Museum of the Great Plains
Booklet of favorite religious quotations from women in the community dedicated to the founders and residents of Lawton, Okla -- Includes photograph of Hattie J. McKnight, first president of the chapter in Lawton and Comanche County
Museum of the Great Plains
Chiefly photographs relating to southwest Oklahoma, many of them used by the society for their journal "Prairie Lore.". -- Topics include Native Americans, historic sites, pioneer life, missions, genealogy, family life, schools and education, churches, and business in Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
Twenty photographs used in the book, "The History of Comanche County, Oklahoma," a project of the Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society -- Photographs include portraits and group views, and street and outdoor scenes showing businesses, commercial buildings and churches. Persons represented include William A. Mattley, Grant A. Neuteboom, Frank William McFarland, Roy S. Stafford, and Lela Stafford
Museum of the Great Plains
Yearbooks and membership records of women's clubs in Lawton, Okla
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs (416), negatives (3), and postcard (1), chiefly containing images of Oklahoma post offices, postmasters, and staff; together with images of the construction of the Lawton post office (1915-1916), and other historic photos of Lawton, Okla
Museum of the Great Plains
Three photographs matted on board and one postcard showing early Lawton businesses including Farmers Gin Building, Lawton Bus Carriage and Baggage Company, and Lawton Steam Laundry
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs and postcards, chiefly of Lawton, Cache, and Fort Sill, Okla -- Persons represented include Elma Magaha, Joseph F. O'Toole, Howard H. Willett, Frankie Walner, and Walter Crews
Museum of the Great Plains
Original family photographs, with little description, many images taken in Texas or Oklahoma -- Persons represented include Jennie Reynolds, Myrtle Davis, Agnes Ballard, and Ida Lane
Museum of the Great Plains
Sixty-seven photographs, sixteen negatives, and photo booklet of wild west entertainers -- Subjects include Lawton, Okla., street scenes, buildings and properties, parades, and railroad station; views (some aerial) of Fort Sill, including Oklahoma National Guard, Camp Doniphan, Medicine Bluff, base hospital, and parade grounds; Medicine Park; Mountain Park; and buffalo. Persons represented include Schuyler Houston, Lulu Weldon, Lee Campbell, and Geronimo. Photographers represented include Jack Kerans and Joe E. Baker & Bro
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the history of Lawton and Medicine Park, Oklahoma