Museum of the Great Plains
Six negative images chiefly relating to Comanche Indians including photographs of Quanah Parker, Fort Sill Indian School, Indians in the local police force, Comanche Reformed Church (formed 1907 in Lawton, Okla.; also known as the Yellow Mission), Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reservation, and Cache, Okla
Michigan Technological University - J.R. Van Pelt and Opie Library
Case records, 1913-1915, of the law firm Hanchette & Lawton of Houghton County, Michigan regarding several incidents surrounding the Copper Miners' Strike of 1913-1914. In the case People vs. Cooper, et al, the verdict in the case was manslaughter by Copper Range Company deputies of two striking miners, sometimes referred to as the Seeberville murders. Hanchette & Lawton were contacted to investigate the appeal, eventually motioning for a Governor's pardon. Striking miners were also being evicted from company housing and Hanchette & Lawton represented the Quincy Mining Company during the proceedings and trials. Several public investigations examined the causes and events of the strike. The most important of these was an investigation taken up by the U.S. House of Representatives sparked largely by the Italian Hall disaster, which examined working conditions in Michigan Copper Mines. Hanchette & Lawton corresponded with Quincy Mining Company president, W.R. Todd on this matter, ... Read More
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs of Apache Indians, at Fort Sill and Anadarko, Okla -- Persons represented include Blossom Haozous, Ethelyne Haozous, Ashley Haozous, and Allan Houser
Museum of the Great Plains
Images of the original members (1904) of the Lawton Shakespeare Club and their contemporary counterparts
University of Washington
Collection consists of photographs and negatives primarily of electric street railways in Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver B.C., Portland and elsewhere in the West and across the United States and Canada. Prints and negatives overlap, but some negatives are unprinted. Photographs are arranged by operating company; some steam railroads are also included. Railways in Washington and Oregon are listed in the online finding aid. For states other than Washington and Oregon and for a list of negatives, see the written inventory available in the repository
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains a document about the history and architecture of the Lawton National Guard Armory and other architecture in Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
Twenty-six images from various jobs worked on by the U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps in March and April of 1938 -- Includes photographs of the Wichita Mountains
Museum of the Great Plains
Booklets entitled Lawton, Oklahoma : the great industrial city
US Army Heritage and Education Center
The James Lawton Collins, Sr. and James Lawton Collins, Jr. collection contains materials relating to their service in the United States Army. The bulk of the collection documents James Lawton Collins, Sr.'s career, particularly his assignment as aide-de-camp to General John J. Pershing from 1913-1918 during the Philippine American War, the Mexican Punitive Expedition, and World War I. These materials include correspondence, official papers, diaries, notebooks, printed materials, and photographs. The materials from James Lawton Collins, Jr. are mostly documents from his work with noted historians and include correspondence, reports, photographs, and printed materials. The collection includes photographs of General John J. Pershing, President Woodrow Wilson, Secretary of War Newton D. Baker, Pancho Villa, Mexican President Álvaro Obregón, French Marshal Philippe Pétain, King Albert I and Queen Elisabeth of Belgium, French Marshal Ferdinand Foch, and British Field Marshal Sir ... Read More
Gardiner Public Library
Memory books of Laura Lawton and Leone Lawton; diplomas from Gardiner High School of Laura Lawton, Leone Lawton, and Sara Elizabeth Eldridge; diploma from Lesley Normal School, Cambridge, Mass., issued to Leone Lawton; certificates of W.D. Norton (1946, 1949) and H.M. Lawton (1916); family photograph collection; Maine Bankers Association letter; and other materials