Beaver County (Okla.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Boomer Literature Collection
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Flyers, leaflets, and handbills advertising the lands in Oklahoma Territory, both settled and unsettled. Also contains a proclamation (1893) by Territorial Governor William Renfrow and a commencement ceremony program (1882) from Indian University in Muskogee, Indian Territory.
Lee Baker in front of a sod house. Baker was the step-father of T.R. Adkins who moved here when he was ten years old, and lived here from 1919-1921. Six and a half miles south and eleven miles west of Beaver, OK. c. 1915. Donor: Mrs. Ted Adkins., circa 1915
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.
Oklahoma Geological Survey Collection
Street Scene in La Kemp, Oklahoma 1909, 1909
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.
Territorial Oklahoma Manuscripts Collection
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Subject collection. Typescript and original manuscript accounts by pioneers and frontiersmen regarding the settlement of No Man's Land and the Oklahoma and Indian Territories.
“Zed and Otie Seals – Ranch. Beaver County Okla.” Cattle ranch. Ranch home on the left side and four wranglers spread throughout the cows., Undated
Black-and-white original prints of American Indians, including Caddo, Cheyenne, Hopi, Kiowa, Menominee, Navajo, Pueblo, and Sioux; airplanes; baseball players; Belle Starr; businesses; cowboys; the land run of 1889; mining operations in Nome, Alaska; mining; schools; soldiers; street scenes; tornado damage in Duke, Oklahoma; the Anadarko Indian Fair in Anadarko, Oklahoma; Baxter, Hawarden, and Smithland, Iowa; Fort Riley, Kansas; Ellsworth, Minnesota; Cameron, Missouri; and Fort Gibson, Fort Sill, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Unpublished finding aid available.