On February 15, 2020, the Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum played host to a presentation by Mr. David Morgan about his great-grandfather Dick T. Morgan who was a figure of some prominence here in early Northwest Oklahoma.
Beige booklet with quote of President Taft on cover, 47 pages, includes listings of endorsements by state, pitch to join movement,lists of articles of association, and lists E. Clarence Jones as President of association
Beige single page program of Memorial Day Exercises in Covington Indiana, 1919 and a beige booklet compliments of the Calhoun Mansion in Charleston, pages not numbered, contains points of interest and facts about Charleston area
Beige booklet with photo of a statue of a soldier(The Massachusetts Monument), pages not numbered, includes history on Vicksburg, maps, and black and white photos of sites, Second Revised Edition, 1906
Two cream colored Voter Registration forms, filled out by Dick T. Morgan, dated July 8. 1908 and March 27, 1908 for the city of Woodward, Oklahoma, ward 2; both are signed by Morgan and by R.C. Price City Clerk of Woodward