Author speaks about chronicle of little known WWII heroine

February 5, 2018

Story by Ammie Bryant, images provided by Anne Nelson “Everyone said she was a soviet spy,” Lucie ‘Pilette’ Spaak said in one of 3 dozen interviews with Anne Nelson about her mother, Suzanne Spaak. Anne […]

Nuclear Blast from the Past

January 13, 2018

Story by James Gregory, Registrar at the Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Images courtesy of the Stillwater History Museum Photo Collections On August 20, 1964, a 200 bed, emergency Civil Defense (CD) hospital arrived […]

Stillwater’s History Museum reflects on 2017 and looks forward to 2018

December 9, 2017

Story and photos provided by Amy Loch, Director of Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar It has been another exciting year at the Sheerar Museum. Over the course of the last year, the organization has […]

Eminent Domain

November 11, 2017

Story by Roger Moore In 2007, the final piece to Oklahoma State’s “Athletic Village” plans were made possible when District Judge Donald Worthington ruled that the university had the right of eminent domain to purchase […]

The Study of Civil War Quilts: 1850-1865

November 8, 2017

Story by Carly Lewis, images provided by Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar The Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar is proud to announce the new arrival of a traveling quilt exhibit, “The Study of […]

Wild West Show history rides into Stillwater Public Library Nov. 14

November 1, 2017

Story and image provided by Stillwater Public Library The Wild West is coming to Stillwater Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 6 p.m. when historical interpreter Anna Davis presents, “Surpassing in Truthfulness: The History of Pawnee […]

In the Fallout Shelter: Civil Defense in Stillwater

October 11, 2017

by James Gregory, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Registrar One of the most recognizable symbols of the Cold War era is the black and yellow sign with the words “Fallout Shelter” that we’ve all seen […]

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