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Noah Wheeler Homestead. Native gypsum stone house consisting of one room and sorghum mill powered by horses. Many neighbors com here to process their came into sorghum; it became a social occasion as well as work. They knew what it was like to be poor, sometimes living on sand hill plums, rabbis and gravy. Mrs. Ted Adkins was one of their ten children. One mile east of the junction of Highway 64 with Highway 34 near the Cimarron River, Woods Co, OK. Circa 1910., circa 1910

 Item — Box: Photo B-31, item: 56

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of Buffalo, Charleston, Selman, Augusta, Fargo, Dacoma, Wakita, Brule and Doby Springs, Oklahoma. Includes scenes of businesses, families, farming, ranching, sod houses, schools and school children in and around these Oklahoma communities.


  • circa 1910

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Open for public research.


From the Collection: 83 items (83 items)

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Repository Details

Part of the Western History Collections Repository

630 Parrington Oval
Room 300
Norman Oklahoma 73019 United States