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NCWHM Special Collections at Dickinson Research Center

Parent Institution: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum


The Special Collections houses the Museum’s archival and photographic collections. It shares the Museum’s mission to preserve and interpret the evolving history and cultures of the American West through exhibitions, education, research, and publications. The collections span centuries and include over 700,000 photographs; dime novels, manuscripts, maps, film posters, movies and more. Not limited to the old West, they also cover the modern authors, directors and artists inspired by it. Main subject areas include general western history, rodeo history, Native American history, western popular culture, western art and ranching.

1700 Northeast 63rd Street
Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73111 United States

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