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[Photograph 2012.201.B0260B.0076]

Description: Photograph used for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Maj. Gen. & staff outside 93rd div. headquarters May 3rd, 1918. L to R ) Capt. Ross Lillard; Maj. Mark W. Tobin; Brig. Gen. Roy Hoffman.; Maj. Lee Tillotson; Lt. Col C. W. Thomas Jr."
Date: May 3, 1918
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.B0246.0460]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "Veteran state Sen. James E. Hamilton is being challenged for the District 4 state Senate seat by political newcomer Harry Scoufos, a 30-year-old Sallisaw attorney."
Date: 1914
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Spiro Mounds and Copple Mound

Description: Photograph of Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies."
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mounds at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds

Description: Photograph of Copple Mound at Spiro Mounds, eight miles north of Spiro in LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Related information indicates that the photograph was taken, "Northwest of Granny Brown's Place, Fort Coffee Prairies." The photograph was taken by Joseph B. Thoburn in December 1913.
Date: December 1913
Creator: Thoburn, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tom Mix

Description: Photograph of Tom Mix dressed as a cowboy and riding a Henderson motorcycle in the motion picture "Hell Roarin' Reform," directed by Edward J. Lesaint.
Date: 1919
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society