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Children

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

A family of six standing behind a car. Father and mother, three older children and one baby. Photo by Lange., undated

 Item — Box Photo F-23, Item: 17
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of scenes of the Depression and dust bowl in rural Oklahoma. Included are photographs of migrants, dust storms, and foreclosed farms.

Dates: undated

A young boy and a woman standing among belongings of the evicted sharecroppers of the Dibble Plantation. They were evicted January 12, 1936. Miss Hill House., 1936

 Item — Box Photo F-23, Item: 44
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of scenes of the Depression and dust bowl in rural Oklahoma. Included are photographs of migrants, dust storms, and foreclosed farms.

Dates: 1936

All Glasby children here of Albert Edward Glasby & Elizabeth Ellen Glasby. Albert died, Jan. 1, 1913. Six boys and four girls., 1913 January 1

 Item — Box Photo G-17, Item: 7
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.

Dates: 1913 January 1

Cherokee woman and child, 1897, 1897

 Item — Box Photo M-18, item: 34
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original and copy prints of numerous Oklahoma towns, including scenes of businesses, health resorts, stone quarries, railroads and dust storms. The collection also contains prints of Cherokee, Creek, Chickasw, Choctaw, Seminole, and Sac and Fox Indians. John Wesley Morris Manuscript Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1897

Dust storm, Cimarron, Oklahoma. Photo by Arthur Rothstein., undated

 Item — Box Photo F-23, Item: 28
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of scenes of the Depression and dust bowl in rural Oklahoma. Included are photographs of migrants, dust storms, and foreclosed farms.

Dates: undated

Family and horses standing outside their home near Grandfield, Oklahoma, early 1900s. This home, with porches around three sides, was typical of this area, in the early 1900s, at the time of the Big Pasture Opening. The cellar was built after the Snyder tornado. When photographers came by, families posed with all their possessions, circa 1900

 Item — Box Photo M-31, Item: 15
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the towns of Moore and Snyder, Oklahoma Territory; Norman, Cement, Welch, Frederick, Stroud, Davidson, Vinita, Tipton, Peek, Ioland, Damon, and Elmore City, Oklahoma; and Coweta, Indian Territory. Included are scenes of businesses, the oil industry, railroads, parades, the University of Oklahoma, football, cotton marketing, and fire fighters.

Dates: circa 1900

Grade school class picture in Seminole in 1923., 1923

 Item — Box Photo K-3, Item: 25
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

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.

Dates: 1923

Group of school children outside their school. Walter Glasby, Sadie Eckhart, and Nora Glasby in group. Concordia, Kansas. Circa 1870., 1870

 Item — Box Photo G-17, Item: 23
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.

Dates: 1870

Group of small school children. Ramona., Undated

 Item — Box Photo S-10, Item: 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints of Ramona, Indian Territory and Oklahoma state, including scenes of businesses, ranching, and oil storage construction. Martha T. Swearingen Manuscript Collection also in repository.

Dates: Undated

Group of small children in old school in Ramona., Undated

 Item — Box Photo S-10, Item: 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints of Ramona, Indian Territory and Oklahoma state, including scenes of businesses, ranching, and oil storage construction. Martha T. Swearingen Manuscript Collection also in repository.

Dates: Undated

Irving (Yahola, son of Alex Posey) on right as child., undated

 Item — Box Photo M-4, Item: 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints, copy prints and tintypes of a Creek Indian family named Posey, and of the Creek school at Wetumka Mission, Indian Territory.

Dates: undated

Man in suit and tie posed with his arms around two little boys in caps and jackets. They are standing in front of a store, circa 1920s., circa 1920

 Item — Box Photo M-24, Item: 14
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the towns of Jet, Enid, and Marshall, Oklahoma, along with those of Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma and Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Dates: circa 1920

Pioneer family standing by their home near Coweta, Indian Territory, 1902. Left to right: Wilbert Harrison Mason, Essie Fitzgerald Mason, Ida Belle Fitzgerald Allen. Children: Nancy Anna Mason, held by father; William Harse Mason and Euda Belle Mason, 1902

 Item — Box Photo M-31, Item: 16
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the towns of Moore and Snyder, Oklahoma Territory; Norman, Cement, Welch, Frederick, Stroud, Davidson, Vinita, Tipton, Peek, Ioland, Damon, and Elmore City, Oklahoma; and Coweta, Indian Territory. Included are scenes of businesses, the oil industry, railroads, parades, the University of Oklahoma, football, cotton marketing, and fire fighters.

Dates: 1902

Randle’s children. Two boys and one girl. Studio portrait., Undated

 Item — Box Photo G-17, Item: 20
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.

Dates: Undated

Randle’s children. Two girls standing on front porch with plants., Undated

 Item — Box Photo G-17, Item: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.

Dates: Undated

Red Cross., undated

 Item — Box Photo F-23, Item: 37
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of scenes of the Depression and dust bowl in rural Oklahoma. Included are photographs of migrants, dust storms, and foreclosed farms.

Dates: undated

Retrop School, Undated

 Item — Box Photo H-4, Item: 21
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of Sentinel, Oklahoma, including photographs of street scenes, businesses, farming, cotton gins and baptisms.

Dates: Undated

School children in Frederick, Okla., undated

 Item — Box Photo W-10, Item: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints of Frederick and Manitou, Oklahoma, including scenes of businesses, farming, and city streets. The collection also contains a photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and his friends on a wolf hunt near Frederick, Oklahoma in 1905.

Dates: undated

School group in Ramona., Undated

 Item — Box Photo S-10, Item: 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints of Ramona, Indian Territory and Oklahoma state, including scenes of businesses, ranching, and oil storage construction. Martha T. Swearingen Manuscript Collection also in repository.

Dates: Undated

School in Concordia. Kansas. Walter Arthur Glasby. Late 1800’s., Undated

 Item — Box Photo G-17, Item: 17
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the Glasby family. Included in the collection are scenes of Lawton, Oklahoma Territory and state, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, businesses and an oil well.

Dates: Undated

Street scene, with twenty mule team freight, automobiles, children and men in the street. One man is holding a rifle. Cheyenne, Oklahoma Territory, early 1900s., early 1900s

 Item — Box Photo N-7, Item: 18
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of Norman and Cheyenne, Oklahoma Territory and state. Also photographs of Drumright and Broken Bow, Oklahoma, the University of Oklahoma, cowboys, businesses, and Cheyenne-Arapaho Indians.

Dates: early 1900s

The children of Riverside School, undated

 Item — Box Photo W-10, Item: 31
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white original prints of Frederick and Manitou, Oklahoma, including scenes of businesses, farming, and city streets. The collection also contains a photograph of Theodore Roosevelt and his friends on a wolf hunt near Frederick, Oklahoma in 1905.

Dates: undated

The Goynes and White families on an outing. They are standing on a river bank; two of the boys are standing in the river. The group includes the four White children and the Goynes baby, in a buggy. Mrs. Goynes is beside the buggy, and the woman in black is Mr. White’s mother. Sulphur, Oklahoma, 1908, 1908

 Item — Box Photo M-31, Item: 39
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the towns of Moore and Snyder, Oklahoma Territory; Norman, Cement, Welch, Frederick, Stroud, Davidson, Vinita, Tipton, Peek, Ioland, Damon, and Elmore City, Oklahoma; and Coweta, Indian Territory. Included are scenes of businesses, the oil industry, railroads, parades, the University of Oklahoma, football, cotton marketing, and fire fighters.

Dates: 1908

Two girls dressed in white dresses; one is holding a parasol., undated

 Item — Box Photo E-6, Item: 21
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of drugstore interiors, of Carnegie and Walters, Oklahoma Territory, and Ponca City, Oklahoma.

Dates: undated

Two young girls in front of an old house. Two cars are parked at eh side of the house. Photo by Lange, undated

 Item — Box Photo F-23, Item: 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of scenes of the Depression and dust bowl in rural Oklahoma. Included are photographs of migrants, dust storms, and foreclosed farms.

Dates: undated

Waldemer and May Thompson and their eight children, seated in front of their home. Peek, Oklahoma, 1910, 1910

 Item — Box Photo M-31, Item: 17
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Black and white copy prints of the towns of Moore and Snyder, Oklahoma Territory; Norman, Cement, Welch, Frederick, Stroud, Davidson, Vinita, Tipton, Peek, Ioland, Damon, and Elmore City, Oklahoma; and Coweta, Indian Territory. Included are scenes of businesses, the oil industry, railroads, parades, the University of Oklahoma, football, cotton marketing, and fire fighters.

Dates: 1910