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US 66

Description: Photograph of the Yukon Highschool marching band during the opening celebration of US 66 in Yukon, OK, Nov. 15, 1961.
Date: November 15, 1961
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Harley Academy

Description: Handwritten title, "Harley Academy, Chickasaw Pupils 1891". Written in the margin, "Mrs. J.M. Harley". J.M. Harley is probably Joshua M. Harley. He was head of the Chickasaw Nation school which later became known as the Harley Institute. Lucretia was his wife.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma Military Academy Football Team

Description: The photograph is entitled, "O.M.A. 1920". O.M.A. is assumed to be the Oklahoma Military Academy. The Academy opened in the fall of 1919 in Claremore, Oklahoma. The O.M.A. closed in July of 1971. The Rogers State College (now University) occupied the O.M.A. campus in 1971.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Augusta, Oklahoma Pioneers

Description: Hand written title, "Augusta Okla. Pioneers". This cabinet card has Cyphers & Nelson, Traveling Photographers, Augusta, O.T. printed on the card.Augusta, Oklahoma was a town located in Woods County when the Cherokee Strip was opened to settlement. In 1907, Alfalfa County was created and included the town of Augusta.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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