At Oklahoma's birthplace on Oklahoma's 100th birthday

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It couldn't have been a more beautiful day for a celebration. We were in Guthrie for the Centennial celebration of Oklahoma's Statehood Day. Here we are after witnessing (and participating in) the reenactment of Gov. Haskell's swearing in on the steps of the Carnegie Library.

More words and photos later this weekend.

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s said:

That photo is a keeper!

There is also a great book that is published on this Oklahoma history event.

Terry Hull Author Profile Page said:

Michael: Very nice photo. You have a beautiful family. Looks like you had a great day celebrating our great state.

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