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[Photograph 2008.148.035.003]

Description: Original, black and white studio portrait with handwriting on back saying "Grant Harris, Wagoner, Oklahoma" and another notation in handwriting stating "The First Photographer in the Cherokee Strip."
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

[Photograph 2008.148.035.004]

Description: Original, black and white photograph mounted on a cardstock-type mat picturing the famous Rock Island train wreck/sabotage where the trestle had been sawed to force the Rock Island to stop in South Enid. Handwriting in ink on back of mat, "Rock Island train wrecked at South Enid on the night of July 12, 1894. All trains now stop at Enid.'"
Date: 1894
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

[Photograph 2008.148.035.007.002]

Description: Original black and white, photograph of three barbers standing at their chairs in barbershop with mirrored background and bottles of products in view on counter. On back of postcard written in pencil is the name "L.W. Lucas," and under it is the name "L.M. Lucas, far right, 1907-1908." Also included as resource material is a newspaper photo of the postcard printed in The Enid Daily Eagle on September 11, 1968, and states L.M. Lucas is the barber pictured at far right, who is the father of L.W. Lucas of Enid. Caption also states the location of barbershop or identities of the other two barbers is not known.
Date: 1907/1908
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

[Photograph 2008.148.035.008]

Description: Black and white original photo (mounted on thick cardstock) of the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R) encampment in Enid, OK. Back of photo is notated in ink, "Bird's Eye View from the corner of "E" and 2nd Street, Enid, O.T., looking southwest on the morning of May 14, 1896 during the G.A.R. emcampment." The photo features a large, informal group of military men posing for the camera and a view of the Hotel Rex and other Enid structures in the background. The front has notation in ink on right side of cardstock , "Truitt, 508 N. Independence, Enid."
Date: 1896
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center