Noble Foundation Gallery
The Sam Noble Gallery illustrates Oklahoma's early history, including its settlement and development as a state. Through artifacts, images and first-hand accounts of participants, visitors can relive the lives of those brave souls who settled our great plains and turned homesteads into farms and cities. It was their survival of and adaptation to the extremes of weather, economics and politics that enabled them to create this magnificent state. Topics covered include Land Run, Education, Farm & Ranch, Urban Development, Politics & Government, Law & Order, Pioneer Life, Cowboys, World War II/Pearl Harbor, and The Little Black Dress. There is also a replica of a Sod House, 1930s House, and a 1950s pink kitchen.