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[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0096]

Description: Photograph used for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Max Stansbury, who wrote an essay about Mulhall which captured the attention of a company sponsoring a best small towns in America contest, visits with Dana Reece, the company representative who visited and judged the town Wednesday."
Date: June 17, 1962
Creator: Hellstern, Paul
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0099]

Description: Photograph used for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "First Basketball team in Mulhall fall of 1910. Stella Duhl Craven, Ida Jeffries Nittler, Ruby Heiman Smith, Delsce Meadows Kincaid, Dernett Yosum, Carrie Jackson Hastre. Helen Holmes collection."
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0100]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "These men called themselves when they pose for a group portrait during the April 22, 1911, anniversary celebration of the Land Run in Mulhall Reunions of people who had met on the borders began to be scheduled just a few years after 1889, and their descendants still gather at events of the 89ers Society."
Date: April 16, 1989
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0090]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "A shock absorber is . . . " explains John Mulhall to Tracy Morrow, left, and Phyllis Morrow, in the new Know Your class at the downtown YWCA"
Date: August 30, 1962
Creator: Cobb, Richard
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0091]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Oklahoma Times newspaper. Caption: "John Mullhall, left, and Melvin Arthur, new administrative assistants at (Del City) view an 18-foot-long chart detailing the procedure for applying for federal sewer grant."
Date: March 3, 1977
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B1064.0395]

Description: Photograph used for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "An unusual bit of legal paperwork takes place as Mrs. Stella Hill, Logan couty court clerk for the past eight years, fills out a Marriage license for herself and Seth Pritchett, Mulhall dairy farmer."
Date: March 24, 1954
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0092]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "He taught her-"its the most terrible thing that ever happened to me" chocked Lucile Mohall famed cowgirl, at the news of the tragic death of Will Rogers."
Date: August 17, 1935
Creator: Oklahoma Publshing Company
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0094]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "While women had been part of Wild West shows since their inception, most notably as sharpshooters, it was a slender sturdy Oklahoma lass who earned the little " The First Cowgirl." Lucillle Mulhall was about 75 years ahead of her time in that she competed against men - often winning - in the rough sports of ridding and roping."
Date: November 15, 1987
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B1064.0394]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Oklahoma Times newspaper. Caption: "It,s sort a family affair as Mrs. Stella Hill, seated, court clerk of Logan county for the past eight years, fills out a marriage license for herself and Seth Pritchett, left, Mulhall dairy farer."
Date: March 16, 1954
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0425B.0103]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "Col. Zach Mulhall in 1922. The first was Zach Mulhall's "Congress of Rough Riders," which mainly played fairs and expositions where he had a guarantee. Mulhall had big dreams but a small budget. When he tried to take the show on tour, despite the presence of his daughter, Lucille, "the First Cowgirl," he went broke. The 101 Ranch Real Wild West" was in a sense Pawnee Bill's successor. The 101 Ranch, started by Confederate Col. George Washington Miller, reached its greatest heights under his three sons, Joe, Zach, and George."
Date: July 5, 1922
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society