Museum of the Great Plains
Materials relating to an addition and part of Lawton, Okla., known as Old Town North which originally in 1901 was comprised of 320 acres divided into 66 blocks of equal size (32 for business and remainder residential) and by 1910, its boundaries were extended, with additional improvements made by 1917 under the sponsorship of Sen. Thomas P. Gore -- Includes maps and historic surveys, copies of forms for historic structure survey, newsclippings, historic buildings survey, notes on architecture, inventory of National Register of Historic Places, research information on famous residents, list of historic residents and present owners, information on house construction, photographs, street maps, survey of Sears houses, two notebooks with interviews and house survey, and 2 tape cassettes with interviews with Clyde Callahan and Herbert H. Champlin
Museum of the Great Plains
Interviews with Callahan -- Subjects include early family life in Lone Wolf, with its stores, churches, and the family feed store; move to New Mexico ca. 1907, later returning; work at farmer's coop in Hobart; giving beef to Indians and butchering beef; grass fires; Fruit Jar Center (community near Cooperton known for making moonshine during the Depression); KKK activities in Lone Wolf; horse trading; home remedies; honey business; FBI man Dolph Bryce; and Frank Nash and other outlaws
Museum of the Great Plains
Includes oral history interviews (transcript and audiotape; 1980-1981), of Clyde Callahan describing frontier life in Hobart, Okla., biographies of John Enoch Callahan and Edwin James Callahan, a Hobart High School yearbook (1905-1906), and news clippings
Museum of the Great Plains
Three hundred fifty-two images collected from various families of Kiowa County, Okla., including scenes of Hobart, Okla

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