The lead image today was featured in the December 22, 1966, issue of the “Oklahoma Times” newspaper (1889 to 1984.) The photo was taken in Oklahoma City at the Crooked Oak High School. A part of the caption with the picture reads: “In addition to having fun tinkering with cars at the High School students, are learning that the mechanics of automobiles is just as involved as any math problem.”
Who can identify the maker of the vehicle?
The “Daily Oklahoman” published in Oklahoma City featured the second picture (below) by photographer Cliff Traverse, on July 25, 1974. The caption with the photo reads: “Dog Lover Jeff McKenzie, 25, of 1425 NW 10, said he finally got tired of having dogs hit by automobiles passing his home and since he just kind of likes to have animals around, he posted the impromptu crossing sign above.”
Please share with us what you find of interest in these photographs from Oklahoma Publishing Company courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.