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Congratulate the Oklahoma Hall of Fame's Class of 2020 by signing the guest book! Learn more about this year's class of exceptional Oklahomans here.

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Register today for the December 17th edition of Beyond the Book with world-famous Oklahoma author Bob Burke!

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Join educators from the Gaylord-Pickens Museum, home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, each Thursday, 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Discovery Days are family-friendly and recommended for ages 3-7. Register here for virtual Free Family Fun!

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This exhibit visually explores the concepts of contemporary female warriors and a re-emerging matriarchy. On display from October 6, 2020 to January 21, 2021. Join us for in-person meet and greet and virtual artist talk here!

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Oklahoma City University School of Law: Come to Learn. Learn to Lead, authored by Lee Peoples and Bob Burke, with a foreword by the Honorable Ron Norick, is a comprehensive look at how the Oklahoma City University School of Law has served as the capital city’s law school and its alumni is a “who’s who” in Oklahoma’s history. Order your copy here today!

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Our podcast partner, This is Oklahoma, helps us tell stories about inspirational Oklahomans from all walks of life-all year long! Join us for a visit with the legendary Dr. George Henderson here! Listen to an episode from Oklahoma Hall of Fame President and CEO Shannon L. Rich here! Check out all of the podcast options and subscribe here!

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Click here to take an interactive tour of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum!

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As the leader in publishing Oklahoma’s history, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is proud to have worked with some of Oklahoma’s best, brightest, and creative authors. Check out their profiles here!

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Welcome to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame @ Home! During this time of limited interaction here at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum we are telling Oklahoma's story through its people in an expanded digital way! .Check out the daily themed fun here!

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The Free Field Trip program includes themed Museum tours geared towards your choice of elementary or high school aged students and a fuel stipend reimbursement per student to help with transportation costs. Learn more HERE!

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Your gifts to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame make a difference throughout the state. Learn more HERE about becoming a Friend of the Medallion and joining fellow Oklahomans in supporting the mission of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame!

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If you are looking for a unique place to hold the wedding of your dreams? Look no further than the historic Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum! With its beautiful, functional, and tax deductible space spaces, you can design your perfect day. Click HERE to download our Wedding Packet, or email HERE to check date availability!

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Both groups had a really good time and have already asked to go back sometime. Thank you and the staff for not only entertaining and educating the kids, but for showing such patience and kindness towards them. We all had a really nice time!

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On National Native American Heritage Day, we're honoring Chief Allen Wright, a Member of the OHOF Class of 2019. Allen Wright, whose Choctaw name was Kiliahote, was born in Attala County, Mississippi in 1826. Following the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, which forced the removal of the Choctaw, he immigrated to Indian Territory, settling near present-day Lukfata, Oklahoma. At age 13, Wright relocated to Boggy Depot, making it home for the remainder of his life. Wright served as Chief of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma from 1866 to 1870 and was an accomplished civic and religious leader. He made a significant impact on the Choctaw Nation post-Trail of Tears, post-Civil War and prior to Oklahoma's statehood. He is best known for suggesting the name Oklahoma for the new territory during his role as lead negotiator of the Choctaw-Chickasaw Treaty of 1866. His other accomplishments include translating portions of the BIble from Hebrew to Choctaw and the creation of the Choctaw dictionary, Chahta Lexicon, for use in the tribal school system. Learning was a lifelong passion for Wright, who earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in the 1850's — remarkable accomplishments for the times, especially considering he did not begin his formal education until age 14. Throughout his life, he used his intellectual and leadership gifts for the advancement of his people.

Born and raised in Tulsa, Ray Siegfried II left his family's insurance business in 1969 and purchased NORDAM from a small, bankrupt company with only eight employees. In less than 10 years, he grew NORDAM to 300 employees and doubled the size of its facilities. He led NORDAM to make more than $11 million in sales. In 2003, he was one of five individuals who received the @nbaaphotos First Century of Flight Award for his significant contributions to the advancement of aviation. ✈️ Since it's #WorldOceanDay, we also need to talk about Siegfried's passion for the ocean, diving and underwater exploration. 🌊🦈 His family sponsored the @okaquarium's Roy and Robin Siegfried Shark Exhibit — a 400,000 gallon shark adventure, which is one of the largest exhibits at the aquarium. Siegfried served as director of the Oklahoma Aquarium Foundation and chairman of the Institute of Nautical Archaeology.