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Three boxes containing historic structure survey papers performed for the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments (ASCOG), on historic buildings in Oklahoma -- Includes historic structure surveys of Lawton, Okla.; "Three-County Historical Site Survey" for Comanche, Cotton, and Tillman counties in Oklahoma; and "Six-County Historical Site Survey" for Beckham, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, and Washita counties in Oklahoma, including historical sites inventory lists and Oklahoma landmarks inventory nomination forms
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Thirty-five photographs showing family and country life of Kiowa County, Okla. Persons represented include Robert Brandley Stinson and Edward S. Wilcox
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Ninety-seven images copied from a 1913 plat book of Kiowa County, Okla -- Includes views of residences, businesses, maps, and portraits of its leading citizens
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Subjects of interview include first auto in Hobart (1903) and early roads; first election (1910); early Hobart businesses; Ku Klux Klan (Clay's father was cyclops of Hobart clan; Indian dances at beginning of World War I and relations between Indians and the townspeople; high school graduation in Hobart (1924) and Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha (1928); activities as a school teacher in Verden, Okla.; World War I and II; home remedies; games; participation in the compiling of a Kiowa County history; life philosophy; and town characters Jack Boxley (a gambler) and Frank Nash (outlaw)
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Three hundred fifty-two images collected from various families of Kiowa County, Okla., including scenes of Hobart, Okla
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Three interviews (recorded in Mar. 1981) -- Subjects include information on North and South Cold Springs rivalry and the moving of North Springs depot in the middle of the night in 1911; leveling of Cold Springs area when government bought land for Tom Steed Reservoir (1971) and the controversy proceeding the building of the reservoir; town orchestra; doctors; E.S. Nordstrom's Granite Co., Roosevelt, Okla., and information pertaining to its owner Eric Sven Nordstrom and his contributions to the town; businesses and grocery owner Arthur Hendrson; first rural telephone exchange in Southwest Oklahoma; dust bowl and depression years; seine fishing by groups of neighbors; baseball; cotton gin at Mondamin, Okla.; town of Wildman; the unsuccessful creation of Swanson County (S. Kiowa County) gold mining; mesquite trees; cherry tree orchards; bootleg whiskey during prohibition; Fruit Jar Center; cockfighting; the unsuccessful creation of Swanson County (in S. Kiowa County); early school days ... Read More
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Subjects of interview include: the drawing, by her father, farm property in the Lawton, Okla., lottery, chiefly because of poor schools in Indian Territory; travel by the family for 100 miles in a covered wagon to reach their new property near Snyder; in 1902 the donation by her father of land for the Star Valley School and the building of the schoolhouse and outbuildings; early towns of Mondamon and North and South Cold Springs (Mondamon later flooded for the construction of Tom Steed Reservoir); Swanson County (later became part of Kiowa County); early home remedies; conditions during World War I, World War II, and the Depression; and membership in the Harmony Club, a women's social club in Snyder
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Five original photographs of people and places in Kiowa County, Okla -- Persons represented include Louise Stinson, Forb Wilson, Daisy Means, Oliver Means, and Captola Means
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Twenty-one copy negatives showing Hanza's farm north of Gotebo, Okla
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219 images relating to the Braun family of Hobart, Okla., and rural life in Kiowa County including farming scenes and family photos and portraits

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