Historical Reviews

The Payne County Historical Society was reconstituted in 1980. Among its objectives was the preservation and communication of the history of the region and the Payne County Historical Review was born. Mary Jane Warde accepted the task as the first editor setting a publication standard that all subsequent editors have attempted to maintain.

Over the years an outstanding amount of research, memories, pictures, and stories have contributed in capturing the spirit and history of Payne County. As we continue this tradition, it is helpful to take a moment and review the vast repertoire of articles that have been contributed to this time.

The Board of Directors has set a goal of putting future and past Reviews on the internet with searchable functions. In the meantime, we offer a listing of articles published in the past. Additional information has been added to some titles to provide information regarding content. News and notes, messages from the Society, and other information that pertains to the history of the Society have been omitted from the listing.

Past copies of many of the Review are available and can be obtained for $5.00 each by ordering directly with Payne County Historical Society, P. O. Box 2262, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74076.

Index of Articles from past Payne County Historical Reviews, 1980-2018

Title Author Vol  –Issue –Year
Pandemonium in Ingalls: Bill Doolin’s Wild Bunch and the Gun Battle of 1893 Jim Smallwood Vol I – Issue 1 – 1980
Stillwater’s Lustron Homes Still Shine Ray H. Burley Vol I – Issue 1 – 1980
The Railroad Reaches Stillwater Lawrence Gibbs Vol I – Issue 1 – 1980
The Formative Years of a University Russell M. Lawson Vol I – Issue 1 – 1980
Importance of Local History Dr. Douglas Hale Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Hopkins Sandstone House and Farmstead Dr. Annetta Cheek Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Sources for Historical Research Michael & Diane Everman Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Historic Sites in Payne County Karen Curths Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Dr. O. L. Gibson’s Historic Highlights of the First Baptist Church Edited by Mary Jane Warde Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
A Place Called Floyd and a Lame Horse: The Braswells Remember   Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Christmas Notes: Some Hints and Suggestions That May Prove Valuable in Making Selection of Presents Stillwater Gazette, Dec 26, 1901 Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
Payne County Copper Mines Mary Jane Warde Vol I – Issue 2 – 1980
     
“Ol’ Betsy” (Stillwater’s first motorized fire engine) Everett E. Hudiburg Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
Some Eighty-Niners Remember PCHS meeting in 1942 Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
“Oklahoma” Freeman E. Miller Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
The “Civilized Tourist,” Washington Irving on the Prairie Mary Jane Warde Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
How Our Grandmothers Did It from The Log Cabin Cook Book Edna Eaton Wilson Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
A Glimpse of the Past: Stillwater Railroad Depot, 1907 Ann Carlson Vol I – Issue 3 – 1980
The Historic Preservation Survey of the Cushing Oil Field: A Summary George Carney Vol I – Issue 4 – 1980
Payne County Cemetery Records Ann Carlson Vol I – Issue 4 – 1980
Thomas J. Hoyt Remembers Stillwater News-Press, August 18, 1946 Vol I – Issue 4 – 1980
Historic Old Central Kenny L. Brown & LeRoy H. Fischer Vol I – Issue 4 – 1980
Early Day Stillwater in a Nutshell Ward Hays Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
Madeline Webb Story Micki Van Deventer Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
Marking a Washington Irving Campsite B. B. Chapman Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
Historic Properties of the Cushing Oil Field George Carney Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
A Glimpse of the Past: Jardot Opera House   Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
Many Memories in Pleasant Valley Building Leon J. York Vol II – Issue 1 – July 1981
Things Can Change in a Hurry (Pearl Harbor) Paula Waldowski Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
School Days Ralph Pearson Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
Dr. Berlin B. Chapman’s Early History of Stillwater & Vicinity Mary Jane Warde Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
Reminiscence of Early School Days in Stillwater J. H. Donart Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
Veterans of ’04 OU-Aggie Game Will Rally Saturday by Otis Wile Stillwater News-Press, November 20, 1954 Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
Shotgun Houses in Payne County Dr. George O. Carney Vol II – Issue 2 – October 1981
Stillwater Pressed Brick Company Ann Carlson Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
A. J. Rutter Marguerite Downing Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
History of Payne County Historical Society Dr. B. B. Chapman Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
History of Pleasant Valley School as I Know It Ward Hays Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
Museums in Stillwater, Oklahoma Stillwater Chamber of Commerce Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
The World Has Really Changed: June Webb Remembers WWII Paula Waldowski Vol II – Issue 3 – January 1982
When Radio Came to Ripley Alvan L. Mitchell Vol II – Issue 4 – Spring 1982
Early Day Passenger Trains Solve Stillwater and Area Residents Recreational Problems Ward Hays Vol II – Issue 4 – Spring 1982
Memories of Mrs. Josh A. Brock Marjorie Moore Vol II – Issue 4 – Spring 1982
Grandfather’s Tales Ralph Pearson Vol II – Issue 4 – Spring 1982
The War Seemed Very Far Away: Mary Margaret Sylvester Remembers WWII Paula Waldowski Vol II – Issue 4 – Spring 1982
Cimarron Family Legends , 1978-1880 Kay Nettleton Vol III – Issue 1 – Summer 1982
Grandfather’s Tales (1903-1909) Ralph Pearson Vol III – Issue 1 – Summer 1982
Payne County Historical Society Photography Contest and Display Mary Jane Warde Vol III – Issue 1 – Summer 1982
Stillwater and Payne County Early Day Post Offices Ward Hays Vol III – Issue 1 – Summer 1982
Oklahoma Has Been One of the Great Supporters of the Military: Dr. James Webster Remembers WWII Paula Waldowski Vol III – Issue 1 – Summer 1982
The Presidency of the United States: A Speech by Harry Truman Transcript by N. L. Rensch, Jr., and Frederick L. Kolch Vol III – Issue 2 – Autumn 1982
Truman in Stillwater: A Textural Perspective N. L. Rensch, Jr Vol III – Issue 2 – Autumn 1982
Truman in Stillwater: An Historical Perspective Theodore L. Agnew Vol III – Issue 2 – Autumn 1982
Truman in Stillwater: A Rhetorical Perspective Frederick L. Kolch Vol III – Issue 2 – Autumn 1982
Street Names in Stillwater Robert H. Donaldson Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
Klu Klux Klan Comes to Ripley Alvan Mitchell Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
A Day to Remember (Inauguration of Oklahoma’s First Governor Ward Hays Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
What You Gotta Do, You Gotta Do: Dorothy Dupree Cathey Remembers WWII Paula Waldowski Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
The Wind Changes Everything: A Conclusion(V-E Day) Paula Waldowski Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
A Glimpse of the Past: Ripley’s First High School Class Nellie Berry Myers Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
Grandfather’s Tales (1905-07) Ralph Pearson Vol III – Issue 3– Winter 1983
The Pearson Family Dick Cleverdon Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Mr. and Dr. L. A. Cleverdon Wanda Gudgel Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Resident Returns from China (M. A. Munger) Wanda Barker Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
A Teacher’s Memories (Augusta V. Adams) Rachel Adams Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Boomer Runs Second-hand Store (L. A. Laughlin) Nancy Durst Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Forty Years of Stillwater Mrs. E. E. Hopkins Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
My Memories of Early Days as Told to Betty Joe Kerby Mrs. W. A. Watson Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Early Days Around Stillwater Claud Grissom Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Early Stillwater   Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
John Barnes Reviews Early Stillwater Bob Wallace Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Pioneers of Stillwater Ross Floyd Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Letter from C. L. Kezer to Wilbur Simank   Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Mrs. Al Shively Betty Joe Kerby & Maurine Peaden Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
The Donart Family Bob Murphy Vol III – Issue 4– Spring 1983
Our First Feed Store Owned by Mr. & Mrs.            William Frick Betty Schafers Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
John Jacobs   Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
W. O. Carpenter Robert Whitenton Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
The Development of Stillwater by Annabeth Lowry Wanda Barker Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
Back in ’89 (Mr. & Mrs. G. F. Knowles) Geneva Cochran Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
John W. Thatcher   Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
J. W. Swope Marjorie Moore Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
J. P. Talbot Ted Baird Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
Shermans Here Since the Run Maxine Johnson Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
The Wolves Did Howl Ren Saxton Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
The Rough and Ready Days of Stillwater by August Koeller J. C. Lytton Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
Story of the Lyttons J. C. Lytton Vol IV – Issue 1– Summer 1983
Horsethief Canyon: Landmark on the Cimarron River LeRoy H. Fischer & Thomas D. Isern Vol IV – Issue 2– Autumn 1983
My First Trip to Horsethief Canyon: Easter Sunday, 1907 Ward Hays Vol IV – Issue 2– Autumn 1983
My Second Trip to Horsethief Canyon (1912) Ward Hays Vol IV – Issue 2– Autumn 1983
Grandfather’s Tales (1906-10) Ralph Pearson Vol IV – Issue 2– Autumn 1983
Reminiscences: Class of 1924 L. D. (Bill) Melton Vol IV – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Payne County Newspapers: Edmon Low Library   Vol IV – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Grandfather’s Tales (1910) Ralph Pearson Vol IV – Issue 3– Winter 1984
A Glimpse of the Past: The Rebuilding of Morrill Hal   Vol IV – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Stillwater’s Grand Opera House Doris Dellinger Vol IV – Issue 4– Spring 1984
Ralph Pearson   Vol IV – Issue 4– Spring 1984
Grandfather’s Tales (1893) Ralph Pearson Vol IV – Issue 4– Spring 1984
Captain David L. Payne Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol V – Issue 1– Summer 1984
Boomers Come to Stillwater Berlin B. Chapman Vol V – Issue 1– Summer 1984
A Thousand Troops Threaten Stillwater Berlin B. Chapman Vol V – Issue 2– Autumn 1984
One Pioneer Family: William L. & Cynthia Couch Eugene Couch Vol V – Issue 2– Autumn 1984
Story of Boomers in Stillwater, Speech at Oklahoma Convention, February 3, 1885 William L. Couch Vol V – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Official Military Record: Boomer Settlement in Stillwater   Vol V – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Boomer Richard Courtright Elaine Courtright Vol V – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Boomer Ira N. Terrill Dr. Berlin B. Chapman Vol V – Issue 3– Winter 1984
Lieutenant Matthias Walter Day Dr. Berlin B. Chapman Vol V – Issue 3– Winter 1984
William L. Couch at Stillwater Edna M. Couch Vol V – Issue 4– Spring 1985
Downtown Commercial Buildings of Small Rural Towns in Payne County, 1889-1915 Mark C. Miller Vol VI – Issue 1– Summer 1985
Whatever Happened to Downtown Ripley: Letter to Alvan Mitchell Martha Norton Vol VI – Issue 1– Summer 1985
Early Day Automobiles in Stillwater L. D. “Bill” Melton Vol VI – Issue 1– Summer 1985
Origin of Yost Lake: U. C. Guss of Guthrie, Father of Popular Resort Orange & Black, September 4, 1915 Vol VI – Issue 2– Winter 1985
Memories of Yost Lake Frances Jenkins Escue Vol VI – Issue 2– Winter 1985
Yost Lake: Personal Recollections L. D. “Bill” Melton Vol VI – Issue 2– Winter 1985
Horrible Marine Disaster on Lake Yost Newspaper Article Vol VI – Issue 2– Winter 1985
That Great Class of 1903 R. Morton House Vol VI – Issue 3– Spring 1986
Conflict of Power Amy Whitehead Vol VI – Issue 4– Summer 1986
President Eisenhower’s Handling of McCarthyism Lynn Hollida Vol VI – Issue 4– Summer 1986
The Yalta Agreement Ward Louise Burrow Loving Vol VI – Issue 4– Summer 1986
Preface to 1943 History Class “Memories of Oklahoma”   Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Reminiscences of an ’89er, John Barnes of Stillwater Janice Jessee Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Reminiscences of an ’89er, George Davis of Stillwater Tena Franklin Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Pioneering in Oklahoma in ’89, George C. Cleveland of Stillwater Charlotte Whitford Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Mrs. Andrews, an ’89er, Mrs. Harry Eben of Stillwater Dan Brannin Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Interview of Mrs. Catalina Prater of Oklahoma City Elizabeth Stewart Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Early Oklahoma, Mr. G. W. Bruce of Guthrie Margaret Learn Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
Memories of Mrs. Mary Hand McGeorge of Stillwater Jerome M. Muhlberg Vol VII – Issue 1, 2 – Autumn, Winter 1987
First Days of Stillwater as Told by an ’89er John Whittemore Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Story of an ’89er, Mrs. Harry Bullen Mary Bickel Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
A Story of the ’89ers as Told by Mrs. Alice Pound Eugene Wedin Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
How the ’89er Lived as Told by Mary Ann Tourtellotte Betty Tourtellotte Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
A Pioneer Woman, Miss Ellen Donahoe of Tulsa Margie G. Tallman Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Reminiscence of an ’89er, Mr. George Yeokum Louise Burrow Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Opening of Cherokee Outlet Mary McKee Lawson Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
“Notorious” Oklahoma as Told by Mr. Charles Preston Beck Anna Mae Lund Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
The Settlement of Oklahoma City as Told by A. C. Scott Jean Horton Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Settlers in Oklahoma Lida M. Russell Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Sand Springs, Oklahoma, One Man’s Vision Grace Gow Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
My Knowledge of the Great Salt Plains Edna Mae Baker Vol VII – Issue 3, 4 – Winter, Spring 1987
Recollections of an ’89er, Mrs. Sallie B. Wallace Stephen Ray Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
An Indian’s Impression of the Coming of the White Man, Mr. Joseph Colbert Anne Orr Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
William Tasmain Cloud’s Journey to Settlement and Life in Grady County John William Weaver Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
Early History of an Oklahoma Town, Watonga Eugene Mosely Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
The Early History of Gage Flora Mae Thomas Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
A Story of the Eighty-Niners Martha Swinehart Vol VIII – Issue 1, 2 – Summer, Fall 1987
Letter from the Author Charles Bahos Vol VIII – Issue 3, 4– Winter, Spring 1988
The Round Mountain Campaign Charles Bahos Vol VIII – Issue 3, 4– Winter, Spring 1988
The Site of the Battle of Round Mountain Angie Debo, Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol IX – Issue 1, 2– Summer, Autumn 1988
Ekvn-hv-lwuce, Site of Oklahoma’s First Civil War Battle Orpha Russell, Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol IX – Issue 1, 2–Summer, Autumn1988
Colonel Cooper’s Civil War Report on the Battle of Round Mountain Muriel Wright, Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol IX – Issue 3, 4–Winter, Spring 1989
The Location of the Battle of Round Mountain Angie Debo, Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol X – Issue 1, 2– Winter, Spring 1989
Chief Opothleyahola John Bartlett Meserve, Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol X – Issue 1, 2– Winter, Spring 1989
Miner Curley Hall, Soldier Leland Ray Vol XI – Fall 1992
A Walk in the Morning, One Man’s Story, Col. (ret.) LeRoy Stanley Patricia S. Webster Vol XI – Fall 1992
The Opportunity to Serve: My Source Memoirs, 1943-1946 John R. Adams, RM1C(T) USNR Vol XI – Fall 1992
Walter E. Price Roger Price Vol XI – Fall 1992
World War II: Remembering When Our Neighbors Went to War Peter C. Rollins Vol XI – Fall 1992
More Than Just History: Role Models from WWII Peter C. Rollins Vol XII – Spring 1993
In the Eye of the Storm with Bob Fite Leland Ray Vol XII – Spring 1993
Surviving the WWII: The Story of Walter C. Crane Yoon Sik Kim Vol XII – Spring 1993
D. Judson Milburn: Convoy Duty on the Murmansk Run John R. Adams Vol XII – Spring 1993
Ted Best’s Memoir of WWII: USS LST 353 in the Pacific Wantae Lim Vol XII – Spring 1993
Woodrow Peery: “Fire Control” in the Pacific Theater Mary F. Bishop Vol XII – Spring 1993
Teardrops in the Rain: “Mike” Stephanic Remembers Dan Felsenthal Vol XII – Spring 1993
My Father (Frank Eaton) Elizabeth Eaton Wise Vol XIII – Fall 1993
Recollections of Frances Rice Gray as Told to her by her father, L. C. Rice Francis Rice Gray Vol XIII – Fall 1993
Young Jack McGinty’s Trip through the West Carla & Dale Chlouber Vol XIII – Fall 1993
My Mother’s Story (Gay Ione Albright) Jamie Alyce Dunn Vol XIII – Fall 1993
A Story Typical of Pioneer Life in Oklahoma Territory as told to John H. Melton Perry A. Smith Vol XIII – Fall 1993
Pleasant Valley Memories Ed Glover Vol XIV – Spring 1994
Genesis Harold W. Straughn Vol XIV – Spring 1994
America at War Harold Straughn Vol XV – Fall 1994
My Pleasant Valley Adventure Ed Glover Vol XV – Fall 1994
The Very Last Run David L. Payne Vol XVI – Spring 1995
David L. Payne and the Boomers “The Story of Oklahoma,” Muriel H. Wright Vol XVI – Spring 1995
Yale Armory Twylla I. Berger Vol XVI – Spring 1995
History of Yale Public Library, 1916-1994 Twylla Berger Vol XVII – Fall 1995
St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, A Parish History Mary Ellen Cooper Vol XVII – Fall 1995
History of First Church of Christian Scientist   Vol XVIII – Spring 1996
Brown v. the Board of Education and District 16, Stillwater (Interview with Bill Simank) Susie Kessler Vol XIX – Fall 1996
Payne County During the Great Depression, 1932-1936 (Interview with Frances J. Escue) Eric F. Griffitts Vol XIX – Fall 1996
Fireside Chat of The Lytton Building Frances Escue Vol XX – Spring 1997
The Story of Mathias Hoyt as Told by Marville Washinka   Vol XX – Spring 1997
Milton Fitz Randolph and Myrtle Nina Stewart Sally Randolph Banks Vol XX – Spring 1997
Robert A. Lowry Camp No. 24, The United Spanish War Veterans Mary Jane Warde Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Getting Acquainted with Some of Colonel Roosevelt’s Rough Riders O. W. (Jack) McGinty Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Memories of Oklahoma: From the A&M College Magazine, May1943   Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Forward to “Memories of Oklahoma” Essays of the OAMC History Class of 1942-1943″   Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Members of B. B. Chapman’s 1942-43 Oklahoma History Class   Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Reminiscences of an ’89er (John H. Barnes) Janice Jessee Vol XXI – Spring 1998
A Story of the Eighty-Niners Martha Swinehart Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Pioneering in Oklahoma in ’89 (George C. Cleveland) Charlotte Whitford Vol XXI – Spring 1998
Memories of the Old Settler’ Reunion at Camp Frame Elnora Stanley Flaherty Vol XXI – Spring 1998
A Fitting Image: Frank “Pistol Pete” Eaton” Janet Varnum, OSU Magazine Vol XXI – Fall 1998
Story of an ’89er Mary Bickel Vol XXI – Fall 1998
An Indian’s Impression of the Coming of the White Man into Oklahoma Anne Orr Vol XXI – Fall 1998
Recollections of an ’89er Stephen Ray Vol XXI – Fall 1998
Mrs. Andrews, an ’89er” Dan Brannin Vol XXI – Fall 1998
Stillwater Stories: The T. J. Hoyt Family Eugene M. Hoyt Vol XXII – Spring 1999
The Old Settlers of Perkins Perkins Old Settlers Vol XXII – Spring 1999
Merl and Me Neal Pock Vol XXII – Spring 1999
Christmas Cards from Willard Gordon Neal Pock Vol XXIII – Fall 1999
Yost Lake Phyllis Luebke Vol XXIII – Fall 1999
The Railroad Comes to Town . . . and Stays Leon Wook Vol XXIII – Fall 1999
Otto Gray and his Oklahoma Cowboys: The Country’s First Commercial Western Band Carla Chlouber Vol XXIII – Fall 1999
The Peculiar Tale of Sgt. Webber Jim Showalter Vol XXIII – Spring 2000
The Story of Mehan Jean Mehan Zetterberg Vol XXIII – Spring 2000
How We Remember: An Oral History Project by Students at Perkins-Tryon High School Carla Chlouber Vol XXIII – Spring 2000
George Washington Grayson and the Creek, Nation, 1843-1920 by Mary Jane Warde A Review by Alvena Bieri Vol XXIII – Spring 2000
The Jewish Community in Stillwater: A Brief History Perry Gethner Vol XXIV – Winter 2001
Memoirs of a Student Taxi Driver Lawrence H. Erwin, DVM Vol XXIV – Winter 2001
Ripley, Oklahoma: 100 Years on the Banks of the Cimarron Dale and Carla Chlouber Vol XXIV – Winter 2001
    Vol XXIV – Issue 2 – Summer, Fall 2001
An Oklahoman at Pearl Harbor Billie D. Berger Vol XXIV – Issue 2 – Summer, Fall 2001
The Rice-Kerby Cabin: Payne County’s Oldest House Diane Davis White Vol XXIV – Issue 2 – Summer, Fall 2001
Stillwater’s Unreported 1958 Sit-in Dale Chlouber Vol XXIV – Issue 2 – Summer, Fall 2001
Heather MacAlpine Lloyd Ann Fuhrman Vol XXIV – Issue 2 – Summer, Fall 2001
Glenn Shirley, Historian of Law and Order in the Old West Carla Chlouber Vol XXV — Issue 1 — Winter, Spring 2002
Formation of the Payne County Historical Society (1940)   Vol XXV — Issue 1 — Winter, Spring 2002
The Cimarron Valley Railroad Museum   Vol XXV — Issue 1 — Winter, Spring 2002
Professor Helps Tribe Hear Its Own Voice Carolyn Gonzales Vol XXV – Issue 2 – Fall 2002
Where There is Will, There is a Way Effie Mae Cox Griesel Vol XXV – Issue 2 – Fall 2002
Payne County Markers Sam Laffoon Vol XXV – Issue 2 – Fall 2002
Memories of Early Stillwater Grace Donart Weilmuenster Vol XXVI – Issue 1 – Spring 2003
The Very Modern Home of Haskell and Agnes Pruett Barbara Dunn Vol XXVI – Issue 1 – Spring 2003
The Story of Rachel Anna Haines and David L. Payne Carla Chlouber Vol XXVI – Issue 1 – Spring 2003
The Stillwater Airport Museum   Vol XXVI – Issue 1 – Spring 2003
Stillwater Movie History: An Eyewitness Account D. Earl Newsom Vol XXVI – Issue 2 – Fall 2003
Remembering Marena Jeanette Walter Sneed Vol XVII – Issue 1 – Fall 2004
Billee “Babe” Fisher Carla Chlouber Vol XVII – Issue 1 – Fall 2004
Leonard Herron Recalls Early A&M Spirit Songs and Characters   Vol XVII – Issue 1 – Fall 2004
James Ronda Talks About Washington Irving   Vol XVII – Issue 1 – Fall 2004
Robert A. Lowry, 1859-1920 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Simon W. Swope, 1843-1907 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Frank J. Wikoff, 1867-1950 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Charles Robert Bellatti, 1886-1953 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Henry G. Bennett, 1886-1952 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Jacob (Jake) Katz, 1873-1968 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Arthur B. “Red” Alcott, 1894-1997 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
C. E. Donart, 1885-1978 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
William A. Swiler, 1852-1944 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Edward C. Burris, 1906-1977 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
James Buchanan Murphy, 1856-1924 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Louis Joseph Jardot, 1862-1934 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Wyche Blakely Murphy, Sr., 1862-1967 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVII – Issue 2 – 2004
Harley O. Thomas, 1893-1971 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Orlando Murphy Eyler, 1853-1928 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Lee A. Ward, 1907-1982 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Harry Jones, 1859-1938 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
William R. Wright, 1905-1981 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Otto and Florence Gray Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Robert Reed Russell, 1896-1971 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Ruth Strode, 1879-1946 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
James E. Berry Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Christine Salmon, 1916-1985 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Dr. Roxie A. Weber Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Thomas Hoyt, 1865-1947 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Edward Clark Gallagher, 1887-1940 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Seth Hays Hamilton Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
Angie Debo, 1890-1988 Stillwater Hall of Fame Vol XVIII – Issue 1 – 2005
John Lloyd Jones: Memories of College Life at Oklahoma A&M John Lloyd Jones Vol XXVIII – Issue 2 – 2005
Saving the Past Through Oral History Barbara Dunn Vol XXVIII – Issue 2 – 2005
Vignettes of Early-Day Marena Ed Darby Vol XXVIII – Issue 2 – 2005
Remembering the WPA: A Personal Note Walter E. Price Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
The Works Progress Administration and the City of Stillwater Justin Lenhart Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
Other WPA Buildings in Payne County Lawrence Gibbs Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
The Civilian Conservation Corps Ted Best Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
Lake Carl Blackwell   Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
The Final Report of WPA Work in Payne County   Vol XXIX — Issue 1 — 2006
A. H. Burris: Pioneering Educator Gladeen Burris Allred Vol XXIX — Issue 2 — 2006
Keep Goin’ Lad Gladys Toler Burris Vol XXIX — Issue 2 — 2006
Charles Albert Minnick, 1859-1945 Twylla Berger Vol XXIX — Issue 2 — 2006
Helen Romann Writes at Yeoman School (1944)   Vol XXIX — Issue 2 — 2006
Emily Hubbard’s Bread Secrets Edna Eaton Wilson Vol 30 – Issue 1 – 2007
The Battle of Round Mountain Carla Chlouber Vol 30 – Issue 1 – 2007
A Brief History of the Payne County Historical Society Adelia Hanson Vol 30 – Issue 1 – 2007
The Terrible Woods: Henry Ellsworth and the Cross Timbers Carla Chlouber Vol 30 – Issue 1 – 2007
William David Nugent William Morgan Vol 30 – Issue 2 – 2007  Vol 31 – Issue 1 – 2008
James Lanford Mathews-Stillwater Historical Hall of Fame Adelia Hanson Vol 30 – Issue 2 – 2007  Vol 31 – Issue 1 – 2008
William Wiley Abercrombie-Stillwater Historical Hall of Fame Adelia Hanson Vol 30 – Issue 2 – 2007  Vol 31 – Issue 1 – 2008
First Methodist Church: The War Years Will Paine Vol 31 – Issue 2 – Fall 2008
Browned New Potatoes Edna Eaton Wilson Vol 31 – Issue 2 – Fall 2008
New Books About Billy McGinty & Otto Gray Carla Chlouber Vol 31 – Issue 2 – Fall 2008
Setting Up Shop in Marena Ward Hays Vol 31 – Issue 2 – Fall 2008
Notes of the Town of Ingalls: The Pickering Journal Jacob Pickering Vol 32 – 2010
A New Suit of Clothes (Walter Oscar Persing, Boise Cleveland Briggs) Twylla Berger Vol 32 – 2010
Payne County Historical Society Hall of Fame   Vol 33 – 2011
Early History of Town and Gown Frank K. “Kim” Berry Vol 33 – 2011
Robert A. Lowry’s Early-Day Story Tells of Indian Ghosts in Area Stillwater News-Press, July 22, 1988 Vol 33 – 2011
Angie Debo: Dedication Remarks Glenna Matthews Vol 34 – April 2012
Angie Debo: Dedication Speech Robert Henry Vol 34 – April 2012
Indians in Payne County Mary Jane Warde Vol 34 – April 2012
The Building at 812 S. Hester, Stillwater Frank Berry Vol 34 – Issue 2 – Nov 2012
Three Stillwater Restaurants Frank K. Berry Vol 34 – Issue 2 – Nov 2012
How did the Wicklow Properties get their Name Frank Berry Vol 34 – Issue 2 – Nov 2012
Rare Pictures of Frank Eaton Frank Berry Vol 34 – Issue 2 – Nov 2012
History of Payne County Historical Society Dr. B. B. Chapman Vol 34 – Issue 2 – Nov 2012
Cemeteries of Payne County Mahlon Erickson Vol 35 – Issue 1 – May 2013
White Cloud Lodge Mary Jane Warde Vol 35 – Issue 1 – May 2013
Bruce Guthrie Lectures on Chet Baker, Internationally Known Jazz Trumpeter from Yale Frank Berry Vol 35 – Issue 2 – Nov 2013
89ers Twenty-First Anniversary Poem by A. D. Marble, Oklahoma City, 1885 Boomer   Vol 35 – Issue 2 – Nov 2013
Thomas J. Hoyt Remembers   Vol 35 – Issue 2 – Nov 2013
Former Names of Old Central Dr. LeRoy H. Fischer Vol 35 – Issue 2 – Nov 2013
Payne County: A Short Overall History D. Earl Newson Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
Oklahoma Rough Rider: Billy McGinty’s Own Story (Edited by Jim Fulbright & Albert Stehno) Reviewed Mary Jane Warde Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
John Fogarty: Legendary Train Conductor Bill Burchardt Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
A Class on the History of Payne County David Sasser Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
Rooted in Payne County Judy Ringwall Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
Gage Western Wear, 1950-1995, 115 W. 7th Avenue, Stillwater John C. Gage Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
A Brief History of the Payne County Historical Society Adelia Hanson Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
I Remember Payne County Early Bee Guthrey, Newspaper Man Vol 36 – Issue 1 – Apr 2014
Doolin was Bushwhacked 1896 in Lawson not Lawton Frank K. Berry Vol 36 – Issue 2 – Oct 2014
The Story of Stillwater’s Short Lived Kaiser- Frazer Automobile Dealership   Vol 36 – Issue 2 – Oct 2014
My Great-Grandfather William E. Berry and Grandfather James E. Berry and How They Came to Payne County Frank K. “Kim” Berry Vol 36 – Issue 2 – Oct 2014
Carla Chlouber, 1939-2011   Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
A Dance in Ingalls Carla Chlouber Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
After the Doolin Ambush: The Rest of the Story Frank Berry Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
Stillwater Gazette, 1915   Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
12 March 1891 Report to the Stillwater School Board by President of the School Board Rev. Simon Peters Myers   Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
Conclusion to the 1948 Book: The Founding of Stillwater Dr. B. B. Chapman Vol 37 – Issue 2 – Apr 2015
Stillwater Historic Brick Collecting with David Lambert Frank Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Stillwater Pressed Brick Co.   Vol 37 – Sept 2015
What Time is Best for a Writer to Sit Down and Write Frank Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Amon W. Swope: Early Mayor of Stillwater, OT. Kelsey Jackson Willians Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Stillwater History Trivia Frank Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
William L. Couch: A Short History Frank Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
William Couch, Chief Boomer, Gets Shot to Death During an OKC Running Gun Battle, 1890 Frank Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Remarks on his Great-Grandfather, William L. Couch John Couch Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Stillwater Street Names Frank K. Berry Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Serving Meals to the Doolin Gang or A Story of Pioneer Life in Oklahoma Territory as told to John H. Melton Perry A. Smith Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Moving by Covered Wagon to Payne County in 1894 Theodosia B. Zuck Vol 37 – Sept 2015
Killer Stuff and Tons of Money by Maureen Stanton Reviewed by Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
20th Anniversary of the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Bill Doolin Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Herman Eisele: Stillwater Jeweler from 1940s to Early 1960s   Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Stillwater Road Nights: A Motorcycle Club in the Early 60s   Vol 38 – Feb 2016
John Leonard: Stillwater Master Jeweler   Vol 38 – Feb 2016
How We Came To Live in Oklahoma Territory Fannie L. Eisele Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Remembering the Malt Shop, 112 W. 8th Ave. Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Jack Katz: Legendary Early Stillwater Business Merchant, The Early Years Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Dale Lytton: Early Stillwater Businessman and Civic Leader Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
The Swinging Bridge at Couch Park Frank Berry Vol 38 – Feb 2016
Stillwater (Early Day History) D. Earl Newsom Vol 39 – Feb 2017
Dr. D. Earl Newsom (Biography)   Vol 39 – Feb 2017
Frank M. Wheeler, Stillwater’s First Millionaire Frank Berry Vol 39 – Feb 2017
Adelia Nell Hanson: A Tribute   Vol 39 – Feb 2017
Frank Kimball Berry: A Tribute   Vol 39 – Feb 2017
OAMC Alumnus Medal of Honor Recipient, George Price Hays   Vol 39 – Feb 2017
Index of Articles from Past Payne County Historical Reviews (1980-2017)   Vol 39 – Issue 2 – June 2017
Glimpse of the Past: 1954 Stillwater Christmas Parade   Vol 39 – Issue 2 – June 2017
Pictorial Update of A Heritage of Early Stillwater Houses   Vol 39 – Issue 3 – October 2017
Ray Pence, That Fighting, Driving Spirit Mary Jane Warde Vol 40 – Issue 1 – February 2018
Campus Fire Station National Registry of Historical Places Vol 40 – Issue 1 – February 2018