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Photographs can capture our imagination and transport us back in time. These images can unlock memories, remind us of our past, and also show us how our lives has changed as time marches on. Frozen in Time: a Photographic History of Northwestern Oklahoma is a special exhibit that focuses of a selection of photographs from northwestern Oklahoma, both past and present.
This locally-created temporary exhibit covers the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893 through the 1930s, and then jumps to modern-era images of northwest Oklahoma.
Regional photographs by noted Enid photographers Mike Klemme and Wess Gray, historic photographers William S. Prettyman, Dick McConkey, and former Enid News & Eagle photographer Bill Edson.
Open during regular museum hours, 10 am-5 pm Tuesday-Saturday. Admission is the regular museum admission fee.
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