Museum of the Great Plains
Photograph of Will Rogers standing near a plane; hunting camp scene near Chickasha, Okla.; and photograph (1893) of registration line for Cherokee Strip land run
Museum of the Great Plains
Post cards collected by Blankenship throughout the years; together with correspondence, booklets, pay record book, and other materials, relating to T.F. Blankenship's activities as a soldier during World War I, including passes to various bases where he was stationed, and booklets with victory songs
Museum of the Great Plains
Thirty copy negatives and contacts relating to family portraits and homes in Texas and Oklahoma; Fort Sill ca. World War I; and the Range, Delly, and Craft families
Museum of the Great Plains
2,185 photographs including family portraits, John H. Lattimore's military career, Edith Dickson Lattimore's school and married life, and scenes of Medicine Park, Fort Sill, and the Wichita Mountains
Pawnee Nation Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, inquiries, newsletters, agreements, bills, resolutions, conference materials, printed matter, and other materials, of/or relating to the council and organizations doing business with the council -- Subjects include U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, including trust fund reports, farm and pasture leases, and conference program materials of National Indian Housing Improvement Association; education, including materials on a conference at Haskell Indian Junior College (1988) relating to the eligibility of Indian students and blood requirements for education programs; law enforcement, including firearms training and detention facilities; Chilocco Development Authority, including reports of Chilocco Indian School; federal regulations, including a U.S. Supreme Court case on gambling laws violation; and Council of Energy Resources Tribes, including the appointment of Lucille Echohawk as Pawnee tribal representative
Museum of the Great Plains
Color slides from trips to Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Austin, Tex -- Slides are not identified. Placed in sleeves, in metal and wooden boxes
Museum of the Great Plains
Subjects of interview include: early life in Sentinel, school days in Sentinel and Billings, Okla., working on the railroad; village and school in Retrop, Okla., 1918 flu epidemic, home remedies, comparison of early work as projectionist at the Majestic Theater in Billings and later work for video theater chain, description of 1930s stores and businesses in Hobart, Okla., including freight companies, and philosophy of life -- Includes history of the Bailey family
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Interview with Ralph and Isabel Farrar, born in Roosevelt, Okla., and married in 1934 -- Subjects include brief family history, the farming of corn and cotton, sharecropping on farm of father Ralph Farrar, Sr., preserving and smoking of food, butchering, Withrow School District #58, Armistice Day parade in Lawton after World War I, and the Wildman, Okla., area. Also includes sections about their children with a story of their son's experiences in the Peace Corps and his death
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly financial and legal materials relating to Livermore Drilling and Exploration, Ltd., Livermore Drilling Company properties, and George P. Livermore, Inc., and its successor, Great Western Drilling Company; together with correspondence (1948-1961) concerning oil work in Canada, Colombia, Argentina, and the Middle East, and Livermore's involvement in such oil-related organizations as American Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, literary texts, financial files (1955-1956) pertaining to Lubbock Baseball Club, and biographical data. Persons and organizations represented include Warren Baker, Brad Mills, Joe Zeppa, and University of Oklahoma Research Institute
Museum of the Great Plains
Correspondence, maps, newspapers and clippings, books, Lawton telephone directory (1956), scrapbook (1956) with genealogical research, political campaign cards, genealogical materials, Lawton High School yearbook, historical and oil and gas maps, scrapbooks (2 v., 1948-1962) of Pioneer Women's Club, pamphlet of Kerr Foundation, and other papers reflecting Stafford's life