"Claremore (Okla.) Progress, Sunday, February 8, 1970 -- Page 3 (Dr.) John Algee Is (Ap)pointed Health Chief""10 The Oklahoma Eagle Celebration of a Life Well Done for John Algee, M.D.""The Buffalo Soldiers Famed Black Regiments Earned Their Place in History By Alex Adwan Senior Editor"Article by Alex Adwan for Tulsa World about Black soldiers and regiments in the late 19th and early 20th centuries with announcement for Gilcrease Museum's special exhibition."Page 8A -- Claremore Progress Sunday, November 20, 2011 Community A True Pioneer: Johnson served (with integrity) by Larry Larkin""...served with integrity""Breaking race barrier brought many challenges""Black History Month Thurgood Marshall Supreme Court Justice Online at NewsOK.com Watch a video of the first black highway patrol trooper talking about his experiences. 'If you get angry, they control you' First black trooper shares experiences and some lessons learned. By Devona Walker Staff Writer""From Page 1A Friday, February 8, 2008 The Oklahoman NewsOK.com (Tro)oper from Page 1A""1st Black Trooper recognized at State Capitol""Progress May 11, 2008 (handwritten) The Claremore Clowns, circa 1940's Claremore's serious Clowns Larry Larkin"Article text from 2008 Claremore Daily Progress article about local Black baseball team, the Claremore Clowns"Continued from Page 13A Gerome Riley recalls his days with the Clowns."Article text about Claremore Clowns for 2008 Claremore Daily Progress article.Article "Growing up in Chelsea gave Gerome Riley a firm foundation"Photo of Lincoln Lions team from Gerome Riley article with caption."...Riley (continued from Page 1)""How It Was Part one in a three-part series on the Claremore Clowns baseball team and the Lincoln School state championship boys basketball team Local historian, former athlete Gerome Riley recalls time before desegregation by Rick Heaton""How it was From Page 6""How It Was Part two in a three-part series on the Claremore Clowns baseball team and the Lincoln School state championship boys basketball team. The Claremore Clowns began as Jackie Robinson broke the MLB color barrier by Rick Heaton""Clowns From Page 6""How it was Part three in a three-part series on the Claremore Clowns baseball team and the Lincoln School state championship boys basketball team Lincoln School produced a Class C state basketball championship in 1952 By Rick Heaton""Lincoln From Page 1B""A Racial Separation of Paths Chelsea Baseball talents - and close friends - Gerome Riley and Ralph Terry have excelled professionally but in different ways because of segregation."Page from Oklahoma Magazine.Page from Oklahoma Magazine.Article picture of Gerome Riley with Ralph Terry and Bobby Richardson gathered for 5th Annual Field of Dreams Banquet.Article excerpt about 5th Annual Field of Dreams Banquet.