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Photograph of R.L. Mansell's barbershop in Fort Sill; together with 10 hand-colored postcards. Subjects of postcards include Lawton High School (1912), cotton gin, city hall (1909), Lake Lawtonka dam (1924), street scenes (1908, 1914) Frisco passenger train (1915), and officers' quarters (1914) and battery review (1914), Fort Sill
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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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Two copy negatives. First (1920) is of "Jim" Harrold with one of his winning trotters on C Ave., in Lawton; second (1920) of Jim and his future wife, Margaret ("Maggie") Updegrove (later known as Pauline Harrold Young)
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Six photographs of sheriffs in Oklahoma and Comanche County, Okla., including images taken from the semi-annual Sheriff's Assoc. of Oklahoma (Tulsa, 1926; and Lawton, 1927); and a photograph showing avenue C in Lawton, Okla. Other persons represented include J.S. Hanks, Rufe Lefors, Walter Nix, Carl Froneberger, I.E. Turben, Herbert Woods, and Art Ashine
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Images and photo album depicting Helen and Arthur Holliday, her parents: John Wallace Weightman and Harriet (Hattie) Bailey Weightman, and other family members and friends -- Subjects include dwellings and farm land in Lawton and Faxon. Other persons represented include Muriel Weightman Faux, Eva Weightman, and Julis Weightman Lloyd
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Negatives taken from postcards of Comanche Indians -- Includes Comanche woman and child in cradleboard and man in native dress
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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
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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
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Six original photographs showing steam locomotive number 1526 being pulled on its way to the Museum of the Great Plains where it was exhibited in 1961
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

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