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Oklahoman _ Sunday, September 02, 1934 _ 45.jpg
A 1934 newspaper article from The Oklahoman that had concept art of what the Lincoln Park Amphitheater would look like at the end. The goal was to have seating for over 1,000 people. The Amphitheater was constructed in 1935 by the civilian…
Creator: The Oklahoman
Date Created: 1934-09-02

Project Two Ada Wintersmith Park.jpg
The park was completed in 1934, as a part of a WPA project.
Creator: Brad Holt
Date Created: August 6, 2008

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A picture of the desired area that will be the Lincoln Park Amphitheater. The goal was to have seating for over 1,000 people. The Amphitheater was constructed in 1935 by the civilian conservation corps as part of the New Deal programs. The stage…
Creator: Marcus Gonzalez
Date Created: 1934

Page 11 after 3.jpg
A picture of WPA workers at the construction site of the OKC Amphitheatre. The goal was to have seating for over 1,000 people. The Amphitheater was constructed in 1935 by the civilian conservation corps as part of the New Deal programs. The stage…
Date Created: 1935

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The back view of Andrews Park Amphitheater in 2015.
Creator: Ritaine, Simon
Date Created: 2015-10-03

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Amphitheater at the Norman City Park, taken circa 1937.
Date Created: ca. 1937

20151003_Andrews-amp_Ritaine.jpg
Photo of Andrews Park Amphitheater in 2015.
Creator: Ritaine, Simon
Date Created: 2015-10-03

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The Zoo Amphitheater traces its roots back to 1933, the year its construction began by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), an organization created under President Roosevelt’s Works Projects Administration (WPA) to carry out public works projects…
Date Created: 193-

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A panning video of the amphitheater.
Date Created: 2015-10-21
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