Grand Ladies Of Oklahoma Museum
The largest collection of memorabilia in Oklahoma honoring some of our state's female musical legends.
In November, 2018 Kendall's was honored to partner with the SHINE organization, County Commissioner Brian Maughn and the Oklahoma Historical Society to create the largest collection of memorabilia in Oklahoma honoring some of our state's female musical legends.
The artists or family members donated and flew in from across the nation for the opening of the museum. The display includes items as varied as a stage outfit of the great Wanda Jackson which was hand made by her mother to an actual Nudie suit worn by Lorrie Collins. A blue fiddle from Jana Jae, Jody Miller's outfit from the Bob Hope overseas trips and one of the few remaining items worn by Lynyrd Skynyrd vocalist Cassie Gaines. Did you know Gail PeeVee of "I want a hippopotamus for Christmas" fame was the first female on The Ed Sullivan Show and we have the dress she wore!
Oklahoma is historically rich with talent and continues to produce the top artists of today. We are always adding to our collection. The display is free to the public and we hope you enjoy it and learn even more about what makes Oklahoma such a great state.
Y'all come see it!