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101 Ranch

Description: Photograph of a post card of Chief Jerronomo leading the band at the 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK, printed c.1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Aaron Abbott

Description: Photograph of Aaron Abbott of Sulphur, OK, c. 1910-1918. He was a publisher and author of, "The Lure of the Indian Country" using the pseudonym Oleta Littleheart.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ada, OK

Description: Photograph of Cement Works in Ada, OK, c.1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Allen H. Saunders

Description: Photograph of Allen H. Saunders. Photo by Frank L. Saunders, Woodward, OK, c.1910.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Saunders, Frank L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Alva, OK

Description: Photograph of WJ Bryan at Alva, OK, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ana Mulhall

Description: Photograph of Ana Mulhall and a man, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Animal Drawn Buggy

Description: Photograph of horse drawn carts, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Annie Ream Addington

Description: Photograph of Annie Ream Addington, c. 1910, superintendent of the Bloomfield Seminary until 1914.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Anti-Drinking Demonstration

Description: Photograph of an Anti-Drinking Demonstration, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Arnold Flowers

Description: Photograph of Arnold Flowers, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Automobile Racing

Description: Photograph of Automobile Racing, c. 1910.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Barn Raising

Description: A photograph showing four men building a barn in a vegetation covered field. The workers framed the structure with small logs, and designed a roof of boards covered by corrugated tin
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Barnyard Cats

Description: A photograph of a man milking a cow beside a farm building and squirting milk in the direction of a kitten. Four other cats wait their turns
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Barnyard Scene

Description: A photograph of a man milking a cow in a barnyard and squirting milk at three hungry cats
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Baseball Team

Description: Photograph of a baseball team, Fort Reno, OK.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Belle Starr's Homestead

Description: Photograph of Belle Starr's homestead and the maple tree she planted at Younger's Bend, Stigler, Indian Territory.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Barde, Fred S.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Beth Brewer

Description: Photograph of Miss Beth Brewer, daughter of Reverend Brewer, pre- February 9, 1910.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Big Goose and Little Soldier

Description: Photograph of L to R: Big Goose and Little Soldier, Ponca Indians, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill Baker

Description: Photograph of Bill Baker, c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill Pickett

Description: Photograph of Bill Pickett on a horse.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Barde, Fred S.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Binger, OK

Description: Photograph of a street in Binger, OK, c. 1910.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Blacksmith Shop

Description: Photograph of two UNIDENTIFIED men working in the Blacksmith Shop, Fort Reno, OK.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Board of Trustees

Description: Photograph of the Board of Trustees, which built the First Presbyterian Church, at 9th Street and Robinson Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK. L to R: front: 1. A. Carroll, 2. Fred Gum, 3. J.E. Crawford, 4. James Chenoweth, 5. J.R. Harris; Back 1. Bunn Booth, 2. T.H. Rogers.
Date: 1910~
Creator: Watton, Harry
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Boarding House

Description: Photograph of the Boarding House for civilian employees, which was originally built as a hospital, Fort Reno, OK.
Date: 1910~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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