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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
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Daily Oklahoman, Appeal to reason, Oklahoma news, Weekly Kansas City Star, Lawton News-Review, and other newspapers; miscellaneous bulletins and pamphlets; articles by Col. Robert G. Ingersoll; items taken from scrapbooks including newspaper clippings, poems, and agricultural materials; and miscellany
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Certificate issued by Lawton, Okla., land district office certifying that Washington H. Carter was duly qualified as applicant to make homestead entry from the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache ceded lands within the Lawton land district. Carter's name was not drawn in the lottery
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An account of his (Heck Thomas) life, as written to his son Albert (4 p.); and "A quiet Christmas in Indian Territory Days in 1887", also written by Thomas (8 p.).
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Chiefly images from magazines relating to Oklahoma; together with eight negatives including four glass plate negatives relating to family life and business in Connecticut and Pennsylvania
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Special homeseekers excursion ticket, good for one first class passage from Woodward, O.T., and return on Missouri Pacific Railway Company
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Correspondence; newsclippings; materials (1949-1965) reflecting Harris's service in Oklahoma Senate (with minor materials on his activities as U.S. senator); as governor (1961-1962); political campaign materials (1950-1962); materials concerning University of Oklahoma, state turnpike system, and Ft. Sill military reservation; press releases; legal studies and cases; miscellaneous personal papers (1945-1961); literature and reports; posters, including 5 posters relating to the Kennedy/Johnson ticket in 1964; political banners; and other papers
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Newsclippings pertaining to Lawton history, Fort Sill, DAR, Native Americans, and other subjects; personal correspondence, including original artwork; genealogy; yearbooks of various clubs, both local and from other towns, including Sorosis Club, Anardarko, Okla., and Delphian Society; books; diplomas; yearbooks of Lawton High School; abstracts of Lawton, Okla., city lots; sheet music; vital statistics; business papers of Bixby's father, Thomas M. Bixby; postcards; and other papers -- Subjects of correspondence include family matters, travels, antiques, politics, and war. Correspondents include grandfather: Dr. John Bullock, mother: Margaret Bixby, grandmother: Lydia Bardwell Bixby; and Marvin Tong, of Museum of the Great Plains
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Photographs and negatives, received from the Oklahoma Historical Society, some images taken from the Chronicles of Oklahoma -- Subjects include Cherokee Strip land run (1893) and pioneers in Oklahoma wagon trains (1889)
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Photocopies of two reminiscences, "My Eighty Years" (1958) by Earnest E. Lacy, and "Lou's Story" (undated) concerning Earnest's wife, Lula Asa Murphy Armstrong Lacy, written by Ruth Lacy Moore and Robert R. Lacy. In Earnest's reminiscence he describes growing up in Missouri, pioneering in Oklahoma, moving to Montana, and settling near Polson in 1931. Lou's reminiscence describes her early years in Indiana, her marriage to Earnest, and life on the Lacy ranch in the Moiese Valley on the Flathead River in Montana