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Erie Merchant

Description: Photograph of Erie Merchant, later Mrs. Will Tuttle, wearing an Indian war bonnet, which was sent to the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, IL. The bonnet was not returned from the Fair.
Date: 1893~
Creator: Scribner, C. L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Drury College

Description: Photograph of Indian boys and girl of Drury College, in Springfield, MO. Photo by Ferguson, Springfield, MO, Feb. 4, 1895.
Date: February 4, 1895
Creator: Ferguson
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Birthday Invitation

Description: Photograph of an invitation to a birthday for a 3 year old, on May 5, 1899, that reads, "Say! On the twenty fifth of May, I'm Three! Come over and play with me. Thursday 3 to 6 P.M."
Date: 1899-05-uu
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Kickapoo Indians

Description: Photograph of a Kickapoo boy and two Kickapoo girls having dinner with a Sac and Fox woman and a Ohio Tenderfoot man at Kickapoo Springs, Kickapoo Reservation, May 1893.
Date: May 1893
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sac and Fox Indians

Description: Photograph of a Sac and Fox gift dance. While Bucks beat the tom-tom each chief is separately led to his blanket and presents and seated…an occaision of a visit from Kansas Pottawatomies, May 1893.
Date: May 1893
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Land Openings

Description: Photograph of Boomers adrift on the Canadian River: 1. EMIL BRAUGHT, 2. E. COOK, FT. RENO SOLDIER, 3. BROTHER OF COL. BILL, 4. COL. BILL, 5. MRS. WOLF CAHAOL 2ND ("BOHEM, WOMAN"), 6. FRANK MELROSE, 7. THORNTON, 8. GERMAN (DEAD), 9. GUNSNALL HORSE (?) 6 MI EAST, 10. SOLDIER. VIEW ALSO INCLUDES, ADAMS, SUMMERS, DR. D.D. HALSTEAD (HAT OFF), E.C. HAMMIL (FRONT LEFT), HARRY STAFFORD (ON HORSE), BILLY, W.H. EBRY (HAT OFF), MRS. RADEBAUGH, MAGGIE RADEBAUGH, CORA RADEBAUGH, MARY, JOE BLACKBURN, ED FERRY (MRS. L'S BABY), "BOHEMIAN MAN", PHILIP MILLER (SHOOT GUN), BOHERN (WITH GUN), AND MRS. LINGENFELTER (WHITE HOOD), c. 1890-1930.
Date: 1890~/1930~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society