Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
A group of American Indian children posed in front of a Christmas tree at the Episcopal Mission chapel. Some of the children are identified as: George and Alice Apekaum; John Baren, Ida and Lucy Jackson; Mae Stumbling Bear; and Grandma Apekaum is in back with a child. Anadarko (Okla.) 1898. [Missing.], undated
A Kiowa woman carrying her Christmas gifts home from the Episcopal Mission chapel. Anadarko (Okla.) December 1899., 1899, Dec
American Indian women and children leaving the Episcopal chapel at Christmas. Anadarko (Okla.) December 1900., 1900, Dec
Contains photographs of various subjects, such as, nature, industry, and historic locations throughout Oklahoma. Also included are additional paper materials regarding information on photo developments, schedules, and photo releases.
Description on front: “Merry Christmas y (and) Feliz Ano Nuevo (Happy New Year), Manuel Perez, Jr. “Toto,” Inscription on back of original: “Paro mi Abuelia (For my Grandmother). December 25, 1943. Negative, 5x7., undated
Black-and-white negatives and copy prints of Manuel Perez, Jr., taken primarily at Camp Mackall, North Carolina, during training for his service in the 511th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Army in World War II. Unpublished finding aid available.
First Christmas tree in Sayre, O.T., December 25, 1901, in the so-called Convention Hall in Sayre (then Riverton), O.T., 1901 December 25
Black and white original prints of the towns of Riverton (Sayre), El Reno, and Doxey, Oklahoma Territory. Also included are photographs of the Benton family, businesses, railroads, and University of Oklahoma students. Joseph Benton Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Lizzie (Kiowa) at a Christmas celebration at the Episcopal Mission chapel. Anadarko (Okla.) December 27, 1901. [Missing], 1901, Dec 27
Black and white copy prints of Norman and Lexington, Oklahoma. Includes street scenes, businesses, churches, schools, fairs, family and individual studio portraits.