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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.
Black and white copy prints of Arapaho, Clinton, Corn and Thomas, Oklahoma. Also included are scenes of agriculture, dust storms, funerals, houses, churches, and schools. The majority of the collection deals with the Mennonites in Washita County, Oklahoma.
Black and white copy prints of Dewey County, Oklahoma. Includes scenes of the towns of Camargo, Taloga, Seiling and Putnam, along with images of farming, transportation, homesteads, businesses, and personalities.
Black and white original and copy prints of the towns of Guthrie, Edmond, El Reno, Oklahoma City, Perry, Kingfisher and Anadarko, Oklahoma. Scenes of farming, railroads, mining, outlaws, the U.S. Army, Boomers, the University of Oklahoma and businesses are included, along with those of Cheyenne, Shawnee, Wichita, Apache, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, Comanche, Kiowa, Pawnee, Osage, Wyandotte, Ponca, Iroquois, Seminole and Iowa Indians.
Black and white copy prints of Cordell, Oklahoma, including street scenes, businesses, railroads, cotton harvesting and a photograph of Quanah Parker's star house at Cache, Oklahoma.
Black and white original and copy prints of numerous Oklahoma towns, including scenes of businesses, health resorts, stone quarries, railroads and dust storms. The collection also contains prints of Cherokee, Creek, Chickasw, Choctaw, Seminole, and Sac and Fox Indians. John Wesley Morris Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints, negatives, and panoramas of numerous Oklahoma towns, mines, oil wells, oil fields, industries, rivers, health resorts, farms, sod houses, railroads and the University of Oklahoma. The collection also includes scenes of Oklahoma mountains, rock formations, different soils and meteorite crators, along with Indian schools and graveyards. Oklahoma Geological Survey Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white glass plate negatives from original prints, original glass plate negatives and copy prints of settlement scenes of Guthrie, Oklahoma City, Perry and Lawton, Oklahoma Territory. Included are scenes of numerous other Oklahoma towns, the oil industry, businesses, railroads, farming, the military, and cowboys, along with studio portraits of Afro-Americans. The collection also contains photographs of the Land Run of 1893.
Black and white copy prints of towns in Woodward County, Oklahoma including Woodward, Richmond, Curtis, Tangier, Mooreland, Haskew, Mutual and Enid. The collection also contains photographs of agriculture, businesses, cowboys, the range cattle industry, schools, and the United States Cavalry. Woodward County Manuscript Collection also in repository.
- Carriages and carts -- Oklahoma 7
- Farms -- Oklahoma 7
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Oklahoma 7
- Railroad stations -- Oklahoma 7
- Wagons -- Oklahoma 7
- Banks and banking -- Oklahoma 6
- Grocers -- Oklahoma 6
- Locomotives -- Oklahoma 6
- Postal service -- Oklahoma 6
- Agriculture -- Oklahoma 5
- Automobiles -- Oklahoma 5
- Butcher shops -- Oklahoma 5
- Cotton gins and ginning -- Oklahoma 5
- Cowboys -- Oklahoma 5
- Farmers -- Oklahoma 5
- Hardware stores -- Oklahoma 5
- Restaurants -- Oklahoma 5 + ∧ less
- United States. Army 6
- United States. Army. Cavalry 4
- University of Oklahoma 3
- Gould, Charles Newton, 1868-1949 2
- Payne, David Lewis, 1836-1884 2
- Bacon Rind, (Osage Indian), 1860-1932 1
- Big Tree, 1847-1927 (Kiowa chief) 1
- Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925 1
- Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917 1
- Buffalo Museum (Okla.) 1
- Catholic Church 1
- Central State University (Okla.) 1
- Chouteau Trading Post (Okla.) 1
- Corn Historical Society (Okla.) 1
- Cornish, Geo. B. (George Bancroft) 1
- Crazy Snake, (Creek chief), 1846-1911 1
- Cunningham, Robert E. (Robert Earl), 1906-1991 1
- Cut Nose 1
- Dalton Gang 1
- Dalton family 1 + ∧ less