Celebrating more than 100 years of the City of Collinsville and it's newspapers and people.

Visit the Museum in Downtown Collinsville, Oklahoma.
1110 W. Main St. -- Collinsville, Oklahoma 74021


Tour Is Conducted Inside A Building Built In 1911

(The Home of "The Collinsville News" From 1911-1987)

Step Inside A Panoramic Photo Display of ~1915 Collinsville Downtown

See Part Of The Original Equipment Used To Print Newspapers 100 Years Ago

See How Collinsville Newspaper Production Changed Over The Years

(Hand Set Type until 1915 -> Linotypes until the 1974 -> Electronic Typesetters)

(Representative Small Printing Presses and Photos/Parts Of Larger News Presses)

(Photographic And Job Printing Equipment & Samples)

Sample History Notebooks With Selected Articles and Photos Sorted By Topics

(Schools -- Sports -- Bands -- Businesses and Buildings -- Smelters -- People)

(Will Rogers -- Presidents & Governors -- Oklahoma Statehood)

(Collinsville's Switch From Rogers County to Tulsa County)

(Stories About Movies Shown In And Taken Of Collinsville)

(and many more topics ...)

Sample History Display Boards:  Photos and Articles

Ask about photo CDs of selected Collinsville topics available for purchase.

The Narrated Tour Typically Takes About 30 Minutes ... and You Can Spend More Time Browsing The Photos and Books Afterwards If You Wish.

(email questions/comments to

Ted Wright -- Dec 11, 2002 last update (content.html)

(June 2005 -- Address Correction)


Other Newspaper Resources:

Oklahoma Historical Society -Oklahoma City (microfilm all Oklahoma newspapers)

Tulsa Downtown Library (Tulsa World microfilm from 1906?)

Skiatook Museum (Skiatook News microfilm)


Other Newspaper Museums:

Melbourne Museum of Printing