Museum of the Great Plains
Twenty-eight images taken from the official souvenir program, Lawton Street Fair.". -- "Only official program "authorized by the Red Men's Street Fair and 4th of July Celebration Ass'n.".
Museum of the Great Plains
Interview, with transcript, with Andrus and her brother, Seldon Eugene Andrus, in Lawton, Okla., chiefly relating to their father, general store owner in Frisco, Okla., who became postmaster and store owner in Wildman, Okla., 1909, and drew good farm land in the lottery, the family's move to Altus and then Roosevelt, Okla., ca. 1911 where father, an outspoken Socialist, was justice of the peace and founder of a school for African Americans -- Subjects include labor unions, KKK, the selling of their farm and move to Lawton, their Farmer's Union agency, and philosophy of life
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Copy negatives, photographs, and slides of early Lawton and Fort Sill, Okla -- Subjects include first train leaving Orlando for Perry, Okla. (1893 Sept. 16), tent city and squatters in Lawton before the lot sale, a cyclone, downtown Lawton, the courthouse, and Camp Doniphan. Photographers represented include W.A. Flower, of Guthrie, Okla
Museum of the Great Plains
Copy negatives, chiefly images of Babs Robertson, taken from her baby book -- Other persons represented include Dr. E.B. Dunlap, and Julia Ellsworth Robertson
Museum of the Great Plains
Autographed programs and event flyers: "The Community Concert Association presents Genevieve Rowe, 1952-1953 season series"; "Table Tennis Champs, a great comedy novelty sports attraction," 4 Nov. (no year given), signed by Harry Tafler and Marvin Prager; and "Wrestling Revelation" signed by Bertrand Shurtleff
Museum of the Great Plains
Scrapbook, with genealogical materials, relating to Robertson and other family members including his sister, Anita Louis Robertson and wife, Lameda (Newton) Robertson
Museum of the Great Plains
Black and white negatives and slides of woodcuts and lithographs (1830-1880) which came to the Museum of the Great Plains, Lawton, Okla., as a traveling exhibition entitled "Indians of the American West" which showed Jan. 5-29, 1979, produced by Don Humphrey and Humphrey Galleries in Santa Fe, N.M. -- Includes the work of artists: George Catlin, Karl Bodmer, Charles B. King, Peter Rindisbacher, J.M. Stanley, Frederic Remington, James Otto Lewis, Paul Frenzeny, J. Tavernier, T.R. Davis, W.M. Cary, F.O.C. Darley, H.F. Farney, Alfred R. Waud, and S. Eastman
Museum of the Great Plains
Chiefly Images of objects belonging to "Chief Runkles," including flints and Native American material from the Museum of the Great Plains exhibit materials
Museum of the Great Plains
Images of the family of Henry David Miller (1845-1925), including Henry David Miller, Albert Sanford Miller, Kirk Sichley Miller, and Helen May Miller
Museum of the Great Plains
Negative, contact, and copy print of portrait painting of Louise McMahon

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