Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives and contacts of photographs (1900-1907) of Native American subjects, including portraits and family life of Kiowas, Apaches, Wichitas, and Comanches -- Persons represented include Annie Berry, Gotebo, Jiretone, Quanah Parker, and Edward Stevens
Museum of the Great Plains
Fourteen images taken by Wedel at a Comanche powwow in Walters, Okla. (1933 Aug.); together with two photographs (undated) of Wedel standing in front of a tent
Museum of the Great Plains
Four images of railroad building in Indian Territory and Oklahoma by the Frisco Railroad -- Includes photograph of steam shovel operator, William Stiengrant
Museum of the Great Plains
Six cirkut photographs (one missing) and 2 oversized negatives (one missing), of Fort Sill, Lawton, and Medicine Park, Okla -- Subjects include Camp Doniphan, Field Artillery School, Lake Lawtonka, and Lawton High School
Museum of the Great Plains
Forty-one images with 11 negatives (some images have more than one copy negative) -- Lawton subjects include street scenes, early buildings, the burning of gambling equipment at County Courthouse, parades, the concert band, baseball team, Rotary Park, Lake Lawtonka, picnics and fishing, and Lake Lawtonka Dam; Wichita Mountains; Star House (Cache, Okla.); and Medicine Park, Okla. Persons represented in photographs include John J. Schott and other Schott family members, members of the Fogelsong, Porkony, and Leinigner families, and Delbert C. Dexter and Leslie Price Ross, early mayors of Lawton. Photographers include M.A. Tucker, Logston Studio, and Wade Studio
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs, many with multiple views of the same subject, of Indians of Oklahoma and the Great Plains. Many of the photographs were taken by Bureau of American Ethnology or other Smithsonian personnel
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives and contracts of photographs (1866-1943) chiefly taken in various Ikard ranches including portraits of his father and many members of the Ikard family, representatives from the Steger, Falkowski, Merrick, Coe, Ferguson, and Wallace families, and many others
Museum of the Great Plains
Photograph collection containing scenes with Pat Chrisman (b. 1882; American silent screen actor) and Mildred Chrisman (1895-1982; silent screen actor; inducted into Cowgirl Hall of Fame in 1988; twice World Champion Girl Bronc Rider) performing in rodeos and circuses and early western movies with Tom Mix. Other persons represented include Vic Potel, Sid Jordan, Vicki Ford, Tomasina MIx, Chester Byers, David Hall, and Bill Carress
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs pertaining to the Quanah Parker family, including individual and family portraits; reunion photos at Fort Parker and Star House; Reform and Pilgrim churches in Comanche County, Okla.; and six Smithsonian images. Other persons represented include Emmett Cox and Wananda Parker Page
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives -- Includes two images of Cerday and other Indian men on the steps of a building in Washington, D.C. The third image depicts a convention of the Loyal Order of Moose, date and location unknown

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