Gasoline industry -- Oklahoma
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white original and copy prints of farming and coal mining near Chelsea, Oklahoma. The collection also includes street scenes in Chelsea. Alvin J. Herring Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints of Sapulpa, Indian Territory and Oklahoma, along with images of Oklahoma City, Fort Reno and Tulsa, Oklahoma, Fort Smith, Arkansas, businesses, schools, oil wells, railroads, and cotton ginning. The collection also includes scenes of Creek, Comanche, Apache, and Yuchi Indians and the Euchee Mission near Sapulpa, Indian Territory.
Black and white copy prints of Cloud Chief, Oklahoma Territory, and the towns of Ardmore, Foss, Gotebo, and Cordell, Oklahoma. Also included are photographs of businesses, railroads, farming, picnicking, schools, a Ku Klux Klan parade and tornado damage. James Franklin Parman Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Photographer and collector. Black and white original prints of railroads in Oklahoma, including scenes of depots, locomotives, rolling stock, bridges and track. The collection also contains photographs of numerous Oklahoma cities and towns, industries, agriculture, businesses and mining activities.
Black and white copy prints of Czech-Americans in Oklahoma. The collection includes images of the Hanska family, wedding portraits, and farming scenes.
Black and white original prints, negatives, and panoramas of numerous Oklahoma towns, mines, oil wells, oil fields, industries, rivers, health resorts, farms, sod houses, railroads and the University of Oklahoma. The collection also includes scenes of Oklahoma mountains, rock formations, different soils and meteorite crators, along with Indian schools and graveyards. Oklahoma Geological Survey Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original and copy prints of Cushing, Oklahoma and the oil industry in the Cushing area.
Black and white copy prints of Johnson, and Byars, Indian Territory and Oklahoma, and Arapaho, Oklahoma Territory. The photographs include scenes of schools, railroads, parades, and businesses.