by Murders.”  June 9, 1997. Reprint from The Oklahoman. [2009].<>


Jay Jones

Federal Circuits.vlex. [now defunct] <>

Lawless America. “Tulsa Oklahoma Police Scandal - 11 Named, 32 People Freed from Prison.” [n.a.] [n.p.] May 15, 2011. <>

New York Times Magazine. Bruce Porter, “A Long Way Down.” New York: June 6, 2004. <>


Minnesota History

 Archive 1. Sherwin Linton photographs. [n.p.] [n.a.] [end of photos ca.1979] <>

 Jeanne Andersen. “Venues.” [link defunct]. <>

 City Pages. “A New Flame.” [now defunct] <>

Club Carnival. <

Explore Minnesota. “Pasty Cline at the Flame Café.” [now defunct]. <>

Facebook. Group. ”Old Minneapolis.” <>

 Go Johnny Go. Flame Cafe archives. Download of “Midnight in Minneapolis” LP, 1960. [n.a.][n.d.] [n.p.] <>

 Hennepin County Library. “Nankin Cafe and Orchestra.” Menus and brief summary of restaurant history. [n.a][n.d.] <>

Katherine Strand Koutsky. Minnesota Eats Out. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2003. Index. <>

Magic Marc Productions. Odds and Ends Hall of Fame: Photos. [2013] [n.a.] [n.p.] <>

“From Junk Peddlers to Industrialists – The Gendelman and Nathan Iron and Metal Company” by Carole Nathan Metzger. Michigan Jewish History. Vol. 48. Fall 2008. Ann Arbor: The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan. Accessed via: <>

Minneapolis Post. June 2014. [link defunct] <>

Setlist FM. Carl Perkins setlist[nothing listed]. <>

Steel Guitar Forum. Message board (closed).[n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Wayne and the Boys. “About Wayne.” Wayne Wagner. [n.p.] 2014. <>

Wikipedia. “Music of Minnesota.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>


Native American: Eastern Shawnee

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography. “Weyapiersenwah.” Toronto: University of Toronto. [n.a.] 2017. <>

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. <> Includes:

“Calamus Pond Cemetery.” Glenna J. Wallace, Chief. [2015]. <>

“News.” [Link now defunct.] <>

“The Tribal Seal -- A Historical Perspective.” Glenna J. Wallace, Chief. 2015. <>

“Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act History” <> “Charley Cemetery, Tulsa County, Oklahoma.” Charlotte Keen, 2002. <>

David M. Lucas, Ph.D. “Our Grandmother of the Shawnee: Messages of a Female Deity.” Accessed via: <>

Isaac McCoy. History of Baptist Indian Missions. Washington: W.M. Morrison / New York: H. and S. Raynor. 1840. Accessed via: <>

National Museum of the Native American. “Meet Native America: Glenna J. Wallace, Chief of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma” by Dennis Zotigh. May 6th, 2016. <>

Native Heritage Project. “The Red-Coated Chiefs of the Shawnee.” Fletcher Freeman. [n.p.] 2012. <>


Native American: North American

 The Guardian (UK). Chris McGreal. “US Should Return Stolen Land to Indian Tribes, Says UN.” London: [n.a.] May 4, 2012. <>

"Non-federally recognized tribes who have maintained cohesive, identifiable communities in the East and South.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Smithsonian Libraries. “Indians At Work”/Bureau of Indian Affairs Digital Archive. <>


Native American: Indian Boarding Schools

American Indian Boarding Schools. A Supplementary Curriculum Guide. Santa Cruz, CA: Amy Lonetree. [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Tabatha Toney Booth. “Cheaper Than Bullets: American Indian Boarding Schools and Assimilation Policy, 1890-1930.” University of Central Oklahoma, 2009. <>

The Brown Quarterly. “Indian Boarding Schools.” Providence, RI: [n.a.] Fall 2001. < >

Chickasaw Cultural Center. “Head, Heart and Hand: Chickasaws and Boarding Schools” by Brittney. October 6th, 2014. <>

Chilocco National Alumni Association. Stillwater, OK: [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Chilocco Survivors: Contested Discourses in Narrative Responses to Ponca Alcohol Abuse. Erica A. Scott. M.A. Thesis. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 2009. <> “1968: Chilocco High School Yearbook.” Chilocco, OK. [n.a.]<>

Diverse Education. “American Indian School Celebrates Historic Recognition.” AP. March 6th, 2007. <>

 Electric Scotland. Donna Flood. “American History: Chilocco School.” [n.d.] [n.p.]<>

Indian Boarding Schools: A Selected Bibliography. Transcript. Earlene Moore, 2005.<>

Indiana University, Purdue. “Indians of North America” by Larry Zimmerman. Indianapolis, Indiana University-Purdue. [n.d.] <> “History of Indian Boarding Schools.”  Pdf. <>

National Park Service. “National American Indian Heritage Month: Chilocco Indian Agricultural School.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Ponca City, We Love You. Blog. “A Tour of Chilocco Indian Agricultural School.” Hugh Pickens, November 22, 2010. <>

Seattle Times. Matt Kelley, “Former Students Haunted by Past.” March 8, 2017. <>

Thoughts from Polly’s Granddaughter. Blog.  “Silent Video - Chilocco Indian School 1947.” [n.a.] [n.p.] November 15, 2012. <>  

University of Tennessee. “Indian Boarding Schools: A Selected Bibliography” by Earlene J. Moore, Paul Meek Library for the fifth annual Civil Rights Conference held at the University of Tennessee at Martin, February 21–26, 2005. <>

Wikileaks. “Talk: Scientology Infiltrates Indian Nations.” [n.a.] [n.p.] 2015.<>

Wikipedia. “Chilocco Indian Agricultural School.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>  

Youtube. “Chilocco Indian School Revisited” by Justin Tyler Moore. Uploaded November 27th, 2009. <>


Oklahoma State History

 Adams County Historical Society. “The Dust Bowl Years”. 2015. <>

Abandoned Oklahoma. “Eastern State Hospital.” Photos post mid-90s. <>

Donna Dreyer. Indian Territory. “Changes in Indian Nation, OK.” Woodward County, OK. 2000. <>

Donna Dreyer. “Oklahoma Timeline.” Woodward County, OK 2000. <>

Donna Dreyer. “The People of Oklahoma Welcome You.” Woodward County OK, 2014. <>

Eakin Press. “Oklahoma History.” Pdf. <>

Library of Congress. “Voices from the Dust Bowl: the Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin Migrant Worker Collection, 1940 to 1941.” <>

OK Diversity. “Flash From the Past.” [Link now defunct]. <>

Oklahoma, State of. <>

Oklahoma: The Sooner State. “Tulsa County, OK: US Gen Web Archives.” Jeff Smith, 2017.<>

Wikipedia. “Robert S. Kerr.” Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>


Oklahoma Historical Society

 Oklahoma Historical Society, 2009. Accessed: 2013 – 2015. Including articles:

“Agricultural And Vocational Education” by Carl N. Tyson

“Allotment” by Clara Sue Kidwell

“American Indians And Christianity” by Clyde Ellis

“American Indians And Education” by Clyde Ellis

“Aviation Manufacturing” by Keith Tolman

“Barker Gang” by Larry O’Dell

“Baseball” by Bob Burke

“Bluejacket” by Craig County Genealogical Society

“Boomer Movement” by Stan Hoig

“Boxing” by Jon D. May

“Broken Arrow” by Donald A. Wise

“Capital Punishment” by Von Russell Creel

“Cattle Industry” by Jim Hoy

“Chicken-Fried Steak” by Bobby D. Weaver

“Chilocco Indian Agricultural School” by K. Tsianina Lomawaima

“Choc Beer” by Guy Logsdon

“Code Talkers” by William C. Meadows

“Communist Party” by Larry O’Dell

“Curtis Act (1898)” by M. Kaye Tatro

“Dance Halls” by Linda D. Wilson

“Dawes Commission” by Kent Carter

“Dust Bowl” by Donald A. Wilhite

“Dust Bowl Lore” by Guy Logsdon

“Enabling Act (1906)” by Dianna Everett

“Farmer-Labor Reconstruction League” by James C. Milligan

“Farmers’ Markets” by Darin J. Combs

“Five Civilized Tribes” by Andrew K. Frank

“Fry Bread” by Larry O’Dell

“Granite” by Faye Jo Haynes & Glen E. Burkhalter

“Great Depression” by William H. Mullins

“Great Society” by Larry O’Dell

“Hall, David” by Bob Burke

“Hot Oil Controversy” by Kenny A. Franks

“Indian Removal” by Andrew K. Frank

“Indian Response to the Boomer Movement” by Mary Jane Warde

“Indian Territory” by Dianna Everett

“Industrial Workers of the World” by Nigel Anthony Sellars

“Judiciary” by Jerry E. Stephens

“KVOO” by Bill Moore

“Labor, Organized” by Larry O’Dell

“Land Openings” by Dianna Everett

“Land Run of 1889” by Stan Hoig

“Lorton, Eugene” by R. O. Joe Cassity, Jr.

“McAlester” by Thurman Shuller

“McAlester Prison Riot” by Les Brooks

“Mid-Continent Refinery Strike” by Larry O’Dell

“Moonshine” by Guy Logsdon

“New Deal” by Keith L. Bryant, Jr.

“New Tulsa” by Larry O’Dell

“Oil-Field Culture” by Bobby D. Weaver

“Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act” by Brian F. Rader

“Oklahoma Territory” by Kenny L. Brown

“Organic Act (1890)” by Dianna Everett

“Osage Murders” by Jon D. May

“Petroleum Industry” by Kenny A. Franks

“Pipelines” by Bobby D. Weaver

“Printing and Publishing Industry” by Linda D. Wilson

“Progressive Movement” by Kenny L. Brown

“Prohibition” by Jimmie L. Franklin

“Recreation and Entertainment” by George O. Carney

“Repatriation” by E. Jethro Gaede

“Right to Work” by Von Russell Creel

“Rodeo” by Bobby D. Weaver

“Route 66” by Michael Cassity

“Scandals, Political” by Harry Holloway

“Settlement Patterns” by Donald E. Green

“Shawnee, Eastern” by Pamela A. Smith

“Socialist Party” by Jim Bissett

“Termination And Relocation Programs” by E. Jethro Gaede

“Trail of Tears” by Andrew K. Frank

“Tulsa” by Carl E. Gregory

“Tulsa Bomber Plant” by Kent A. Schell

Tulsa Tribune” by Linda D. Wilson

Tulsa World” by Randy Krehbiel

“Unassigned Lands” by Bob L. Blackburn

“Working Class Union” by Nigel Anthony Sellars

“Works Progress Administration” by William H. Mullins

“World War I” by Jim Bissett

“World War II” by Brad Agnew

“Wrestling” by Doris Dellinger

“Wyandotte” by Larry O’Dell

“Tulsa Race Riot: A Report by the Commission to Study the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921.” February 28th, 2001. <>

Chronicles of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Historical Society, 2001. <> Accessed: 2013 – 2015. Includes Articles:

Ezra Brainerd, “Jeremiah Hubbard, Hoosier Schoolmaster and Friends Missionary Among the Indians”

Charles Evans, “Save the Historical Records”

Kathleen Garrett, “Music On The Indian Territory Frontier”

A.M. Gibson, “Joe Kagey: Indian Educator”

A.M. Gibson, “Wyandotte Mission: The Early Years, 1871 – 1900”

A.M. Gibson, “A Social History of the Tri-State District”

Norman Arthur Graebner, “The Public Land Policy of the Five Civilized Tribes”

James K. Hastings, “The Opening of Oklahoma”

C. Ross Hume, “Oklahoma History Embedded In The Law”

Joe C. Jackson, “Schools Among The Minor Tribes In Indian Territory”

O.B. Jacobson and Jeanne d’Ucel, “Early Oklahoma Artists”

Leslie A. McRill, “One Hundred Years of Oklahoma Verse”

“Lines Written on an Indian Face” by Jessie Randolph Moore

Hobert D. Ragland, “Missions of the Society of Friends Among the Indian Tribes of the Sac and Fox Agency”

Ora Eddleman Reed, “The Robe Family – Missionaries”

Rollo G. Silver, “Bibliographical Notes”

Martha Stewart, “The Indian Mission Conference of Oklahoma”

A.C. Townsend, “Indian Territory Ghost Towns”

Robe Carl White, “Experiences at the Opening of Oklahoma 1889”

Esther Witcher, “Territorial Magazines”

Muriel H. Wright, “Pioneer Historian and Archeologist of the State of Oklahoma”


 20th Century America

 The 24th Division Association. David J. Valley, “Fraternization in Japan.” [n.p.] 2010. <>

 Columbia University Libraries. “On Display: Barney Rossett, Publisher-Hero As Combat Photographer in China at Kunning City Museum.” [n.a.] February 24, 2014. <>

Columbia University Libraries. “Barney Rossett and China.” [n.a.] [ca.2014?] <>

Columbia University Libraries. “Barney Rossett and China: Chinese Soldiers.” [n.a.] [ca.2014?] <>

Paul Graham. “The Refragmentation.” January 2016  <>

Poorhouse Story. [Link now defunct]. <>

“Post-War Suburbia Timeline.” Accessed June 4th, 2016. <>


Gilbert Pinkerton

The Dispatch. Jerry R. Wilson. “Rebellion Bad for Politicians.” December 19, 1973. <,5302829>

Ludington Daily News. Jerry R. Wilson. “Housewives’ Rebellion Spells Bad News for Politicians.” December 4, 1973. <,4698823>

Find A Grave. “Gilbert Claude Pinkerton.” [n.a.][ca.1998.] <>

 Tulsa World. Deaths. Gilbert Pinkerton, 76. [n.a.] July 7, 1998. <>


Prisons & Reformatories

1 in 100. Prisoner Publications. [n.p.] Lauren S. 2011. <>

Abandoned Oklahoma. Hissom Memorial. The AOK Team.[n.p.] [n.d.] <>

Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Cities and Town History. Oklahoma Genealogy Trails, [n.p.] [n.a.] 2017. <>

American Journalism Review. Dominic Ali. “The Tense World of Jail Journalism.” [n.p.] 1996.<>

The American Reader. “Prison Writing & Political Will” by Andrea Jones. Accessed December 2016. <> Wikianswers. “What Was Oklahoma State Training School For White Boys?” [n.p.] [n.a.]l [n.d.] <>

Asylum Project. Paul’s Valley State School. [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Boston Evening Transcript. “Latest Prison Journalism.” “T.D.W.” March 14, 1908.<,1497861>

Bulletin, 1920, State Laws Relating to Education. Issue 30. “Delinquents and Dependents.” William R. Hood. GPO, 1921. pp.215. <>

Care2. “Prison-Run Newspaper Honored for Extraordinary Journalism.” Crystal Shepeard. February 13, 2014. [n.p.] <>

Chicago Daily Tribune. “Disclose Role of Murderer As Guinea Pig.” [n.a.] Chicago. September 29, 1960. <>

Edmond Trevor Brown. “Future of SORC Remains in Doubt.” September 7, 2010.<> ‘Hawes-Cooper Act.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [n.p.] <>

Enid Robert Barron. “Enid’s State Senator Feels He Was ‘Lied to’ over NORSE.” November 1, 2012. <> “The Hunt Era: Reviews.” <>

Footprints in Blood. Blog post.  [no named author; “ADC.”] “Burning Down the House.” [n.p.] 2009. <>

Gateway to Oklahoma History. Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division.[n.a.] Oklahoma City, OK. [2017]. Includes:

Photograph 2012.201.B0119A.0144. Associated Press. “Consulting with his attorney, Warren Walters, is W. J. "Tex" Bynum, left, former state pardon and parole director, before Bynum's preliminary hearing Monday in Rogers County court." [Oklahoma] [n.a.] 1962. <>

Photograph 2012.201.BO119A.0139. Associated Press. 1968. “W. J. "Tex" Bynum resigned Friday as deputy director of the Oklahoma Department of Corrections at a public hearing.” <>

Photograph 2012.201.BO119A.0143. Dick Cobb. "Gov. Bellmon was asked to reappoint W. J. Bynum as director of the pardon and parole department Wednesday in a letter from members of the state pardon and Parole Board." <>

Photograph 2012.201.B0119A.0142. [n.p.] "W. J. "Tex" Bynum is back in his old job as Oklahoma Pardon and Parole director, succeeding Ralph T. Hood, who filled the post temporarily following Bynum's resignation in September." <>

Photograph 2012.201.B0119A.0140. "W. J. "Tex" Bynum ,Director - State Pardon & Parole Dept." March 20, 1967. <>

Mike Gorman. Oklahoma’s Problem Children. Pamphlet reprinting 1948 articles from the Daily Oklahoman. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Committee for Mental Hygiene, 1948. <> & OCR version: <>

Law Teacher. “Inmate Code.” [n.a.] [n.d.] [U.K.] <>

A Life in Letters. Blog. “Umnak Island, 23 September 1944.” [n.p.]
“Lanester.” October 30, 2010. <>

Literary Lockup: Education in American Prisons. ‘History.” [n.a.] [n.p.][ca. 2012]. <>

Local Reporting 1947-1987: From A Vote County Fraud to A Corrupt City Council. [re: Austin Stough]. Heinz-Dietrich Fischer, Erika J. Fischer (Editors). The Pulitzer Prize Archive. Language Arts & Disciplines. 1989. <>

New York Times. “Inmates Newspaper Covers a World Behind San Quentin’s Walls.” May 21st, 2014. <>

News One. “San Quentin News Brings Jailhouse Journalism to Prison.” [n.p.] Smokey Fontaine. [ca.2009.] <>

OK Trooper. “The 1973 McAlester Prison Riot and Fire.” [n.a.] [n.p.] [n.d.] <>

Oklahoma Department of Corrections. James Crabtree Correctional Center. Basic Info sheet. Helena, OK: [n.a.]. June 2016. <>

Oklahoma Department of Corrections. “Joseph Harp Correctional Center.” Brochure. March 2013. Accessed: <>

Oklahoma Department of Human Services. [now defunct]. <>

NewsOK/The Oklahoman. “Oklahoma Doc -- Searching for Prisoner Escapees.” [n.a.] 2011. <>

NewsOK/The Oklahoman. “Timeline of Oklahoma’s Involvement in Treatment of Mental Disabilities.” Oklahoma City, OK:  Vallery Brown. January 22, 2012. <>

NewsOK/The Oklahoman. “Murals of the ‘Mad Artist’ of McAlester finally being restored” by Graham Lee Brewer. January 25th, 2015. <>

Poetry Foundation. “Leigh Hunt.” David R. Cheney. Chicago: 2017.<>

Prison Legal News. Daily Newsletter 2012 – 2017. [n.a.] Lake Worth, FL. <>

Prison Legal News. “Cheaper Than Chimpanzees: Expanding the Use of Prisoners in Medical Experiments.” Gregory Dober. Lake Worth, FL: 2008. <>

Revised Laws of the State of Oklahoma. John T. Hays Columbia, MO: E.W. Stephens Publishing Co. 1911. <>

Supplement to the Revised Laws of Oklahoma of 1910. Chester Bunn. Ardmore, OK: Bunn Publishing Co. 1918. <>

Rootsweb. Message board. OKGARVIN-L Archives. O.K. Garvon, 2002-2007. <>

Rutgers. “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Convict: ‘Yesterday Will Make You Cry.’” Chester B. Himes. H.Bruce Franklin. [n.p.] [n.d.] <>

San Quentin News. Arnulfo T. Garcia, editor. San Quentin, CA: San Quentin Press, January 2017. Includes: <> & <>

“Sarita Alami.” Photo portfolio. Atlanta: [n.d.] <>  

Social Forces. “A Study of Publications in National and State Penal and Correctional Institutions in the United States” by Isabella Kellock Coulter. (1936) 15 (2): 255-261. Accessed via: <>

Solitary Watch. “Prison Journalism.” [n.a.] [n.p.] 2010. <>

Sooner Fans. Message board. “Any of y’all ever been in an Oklahoma prison or had a friend/relative in one?” <>

Southwestern Oklahoma State University Academics. “Scholarships: Professor Cedric Crink.” Accessed: 2014. <>

 The Tulsa Tribune. “Wasting Away in Oklahoma” by Susan Witt ad Joyce Peterson. Eli Reichman, photographer. Reprint of a special report series from October 1st to October 10th, 1984. Tulsa, OK. <>

U.S. Bureau of Land Management. [link now defunct] <>

U.S. Dept. of Labor. Directory of State, County, and Municipal Training Schools Caring for Delinquent Children in the United States. US Children’s Bureau. Washington: U.S. Department of Labor. 1940. < State Training School For White Boys>

University of Toronto Libraries. “Representative Poetry Online.” Mark R. Plamondon, editor. [n.d.] <>

University of Wisconsin. Special Collections. [link now defunct]. <>

[Unknown Author] “Prisons: Prisoners - Inmate Subcultures and Informal Organizations.” <>

[Unknown Author] “Inmate Code” <>

USA.Indettaglio.It. ‘Helena State School for Boys.” [n.a.] Indettaglio. Tranpani, Italy. [n.d.]<>

USGenWeb Project. Message board.  “Garvin County: Pauls Valley. Paul’s Valley Enterprise. May 26, 1910 et. al. [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Vice. “Prisoner Sent to Solitary For Having ‘Copious Amounts of Anarchist Publications.” Will Potter. New York: October 18, 2013. <>

Vox. “An Ivy League Professor On What The Campus Conversation on Race Gets Wrong” by Sean Illing. Washington, DC: Sept. 20, 2016. <>

Washington and Lee University. “Journalist Wilbert Rideau to Deliver Key Note for W-L Law School MLK Day Activities.” Peter Jetton. January 13, 2014. <>

Washington Post. “The News Behind Bars.” Washington, DC: Michael S. Rosenwald. May 9, 2011. <>

Wikipedia. “James Crabtree Correctional Center.” [n.a.] [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>

Wikipedia. “Leigh Hunt/The Examiner.” [n.a.[ [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>

Wikisource. “Hunt, James Henry Leigh.” Originally from Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900. Vol. 28.” Wikimedia Foundation, [n.p.] 2011. <,_James_Henry_Leigh_(DNB00)>

Wisconsin History. [Link now defunct]. <>


Windsor Ridenour

American Journalism Review. “When Your Paper Dies.” Mary Hargrove. University of Maryland: December 1992. <>

University of Arkansas. Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History Special Collections Department. Interview with Gary Rice. <>

Tulsa World. “Tribune editor honored // Journalism Hall of Fame praises Ridenour's service” August 21st, 1992. Accessed: 2014.  <>

Tulsa Press Club. List of Presidents. Tulsa: [n.a.] March 11 [n.d.] <>


 A.D. Self

Moose Roots. Message board. “Arlis D. Self.” [n.p.] [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

NewsOK / The Oklahoman. Oklahoma City, OK. Includes:

“Dixie Mafia Boss Dies” <> [Link now defunct]

“Ex-Commissioner Sentenced.” [n.a.] July 28, 1983. <>

“Murderer Wins Parole Hearing” [n.a.] September 11, 1987. <>

“Parole Bid Under Advisement.” [n.a.] August 25, 1987. <>

“Texas Inmate Waives Extradition.” [n.a.] July 19, 1986. <>

“Texas Parolee Now in State Prison.” Jim Etter. July 31, 1986. <> Message board. “ARIZARD-L Archives.”January 1999. <>

Shotgun World. Message board. “Memory Lane.” [ca.2005-11] <>

State Crime Bureau Journal. Blog. “Dixie Mafia, Part 1.” [Oklahoma] Dee Cordry. October 21, 2009. <>

State Crime Bureau Journal. Blog. “Dixie Mafia, Part 2.” [Oklahoma] Dee Cordry. November 10, 2009. <>

Tulsa World. “Tulsa Killer Seeks Parole.” Tulsa, OK: Ziva Branstetter. September 13, 1990.<>

Tulsa World. “Defense Seeking Move of Jordan Trial.” Tulsa, OK: Laurie Casaday. February 11, 1992. <> “Buford Pusser.” Message Board. Selma Forum. [n.a.] [2013] <> & <>

Voices of Oklahoma. “Judge Lee West.” [n.p.] [n.a.] [ca.2011]. <>

Yahoo! Groups. “Re [Crime Myths.” Mafia Members.” [n.p.] Chuck Puckett, December 7, 2009. <>


 Rubin Shetsky

 Breckenridge American. “Bond Is Secured By Rubin Shetsky.” UP article. Ed. 1. March 20th, 1955. Breckendridge, TX. <>

 Rubbed Out. [Site now defunct]. <>


Charley Squirrel

 Find A Grave. “Lemuel C. Squirrel.” [Charley Squirrel] Keely Denning. 2008.<>

 Genealogy.Com. “Re: Mary Cox (c.1740-1816), Wife of Thomas Walling/Wallen, Was Not A Cherokee.” [n.p.] Keely Denning, July 12, 2009. <> Message board. Washington, DC: [Keely Denning]. July 7, 2010. <>

NAFPS. New Age Fraud Message Board. [Charley Squirrel] Walter Renz.<> / <;wap2>

Tulsa World. “Area Deaths.” Tulsa: July 21, 1992. <>


 Tulsa History

Abandoned Tulsa. Blog. “New Download Site.” Tulsa: Allison Zarrow. 2011. <>

C-Span American History TV. “Tulsa Weekend.” March 8th – 12th, 2015. <>

C-Span American History TV. “Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District.” March 8th – 12th, 2015. <>

C-Span American History TV. “Cyrus Avery & Route 66”. March 8th – 12th, 2015. <>

Facebook. “North Tulsa 50’s 60’s & 70’s – The Real Outsiders.” Closed Facebook Group. <>

For the First Time (or the Last Time). Blog. “1984: Last State Votes for Booze in Bars.” [n.p.] Michael N. Marcus. 2008. <>

Growing Up With Tulsa. Rootsweb. Kathie Harrison. 2012. <>

Library of Congress. “NAACP photographs of race riots in Columbia, Tenn., Los Angeles, Calif., and Tulsa, Okla.” Search guide. Washington, DC: [n.a.] [ca.2017.] <>

Lost Tulsa. [now defunct]. <>

Muskogee Public Schools.Official home page. [ca.2016].[n.a.] <>

“News By Radio.” Full text. [n.p.] [n.d.] [n.a.]<>

NewsOK / The Oklahoman. “Taxi Drivers Left in Rough.” Oklahoma City: [n.a.]. August 4, 1982. <>

OETA. Dick Pryor Interviews David Hall. 2010] <>

Profiles of Oklahoma Pharmacy. “Pharmacy Families of Oklahoma: The Brasel Family” by Carl K. Buckner. April 2012. Edmond, OK. PDF. <>

Rethinking Schools. “The Tulsa Race Riot Tea Party/Mixer: Roles” [n.p.] [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Signs of Tulsa. Blog. [Now defunct]. <>

“Street Name Changes in Tulsa.” Steve Morse. [n.p.] [n.d.] <> Message board. “Knotty Pine Restaurant to be Bulldozed.” Originally on “News on 6 Tulsa.” August 5, 2005. <>

TravelinTeachers Family Tree. “Walden Family.” [n.p.] [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Tulsa, City of. “History of Fire Stations.” [Now defunct] <>

Tulsa City-County Library. “Beryl Ford Collection.” [n.d.] [n.a.]<>

Tulsa City-County Library. “Local History in the Research Center.” [n.a.] March 9, 2017. <>

Tulsa City-County Library. “Chronology of Tulsa Events.” <>

Tulsa County History. “A chronological history of Tulsa, 1836 – 1950” [n.a.] June 14th, 2016.<>

Tulsa Forum. Tulsa Now. Message board. [n.p.] [n.a.] [n.d] <;topic=1750.0>

Tulsa Gal. Blog. “Disco Dancing in Tulsa.” Tulsa. Nancy[__]. Oct. 20, 2012.<>

Tulsa Gal. Blog. “Suburban Sprawl.” Tulsa. Nancy =-[_] June 24, 2009.<>

Tulsa Race Riot Photographers.I. Marc Carlson. Tulsa. 2012. 

Tulsa World. “Rhythm shuffle strikes again.” Tulsa, OK: John Wooley, March 20, 2005.[Link now defunct.] <>

University of Tulsa. From McFarlin Tower. “Lord Loftus Letters.” Amanda Vestal. March 10, 2017. <>

Welcome to Tulsa County. “A Brief Stroll Down Memory Lane.” Tulsa. [n.d.] Linda Haas Davenport. <>

Welcome to Tulsa County. “Some Tulsa History.” Tulsa. [n.a.] January 12, 1998. <>

Welcome to Tulsa County. “Tulsa YMCA. Penny Postcard and Short History.” Tulsa. Linda Haas Davenport. [n.d.] <>

Welcome to Tulsa County. “Central High School.” Tulsa. Linda Haas Davenport. [n.d.] <>

Welcome to Tulsa County. “Will Rogers High School, Tulsa OK. Picture Postcard and Short History.” Tulsa. Linda Haas Davenport. [n.d.] <>

 [Unknown] [defunct] <>

 Youtube. “WKY News Can #630. 1958.” Posted by The WKY KTVY KFOR Archives with the Oklahoma Historical Society. Published: August 12th, 2014. <>

 Youtube. “Tulsa, Oklahoma – Tulsa in the 50s”. Cities in America Documentary - Ella73TV. <> Presented by U.S.I.S. United States Information Service. Produced by Knickerbocker Productions, Inc. Prod. Howard A. Lesser Dir. Victor D. Solow.


 This Land Press

 This Land. “The Essential Guide to Tate Brady.” Tulsa: August 7th, 2013. <>

 This Land. “Flim-Flammery and the Devil: An Early History of the Tulsa World.” Lee Roy Chapman. Tulsa:  January 4th, 2012. <>

This Land. “The Nightmare in Dreamland.” Lee Roy Chapman. Tulsa: April 18th, 2012. <>

This Land. “The Purpose Is To Direct.” Larry Guthrie. Tulsa: January 1st, 2014. <>

This Land. “Sex In the City.” Clara Nier. Tulsa: October 8, 2011. <>

This Land. “Tulsa Revealed.” Shantelle Jennings. Tulsa: May 9, 2012.<>


Tulsa TV Memories

 Tulsa TV Memories. Group blog. Mike Ransom, blogmaster. [Tulsa, OK]. [n.d] <> Includes:

Group blog. [n.a.] [ca.1999]. <>

Group blog 104. Jim Hartz. March 28, 2002. <>

Group blog 116. [n.a.] October 11, 2002. <>

Group blog 203. Mark Tillotson. January 31, 2006. <>

Group blog 204. [n.a.] [ca.2006]. <>

Group blog 274. [n.a.] [ca.2008]. <>

Group blog 275. Lee Woodward. November 18, 2008. <>

Group blog 278. Rideshy and the Mayrooms. [n.d.] <>

“Liquor by the Wink Club Cards.” [n.d.] <>


The Wilsons “Bobby Wilson.” [n.p.] [n.a.] [n.d.] <>”Bobby Wilson.” [n.p. [n.a.] [n.d.] <>

Gettysburg Times. “Rossman Trial Jurors Chosen.” [n.a.] April 14, 1956. <,1088267>

Gettysburg Times. “Convict Says Wilson Told of Killing Woman.” [n.a.] April 28, 1956. <,104667>

Post Bulletin. “Donald Norman ‘Buddy’ Wilson.” Rochester, MN. [n.a.] Dec. 6, 2003. [?]<> 


Buster Wortman

Crime Library. [now defunct]. <>

Find A Grave. Lehi, UT. “Frank L. ‘Buster.’ Wortman.” Connie Nisinger, 2002. <>

Gangland Chicago History. [link now defunct]. <>

Mafia Today. [now defunct] <>

St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “A Look Back: Two mobsters found guilty in East St. Louis in 1962” by Tim O’Neil. February 26th, 2012. <>

The Telegraph. [link now defunct] <>

Wikipedia. “Frank Wortman.” [n.d.] Wikipedia Foundation. San Francisco/Los Angeles CA. <>

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