Got Roots?

The Roman god Janus, closely associated with the month of January, is always depicted with two faces, one looking forward to the future and the other looking back at the past. Anyone seeking to look back, particularly those interested in genealogy, has a wonderful resource available in the Cleveland County Genealogical Society research library. Among its almost 6,000 items on…

The Jacobson House…

The Jacobson House Native Art Center is located at 609 Chautauqua Ave., at the intersection of Boyd Street and Chautauqua, immediately west of the University of Oklahoma campus. Admission is free, and the museum is open from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1-5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. More information is available at JacobsonHouse.org, or by calling…

An Era to Remember

She was afraid a period in Cleveland County history that played a major role in the creation of Norman as it is now was being forgotten. Most of the physical evidence had already been torn down and built over; the people who had lived through the era were passing on; and many of the memories had been reduced to catch…