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The Oklahoma Standard became known throughout the world. It means resilience in the face of adversity. It means a strength and compassion that will not be defeated. —Brad Henry

The Oklahoma Standard became known throughout the world. It means resilience in the face of adversity. It means a strength and compassion that will not be defeated. —Brad Henry

ca. 1896, “Tornado. Oklahoma City, May 12 ‘96”, Thomas Croft  via the Southern Methodist University, U.S. West: Photographs, Manuscripts and Imprints Collection

ca. 1896, “Tornado. Oklahoma City, May 12 ‘96”, Thomas Croft via the Southern Methodist University, U.S. West: Photographs, Manuscripts and Imprints Collection

Wall Cross from salvaged wood  Oklahoma by OkieBudsWorkshop

Wall Cross from salvaged wood - 24" Oklahoma Tornado Storm Debris

Oklahoma Tornado Aftermath Leaves Trail Of Destruction In Moore (PHOTOS, LIVE UPDATES)

PHOTOS: Tornado Aftermath Leaves Trail Of Destruction

Oklahoma Tornado Aftermath Leaves Trail Of Destruction In Moore (PHOTOS, LIVE UPDATES)

5/20/13 . . . Moore, Oklahoma hit by an F4-tornado.  Buildings destroyed included an elementary school and a hospital.  At least 9 children were killed.

5/20/13 . . . Moore, Oklahoma hit by an F4-tornado. Buildings destroyed included an elementary school and a hospital. At least 9 children were killed.

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