Oklahoma Time Capsule

After a long 100-years, a time capsule from the 1910s was was dug up and opened in an Oklahoma church. Called the “Century Chest”, this treasure trove has been entombed under 12 inches of concrete, in the basement of Oklahoma City’s First Lutheran Church since 1913. Among the vintage goods found inside were an April 22, 1913 issue of The Daily Oklahoman, an intersting map, a number of Native American artifacts, a pair of women’s shoes, a pen used by President William McKinley to sign the 1900 Free Homes Act for Oklahoma, and a phonograph record featuring voices of people from that era. Continue reading for the video news report and more pictures.

Time Capsule 100 Years


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