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WKY News Can #55. 1956.

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Published on Nov 25, 2013

F2013.134.1.00039

Description: Black and white news footage from 1956. Contains footage of Catholic ceremony. Courtroom scene from David Fred Hagler trial. Juvenile detention home support in order to remove juveniles from jail cells. Unknown man from the Oklahoma City Downtown Association calling for the end of daylight savings time. In front of Greyhound station in downtown Oklahoma City. Police raiding gambling halls. Billy Graham office in downtown Oklahoma City. Elvis Presley performing at the Oklahoma City Auditorium on April 19, 1956. Scenes of crowd, Elvis posing with fans and signing autographs. Police escorting him out of building and woman chasing car. New City Hall in Guthrie beginning construction. Woman standing outside of office of Victor Wickersham's office and him being interviewed.

Creator: WKY News

Coverage: Guthrie (City), in Oklahoma (USA); Oklahoma City (City), in Oklahoma (USA)

MARC Geographic Areas: Oklahoma (oku); United States (xxu)

Extent (quantity/size): 12min 25sec

Media: 16 mm film; Moving Images

AVI 1920 x 1080 29.97 FRAMES PER SECOND

Subjects: Billy Graham / Courtroom Proceedings / Downtown Oklahoma City / Elvis Presley / Gambling raids / Guthrie City Hall / Juvenile detention / News / Oklahoma City Auditorium / Oklahoma City Downtown Association / Oklahoma City Greyhound station / Oklahoma City Police

To purchase a high definition file for commercial use contact Rachael Perry, News Department Administrative Assistant, at KFOR-TV, 405-478-6322, rachael.perry@kfor.com

To purchase a watermarked dvd for research purposes contact the Oklahoma Historical Society at http://www.okhistory.org/research/ord...

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