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Addie W. Clarkson Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-911
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Physician. Account ledgers (1908) from Clarkson’s medical practice at the Wheelock Academy in Millerton, Oklahoma, and at Valliant, Oklahoma. The collection also includes class notes (1926) by his son, A. M. Clarkson, while a student at the University of Oklahoma. Addie W. Clarkson Photograph Collection also in repository.

His ledgers, consisting of (1) a patients' account ledger, begun in 1908, and (2) an expense ledger, begun in 1952, show that, like many a humanitarian "horse and buggy" doctor, he kept a heterogeneous system of accounts and of payments in and for produce and labor, and did not press for full collections. These ledgers are a source of information of commodity and labor prices, and of medical charges.
Dates: 1908-1950

Wheelock Seminary Collection

 Item — Box: 1
Identifier: WHC-M-2523
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Orphan school. An account of expenses incurred while transporting groceries from Clarksville, Texas to Wheelock Seminary in Garvin, Indian Territory. E.H. Wilson is listed as the superintendent of the seminary.
Dates: 1898

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