Museum of the Great Plains
Four copy negatives, including image of log cabin built at Manitou, Okla., in 1902, and three images of the Snyder tornado of 1905. Other persons represented include W.H. Kelly and Marion Kelly
Museum of the Great Plains
Two photographs donated by Cecilia Lutz showing a basketball team on floor of gym and a Lawton military drill team at Ponca City, Okla
Museum of the Great Plains
Photographs (used for a centennial book), of Lawton, Okla., from tent city to the 21st century -- Includes views of residents, businesses, schools, special events, African Americans and American Indians, Fort Sill, and the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Museum of the Great Plains
Correspondence (1974-1989), histories, legal documents, military records, articles, memorabilia, awards and certificates of appreciation, and other items relating chiefly to the "Old Plantation" steak house restaurant run by Ruby and Rex Leath; history of Medicine Park, Okla., and Oklahoma politics -- Other persons represented include Oklahoma governor George Nigh
Museum of the Great Plains
873 images chiefly consisting of photographs relating to Mignon Laird's life as a dancer and musician -- Collection also contains travel and photo postcards and (4) copy negatives
Museum of the Great Plains
Miscellaneous letters and papers; city related documents including letters by commanding officers at Field Artillery Center and School (Fort Sill, Okla.), letters about the "new" high school, and billings; papers by Ophelia Vestal, WPA fieldworker and research assistant at the museum, relating to American Indian themes; PTA certificates; materials about Lawton school bands; record book of Lincoln Elementary School; World War II posters and labels; register of students; teacher reports; newspapers; stamp collection of flags; map of Comanche County (1909); and other items
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Photograph of the statue of Will Rogers at Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore, Okla.; and one of Ned Christie, a Cherokee politician and blacksmith, carrying two guns
Museum of the Great Plains
Images depicting pioneer life in Oklahoma -- Subjects include two women seated in light carriage in Enid, Okla.; barn with people in buggy and child on horse in Covington, Okla., and carriage and auto in Enid. Persons represented include members of the Shearer family
Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies Library
Contains T̲h̲e̲ O̲k̲l̲a̲h̲o̲m̲a̲ I̲n̲d̲i̲a̲n̲ a̲n̲d̲ N̲a̲t̲u̲r̲e̲ G̲u̲i̲d̲e̲ a 72 page curriculum unit about five tribes of Oklahoma Indians; T̲e̲a̲c̲h̲ U̲s̲ W̲h̲a̲t̲ W̲e̲ W̲a̲n̲t̲ T̲o̲ K̲n̲o̲w̲ a group of 143 color 35 mm. slides of classroom activities associated with the project and the guide and a 15 minute audio cassette discussing ways of implementing the project in a classroom; and a four page final report
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Corrected carbon typescript, correspondence