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[Postcard 1975.178.1398]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade Float - Prize winner. Post card 8.5 x 14cm. " Condition : fair - " worn on edges - two cracks across photo. Postmarked 1914. Four young ladies with umbrellas in decorated buggy pulled by a dark horse decorated with flowers. Two young ladies on flower decorated horses. "
Date: 1914
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1393]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade Float 1914, post card 8.5 x 14cm. " Condition : good. " Decorated buggy pulled by a dark horse - in buggy : Margaret McCormick Croake and Goldie Rueb McCormick.
Date: 1914
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1394]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade Float, 1914, post card 8.5 x 13.5cm . " Condition : fair - " one corner torn. Decorated carriage pulled by two light-colored horses. Six ladies with parasols. Two men.
Date: 1914
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1397]

Description: Photograph Postcard: " Parade, street scene, post card, 8.5 x 13cm , " Condition : fair - " little faded and scratched. North west corner of square looking southeast, old courthouse and opera house in background. " History :
Date: 1914
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

Taft, OK

Description: Photograph of men working cattle for the Business League, Taft, OK, May 1914. The brick building is believed to be the present day Taft City Hall. The town was formerly known as Twine, Indian Territory. Photo by William Prentiss Greene, Muskogee, OK.
Date: May 1914
Creator: Greene, William Prentiss
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Torpedo Company

Description: Photograph of Eastern Nitro-Glycerine Torpedo Company, Bartlesville, OK. Truck 1-4: Pat Malone, E. L. Connelly, John Young, and Gary Young - On horseback: Jim Davis - Shooting wagons: Clarence Bicknell, W. K. (Chick) Snider, Chas. Thicet, Roy Richardson and Grant Mears. Photo by Oscar Drum, Bartlesville, OK, c. 1914.
Date: 1914~
Creator: Drum, Oscar
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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