Museum of the Great Plains
Two photocopied letters written by Parker to Col. Charles Goodnight (probably in Texas) regarding the moving of the grave of Parker's mother, Cynthia Ann Parker; together with some memorial speeches
Museum of the Great Plains
One hundred ten images including postcards, original photographs, and prints, with 65 negatives depicting early Lawton and Fort Sill, Okla., Wichita Mountains, stores in downtown Lawton (ca. 1907-1909, 1930s), first sewage disposal plant in Lawton, homesteaders coming to register at Fort Sill, Fort Sill Indian School students (1909), first Lawton High School graduating class (1903) of which Mrs. Tilton was a member, and construction of the dam at Lake Lawtonka -- Includes photographs of Tilton, members of the Wolverton family, Luther Jewett Abbott, F.P. Aycock, Indians, and others. Photographers represented include P.A. Wade, Call's Studio, J.E. Markham, F.P. Aycock, Joe E. Baker & Bro., Chaney's Studio, and Jack Kerans
Museum of the Great Plains
Postcard collection of 46 images, chiefly relating to Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and Oklahoma City, Okla., with one accordian set (#27) containing 20 images -- Subjects include street scenes, civic buildings, and train station in Lawton; lake and resort views at Medicine Park; airplanes, army hospital, soldiers, and officer's quarters at Fort Sill; state capital and civic buildings in Oklahoma City, as well as oil fields and wells; Pioneer Woman Statue in Ponca City, Okla; Grand Lake in Colorado; and baling cotton. Photographers include William P. Sanborn
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs, chiefly postcard prints, and copy negatives depicting the 1913 Lawton anniversary parade, Keegan Hotel, Fort Sill and Camp Doniphan, businesses and homes in Lawton, aviation photos, and views of various towns in Oklahoma
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: correspondence / letters, clippings, ephemera
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: correspondence, oral history
University of Oklahoma - Bizzell Memorial Library
The Thomas Collection contains correspondence, press releases, speeches, pamphlets, memoirs, flyers, clippings, government documents, lists, periodicals, legislation, reports, maps, newsletters, transcripts, and photographs primarily covering Thomas's career in the U.S. Senate
Museum of the Great Plains
Original images, chiefly negatives of various sizes, but also some prints depicting life in Lawton, Okla -- Includes some personal photographs but also professional photographs taken by Bates Studio, Lawton newspapers, and the photo facility at Fort Sill. Subjects include parades, buildings, organizations, powwows, weddings, sports, Wichita Mountains, Craterville Park, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, the Prince of Peace Easter Pageant, Wichita Falls, Tex., Doe Doe Park (Lawton), and Cameron, Okla. Persons represented include Hysaw and his wife, Myrtle R. Hysaw, Rev. Mark Wallock (with whom Hysaw worked at the Easter sunrise service), members of the Hysaw, Currell, Ellsworth, Fisher, Hawkins, Patton, Smith, and Wilson families, and others
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
Personal correspondence (1897-1946 and undated), newspaper clippings, special occasion cards, postcards, area and state newspapers, and miscellany -- Subjects include Lawton Chamber of Commerce, education and religion in Lawton, and Fort Sill and U.S. Army

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