A hardcover book titled Compiled Statutes of Oklahoma, 1921, Vol. 1 written by Clinton Orrin Bunn. The cover is brown and red. Handwritten in ink on the spine is “Judge Rutherford Division Two.” Written on the front cover is “Division Two.” The book is annotated and has several handwritten notes in the margins throughout the book.
Index pages (1567-1584) and blank end page are loose and separated from the rest of the book.
A black and white photograph of B.C. Franklin (right) and I. H. Spears (left), with Secretary Effie Thompson (center), in their temporary tent office after the Tulsa Race Riot, 1921. Franklin and Spears sit on either end of a desk facing the camera. They are both holding books in their hands and looking down towards the books. Thompson stands in the center background of the photograph behind the desk. The date is handwritten just below the image on the front of the photograph. There is also a handwritten inscription on the back that identifies the subject and date of the photograph.
A manuscript titled “The Tulsa Race Riot and Three of Its Victims” by B. C. Franklin. The unpublished manuscript consists of ten pages written in black type on yellowed paper. It was written ten years after the Tulsa Riots on August 22, 1931 and recounts the events of the Tulsa Riot as witnessed by the author. The pages contain an account of Franklin witnessing three men being killed by the mob. The manuscript is signed by B.C. Franklin on the last page.