Although I normally stick to Tulsa history on this blog, occasionally something comes along regarding our state's history that I must share. The Oklahoma Historical Society has been busy digitally converting entire film collections, thanks to some fancy new equipment they acquired this past December. They share a sneak peek on their blog today. This footage is from the Haskell Pruett Collection that "documents community events such as parades and rodeos as well as leisure activities of an Oklahoma family from 1929 to the late 1960s." While there is no sound, it is nonetheless a fascinating glimpse into the way life was.