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Baseball Game

Description: Photograph of an Oilton vs. Cleveland baseball game in Oilton, OK. Final: Oilton 1 Cleveland 0, 10 innings. Walter Johnson of Washington pitched for Oilton and Walter Kenney of the Boston Red Sox pitched for Cleveland, October 6, 1918.
Date: October 6, 1918
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Belle Isle Park

Description: Photograph of Belle Isle Park, Oklahoma City, OK. Printed by Curteich, Chicago, IL. Published by Parkhurst Book Co., Oklahoma City, OK, postmarked July 29, 1918.
Date: July 29, 1918
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ben Thorman

Description: Photograph of Ben Thorman with the caption, "Wolf trapping back in my boyhood days on the ranch in the Osage Hills of Oklahoma, 1921-1921." Photo taken on January 23, 1918.
Date: January 23, 1918
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bessie Herburg

Description: Photograph of Bessie Herburg (Mrs. Marshal Blackwell), "an Oklahoma Cowgirl", at a store in White Eagle, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill McKinley

Description: Photograph of Bill McKinley, third from the left, and other young Osage Indians at a recent rodeo at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill McKinley

Description: Photograph of Bill McKinley and the horse, which he refused $1,000 dollars for, at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Billy Wilmoth and Family

Description: Photograph of Billy Wilmoth and family, Kulli Tuklo, Oklahoma. L to R: UNIDENTIFIED; UNIDENTIFIED; Billy Wilmoth, intermarried white; UNIDENTIFIED; Lina L. Heflin, Choctaw; Lizzie Jones Wilmoth, Choctaw; UNIDENTIFIED.
Date: 1918~
Creator: Langley, J. L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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