THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OKLAHOMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY WILL BE HELD AT OKMULGEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, May 10-11, 1935.
At the quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors held January 24, 1935 a committee of Okmulgee citizens consisting of E. W. Cowden, president and John White, secretary of the Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Orlando Swain, secretary of the Creek Indian Memorial Association appeared before the Board for the purpose of having the date fixed for the Annual Meeting which is to be held at Okmulgee, and also discuss some of the arrangements for the meeting.
THE DATE OF THE MEETING WAS FIXED FOR MAY 10-11, 1935.
Upon motion of Judge Williams a committee of three consisting of Judge Harry Campbell and John B. Meserve of Tulsa and Dr. Grant Foreman of Muskogee, was added to the standing committee on annual meeting program, to cooperate with the citizens of Okmulgee in arranging for the Annual Meeting.
The meeting will be held at the historical council house of the Creek Indians, and a splendid program lasting two days is being planned by the committee and the citizens of Okmulgee.
Visitors will have the opportunity of visiting places of historic interest while attending the Annual Meeting.
The members of the Okahoma Historical Society will be notified by letter of the coming event.