Found in 305 Collections and/or Records:
Ho-wear, a Yapparika Comanche chief, with chains hanging from two tiny braids. Western Oklahoma, 1869 – 1874. Photographer – William Soule. Negative 5x7., 1869-1874
Black and white original prints of sawmills, quarries, lime kilns, lumber yards, glass factories, smelters, oil wells and storage tanks, and ranches in Oklahoma. The collection includes photographs of numerous Oklahoma cities and towns; the University of Oklahoma; of railroads, automobiles, and airplanes; of Apache, Cheyenne, Comanche, Kiowa, Sioux, and Wichita Indians; of limestone and gypsum deposits in Oklahoma; and of the Oklahoma salt plains. Quanah Parker, Wanda Parker, Hollow Horn Bear, Hunting Horse, Mad Wolf, Geronimo, Bear Claw, and Amy Toughfeathers are among the photographs of individuals in the collection.
Horseback, Comanche (Tuh-huh-yet, Nau-qua-hip, Champion Rider). Principal civil chief of the Noconee Comanches, Holding beaded pouch. Western Oklahoma, 1869 – 1874. Photographer – William Soule. Negative 5x7., 1869-1874
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 original prints of University of Oklahoma President Joseph A. Brandt. The collection contains scenes of Brandt with former University of Oklahoma President William B. Bizzell; University of Oklahoma students and alumni; and the 1941 matriculation ceremony. Photographs of other University of Oklahoma personalities in the collection are Carlton Ross Hume, Stratton D. Brooks, and Paul Sears.
Kiowa and Comanche Indian Police. Adams on left and Little on the right. Purcell, Indian Territory, ca. 1889., circa 1889
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.
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Pioneer. Photocopies of Mrs. Jones' account of pioneer life in early Montague County, Texas, from 1854 to approximately 1867, describing early settlers and raids by the Comanche Indians; of census returns from 1860 and 1870 for the Jones and Baggett families, taken from "Early Records of Montague County, Texas" (1982); obituary (1934) of Mrs. Jones; a roll of the Nacogdohes (Texas) Mounted Volunteers from STRIPES (June 1976), and notes (1988) on the genealogy of the Jones and Baggett families.
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Activist. This collection includes seven issues of the "Oklahoma Socialist Movement Newsletter" (1976), an unpublished manuscript (1985) by Maggie Gover, titled "Will the Real Herb Hollomon Please Stand Up" and a paper (2004) by Michael P. Wright titled "Second Thoughts About the Comanche Code Talkers.".
A black and white original print of Quanah Parker in a group portrait taken at the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention in Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory.
Mow-way or Hand Shaker’s winter camp of Comanche Indians, 1867-1874. Hide tepees. Photo by W.M. Soule. BAE, negative, and one copy., 1867-1874
Black and white original and copy prints of Comanche, Cheyenne, Cheyenne-Arapaho, Arapaho, Sac and Fox, Sioux, Blackfoot, Kiowa, Crow, Ute, Shawnee, Omaha, Pueblo, Shoshoni, Pawnee, Ponca, Assinibone, Apache, Yakima Nez Perce, Umatilla, Wichita, Osage, Potawatomi and Flathead Indians. Also included are photographs of the U.S. Army during the Indian Wars (1865-1891), Western forts and posts, the Little Big Horn battlefield, trails and settlements of the Southwest, soil conservation and dust storms, Oklahoma towns, mountain ranges and National Parks.