Museum of the Great Plains
One hundred ten original photographs, chiefly from the mid-to late-1800s (some oversized) and 6 copy negatives -- Images include family portraits with some views of Wichita Mountains and places around Lawton, including Lincoln Elementary School and First National Bank. Persons represented include Julia Ellsworth Robertson, Anita Robertson, and other members of the Robertson, Ellsworth, Parmenter, McIlwain, and Myers families
Museum of the Great Plains
317 photographs taken by Shelton of construction sites in Lawton, Okla., including school buildings, church buildings, businesses, and residences
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives -- Includes three images of the church in the 1920s-1930s and one image of Joshua Givens, son of Satank (Kiowa chief), who was an ordained minister of the Episcopal Church
Museum of the Great Plains
Includes photographs, negatives, CD-ROMS, texts, and captions taken from exhibition titled "Struggle for equality: a community view," exhibited at Museum of the Great Plains from 23 Feb. 2003 to 28 Mar. 2004. Persons represented include Adam Matthews, John Sadberry, and Hartwell Menefee, of Lawton, Okla
Museum of the Great Plains
Photograph of a residential house in Lawton accompanied with a special warranty deed (2 Jan. 1936), which states, in part, that deed was granted "provided that no white person shall ever be permitted to reside upon or occupy said lots or ground; together with photocopies of Douglass High school (ca. 1902), Bethlehem Baptist Church (1907), and an African American military detachment at Fort Sill, Okla. (ca. 1940s)
Museum of the Great Plains
Family history, clippings, Life magazines (8 items, 1963-1972), and folio book (in repository library) presented in memory of his second wife Elisabeth G. Milhauser, whom he married in Germany entitled Romantische Reise durch das alte Deutshland
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives (undated) including four of picnicking and scenes on Cache Creek (ca. 1903-1911) and 5 interview views of the H.H. Champlin home at 1115 Lake St., in Lawton (ca. 1911) -- Persons represented include Champlin's parents: Roy Frank Champlin and Frances Cobb Champlin
Museum of the Great Plains
Two interviews containing descriptions of summers spent in Texarkana, Ark.; living in Lone Wolf, Hobart, and Lawton, Okla.; his father, George Harrison Strange, and his ownership of five hardware stores; training as a bomber pilot and working at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant in Oklahoma City during WWII; operating a quarry; and daily activities on his farm
Museum of the Great Plains
Two negatives from the AAUW scrapbook: 1.: AAUW planning committee (May 1960) and 2: image of 5 officers for the 1951-1952 term -- Persons represented include Mary M. Wolverton, Christina Swanson, Gladys Hammond, Roma Montgomery, and Lameda Robertson
Museum of the Great Plains
Business and personal correspondence, maps, ledgers, scrapbook, invitations, programs, postcards, pamphlets, blueprints, legal documents, books (1877-1958), miscellaneous property and business materials, newspapers, certificates, posters, and other papers, reflecting Morford's business, personal, and civic activities -- Subjects include banking, politics, oil and gas, cattle, Kiwanis Club, and early homesteading

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