The Angie Debo Collection, housed in Special Collections and University Archives of the Oklahoma State University Library, consists of research material, including manuscripts of publications and presentations by Debo and related legal papers, correspondence, notes, etc. Unpublished manuscripts include some by Debo as well as Grant Foreman's "The American Indian and the Law" and World War II correspondence. It also contains personal and business correspondence, and memorabilia, diaries, articles, newspaper clippings, awards, books, maps and photographs dealing with Debo's writings and personal life. In addition there is some furniture from her home.
The Angie Debo Papers have been microfilmed for preservation purposes. Funds for this activity were provided by a generous gift from an Oklahoma donor who wishes to remain anonymous. Filming was done in 1996 by Preservation Resources in Bethlehem, PA. The microfilm is currently located in the Library's Annex. It can be requested here, using this information for your request, and will available for use in the Library's Microform/Media Room upon its arrival and checkout.
Angie working in the Map Room, 1950
Researchers are responsible for obtaining all permissions regarding copyright and intellectual property rights related to any material they might copy or might prepare for publication or other dissemination, regardless of format.
Angie Debo bequeathed all of her intellectual property rights to Oklahoma State University. Written permission from Oklahoma State University is required for publication or other reproduction or adaptation of her material.
For all material not created by Debo, the rights are held by the creators of the material, regardless of format (e.g. photographs, publications, manuscripts, maps, correspondence).