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The museum is open Tues - Sat 10am-4pm
121 N Weenonah Ave, Claremore, OK 74017

Admission Is Free But Donations Are Welcomed

Great Niece of Will Rogers Doris "Coke" Meyer speaks about her great-uncle, Will Rogers, Oklahoma's favorite son. Listen to Interview
Grace, class, and dignity – those are three qualities this dedicated educator strove for each day as he battled through ALS at the end of his life. Dr. Keith Ballard’s education career started in Coweta, Oklahoma in 1972. Two years later Keith moved to Oologah,…
Black Fox Nuclear Plant Protester An unlikely activist, she educated herself about nuclear energy and risked everything to stop the Black Fox Plant. When Carrie Dickerson first saw a newspaper headline about the electric company’s plans to build a nuclear power plant near her…
As a champion for Public Education, Frank C. Robson founded the Claremore Public Schools Foundation and has encouraged the formation and growth of school foundations statewide. A longtime supporter of Claremore Public Schools, Frank and his wife Ludmilla gave $8 million to help construct a…

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