Museum of the Great Plains
Fifty-three original black and white and color prints and 5 copy negatives, chiefly of Lawton, Okla., before urban renewal, used for the Community Achievement Contest -- Subjects include Lawton High School and views of downtown Lawton public and church buildings, Cache Road, Elmer Thomas Park, aerial views of Lawton suburbs, Lake Lawtonka, Fort Sill, and Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Artist statements, artwork information, photographs of artist, press releases, resumes. Date of primary source material ranges from xx to xx. Date of photocopied (secondary) material range from 1998 to 2015
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs, chiefly postcard prints, and copy negatives depicting the 1913 Lawton anniversary parade, Keegan Hotel, Fort Sill and Camp Doniphan, businesses and homes in Lawton, aviation photos, and views of various towns in Oklahoma
Museum of the Great Plains
Seven originals (mounted on board) and negatives showing scenes of Lawton's tent city and the first train stop in Lawton. Taken out of a photo album
Museum of the Great Plains
560 images and a photo album relating to early Lawton, Fort Sill, Medicine Park, and the Wichita Mountains, Okla., including portraits and scenes relating to family life and Oklahoma Indians
Museum of the Great Plains
Two oversize original photographs -- Photograph of Lawton High School band, 1938, Call's Studio; and photograph of 25th Artillery, C battery, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1959
Museum of the Great Plains
Newsclippings from Comanche County and Oklahoma City, Okla., and St. Louis, Ark.; political ads concerning the Republican Party; political pamphlet including address by Joseph W. McNeal, Republican candidate for governor; advertisements against Lee Cruce, Democratic candidate for governor who won; and other newsclippings and materials regarding the Republican Party
Museum of the Great Plains
Minutes and correspondence to and from Mayor's Community Relations Commission, Northside Chamber of Commerce, NAACP Lawton Chapter, and U.S. Civil Rights Commission chiefly relating to school desegregation and urban renewal -- Includes history of the organization, minutes (1965-1966), minutes (1965) from Oklahoma Advisory Committee of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, survey or trailer park owners, newsclippings, and other materials. Persons represented are Sarah "Betty" Owens, donor of the collection and member of the group and her husband Eugene A. Owens, group members and strong supporters of desegregation and civil rights
Oklahoma Historical Society - Research Center
This series contain naturalization records filed at the District Court in Lawton (Comanche County); births, old age pensions, guardianship and criminal case files (1943-1960); civil case files (1902-1909); Treasurer's ledger book (1913-1917); delinquent tax sale records (1925-1926); and heirship records (1870-1967)
University of California, Berkeley
Views of the following locations in the Sierra Nevadas are included: Mather Pass, Muir Pass, Sixty Lake Basin, Dragon Peak, Granite Basin, Black Mountain, Le Conte Canyon, and others