Brobst Reunion in Oklahoma

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Brobst Reunion in Oklahoma

From the Summer 1998 Issue, Brobst Genealogy News

The Brobst Reunion in Oklahoma will be held Sunday, August 2, 1998 at the Community Building in Goltry, Oklahoma.

Goltry in located northeast of Enid, off state route 45. There are campgrounds and motels available in Enid, Oklahoma. For more information, contact:

Bill Nance
1351 Cheyenne
Enid, OK 73703

At the Brobst Reunion in OK:

  • Betty Fox will display her 10 yard genealogy sheet.
  • People will be visiting the Brobst section of the Goltry Cemetery.
  • A pot-luck dinner will be at noon and there are basketball and tennis courts available.
  • Be sure to leave plenty of time for coffee or iced tea and visiting!!

Tourist Information for Enid OK

ENID, Garfield County: is the largest city in the Cherokee Strip. Enid is home to Phillips University and Vance Air Force Base. A designated land office in 1893, Enid was one of the largest early settlements at its founding on the day of the Cherokee Strip Land Run. Today, Enid is a hub of commerce and trade for the Strip, as well as a medical center. It is the seat of Garfield County, one of the largest wheat-producing counties in the country. Enid is also a major center for the state's cattle industry, and has played an important role in Oklahoma's petroleum industry.

Attraction: Midgley Museum has rocks and minerals, game trophies, crystal, glassware and antique furniture in a rock and petrified wood home. Free. 1003 Sequoyah Drive. 580 234-7265.

Attraction: George's Antique Car Museum 508 S. Grand

Attraction: Museum of the Cherokee Strip has American Indian Artifacts and articles relating to Cherokee Strip history. Free. 507 S. 4th, Enid, OK 805 237-1907

Attraction: Railroad Museum of Oklahoma has railroad memorabilia from across the nation; dining car china; telegraph equipment; history of all railroads that ran through Oklahoma; 5,000 postcards from depots around the world. Free 702 N. Washington, Enid, OK 580 233-3051, 234-3302 or 233-1128.

Attraction: Humphrey Heritage Village is a restored turn-of-the century village, which includes the only existing original land office. Completed in 1993, it is adjacent to the Museum of the Cherokee Strip and Government Springs Park

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