Chronicling the lives of women involved in the legislative arena, the Women of the Oklahoma Legislature oral history project captures and records information about women who have served or are currently serving in the Oklahoma Legislature in their own voices. Project lead: Tanya Finchum.
With the vast majority of Dust Bowl research focusing on the point of view of men, this oral history project profiles the plight of Oklahoma women from the Dust Bowl’s epicenter and their memories of this tumultuous time.
This oral history project profiles Oklahoma women who supported World War II efforts on the home front by working in factories in Oklahoma, primarily at Tinker Field building B-52s.
*Affiliated oral history projects are joint efforts between researchers and the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program. These projects may utilize the services and/or expertise of staff members.