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Mennonite Men's Chorus

Description: Photograph of the Geary, OK Mennonite Men's Chorus. L to R, front: 1. Frank Hempker, 2. Henry Ringelman, 3. Altus Loganbill, 4. Linnaeus Lehman, 5. Edgar J. Lehman, Back: 1. Fred Ringelman, 2. Ed Ruth, 3. Oscar Ruth, 4. Orlando Ringelman, 5. N. Fred Gardiner, 6. J.S. Krehbiel, 7. ? Mcgaffey, Geary, OK, c.1914.
Date: 1914~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bertha Ahrens

Description: Photograph of Miss Bertha Ahrens, a missionary in Indian Territory to the Freedmen beginning in 1887, located at Oak Hill & Lukfata. Photo by William W Crockett, Clarksville, TX, c. 1890.
Date: 1890~
Creator: Crockett, William W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Board of Trustees

Description: Photograph of the Board of Trustees, which built the First Presbyterian Church, at 9th Street and Robinson Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK. L to R: front: 1. A. Carroll, 2. Fred Gum, 3. J.E. Crawford, 4. James Chenoweth, 5. J.R. Harris; Back 1. Bunn Booth, 2. T.H. Rogers.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Watton, Harry
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Group

Description: Photograph of a group session of the First Presbyterian Church, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Territory. L to R: 1. Reverend William Graham (Pastor), 2. J.A. Ross, 3. T.H. McConnell, 4. D.I. Johnston, 5. W.A. Jennings, 6. A.H. Vance, 7. R.T. Jacob.
Date: 1900~/1907~
Creator: Watton, Harry
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Leaders and Medical Officials

Description: Photograph of Indian Leaders and White Medical Officials who met in Guthrie, OK, in January 1908, for hearing to prove the difference between Peyote and Mescal Beans. L to R: Front Row: Tennyson Berry (Apache), Koday (Kiowa), Koon-Ka-Zahche Aka "Apache John" (Apache), Ott Wells (Comanche), Quanah Parker (Comanche), Ahpeatone (Kiowa), Paul George (?) (Cheyenne), & Standing Bird (Cheyenne). 2nd Row: 1. Leonard Tyler (Cheyenne), 4. Christopher Columbus "Bud" Choate, 7. Joseph Blackbear (Cheyenne), 8. Ned Brace (Kiowa). 3rd Row: 5. Edwin Theodore Sorrells, 6. W.H. Edley. Back Row: 5. William Durant.
Date: January 21, 1908
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society