Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white copy and original prints of railroads in Oklahoma and Arkansas. The collection also contains scenes of Fort Smith and Western Railroad locomotives and rolling stock.
Choctaw council tree near Eagle Town; giant cypress tree, a favorite council place of the Choctaws. (Largest tree in Oklahoma)., undated
Black and white original and copy prints of Quanah Parker and Comanche Indians, the Post Oak Cemetery, and a mission in Comanche County, Oklahoma. Also included are baptismal scenes and a meeting place of the Choctaw council.
Black and white original prints of Isaac C. Renfro's vineyard and grape crop, the mineral water health resorts and fountains at Sulphur, Oklahoma, along with scenes of the towns of Sulphur, Indian Territory, Clinton, Oklahoma, and Weatherford, Oklahoma, including street scenes, businesses, and parades. Mary Louise Ligon Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints of the towns of Oklahoma City, Duncan, Fort Reno, Perry and El Reno, Oklahoma Territory, along with Marlow and Ardmore, Indian Territory. The photographs include street scenes, businesses and a dust storm at Boise City, Oklahoma. Herbert K. Lininger Manuscript Collection also in repository.
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.
Black-and-white original prints and cyanotypes from a photograph album documenting an family’s everyday life and travels in the American West, circa 1898-1907. The images show children and adults at various tourist destinations in the areas of Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona, including Santo Domingo Pueblo (Kewa Pueblo), Petrified Forest National Park, and Garden of the Gods. Unpublished finding aid available.
Black and white original prints of Norman, Oklahoma Territory and Guthrie, Oklahoma. Also in the collection are photographs of the University of Oklahoma, which include scenes of students, faculty and campus. Jesse Lee Rader Manuscripts Collection also in repository.
The turtle cut into the elm tree pictured, according to legend among the Plains Indians, was carved by Spanish prospectors., Undated
Black-and-white original prints of Mangum, Oklahoma Territory and State; and Greer County, Texas and Oklahoma Territory. also included are scenes of the range cattle industry, businesses, schools, and farming.