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Harry O. Ammon

Description: Photograph of Harry O. Ammon standing by the horse with two unidentified boys. Two boys are holding cats and one is holding a dog. One boy is on the horse.
Date: December 25, 1915
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma City State Capitol

Description: Photograph of the construction of the Oklahoma City State Capitol, Nov. 16, 1915. Gov. Robert L. Williams watching A. E. Monroney, Grand Master of the Masonic Blue Lodges of Oklahoma, strike the cornerstone three times with a gavel during the consecration. Also looking on are Nathan (?), wearing overcoat & looking down on the scene; Dr. D. M. Bailey, Inspector General of Scottish Rite (?), A. J. Weir, W. J. Pettee, J. V. Morris, David D. Hoag, & S. W. Hogan.
Date: November 16, 1915
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Robert Williams

Description: Photograph of Governor Robert Williams laying the cornerstone for the State Capitol Building, Nov. 16, 1915. Photo by Mrs. LZ Wade.
Date: November 15, 1915
Creator: Wade, L. Z.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cotton

Description: Photograph of ten car loads of cotton, Oklahoma City, OK. Printed by Curteich, Chicago, IL, postmarked October 12, 1915.
Date: October 12, 1915
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of burring remains of the Bleeding District after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK. The cigar girls escaped unharmed, but twenty African-American bodies were found in the ruins.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of rescuers searching for bodies in the destruction on East Main Street, roughly 100 yards from the explosion, after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK. Seventeen African-American bodies were found in the ruins.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of South Caddo Street showing the east wall of the Whittington Hotel after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of Main Street and the burning remains of the Santa Fe Freight Depot and Pennington Building after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK. Seven unrecognizable bodies were found in the Depot and three in the Pennington Building.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of a Ford automobile, under debris, in front of the Waldo Hotel on South Caddo Street after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of South Caddo Street showing the east wall of the Whittington Hotel and the rear end of the demolished Pennington Building after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK. Several unrecognizable bodies were found in the area.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of smoke rising from the burning Santa Fe Freight Station and the sole remaining wall of the two-story Pennington Wholesale Grocery Co. Building after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Ardmore Disaster

Description: Photograph of destruction on Main Street, east of the Santa Fe tracks, after the Ardmore Disaster, where a tank car with 250 barrels of gasoline exploded, Ardmore, OK.
Date: September 27, 1915
Creator: Fonville
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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