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Military Hospital

Description: Photograph of the Military Hospital, built in 1873, where Amos Chapman lost his leg, Fort Supply, OK. It burned down in 1909.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Women

Description: Photograph of a group of Indian women, Fort Supply, Indian Territory.
Date: 1869~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Camp Supply

Description: Photograph of a drawing of Camp Supply, from Harper's Weekly c.1869, Fort Supply, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of soil conserving and soil building practices of winter cover crops [in the] increase [of] crop yields. Yields measured in pounds of seeds per acre and root rot as the percentage of plants dead by August 2. Year: 1943. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart measuring the soil building practice of rotations, including hubam sweet clover [for] increases [in] crop production. Yields measured in bushels per acre. Covers years 1941 - 1943 and their averaging. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart measuring the soil building practice of rotations, including hubam sweet clover [for] increases [in] crop production. Yields measured in bushels per acre. Covers years 1941 - 1943 and their averaging. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart measuring the soil conserving practice of terracing [as it] increases crop production. Cotton yields measured in pounds per acre and corn measured in bushels per acre for years 1936 to 1939 and with the four years of each crop averaged. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a line graph of undetermined production for an undetermined 12-month year.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a bar graph showing revenue from milk production related to cow feed costs, contrasting December 1949 with December 1950.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart measuring the increased severity of erosion [as it] reduces crop yields. Yields of corn and oats measured in pounds per acre, a 5 year average from 1939 to 1943. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart of the soil conserving practice of controlled grazing [as it] improves [the] quality of meadow hay. Hay yields measured in tons per acre and weeds as the total percent of the hay, for the years 1940 to 1943, including average. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of 1.) Fescue-White Clover; and, 2.) Sericea pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features Permanent pasture winter grazing; one acre per animal unit.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of 1.) Oats or Rye grass; 2.) Fescue-White Clover; and, 3.) Sericea pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features reserve hay of these types from surplus pasture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of Bermuda-Lespedeza pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features supplemental summer grazing; one half acre per animal unit. NOTE: Animal Unit (AU): typically, with some variance, a 1000-pound (454 kg) cow, with or without an unweaned calf, assumed to consume 26 pounds of forage dry matter per day. A month's worth of such forage defines an Animal Unit Month (AUM).
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of 1.) Oats or Rye grass; 2.) Fescue-White Clover; and, 3.) Sericea pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features supplementary winter grazing; one half acre per animal unit.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart measuring how saving the soil saves plant food which is essential to crop production. Chart shows the annual soil loss measured in surface inches and the cost of replacing plant food elements (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) measured in dollars per acre, both for the years 1933 to 1938. Blackland Experiment Station, Temple, Texas.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a bar graph showing the average daily production of pounds of milk from June to December (year undetermined) as based on a variety of grasses as pasture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of Bermuda-Lespedeza pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features permanent pasture summer grazing; one acre per animal unit.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a grazing chart: the percent of Bermuda-Lespedeza pasture needed that is available through the calendar year. Features permanent pasture summer grazing; one acre per animal unit.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.OVZ001.8561]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "A comprehensive look at unofficial preliminary tabulations of the 1960 census for Oklahoma is contained in the following charts, graphs and statiscal reviews. County populations are traced for the entire half-century just ended. Included are gain or loss percentages for each of the state's 77 counties, for both the past decade and the 1930-60 era. County populations are traced for the entire half-century just ended. Included are gain or loss percentages for each of the state's 77 counties, for both past decade and the 1930-60 era. One table lists all cities in Oklahoma currently credited with populations of 5,000 or more. beginning with Oklahoma City in No. 1 spot, these cities are ranked numerically according to size. Cities in the over-5,000 class for the first time are Del City, Warr Acres, Broken Arrow, Pyror, Tahlequah and Guymon. These Figures are expected to change when final results are tabulated. Muskogee, long one of Oklahoma's top cities in size, showed a slight gain for the 10-year period but dropped from third to sixth palce among the top 10, being edged out by Lawton, Norman and Enid. Midwest City is No. 7, followed by Bartlesville, Ponca City and Shawnee. At least one suburbam Oklahoma City of appreciable size was not even listed in the 1950 census. It is The Village, which grew from an open field to a city of 12,126 residents in 10 years."
Date: 1960
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of a chart monthly average milk production , based upon summer and winter pastures: bermuda, lespedeza, fescue, crimson and oats. R-4-2062.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of bar graph for a 12-month calendar year, year undetermined, for daily average production of pounds of milk as using Bermuda-Native-Lespedeza summer pasture only.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Graphs, Charts and Other Forms of Data

Description: Photograph of bar graph for a 12-month calendar year, year undetermined, for daily average production of pounds of milk as using Bermuda-Lespedeza-Fescue-Crimson-Oats summer and winter pasture.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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