Found in 464 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white copy prints of Crazy Bear, Fireshaker, Roughface, Yellow Bull, Hairy Bear, Oscar Makes Cry, Zole Makes Cry, Thomas Makes Cry, and William Iron Thunder, all of whom were Ponca Indians.
Black and white original and copy prints of the Foress B. Lillie family and Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory and state. The collection includes street scenes, transportation, businesses, outlaws, and oilwells, as well as scenes of places, cities and towns in California, New York, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Foress B. Lillie Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white copy prints of the first Cherokee Female Seminary at Tahlequah, Indian Territory; the Bloomfield Academy, a school for girls near Achile, Indian Territory; and the Southwestern Baptist College at Hastings, Indian Territory. Frank Allen Balyeat Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints of L.E. Patterson's feather business in Texas, and his street car lines in Oklahoma City, Norman, and Sulphur, Oklahoma. The collection also contains business scenes from the towns of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Pecos and Austin, Texas.
Black and white copy prints of the Healy Brothers' ranching activities in the Oklahoma Panhandle. The collection also includes scenes of Beaver City and Woodward, Oklahoma Territory. Frank Dale Healy Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white copy prints of the All Indian Fair held at Craterville Park, Oklahoma, in the Wichita Mountains. The prints include those of Apache, Comanche, and Kiowa Indians in native costumes.
Black and white original prints of the William H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray family. Includes scenes of Alfalfa Bill as governor, the 1907 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention, the inauguration of Johnston Murray as Governor of Oklahoma, the Cherokee Nation Senate, the Murray farm in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, and Murray State College in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Also contains scenes of the Oklahoma National Guard, petroleum industry operations in Oklahoma, colonists of the Murray family in Bolivia, and scenes of the Murray Colony in Bolivia.
Black and white copy prints of Bartlesville, Indian Territory and the 1866 Delaware-Cherokee congressional delegation to Washington, D.C. Fred Barton Woodard Manuscript Collection also in repository.
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Black and white original and copy prints of the towns of Guthrie, Edmond, El Reno, Oklahoma City, Perry, Kingfisher and Anadarko, Oklahoma. Scenes of farming, railroads, mining, outlaws, the U.S. Army, Boomers, the University of Oklahoma and businesses are included, along with those of Cheyenne, Shawnee, Wichita, Apache, Potawatomi, Kickapoo, Comanche, Kiowa, Pawnee, Osage, Wyandotte, Ponca, Iroquois, Seminole and Iowa Indians.
Architect. The archives (1959-2018) of G. K. “Mickey” Muennig document his innovative organic architecture work in the Big Sur area of California. The collection primarily contains project files and architectural drawings (circa 1975-2004) produced during the planning and construction of residential and commercial properties along the Pacific coast, such as the Post Ranch Inn. These materials reflect Muennig’s dedication to eco-conscious designs that incorporated the surrounding landscape and ocean views. The collection also features drawings of Muennig’s early works in his hometown of Joplin, Missouri. Photographic prints and slides of his architectural projects and sources for inspiration are included, along with correspondence from friends and associates. The collection also contains architectural drafting tools used in his professional practice, and copies of publicity about his unique architectural style.
Black and white original prints of Boyd House at the University of Oklahoma, the Episcopal Church in Chickasha, Oklahoma, and the judging of cattle at an Oklahoma State meeting of Future Farmers of America. Margaret Collums Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original and copy prints of Chickasaw, Cherokee and Choctaw Indians. Included are scenes of the Bloomfield Academy, the Chickasaw Nation capitol building, officials of the Chickasaw tribal government, and Chickasaw governor, Douglas H. Johnson. The collection also contains photographs of Mary Alice Hearrell Murray, Elmer Thomas, William Henry (Alfalfa Bill) Murray and Saladin Watie.
Black and white copy and original prints of individuals, many of whom have historical ties to Indian Territory, Oklahoma Territory, and Oklahoma state, and to the University of Oklahoma. Included are Elias Boudinot, Billy Bowlegs, Thomas M. Buffington, Dennis W. Bushyhead, David Ross Boyd, Cyrus Byington, Samuel Checote, Lewis Downing, Geronimo, Thomas P. Gore, Patrick J. Hurley, Charles Journeycake, Josh Lee, Julien C. Monnet, Robert L. Owen, John Ridge, Major Ridge, John Ross, Sequoyah, Elmer Thomas, and Bud Wilkinson.
Black and white original prints of Dewey, Indian Territory and Oklahoma. The collection includes street scenes, oil drilling activities in the Weber Pool near Dewey, school children, and an airplane manufactured by the Dewey Airplane Company.
Black and white copy prints of Seminole, Indian Territory and Oklahoma, and Davenport, Indian Territory. Included are photographs of businesses, a temperance gathering, parades, and the oil industry.
Professor. Papers (1938-2019) of George Henderson, Professor of Human Relations, Education and Sociology and Dean of the College of Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma. His papers include both personal and official correspondence (1960-2019), publications (1961-2015), speeches and speaking engagements material (1964-2017), subject files (1960-2019), honors, awards, and memorabilia (1955-2019), and photographs and audiovisual materials (1938-2019). The collection materials highlight Dr. Henderson’s lifelong efforts to advocate for racial equality and social justice.
Black and white original prints of George M. Combest, including scenes from his service in the U.S. Army at Fort Clark, Texas. George Marion Combest Manuscript Collection also in repository.