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#ThrowbackThursday: Welcome to America

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Right hands raised, 45 men, women and children repeat the oath of citizenship. This photo was published May 2, 1961, in the Oklahoma City Times. Ages of those becoming citizens ranged from 3 to 72. The new Americans reportedly had traveled to the United States from Germany, England, Canada, Japan, Greece, Korea, Austria, Nationalist China, France, Latvia, Estonia, Cuba, Mexico, the Phillippines and American Samoa. [BOB ALBRIGHT/THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]
Right hands raised, 45 men, women and children repeat the oath of citizenship. This photo was published May 2, 1961, in the Oklahoma City Times. Ages of those becoming citizens ranged from 3 to 72. The new Americans reportedly had traveled to the United States from Germany, England, Canada, Japan, Greece, Korea, Austria, Nationalist China, France, Latvia, Estonia, Cuba, Mexico, the Phillippines and American Samoa. [BOB ALBRIGHT/THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES]

We are running a #Throwback​Thursday image each week, showcasing Oklahoma’s history. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @TheOklahoman, and “Like” us at Facebook.com/​The​Oklahoman for more historical photos.

Linda Lynn, News Research Editor

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