Where Did The Money Go?

Where is The Money? Henryetta Historical Society

Would you trust a board of directors, lead by Mike Doak,president who has shown little regard to the years of neglect for the first high school in Henryetta? How does this damage effect the citizens of Henryetta?  The museum was placed Read More …

Special Board Meeting Called

Henryetta Historical Society Breaking News

The Historical Society Board of Directors has called for a special meeting, Tuesday August 15, 2017.  The meeting was called by Mike Doak, president of the Henryetta Historical Society.  The purpose of the special meeting is to discuss the controversy Read More …

Keeping up with the latest advances

Henryetta Historical Society and Henryetta Territorial Museum

Free-Lancing Around Henryetta by Nancy Miller Henryetta Free-Lance Friday, May 12, 2017 If you haven’t been dallying around amongst the pages of Facebook lately, this may perhaps come as a surprise to you.  Changes have come to the Henryetta Historical Read More …

William “Peter Potter” Mann Moore

Birth:  Apr. 14, 1905 Henryetta, Oklahoma, USA Death:  Apr. 17, 1983 Palm Springs Riverside County California, USA Actor. William “Peter Potter” Mann Moore. His film credits include “The Live Ghost” (1934), “Bright Eyes” (1934), “The Phantom Empire” (1935), “Naughty Marietta” Read More …

New Secretary Appointed

  Thursday, March 16, 2017 The Henryetta Historical Society has announced that Ashley Wolstoncroft will serve as Secretary for the Society’s Board of Directors.  She is the editor of The Henryetta Free-Lance and will bring to the Society unique qualities Read More …

Henryetta’s First High School

Henryetta Territorial Musuem - Henryetta Historical Society 410 W Moore St Henryetta, OK 74437 Phone: 918-652-7112

1905 – Indian Territory       In 1905, William B. Hudson built and established Henryetta’s first high school at 511 West Trudgeon.      Mr. Hudson arrived in Henryetta with his wife and seven children, in 1903, from La Grange, Indiana. Read More …