Farm life -- Oklahoma
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white copy prints of businesses, street scenes and buildings, railroads, farm scenes, families, schools and recreation in Ada, Roff and Wetumka, Oklahoma.
Black and white original and copy prints of Osage and Kaw Indians, oil wells, farming scenes, schools, and scenes of Guymon and Tonkawa, Oklahoma Territory.
Black and white original prints of Sac and Fox Indians. The collection includes views of Sac and Fox housing, agriculture, and transportation. Arza Bailey Collins Manuscript Collection also in repository.
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.
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Farmer. A ledger (1897-1901) listing prices and types of liquor sold in a saloon in Burnett, Indian Territory; a ledger (1917-1921) in which Boirun chronicled the weather and day-to-day activities on his farm near Burnett, including a record of farm sales and purchases (1897-1902); and a letter (1908) from Mrs. Boirun's sister describing the problems of farming in the Van Alstyne, Texas area. G.D. Boirum Photograph Collection also in repository.
Black and white copy prints of Hollis, Bethel, Dryden, Looney and Metcalf, Oklahoma. Includes scenes of businesses, postal service, agriculture, parades, schools, school children, and studio portraits from these communities during both the territorial and statehood periods.
Black and white original prints of Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Hopi, and Papago Indians, ranching and homesteading scenes in the West Texas hill country along with hunting, farming, and business scenes. Photographs of Chickasha and Duncan, Indian Territory and of the Irwin family are also included.
Black and white copy prints of automobiles, musical groups, and scenes from the towns of Purcell, Johnson, and Byars, Oklahoma.
Black-and-white original prints of the Truman Tucker family that lived near Kenton, Oklahoma. Included are photographs of Truman and Fred Tucker as children celebrating Christmas in the early 1900s; street and business scenes of Kenton, Oklahoma; ranching and farming activities; and hunting scenes. The collection also contains photographs of Black Mesa in the Oklahoma panhandle.
Black and white copy prints of Hazel, Sayre, Shawnee, Romulus, and Newalla, Oklahoma. Includes scenes of schools, businesses, farming, railroads, sawmills and mining.
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Teacher. Correspondence (1926, 1974-1989), newspaper articles (1982-1989), manuscripts (n.d.) and publications (1935-1987) by or about Travis D. Anthony and his stories based on life in rural Oklahoma, along with accounts of his student experiences at the University of Oklahoma in the 1930's. Travis D. Anthony Photograph Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints of the Hollis family and Hollis, Oklahoma Territory and state, including photographs of street scenes, businesses, cotton gins, camp meetings, and statehood day celebrations.
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.