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Barber Shop

Description: Original black and white, photographic postcard (early 1900s) of two unknown barbers standing at their chairs and two unknown customers sitting in them, in front of the mirrored counter which displays the barbers' various products
Date: 1900~/1930~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Barber Shop, L.M. Lucas

Description: Original black and white, photograph of three barbers standing at their chairs in barbershop with mirrored background and bottles of products in view on counter. On back of postcard written in pencil is the name "L.W. Lucas," and under it is the name "L.M. Lucas, far right, 1907-1908." Also included as resource material is a newspaper photo of the postcard printed in The Enid Daily Eagle on September 11, 1968, and states L.M. Lucas is the barber pictured at far right, who is the father of L.W. Lucas of Enid. Caption also states the location of barbershop or identities of the other two barbers is not known.
Date: 1907/1908
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Enid Electric & Gas wagon

Description: Original photograph (early 1900s), black and white postcard of two unknown men in a one-horse drawn cart/service wagon which has "Enid Electric & Gas" printed on side. Handwriting in ink on back says "Dad (Geo. F. Southwick), Enid, Okla." Also pasted on back of post card is an address label which says "Ellen M. Spencer, 3907 W. South Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33614."
Date: 1900~/1930~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Enid Gas & Light office, Enid, Oklahoma

Description: Original photo (early 1900s), black and white, mounted on a construction type paper, handwriting on back says,"Enid Gas & Light office, Enid, OK." Photo shows interior office with twelve unknown men standing/sitting at desk, and handwritten in ink is the word "Dad" with an arrow pointing to one of the men. Also, an address label on back says, "Ellen M. Spencer, 3907 W. South Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33614."
Date: 1900~/1930~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Goltry Girls in Automobile, Enid, Oklahoma

Description: Original, black & white photo of small, 4-wheel open-air "car" with three girls seated in it, and other children and adults looking on from a house. The back of the photo states "First Automobile in the Strip, #45" and gives the address as the corner of Van Buren and Maple Streets. Also states the three girls in vehicle are Pearl Goltry, Grace Goltry (Hudson) and Fern Goltry (Price).
Date: 1907~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center