Lindsay OK Digital Magazine

On behalf of the The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce, it’s our pleasure to present you with the Lindsay, Oklahoma Community Guide and Membership Directory.

Welcome to Lindsay

The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce exists to advance the civic, economic and business interests of Lindsay by promoting commerce, leadership and education. The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce invites you to…

History of Lindsay

A Brief History of Lindsay By Anita Murray Lindsay, 1869-1963 Alzira Powell, my mother, and Frank Murray were married at Fort Arbuckle in 1870. She was of Indian ancestry, a…

Lindsay Santa Fe Railroad Depot

The Lindsay Santa Fe Depot at 107 N. Main St. in Lindsay was constructed in 1903. Its current location was at one time the property of Lewis Lindsay, who donated…

Government

LOCATION Hwy. 19 & 76, Garvin County Nearest Major City: Norman 36 miles County size in square miles 814 miles CLIMATE Annual average temperature 74.4° January 43° July 83° Annual…

Lindsay Broomcorn Sweeps the World

In 1906, broomcorn was introduced into Lindsay by Fred Tinch and his father-in-law Robert Watkins. Fred and his wife, Inez Watkins Tinch, along with the Watkins, moved from Illinois and…

Things to Do in Lindsay

Things to Do in Lindsay The Lindsay Historical Society operates two historic museums in the Erin Springs Community just south of Lindsay off highway 76. The beautiful three-story Murray Lindsay…

Oil Comes to Lindsay

On Nov. 21, 1944, Cities Service Oil Company released a location to be drilled in the center of SW, NW, Section 22-5N-4W, McClain County. This well was a wildcat located…