Photograph of Creek Indian women Miss Susanna Barnett and Miss Belle Meagher with their escort and three African American crewman on the Arkansas River between Muskogee and Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, c. 1900.
Photograph of L to R: seated: 1. John D. Benedict, 2. Secretary Of The Interior Garfield, 3. Gov. Frank Frantz, 4. Inspector George Wright. Standing: 1. Mayor Martin Of Muskogee, 2. Mr. Hegler, K.C. Journal Correspondent, 3. Capt. Ira L. Reeves of Muskogee, 4. Mr. Morrison, Census Taker, 5. Clarence Douglas, Editor Muskogee Phoenix, 6. P.B. Hopkins, member of Constitutional Convention, 7. Private secretary to Secretary Garfield, 8. Frank Hubbard, Candidate for Congress, he had charge of the Wor…
Photograph of 27 people outside a building, which later burned down in 1910, the Cherokee Male Seminary, Tahlequah, Indian Territory, c. 1900-1905. Photo by Robertson Studio, Muskogee, Indian Territory.