Situated atop Persimmon Hill on Oklahoma City's northeast side, the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Center has spent forty-five years as the crown jewel of the city's attractions. Aside from exhibits featuring world-renowned art works, authentic western memorabilia, and informational displays, researchers and visitors can take advantage of the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center. The archive includes books, serials, films, image collections and more, and curators depend upon this resource in the development of new exhibits. Serials Review learns about the history, materials, and services associated with the Dickinson Research Center.
Harris, B.R. (2010). The Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson research center at the national cowboy & western heritage museum. Serials Review, 36(4), 268-270. doi: 10.1016/j.serrev.2010.08.014