Found in 1182 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white original and copy prints of settlers in the land run of 1889 crossing the Canadian River at Purcell, Indian Territory, and a hanging in Ada, Oklahoma. Also included in the collection are scenes of a women's temperance march in Lexington, Oklahoma and a parade at Blanchard, Oklahoma.
“B” street (Broadway) east from the courthouse square. 30 days old. Anadarko (Okla.) September 6, 1901., 1901, Sept 6
“Baby Carroll” seated on blanket with a dog. October 5, 1900. Baby Carroll was the son of an employee at Riverside Indian School., 1900, Oct 5
Black and white original prints of Bayard T. Hainer, Sr., and Jr. and the Hainer home at Perry, Oklahoma Territory. The collection also includes photographs of Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt, Warren G. Harding, Woodrow Wilson, and Herbert Hoover. Bayard Taylor Hainer Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Bradford & Davidson, General Merchandise Store on “C” street, east of the courthouse. Anadarko (Okla.) November 14, 1901., 1901, Nov 14
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.
Building and tents along the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad tracks. Anadarko (Okla.) August 19, 1901., 1901, Aug 19
Black and white original prints of the William H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray family. Includes a scene of Alfalfa Bill with the Oklahoma National Guard during the Red River Bridge War with Texas, the inauguration of Alfalfa Bill, the Oklahoma National Guard at Fort Sill, U. S. Army airplanes, and the Murray family and colonists in Bolivia.
Black and white copy prints of the towns of Lawton, El Reno, Perry and White Rock, Oklahoma Territory. The collection includes scenes of settlement, businesses, railroads, the opening of the Cherokee Strip, the land drawing at El Reno, and a wagon train of settlers during the Land Run of 1889.