US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following types of materials: photographs, post cards, photo albums
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Contains approximately 15,000 photographs in fair to good condition. The collection represents an aggregation of images from multiple and diverse sources. Most of these derive from previously un-catalogued, unprocessed, or poorly described materials. The majority are identified and captioned. Geographic areas include Arizona, California, Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico. This is an active collection where future additions are anticipated. Collection highlights include late 19th century mining towns and housing developments in Phoenix from the 1960s. The collection is organized by broad subject categories: Animals, Artifacts, Biography, Buildings, Canals, Dams, and Irrigation, Cemeteries and Graveyards, Churches, Missions, and Temples, Farming and Agriculture, Geology, Housing, Indians, Law Enforcement, Landscapes, Military, Mining, Natural Disasters, Organizations, People, Places, Plants, Parades and Rodeos, Schools and Universities, Sports, Transportation, and Utilities. The broad ... Read More
Museum of the Great Plains
Photograph of R.L. Mansell's barbershop in Fort Sill; together with 10 hand-colored postcards. Subjects of postcards include Lawton High School (1912), cotton gin, city hall (1909), Lake Lawtonka dam (1924), street scenes (1908, 1914) Frisco passenger train (1915), and officers' quarters (1914) and battery review (1914), Fort Sill
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs of Fort Sill and Lawton, Okla -- Persons represented include Armenta Moretti, Ona Davis, Clara Patterson, Ross Shelp, and Bessie Shelp
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs containing views of Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and the Wichita Mountains -- Persons represented include A. A. Pearl, H.T. Glenn, Harley Glenn, Harry Glenn, and Sam Joyner
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs of residents of Lawton -- Persons represented include James C. Worthyn, C. R. Ellsworth, Howard Y. McClusky, and Thurman J. White
Museum of the Great Plains
Correspondence (1961-1990) of the Marlers reflecting their interests in archaeology, anthropology, and history, particularly in Southwestern Oklahoma; newsletters, journals, and correspondence of/and relating to Oklahoma Anthropological Society; newsclippings and articles concerning Fort Sill, Okla., and native Americans; maps of Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, and other areas, some of the National Geographic Society -- Includes letters from Kerr Foundation, University of Oklahoma, Dept. of Anthropology, Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Museum of the Great Plains, and others as well as carbon copies of Jimmy Marler's return correspondence
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs containing views of Lawton, Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and the Wichita Mountains -- Persons represented include Mattie Wood, Jeuell Ray, Margaret Frazier, Jack Shankin, and Charlie Check
Museum of the Great Plains
Ledger book including Indian land allotments; architectural drawings, contracts, correspondence, photographs, interviews, and a brief history relating to the Fort Sill Indian School and the girls dorm; maps, one signed by Willis Drummond, Indian commissioner; prints by Frederic Remington; reproductions from Harper's Weekly (1889); and other materials
Museum of the Great Plains
Collection of maps and blueprints found in the archives of the Museum of the Great Plains -- Includes maps and blueprints of Lawton, Okla., and maps of Fort Sill, Fort Gibson, and the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

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