Hall of Fame Inductee
Oklahoma Adjusts to War: 1942—The Critical Year
World War II had a significant impact on Oklahoma, requiring citizens to make sacrifices and adjustments to their everyday lives. These included transforming fur garments into jackets, donating meat fats and rubber items for military supplies, and regrooving old phonograph records for servicemen. This book recounts the story of how Oklahoma civilians faced the challenges of 1942 and helped defeat the enemies.