Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Oklahoma
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Enyard W. Gentry Photograph Collection
Black and white copy prints of Porum, Indian Territory and Oklahoma, including photographs of businesses, railroads, school children, farming, ranching, mining and family portraits.
Hurley L. Henderson Photograph Collection
Black and white copy prints of Sentinel, Oklahoma, including photographs of street scenes, businesses, farming, cotton gins and baptisms.
Kiowa County Historical Society Photograph Collection
Black-and-white copy prints of Chickasha, Indian Territory; Mountain Park, Cooperton, Roosevelt, Cold Springs, Newkirk, Enid, Hobart and Lone Wolf, Oklahoma. Also photographs of farming, businesses, railroads, and the oil industry. Also scenes of Comanche, Kiowa and Apache Indians with photographs of Delos Lone Wolf, Geronimo and Quanah Parker.
Miller Brothers 101 Ranch and Wild West Show Collection
Black and white original prints of the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West Show and the 101 Ranch. Included in the collection are photographs of cowboy and cowgirl performers, the Miller brothers, and a production scene from a western film. Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Robert Henry Harper Collection
FULL FINDING AID (PDF)
Physician. A six-page statement (1933) of Robert H. Harper, explaining why he requested that no religious funeral services be held for him.
Stephen Kirk Glasby Photograph Collection
Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.