Creative Crafts Video Collection
Videocassettes of the educational Creative Crafts television program, produced by the Metropolitan Library System, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma between 1973 and 1991.
Joe De Yong/Richard J. Flood Collection
Papers and photographs of a western movie extra, cowboy artist, Charles M. Russell protégé, and historical consultant on western films such as The Plainsman (1937), Union Pacific (1939), Buffalo Bill (1944), Red River (1948), and Shane (1953).
James Earle Fraser and Laura Gardin Fraser Studio Papers
Papers and photographs from the studio of the noted sculptors and numismatic designers.
Carl Link Papers
Papers and photographs of Carl Link, a German-American artist, commercial illustrator, and art educator best known for his paintings of dance and theatrical personalities, American Indians, and animals.
Carl Link Postcard Collection
Over 2,000 postcards collected as both art reference and souvenirs by Carl Link, a German-American artist, commercial illustrator, and art educator best known for his paintings of dance and theatrical personalities, American Indians, and animals.
Tom Lovell Papers
Papers, photographs, and sketches of the award-winning artist and commercial illustrator.
William F. Reese Papers
Papers and photographs of the contemporary postimpressionist artist and art instructor whose work embraces landscape, portrait, still life, animals and wildlife, and scenes of the contemporary west.
Tom Ryan Papers
Papers and photographs of a contemporary western artist and photographer whose work documents the life of the working cowboy, especially on the famed 6666 Ranch of King County, Texas.
Charles Schreyvogel Papers
Papers and photographs document the period when Schreyvogel was one of the most popular historical western genre artists in America, including his career, artwork, and relationships with some of the most prominent men and women of his time, William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Elizabeth B. Custer, Frederic Remington, and Theodore Roosevelt.
Arthur & Shifra Silberman Native American Art Collection
Collection documents Native American art, especially the Kiowa Five artists, including photocopied records, letters, correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, photographs, research notes, and other materials.
Lowell Ellsworth Smith Papers
Papers and photographs of Ohio watercolorist Lowell Ellsworth Smith, whose work encompasses his native Ohio, the western United States, Mexico, and Europe.
Bettina Steinke and Don Blair Papers
Papers and photographs of artist Bettina Steinke and her husband, commercial photographer and gallery owner, Don Blair, which features nearly 38,000 prints, negatives, transparencies, and slides documenting their lives and careers.
William "Jolly Bill" Steinke Papers
Papers and photographs of cartoonist and radio and television performer William “Jolly Bill” Steinke, who was also the father of artist Bettina Steinke.