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Addie Beavers' Retirement Party

Description: Photograph of Addie Beavers' Retirement Party. L to R: Standing: Ida Yandel, Lucille Green, Betty Johnson, Joe Green, Dorothy Hudson, Pearl Sharpless, Otherine Cobb, Theresa Lowley, Seated: Addie Beavers, Mabel Chance, Virgie Fly
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Addie Beavers' Retirement Party

Description: Photograph of Addie Beavers' Retirement Party. L to R: Standing: Theresa Lowley, Betty Johnson, Joe Green, Dorothy Hudson, Pearl Sharpless, Otherine Cobb. Seated: Ida Yandel, Addie Beavers, Mabel Chance (Partial), Virgie Fly.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

"All American Indian Days"

Description: Photograph of Native Americans in traditional clothing titled, "All American Indian Days."
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Amazia Greenwood

Description: Photograph of Amazia Greenwood, graduate of Harley Academy and later Postmaster at Healdton.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Amaziah Greenwood

Description: Photograph of Amaziah Greenwood.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

American State Bank

Description: Photograph of the American State Bank, Tishomingo, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Annie Evaline Ball

Description: Photograph of Annie Evaline Ball who died in infancy.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Annoatubby

Description: Photograph of Annoatubby, c.1915-1925.
Date: 1915~/1925~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Archie Willis and Effie Casady

Description: Photograph of Archie Willis and Effie Casady of Poker Grove, OK, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ataloa's Place

Description: Photograph of Ataloa's Place, February 1969. Dedicated to Mary Stone McClendon, where she gave so much of herself to students at the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts, in California. Dedicated in 1967-1968.
Date: 1969-02-uu
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ball Family

Description: Photograph of the Ball Family. L to R: Back Row: Emma Elizabeth Hearrell Ball, Edward J. Ball, born in 1859. Children L. To R.: 1. Cleo Albertha "Bertha" Ball, born in 1881. 2. Dora Rebecca Ball, born in 1890. 3. Robert Thetus Ball, born in 1883. Girl Standing In Middle - Lula Anna Ball, born in 1887, c. 1892
Date: 1892~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ben Cass and Darius or Overton

Description: Photograph of Ben Cass and Darius or Overton, of Connerville, in Pontotoc, OK, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ben Kemp and Wife

Description: Photograph of Ben Kemp and his wife, Tishomingo, Indian Territory.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Benson Reed and Mike Alexander

Description: Photograph of Benson Reed and Mike Alexander, Chickasaw Indians, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bloomfield Academy

Description: Photograph of Bloomfield Academy students and faculty.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bloomfield Indian School

Description: Photograph of Helen Harris, Debbie White, Nettie Burris, Lizzie Saffron, and Lula Burris at Bloomfield Indian School.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bloomfield Indian School

Description: Photograph of faculty and students at Bloomfield Indian School, c. 1904.
Date: 1904~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bob Harris Jr.

Description: Photograph of Bob Harris Jr., son of Robert Maxwell Harris.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bonnie May Bedwell

Description: Photograph of Bonnie May Bedwell, a Chickasaw, age 3 and 19 LBS., c. 1902-1907.
Date: 1902~/1907~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Brenda Smith and Darius Cravatt

Description: Photograph of Brenda Smith and Darius Cravatt at the Chickasaw Council House Museum, Tishomingo, OK, July 1972.
Date: 1972-07-uu
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bromide, Indian Territory

Description: Photograph of a bird's eye view looking north at Bromide, Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation, September 5, 1910.
Date: September 5, 1910
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society