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C. Guy Cutlip Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WHC-M-950
Abstract Judge. Records (1930-1931) of the Oklahoma Bar Association's Board of Governors; speeches (1927-1936) by Cutlip; manuscripts regarding the history of Seminole County, Oklahoma, Wewoka, Oklahoma, and the Seminole Nation; Seminole Indian land allotment certificates (1901-1902); records (1905-1910) of the Wewoka Masonic Lodge; and a financial ledger (1867-1872) of the Wewoka Trading Company. C. Guy Cutlip Photograph Collection also in repository.
Dates: 1867-1967

Dovie Jones Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: WHC-M-326
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A ledger (1870) from a general store in Cade, Indian Territory, owned and operated by Wilson N. Jones, a Principal Chief of the Choctaws, with entries in the Choctaw language. Also included is a copy of a speech (1892) by Jones to the Choctaw General Council.
Dates: 1870-1892

Everett S. Lain Collection

 Collection — Box: L-6
Identifier: WHC-M-1221
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Physician. A biography (1923) of Lain; typescript of a speech (n.d.) given by Lain to the Oklahoma State Medical Association, as well as a quarterly publication (1950) of the same organization; news clippings regarding medicine in Oklahoma; and a patient accounts ledger (1900) and financial journals (1933, 1938) from Lain's medical practice. Also included in this collection is a publication"The Epworth Spotlight" (1946) published by the Epworth Methodist Church of Oklahoma City as a special historical edition, and several articles which Lain wrote on herpes research, x-ray technology in Oklahoma and skin diseases among Oklahoma Indians. Everett S. Lain Photograph Collection also in repository.
Dates: 1893-1952

John E. Standifer Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: WHC-M-1735
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Physician. Patient account ledgers (1900-1907) from Dr. Standifer's medical practice in Elk City, Oklahoma; and certificates (1900-1908) authorizing medical practice in the Territory and State of Oklahoma. Included in the back of one ledger is a written speech by Standifer regarding and unidentified medical topic.
Dates: 1900-1908