Museum of the Great Plains
Images of early Lawton from 1901 through the "pioneer" parade in 1954 -- Persons represented include Martha B. Warner, her husband George L. Warner, and other family members, Ben Watkins, Tony Pokorny, Wilbur R. Rice, Robert and Velma Williams, members of the Burton family, and William Jennings Bryan
Museum of the Great Plains
Negatives of Bice family and friends on outings, scenes in Lawton, military personnel and buildings in Fort Sill, Wichita Mountains, Native Americans, and other subjects -- Family members represented include Herbert E. Bice, Amy Jean (Tudhope) Bice, and Vera R. Bice
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs of Emerson school children and Ladies Temperance League (L.T.L.) dedication of a drinking fountain for horses
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Seventy-four photographs, including originals and postcards -- Contains unidentified family photographs of C.C. Lewis and Lurena Baggett Lewis
Museum of the Great Plains
Nine copy negatives, depicting early Lawton, in particular the Aalar Howard Newton family -- Includes five images of Newton Grocery & Market and two of the Rankin Hotel as well as portraits of A.H. Newton, Lillian Rankin Newton, Lameda Newton, and other members of the Newton and Rankin families
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives (undated) of originals (1890-1925) containing views of Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, Wichita Mountains, and other southwest Oklahoma locations -- Includes photos of Johnson and his wife, his father, Henry Clay Johnson, grandfather, Jacob C. Talmadge, and other Talmadge family members. Other persons represented include Bill Cody (Buffalo Bill)
Museum of the Great Plains
Images of the Wichita Mountains and early Lawton events and people, many of whom have been identified. Some of photos are glued to scrapbook pages. Other images are either postcards or are glued to board. Persons represented include Harris and her husband, her father, Henry Wilson Hanna, and members of the Hanna, Harris, Blanding, and Timmons families
Museum of the Great Plains
Seven originals (mounted on board) and negatives showing scenes of Lawton's tent city and the first train stop in Lawton. Taken out of a photo album
Museum of the Great Plains
Negatives of Dr. H.A. Angus and his family and the clinic/emergency hospital which he established in Lawton
Museum of the Great Plains
Negatives depicting Turner's parents, George and Edith Corwin and parents of husband, Martha Cutler Turner and Millard Fillmore Turner, farmers and residents of rural Lawton, Okla

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