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[Photograph: OHPG0649]

Description: Harry Ulysses Bartlet and family of the homestead property north of Mannford where he settled in 1903
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0606]

Description: Quilting Bea of local ladies named as Dunegan, Enslo, Kutz, Pence, Zickefoose, Johnson, Stoneman, Cole, Biggs, Edward, Clegg, Wyman, Mary Johnson, Nolia Smelser
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0570]

Description: Early photo of the Harbour & Payne blacksmith shop in Keystone
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0340]

Description: Picture of the Green Family names L-R Harvey Ernest, Clarence, Caroline Addie, Clarence, Ernestine
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0301]

Description: Picture of the Williams family named as (Bach Row L-R) John W Williams, Ella M Williams, Laura Williams, Mary Williams, Unknown, Daniel Huffman Williams, Daniel Monroe Williams, Amanda Christian Maxwell Williams, Lena Bell Williams
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0293]

Description: Picture of Josephius Mitchell. He was the former Post Office and Basin Store owner in the late 1890s
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0280]

Description: Picture of Solomon and Eliza Smelser seated in the family home
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0277]

Description: Picture of John Wesley Williams seated upon his horse.
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0263]

Description: Picture of members of the Sullens family, early residents of Mannford, Creek County, Oklahoma
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0162]

Description: Picture of (L-R Back Row) Bea Klintworth, George Klintworth, Fred Klintworth, (L-R Front Row) Fred's father William Klintworth and Fred's wife Angeline Klintworth whe were early settlers in the Jordan Valley/House Creek area of Pawnee County, Oklahoma
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0129]

Description: Picture of Daniel Huffman Williams and his wife Amanda Christian Maxwell Williams who homesteaded land in west Basin, Pawnee County
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0118]

Description: Picture of members of the Tilley family who took up residence in the area that was to become the town of Mannford when the railroad was being built between Tulsa and Enid. The male members of the family worked on the railroad
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0104]

Description: Traveling salesmen from Watkins Medical Company sell their wares
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0069]

Description: Early ferry crossing the Arkansas River south of its junction with the Cimarron
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0041]

Description: Picture of East End School, Basin, Indian Territory
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0012]

Description: Cotton Gin and Saw Mill located at Basin, Pawnee County, Oklahoma. Basin was located about 4 miles northeast of Mannford
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0008]

Description: The home of David G Greenwood. Born in Arkansas his family moved to Mannford at the turn of the century
Date: 1900~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

Hose Co. (Ca. 1900)

Description: Photograph of Tulsa FD members with team and wagon on the street. Three members are standing and there is one driver.
Date: 1900~
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum
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