Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Library
Brass plaque with the inscription -- For outstanding support and assistance in ensuring the future of biomedical research in Oklahoma; for significant participation in the philanthropic base for the OU Cancer Institute; for encouragement and support of quality medical education in Oklahoma; and for priceless contributions toward better health for our citizens through providing expanded opportunities for scientific inquiry. Signed by David L. Boren, M. Dewane Andrews, Joseph J. Ferretti, Robert J. Weedn. Includes copy of award program
University of the Pacific - William Knox Holt Memorial Library
Series I, containing 3 boxes, consists of U.S. Indian Agent inspection reports for selected locations in Arizona, California, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah and Washington (1915-1921). Series II, containing 5 boxes, consists of U.S. Indian Agent investigation reports for selected locations in Arizona, California, Idaho, New Mexico and Washington (1915-1921). Series III, containing 2 boxes, consists of personal and business correspondence of Indian Agent, Evander Sweet (1905-1926). Series IV, containing 1 box, consists of financial records and miscellaneous papers of Evander Sweet (1905-1926). Series V, containing 3 boxes, consists of photographs (with negatives) of Native Americans and their habitats by Evander Sweet (1905-1926)
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Copy photographs, originals made 1893, primarily by W.A. Flower of Guthrie, Oklahoma, of the opening of the Cherokee Strip in Oklahoma, and of the activity around the land offices at Orlando and Perry, Oklahoma Territory, between September 8 and November 16, 1893. Included are group portraits of settlers outside stores and camp views. The photographs were originally contained in an album labeled "Hon. S.W. Lamoureux”; a few individual photographs were marked "D.P. Lamoureux, Compliments of Globe Democrat." Silas Wright Lamoreux (Lamoureux) a former member of the Wisconsin Assembly, was appointed Land Commissioner by President Grover Cleveland. D.P. Lamoreux was Silas Lamoreux’ son. Copy negatives are filed as (X3) 6291-6300, 7466-7479, and (X31) 6215-6299. See inventory with case file
Columbia University - Avery Library
Scope and Content This collection primarily includes black and white and color photographic prints of approximately 100 buildings designed by the American architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in locations throughout the United States, circa 1945-1969. Buildings depicted include the American Republic Insurance Company, Des Moines, Iowa; Chase Manhattan Bank, New York City; Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, Bloomfield, Conn.; Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich.; H.J. Heinz Company, Ltd., Hayes Park, Middlesex, England; Istanbul Hilton Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey; Lever House, New York City; Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company, New York City; New York Hospital, New York City; Royall National Bank, Palestine, Tex.; Union Carbide Corporation, New York City; and Wausau Hospital, Wausau, Wis. A few projects from Belgium, China, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and Venezuela are also represented. View types include models, architectural drawings, buildings ... Read More
Museum of the Great Plains
Two booklets: Primary and General Election Laws of the State of Oklahoma; and Directory and Manual of the State of Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
Interviews (1980 Jan. 29, 1980 Feb. 07) with Chrisman -- Subjects include early schooling; marriage and start of professional rodeo riding (1916); one season with Ringling Brothers; bucking horse championships; work with Christy Brothers Circus, Sells-Floto, and Al G. Barnes circuses; training goat act in Ocean Park, Calif.; work with Tom Mix and his death in an auto accident in 1940
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Henderson offers her memories of the 1920s and 1930s during the Great Depression. Henderson grew up and lived in Oklahoma during these years and she talked about farm and ranch life as well as her memories of the Dust Bowl
Museum of the Great Plains
Views of Fort Sill and Camp Doniphan, Okla., Wichita Mountains, and Colorado -- Subjects include airplane wreck, other aviation subjects, and World War I era at Fort Sill; dam construction; Wichita Mountains Easter pageant (1936); animals at Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge; and Colorado national parks. Individuals in photos are not identified. Three photographers are listed: Harry French, former refuge superintendent; Mel Nordling, military photographer at Fort Sill during World War I, and H.H.T. Jackson
Museum of the Great Plains
Interview, with transcript, with Baker, in Hobart -- Includes brief family history and description of trip to Mountain View, Okla., ca. 1907 where they lived in a log house and father, Orville Every Bay, was farmer and their subsequent move to Cooperton where she attended the public schools and later was school cook. Subjects include Children's chores and games, the making of corncob dolls, Cooperton fairs, home remedies, holidays, birthdays, and relocation in Hobart in 1968 where she worked in a nursing home
Museum of the Great Plains
Six images relating to early Lawton, Okla., showing scenes of its family life, businesses, buildings, and railroads