Historic Stillwater at the Movies

July 5, 2017

Story by Roger Moore A small boy, bored while his mother shops in Depression-era downtown Stillwater, meanders up and down Main Street. Something catches his eye as he walks by an older building with a […]

Summertime in Stillwater

July 3, 2017

STORY UPDATE: Chickasaw Boomer Blast has been cancelled for July 4th and its contingency make-up date of July 5th. The City of Stillwater has announced it will be moved to July 8th. Click here for […]

Education: A Community’s Common Thread

April 10, 2017

Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director The phone rings often at the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History. The phone call goes something like this: Caller: “I’ve come across something that I think you […]

A New and Improved Sheerarmuseum.org

March 11, 2017

Story and images provided by Brandon Neal Jones, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Registrar There is a lot happening at the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History, and a lot of that change is happening behind […]

Another Busy Year Ahead for Stillwater’s History Museum

January 15, 2017

Story by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Forty-two years in the books. So, what’s next for the old building at the corner of 7th and Duncan? First, for those new to Stillwater, […]

Sheerar Museum Marks 42nd Year Preserving Stillwater’s History

December 14, 2016

Story and Photos provided by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Since 1974 the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History has served Stillwater and the surrounding communities in a variety of ways. From thousands […]

Stillwater’s Flight: From Barnstormers to Commercial Air Service

August 17, 2016

Story by Roger Moore, Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History Director Images courtesy of Sheerar Museum photo collections Getting to and from Stillwater has not always been the easiest task. In the early years following the […]

“Stillwater in the 1920s”

March 31, 2016

By Ammie Bryant, Director of the Sheerar Museum of Stillwater History The 1920s was known as the Jazz Age. The glittery Gatsby image of flappers and slick young men decked out in racoon coats dancing […]

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